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It’s OK To ‘Murder’ Gary Glitter And Watch Legalised Rape And Paedophilia

by | 20th, July 2011

GARY Glitter is not dead. As you were mum and dads. The singer / convicted paedophile complained to Ofcom, the media watchdog, about his mock execution on the 2009 Channel 4 TV drama The Execution of Gary Glitter.

Glitter, real name Paul Gadd, lamented that anyone watching the show might conclude that he had committed “terrible” crimes that had gone unpunished. People can so soooo judgemental, readers. For shame.

Ofcom listened. It ruled that Glitter’s crimes were well known and the drama was fictional. There was “little scope for additional damage to his reputation“.

Anorak sees a big future in controversial telly for Channel 4. Having imagined a country where a paedophile can be legally executed, it can now imagine a land where paedophilia is both legal and compulsory, militant Islam rules, eveyone is murdered at 60 or the news is unbiased.

Go on, Channel 4 – having killed Glitter and George Bush, and tortured Prince Harry, for our entertainment, do something really edgy.

O wonder!

How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world! That has such people in it!



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