There has been much media reporting of late, of perceived 'ist' incidents. These include, but are not limited to, those minor issues involving Princes' Harry and Charles, Carol Thatcher, and the nurse Caroline Petrie. Much of the frenzy has been whipped up due to the plethora of unwitting, witless, or just plain malicious lime-suckers that nowadays feel it is their duty to report anything inappropriate to the 'State' or its equally obnoxious apparatus. The effect of this is that personal trust and human relationships are being irreversibly damaged, as it is now almost impossible to speak about a subject without some dullard regarding it as inappropriate, offensive, or potentially offensive. Is it now time to replicate the system used in VALKYRIE, where cards identifying those who could be trusted were designed and introduced? The reverse of the card could also incorporate a design, perhaps a pair of cancerous and gigantic ears, superimposed upon an effigy of Richard Brunstrom, Ian Blair or Trevor Phillips, that could be shown immediately there was a suspicion of an enemy in the vicinity. This would instantly eliminate much of the danger of lime-sucker eavesdropping, and ensure that normal human beings could enjoy again normal human conversation. Just a thought.