Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Great Fire Wall of China: Clamps Down on Tory Tosh



Even though a young Mao looks down from the mountain top onto my bathroom, causing one neighbour in holy orders to flee declaring us communists, Labour of Love was outlawed in China around four months ago.

The thought police seem to have caught up with Iain Dale though they could leave him online if you ask me. As an example of the decadence and woolly thinking of the Western bourgeoisie.

The Great Fire Wall of China have sadly discontinued their real time test service. But the FAQs are still there.

4 comments:

Left Field said...

The thought police seem to have caught up with Iain Dale though they could leave him online if you ask me.

Definately. If I were in charge in China, I would make it compulsary reading.

aneverwassatsmarker said...

"Definately. If I were in charge in China, I would make it compulsary reading"

Another example of the illiteracy and incompetence of your commenters, Chris?

Merseymike said...

It may put then off democratic reform...

being serious, China is now going to get a shed load of free publicity in the Olympics. I won't be watching it

Left Field said...

Another example of the illiteracy and incompetence of your commenters, Chris?

Sorry, I didn't realise the spelling police were patrolling in this area.