Sunday, 2 May 2010

Love music, hate censorship



Nick Griffin can spout hate on Question Time but young Asian rappers like Sabotage have their anti-facist music banned from commercial radio stations. This is censorship by an establishment that tolerates fascism and hate groups.

1 comment:

Dave said...

This analogy is flawed in many ways.

1. Question Time is a political show that because of the BBC's impartiality gave a platform to a politician who's party stands at elections.

2. Commercial radio stations as private enterprises can pick and chose what they play.

The only way you'd have a point is if these rappers were banned from say Radio One whilst the station gave airtime to White Power rock music.