"ALBUQUERQUE, NM (Talon News) -- A Yahoo-hosted Internet group is openly advocating the killing of President George W. Bush and American soldiers serving in Iraq.
The group's introductory page (web site) reads, "Kill every Gi [sic] in Iraq, stick every American pig in this country! Every time an american [sic] soldier dies, I applaud. In this group: Iraqi Resistance Report, news about the deadliest strikes against U.S. forces and... some pictures of dead Gi's. [sic]"
The same page also has a picture of four soldiers carrying a coffin.
Expanding on the apparent intent of the group, one of the archived messages reads, "Let's see some American boys get castrated... the more savage the butchery, the faster the troops will be leaving Iraq."
Maybe there really needs to be some kind of Internet censorship:
Where are the search engine target market?
Is this unbiased reporting?
Does everyone that speaks up really need an international voice?
What operating parameters should American based search engines abide by?
Should they be left to govern themselves in a heating up $5 billion ad revenue market?
It's not even legal for anyone in the USA to express these views....... Where are the limits???
Is it just the fortune of a free society to have to listen to depricated views, enabling the advancement of humnanity?
Where, how far, and are there any limits? Who should be in charge? Is "ANYONE", or IS "EVERYONE" IN CHARGE???
"GLOBAL REPRESENTATION" - techniques, methods, laws and madness. ---- And then after that ----- There they are again; THE SEARCH ENGINES!
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