Leveson AGM, Logan Hall UCL

By franwords

December 2, 2015

Category: writing


Stoppard writes that there are two types of journalism; Jackal and St. George.

Hugh Grant arrives at the lecture as an unexpected love bomb. He disperses hot flushes from peppery sleeplessness before Brand takes to the podium. She has a lovely hairband, good as the nurse.

Leveson only says the press should embrace freedom by reporting fairly. We are handed a graphic brochure with party headlines about Robbie Williams and Robin Williams both being maniacs. Simply styled, they’re bold and rioty.   A woman hasn’t washed for twenty years. Its pleasing to read ridiculous news because fear is rocked on residues.

Thankfully Saville, isn’t here any more. Satanists hold live discussions with the devil who is covered in blood and rubbery which is why he is red.  Now that Saville isn’t all high in private public office, there is no need to keep the flame of taboo.

IPSO is the same as the PCC, it’s the new press complaints commission.   St. George should be nurtured and led on trust. Why read about a Malaysian murderer who hadn’t done any murdering? In Saville’s day that story would have been justified because Saville might have done it in a pact and it would have conferred as an awful unreportable lead. Private investigators can carry on hacking because they’re qualified. If someone is guilty, they very well might be paranoid.  Lots of people at Hacked Off don’t think that IPSO is doing its job, because the press keeps on hurtling.  Jo Brand still thinks Rebekah Brooks should go.

Stories should be told at specific times, not flung to pervert the course of justice. We should hear the full blurb afterwards and protect our noses out of the live satanic feeds. It’s only a sad fact that people die every day.  Stack up the stately news.

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