Next time, if the new Sedition laws pass, a performance of Bob Dylan's Masters Of War (from the same album Blowin' In The Wind comes from) could put Beazley in jail for seven years.
The law Beazley will break will be that of Seditious Intention where it will be illegal to:
Masters Of War is an anthem of Seditious Intention, where Dylan fiercely damns the company men and politicians behind the horrors of war and hits them with this...
- bring the Sovereign into hatred or contempt
- to urge dissafection against the Constitution, the Government or Commonwealth or either House of the Parliament
- to urge another person to attempt, or otherwise than by lawful means, to procure a change to any matter established by law in the Commonwealth
- to promote feelings of ill-will or hostility between different groups so as to threaten the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth
When your death takes its toll,Last year a school band in Colorado were questioned by the US Secret Secret Service for performing the same Bob Dylan classic.
All the money you made,
Will never buy back your soul.
And I hope that you die,
And your death'll come soon,
I will follow your casket,
In the pale afternoon,
And I'll watch while you're lowered,
Down to your deathbed,
And I'll stand o'er your grave,
'Til I'm sure that you're dead.
God Save The Queen by The Sex Pistols would be another no-no.