Saturday, June 07, 2008

David Hockney on Moral censorship

David Hockney condemns in a letter to the 'Guardian' the "perverse remedy" of persecuting artists for drawings of children.



Blogger Cadiz said...

He's got it wrong, Tony Blair was one of the most proporn politicians I eer encountered, he had a moral centre to nothing.

In Jan 2006 he said teachers who went to child porn web-sites to get 'legal' adult images, were not such a bad lot.

That was just after it was revealed FBI identified pedophiles were being secretly plonked into Brit primary schools.

I can tell Hockney this, if teachers do it, it is virtually decriminalized already. Don't matter what the law says.

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