Remember the Skintland on Sin-day’s Swastika’d Ku Klux Klan Alba cover image and the storm of faux Nationalist outrage it generated? Whinging cringing humourless Skints got sent homeward tae think again this weekend by the Press Chiponshooder Complaints Commission. Are the commission Anti-Skints? Should we censor ourselves in the run up to the Neverendum? AhDinnaeKen reports:
By Izgorrabee Purrfect
TWEE, MOSTLY anodyne alleged singer/songwriter Eddi Bookreader was told where to go this week by the Press Chiponshooder Complaints Commision.
They found her recent whining, moaning, grievance and attention seeking, complaint, lodged against the Skintland on Sunday newspaper, to be laughably unfounded and ruled her foolish complaint was just such a big “silly game mistake”.
Ms Bookreader who has a braveheart love affair with her native flag – the St. Andrew’s cross saltire – said she wanted to complain to someone who really cares.
“Life is too short to play silly games.” she said and promised herself: “I won’t do that again.”
In short, Ms Bookreader reckoned that her next foolish complaint mistake has “got to be perfect”.
“It’s got to be worth it” she sang.
“Too many people take second best, but when it comes to a Swastika’d saltire, I won’t take anything less. My next complaint, it’s got be, yeah, perfect.”
But Ms Bookreader’s original complaint was found to be anything other than “perfect” by the Press Chiponshooder Complaints Commision (PCCC).
They ruled that the Ku Klux Klan Alba page, depicted by the Skintland on Sin-day, “perfectly” illustrated the Presbyterian intolerance and lack of understanding of many Nationalist Socialist types of the relationship between images and stories in a newspaper.
Responding to a deluge of complaints from Crybaby Nationalists, the PCCC ruled:
“For the time being, freedom of speech exists in Skintland as it does in the rest of Britain.
“We know this might not always be the case should the Skints vote for self determination.
“But, until Sun King Salmond grows a pair and legislates for press censorship against the wishes of his media pimp Mr Murdoch, you’ll just huv to grow up a bit and get ower it.
“Bravehearts are foolish, they make such mistakes. They’re much too eager to give their freedoms away.
“Too many people take second best, but the PCCC won’t take anything less, this ruling has got to be, yeah, perfect.”