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Italian Blogger Fined for Bad Language (Men’s Rights Next?)

Filed under: General — Intrepid @ 2:41 pm Tue 27th June 2006

(PC Fines for Men’s Rights Site in Cards Next?)
From: Wired News, via the Honor Network

In Italy an sanctioned action taken by the only newly & slightly voted in Italian government (with close ties to the EU and UN leadership), that could have strong repercussion to the Men’s Rights Movement and their forums, has occurred.

Blogger Roberto Mancini was fined $16,000 for defamation. The action taken by at least two mainstream journalists against Mr. Mancini was over mere sarcastic and crude comments made by him, or those visiting and commenting in his forum, and not for the more traditional forums of defamation.

This is the type of issue which should bring anti-PC organizations and the men’s movement closer together to stave off the establishment’s desire to silence forms and forums of decent ( that are much less under their control in the larger branches of the media). Send that anti-PC bloke you might know an email and offer some cooperation sooner, rather than later!

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