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Feedback: Lindsay “Free Speech” Perigo

Hi Ed,

Lindsay Perigo does not NOT allow free speech.

His "liberty" is nothing of the sort.

His radio station was a tirade of far right tirade against normality. He banned any dissent. His sidekick Deb Coddingban proclaimed that I should never never speak against Mcdonalds fast freak frankenstein foods or other American lunacy. Quote: " the M word is banned" said our Deb.

I suggest you look up "The Pink Swastika" on the google.com search engine to understand the forces that drive Lindsay. Also ask him what happened to his free speech forum on his web site last week, when a woman suggested a link between more freedom on television for homosexuals and a sad drop in overall television standards. ie more violence, more sadistic violence, more porn. more bad everything. The forum simply went! Gone, Finito.

Typical Perigo. You want to be lead by Lindsay then fine. But I suggest the other nine tenths of the population of New Zealand want straights as well.

To that end why not allow some dissent from me, a straight family man, who can easily eat the Perigos of this increasingly toxic world. I am Brian Evans My creative page is at http://www.apoem.com My real true free speech is at http://fixtv.org

I am totally hacked off with gay traitor quisling input that never gets its straight come uppance.

Kindest Regards,
Brian Evans.
ps. and my brother Malcolm gives good cartoon!


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