The Truth about Goats
As ex-Formula 1 boss Max Mosley attempts the type of convoluted revisionism that his father, Oswald, would have been grateful for; historians have been left to ponder – just how easy it is to re-write memorable events? While suing Google may banish Reich-themed orgies from the internet, most people would argue that the image of Mr. Mosley being whipped by a topless Nazi is going to stick in our subconscious ‘…just a wee bit longer’.
Having previously won £60,000 in damages for breach of privacy, it was assumed Mr. Mosley would then have the common sense to stop mentioning his past. One Editor commented: ‘I’m afraid trying to erase your internet history is like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. Assuming you f@$ked the horse while dressed as Rudolf Hess’.
Of course the trouble with asking people to ‘please forget my Nazi sex fetish’ does end up sounding like ‘blah blah blah Nazi sex fetish’. Those last three words just end repeating on us, like a cheap kebab. In the history of trying to close Pandora’s box, Mosley’s attempt rates alongside ignoring Japanese war crimes, holocaust denial and forgetting you were James Corden’s agent.
So while Mr. Mosley issues High Court proceedings for breaches of the Data Protection Act, ‘Mosley’ and ‘Pervert’ become the two most googled words on the web. As Jedi mind tricks go it works along the lines of: ‘…these aren’t the droids your looking for…the tall one looks like a giant gold dildo and the small one is like a vibrating sex egg. Forgotten them already have you?’