In my previous article I wrote about The Evil People and The Lesser Evil People Who Shall Not Be Named (well, not again).
For any reader who is confused and didn't read it before I removed the links to whom these descriptions refer please follow these links 1, 2 and 3.
Apart from the fact that this is clearly criminal behaviour from the people who introduced the law in the first place what does it really matter that insignificant bloggers like myself provide a link, what harm can it do?
Evil is a virus which must be prevented from spreading and the only way to do that it to prevent any contact with the aforesaid disease: chatting about them as a subject may draw attention to my blog as a place for comment, but it makes them the subject of the discussion and thereby raises their profile.
Remember: the purpose of The Evil People Who Shall Not Be Named (again) is to raise their profile by hook or by crook - notoriety is better than neglect; there's no such thing as bad publicity etc...
May I take this opportunity to apologise to all you good people and promise never again to link to The Evil People or their Evil Henchmen Who Shall Not Be Named (again) for fear of further contamination.
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