http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/media/story.jsp?story=480066 It would appear that after suspensions of shows and talk of Police investigations that Kilroy Silk is off the hook. The mistaken ommision by a secretary of one word from a piece he wrote changed his having a pop at Arab countries to having a pop at Arabs. Kilroys style of talking and writing is often to play devils advocate...give the opposite view or give the extreme view to encourage debate. What have we come to that people cannot say what they like anymore? I've noticed in recent years in conversations in private homes people constantly say "You can't say that" and if it's in public they sort of shuffle uncomfortably from foot to foot and look around guiltily as though to see if 'Big Brother' is listening in. Being an outspoken person I experience this a lot. My reply to "You can't say that" is "I just did". What freedom is it that our forefathers before us...and you who serve our Country now fought for if we allow it to be stolen from us without putting up a fight? Political correctness is a cancer in our society. It's a wicked lie. It pretends to protect our lives, rights and sensitivities. But it doesn't. All it has done is made us a nation in FEAR. Afraid to speak our minds and explore other views by honest debate. It's caused us to FEAR speaking out what we truly think for FEAR of losing our jobs, our social acceptance and our liberty. And it causes the very things to grow that we wanted our society to reject. Battles for freedom are not always strategic and military ones.