A party for Massah John
John Beyer’s disappointment at the three main parties’ lack of interest in violence and porn (see below) led Mediawatchwatch to wonder where the poor chap might be best advised to lay down his cross (so to speak) come election day. Thanks to the Melon Farmers, we think we might have found just the ticket.
Look at this:
In particular, we need to take notice of the close correlation between the promotion of pornography and the prevalence of sexual violence and predation, which has been clearly established by researchers and police forces over the last few decades, as we shall see. Pornography has been normalised in Britain mainly by the mass media, and in particular by the newspapers corporations, through the casual use of pornographic photographs in newspapers. At the same time newspaper shops have stocked rows of clearly pornographic magazines in clear view of women and children. Moral standards have gradually but consistently been eroded and television companies now broadcast channels wholly devoted to pornography into British homes. If governments allow media tycoons to morally corrupt the population, then we cannot be surprised if our women and children are not safe.
I think you’ll agree, it could have been written by the man himself. You can read the rest of it at the party’s website. For those without the time or the stomach, here is the final paragraph:
We in the British National Party can assure the British people that when we have taken our country back for them, we will take a much dimmer view of pornographers and their destructive trade. Holly and Jessica, we will do it for you.
There you go, John. They might even bring back The Black and White Minstrel Show if you ask them nicely.
(Thanks to Dan Factor)