You mention censorship to most of us and its not a pleasant response. We don't like censorship,but we do it to ourselves. Why?.....
Now I'm staying in west palm beach,Florida. so my only source of whats going on in portland is the ptown indymedia but I keep seeing the c-word everywhere. The news media censors us enough, why do we want to do it to ourselves? Is your opinion more valid than mine? If it is who decides?
On s26 I was part of a solidarity march in west palm. during the prep I helped make many of the signs and one of them a big banner with a picture of the earth, many different types of people and some animals, said "revolution is for everyone".
Well if you have'nt allready guessed the whole sign was censored because some one thought those words might be offensive to some.(now you have to remember this is the eastcoast)Now taking down the sign may solve the "offensiveness" problem, but what does it do to the movement?
Censorship is part of that ugly old world we are trying to get rid of. Lets not make it part of new world we are trying to build.