Our esteemed colleague, “Jessicafischerqueen,” who lives and works in South Korea, reports that due to “some new law,” images of smoking have been censored out of movies–even movies that have already been made–by “blurring out” cigarettes, cigars, and pipes. She first saw this in a movie she was watching on TV.
“The movie was also filled with gratuitous violence and sex,” she said, “which is not at all blurred out.”
Well, they have to do that, don’t they, or next thing you know, people will be smoking in the cemeteries.
Are these people quite all there?
So it’s okay to show people in a movie committing adultery, incest, rape, murder, armed robbery, etc., but heaven forbid we allow the audience to see anybody smoking!
What does that tell us about our rulers’ priorities? Nothing good.
Liberals are always yawping about censorship, and “trying to impose your stupid morality on everybody else”; but they’re always the first to employ censorship, and the very first to impose their stupid morality upon the rest of us. Can you say “transgender bathrooms”?
We really ought to be ashamed of ourselves, allowing our nations to be governed by such hypocrites.