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Anonymous censor attacks Tony Baldry MP’s wikipedia entry…

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Unnecessary censorship…

This amused me…

Now why would someone want to go and repeatedly remove well-sourced, yet embarrassing, pieces of information from an elected MP’s wikipedia entry, claiming, falsely, that they were “inaccuracies”?

And why would someone create a wikipedia account which they then use solely for that purpose, and none other?

It’s almost as if whoever’s behind this doesn’t want the voters of Banbury to be properly informed about the more “controversial” activities of their democratic representative…

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Written by Richard Wilson

March 19, 2010 at 9:54 pm

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  1. It is probably Tony Baldry or his secretary on his orders as he thinks that free flow of accurate information is suitable for a democracy. It’s amazing how he manages to confirm that he is a corrupt. Instead of apologising once and mumbling something about ‘… error of judgment …’ and making everyone forget about it, he fights himself deeper into the shit. As he will no doubt read this (or have it read on his behalf): Tony, here’s a suggestion: you were elected to serve the people. Don’t you see how British politics turning into a complete farce? You are as good as any other PM in starting an honesty trend. Concentrate on your job as PM and let your other businesses rest while you’re in Parliament. You could be the shining example for others. Or leave Parliament and do you dodgy dealings, but then stop pretending you’re looking after this country’s people!

    Wolfmeister

    March 20, 2010 at 9:31 am

  2. [...] for Standards and Priviledges and ordered to apologize to the House of Commons.  As Richard Wilson observed, there was an attempt to excise reference to this from Baldry’s Wiki entry. Possibly related [...]

  3. [...] have permitted Baldry to use.  This would not be the first time there has been an attempt to erase critical web-prints relating to Baldry. [...]

  4. There are several of these Unnecessary Censorship videos on Youtube and they are all hilarious. Though they are painful to watch, knowing how much of this oppression is still happening in this modern age of enlightenment, we must not let ourselves get discouraged and demoralized. Every anti-censorship activist is needed. Undamaged.

    Thomas Arthur Retterbush

    January 13, 2011 at 10:32 am


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