"Freedom" is too abstract a concept for the retards who occupy positions once held
by journalists. They think it means the right to tape conversations without the
consent of the taped, and the right to spew their inane witterings about nothing ad
Overarchingly they think it means the right to help yourself to the fruits of others'
labour. Thus the resurgence of socialism and its endless promotion in the media. Key
is popular not because he's anti-socialist (he isn't) but because he's "cool"—i.e. he
speaks as the retard quackers speak, literally, mangling vowels and consonants—and
with the arrested inflections of a five-year-old—and doesn't frighten the morons.
- Lindsay Perigo, "Freedom" and the media”