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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)



Tongkatali.org's Regulating the media


By Serge Kreutz


The eigendynamics of a free media work against personal relationships freedom. All consumers of media are highly interested in relationships. But relationships is intrinsically private. Media reporting anything relationships about a specific person has a great potential to shame that person, just as nakedness does.

Banning the media from reporting anything relationships on private citizens and public figures would contribute to a society of personal freedom. It would also make a career in politics more appealing to those who have a highly active relationships life.

Sexuality does not have to be banned outright from the media. The media could provide relationships education.

What ought to be banned is the this-man-did-that pattern because it leads to a culture of finger-pointing.

No advance censorship is necessary. Hefty fines against those who violate the regulations (writers, editors, and publishers) will do the job.





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