posted on Apr, 25 2011 @ 03:35 PM
I have just coined this expression from a BBC news article, entitled "Is the web waging war on super-injunctions?" by BBC Reporter Alex Hudson.
The article can be found here in full Is the web waging war on super-injunctions?
"Two sides are battling to determine the world's future. On one side, the freedom fundamentalists and democracy campaigners; on the other
governments, authoritarians and the military."
Wow! Reading between the lines here, if we are to agree with the reporter's view, we have a clash between "freedom fundamentalists" who are
"democracy campaigners" and "governments" that are "authoritarians" and "millitary". Also, notice the "fundamentalist" word, which we have
seen the presumed negative conotations applied before to Islamic "fundamentalists". Since when has the notion of freedom been so described?
A polarising of people yet again. Next we will be labelled as terrorists, those who believe in freedom will be counted as subversives, who oppose the
"authoritarians" and "governments".
Man, how those word of Mr G W Bush still haunt me;
"You are either with us or against us".