A Message from the Ministry of Truth

Friday, September 29th, 2006 · 7 Comments »

We apologize for any difficulties you may have experienced in accessing this website today. Due to the overwhelming number of bloggers praising the passage of the President’s bold new Anti-Terror Act, our servers were temporarily unable to handle the increased load. All servers are now back online and functioning perfectly.

Dr. Socks is currently meeting with the Ministry of Love to learn more about the terror-fighting provisions included in the new bill.

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7 Responses to “A Message from the Ministry of Truth”

  1. Paul Tergeist says:

    I am not sure we can wait until 2008. I think it’s WAY past time to start impeachment proceedings against the President and all the Congressional leaders who are backing him. I never had any faith in the Great Decider anyway, but now I am plain scared for the country.

  2. richard cherry says:

    and dr socks loved big shrub
    ‘what times are these when a poem about ballet is a crime because it implies silence about so many crimes?’ almost Brecht (sorry, Bertolt)

  3. Infidel says:

    “…Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a Design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”
    Fucking King George, mother fucker!

  4. richard cherry says:

    is it too late to arrest him for something?

  5. richard cherry says:

    mother fucking may or may not be legal but it definitely ain’t nice

  6. O'Brien says:

    Attention Comrades,
    Please visit http://ministryoflove.wordpress.com to learn about our creative protest of the Military Commissions Act.
    We are sending a copy of 1984 to each congressperson who voted for it.

  7. DaveK says:

    A quote from ‘The English Revolution’ – part 3 of ‘Socialism and The English Genius’:

    And from that they will proceed to argue that, after all, democracy is ‘just the same as’ or ‘just as bad as’ totalitarianism. There is NOT MUCH freedom of speech in England; therefore there is NO MORE than exists in [Nazi] Germany. To be on the dole is a horrible experience; therefore it is NO WORSE to be in the torture chambers of the Gestapo. In general, two blacks make a white and half a loaf is the same as no bread.