Progressives and their ideas make Orwell's 1984 a reality.

Internet offense

Over 355 people have been charged or cautioned in the UK for messages on social media, many of them for causing ‘offence’, new research has revealed.

A report by Big Brother Watch found 6,329 people had been charged or cautioned under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 and the Malicious Communications Act 1988, both pieces of legislation which precede the emergence of Facebook or Twitter.

The baby boomer’s and their millenial children march on, deeply and unknowingly infected with cultural Marxism, and seemingly intent on destroying everything their forbears built that made their culture so successful.

Categories: Culture, UK Politics


2 replies

  1. Well I’m offended that you are offended.

    Whats the penalty will I break out in warts tomorrow or something.



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