Geeklawyer wrote a post about Tony Blair. I think it was a little overstated and I don’t agree with it, but that’s the house style and it’s a free country.
Unfortunately, some moronic Blair supporters disagree with that last proposition and have organised a denial of access to his site.
Vigilantism always makes me nauseous, largely because in my experience the self-righteousness that prompts it is about 1/2 micron thick. There are few things more unpleasant than a house burglar feeling all good about pouring his chamber pot over the head of a sex offender on the basis that ‘he deserves it’. The burglar will, of course, be full of remorse for the distress that his actions have caused his victims. Or not.
Anyway can I urge you all to pay Geeklawyer a visit in his squat? Even those of you who don’t read him. That way, it should be possible to convey to those who purport to promote free speech by denying it that hypocrisy doesn’t work. They won’t feel ashamed of themselves because self-righteousness inhibits that as well. But they will be angry which is lots of fun.