(04-10-2013 02:16 PM)frankksj Wrote:
(04-10-2013 12:56 PM)grizzlysnake Wrote: Well..this reporter forgot to mention that public libraries in the US have all these books on display and are encouraged to be read on National Ban books week. Usually with a little story of why it was banned. Often the case it was because of concerned parents or religious groups. Go figure
I agree this RT piece is unreasonable. But, what about the ban on the book that the owners of Lavabit want to write (or maybe have written) about the crimes the government ordered them to commit? Is this book on display in the public library? Is it banned because of concerned parents or religious groups? Or is it simply good old-fashioned censorship?
My friend, I don't think we're on the same page. I am talking about literature, and yes we also have plenty of anti-government books and also books about ex-cia and spies, secret service whatever. If they find a publisher sure why the hell not? Ever hear of agent orange? Much worse than lavabit. Just say it bro, you hate the government. Feels great right? We can do that here.