Sorry, but what can you say. Sargehere is correct.
This type of thing does nothing to alleviate the perceived problem. Like being force-fed crap, you aren't going to lap it up and enjoy it, we are hunter gatherers and we are going to react defensively as soon as some one tries to give it to you. Blanking it out does not promote for healthy dialogue, which is the key ingredient for change. You cannot force healthy dialogue; both sides need equal and realistic expectations for a perceived acquisition of advantage, and compromise is inevitably the deciding factor. That is how both sides can say they won. And both sides now feel they can provide real change, because they both "won". Kind of like a collective agreement for our Union brothers. Union wins. Management wins. There is no compromise with censorship.