Confused thinking from a bunch of confusists.
"The wide-ranging review could lead to greater censorship of the web."
This despite the following in the Preventing Violent Extremism report from March this year:
"It was clear from our witnesses that many believe Government has sought to engineer a 'moderate' form of Islam, promoting and funding only those groups which conform to this model. In our view, a persistent pre-occupation with the theological basis of radicalisation is misplaced because the evidence suggests that foreign policy, deprivation and alienation are also important factors. Preventative work should address these challenges."
Preventative work such as not shooting civilians and then trying to cover it up;
Not invading countries under some guise-of-righteousness or other;
Not giving guns away to people you think are going to help you, but who are (in actual fact) merely going to help themselves.
"Recent high-profile crimes have again focused attention on how Islamic extremists use the internet to promote their violent ideology."
Such as promoting the Defence Systems and Equipment International arms fair, or BAE Systems?
> The online preaching of the US-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki was cited by Roshonara Choudhry – the 21-year-old woman convicted last week of attempting to murder her MP, Stephen Timms – as a radicalising influence.
Yeah, and The Catcher In The Rye (which is, IMO, a fucking terrible read) has been associated with a number of high-profile murders (besides Chapman's shooting of famous heroin-addict John Lennon). I can buy this book on Amazon. When are the US & UK governments going to apply pressure to have it removed from the sales list?