Plans for new anti-terrorism controls on websites have led to a government defeat in the Lords - by just one vote.
The original plans would have allowed a police constable to decide that information on the internet could be related to terrorism.
But peers changed the Terrorism Bill to ensure police have to ask judges before telling internet providers that web pages should be removed.
I had no idea that half of this stuff was going through; how much more shitting piss crap freedom-curbing legislation is going through our institutions in the name of anti-terrorism?
Ministers have said they will try to overturn this defeat.
They must not be allowed to. Furthermore, they must not be allowed to further emasculate the House of Lords; too many times over the last few months has this unelected House defended our ancient freedoms, and Blair's patience will run out soon.
He will try to destroy the Lords, and we must, in some way, try to prevent that. Firstly, I would urge all of you with "Elect The Lords" buttons on your sites to remove them: any reformation of the Lords now will only be in the image that Toni wishes it. We must give these people our support, to show that some of us appreciate their efforts to save us from the fucking turds that some of us, in our folly (or rampant fucking spasticism) elected for the third time (fucking why? Are you all mad?).