On Censorship

On Censorship

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‘…if people say “I don’t like this piece of art, I don’t want to see it again !” than there is nothing wrong with that, people have different values, morals and tastes – which is a good thing of course. What is wrong however is when people start saying “I don’t like this piece of art, I don’t want to see it again AND I also don’t want other people to see it !” …at that point they are trying to force their own values onto other people who maybe don’t give a damn about it. Let me be perfectly clear about this; you don’t get to decide what should or shouldn’t be censored based upon your own morals and believes. It is a very dangerous delevopment, aspecially in the age of social medias – those wretched corpses of social decay  masquerading as moral guardians. This is totally unacceptable. …there is no such thing as “objectively tasteless” when it comes to art, end of discussion.’

Fambri to L.K –2018

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