Censorship

ozatheist on November 27th, 2008

A couple of days ago it came to my attention that the AFA’s Atheist Bus Campaign has hit another snag. From the transcript of the Religion Report radio broadcast the other day: … the Atheist Foundation of Australia, who have been refused permission to buy advertising space on public transport. You might have read in [...]

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ozatheist on October 4th, 2008

Pat Condell’s recent video was banned from YouTube because some Muslim didn’t like what he said. Watch the video for yourself and see if you think there’s anything wrong with it. Knowing wordpress’ problem with embed the video link above might not work. In that case go to Pat’s website or Sean’s, where I first [...]

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ozatheist on March 21st, 2008

Two authors have accused the Vatican of having their novel blacklisted in Italy. The historical novel Imprimatur, which will be published in Australia in May, suggests a 17th century Pope had funded the Protestant hero William III. The authors claim that documents found in the Vatican secret archive and the Italian state archives suggest William [...]

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ozatheist on October 15th, 2007

TV show Californication is to be investigated following pressure from Christian groups. “We don’t like the way the Catholic Church is treated, it’s beyond the pale,” a spokeswoman from Christian community group Festival of Light said. I’ve never watched this show, but it appears that you can have a bit of sex and  nudity on the [...]

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