Now that the children have left home, my wife says that I am not allowed to shout at the cat anymore in case the neighbours think that I am shouting at her. Is there no end to censorship?
Free speech is under attack not only in our households but everywhere. It is not possible to criticise certain causes without being subjected to a full hue and cry. I will not mention those causes here for obvious reasons.
Joseph Stalin once said “Remove the man, remove the problem”. This can not only be applied to cats but also to wives, husbands and other family members.
Despite a twelve year history of violent attacks and criminal damage our own cat is still known as the poor dumb animal. She will remain anonymous here for obvious reasons.
Extract from - "I'll have the law on you -selected letters of John Fytit" to be published later this year.
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