Kelin MacKenzie tells readers of the Sun today that while he and "most media folk" know the names of the public figures protected by privacy injunctions the public don't.
He says: "There is currently a dangerous two track-society.
"There are those that know and I'm one of them. And there are those that are denied knowing and that's you, dear reader."
He suggests that somebody could set up a site in America to run all the names and allegations against the people the courts are protecting and the High Court couldn't touch them.
In a blast at the judges, Mackezie says: "There is a state in America that has a phrase summing up its attitude. It says: Live free or die.
"The High Court and its silk panty-wearing judges - hiding their own sexual peculiarities - have torn up the phrase.
"I despise them."
The Sun has a full page rundown on all the privacy injunctions granted to public figures under the headline: 'Doesn't it make you gag.'
They include a famous actor, tv star, top footballers, a soccer manager, various sportsmen and a tv journalist.
The latest injunction, according to the Sun is a married entertainer who has cheated on his wife with an actress and has left the show they both appeared in.
The Sun says: "Hypocritical showbiz stars, sports idols and high-profile public figures lap up positive publicity. And they often cash in on their popularity and wholesome image with mega salaries and huge fees from companies whose products they endorse.
"But when they misbehave and things turn sour, they go for the gag in order to protect false impressions - and their massive incomes."