The Transylvania Times -

False Comparisons And Erasing History


September 25, 2017

Charles Brendle in apparent defense of statues in (largely) Southern cities erected to celebrate courageous leaders who fought on behalf of the seceding states, observes that Germany has preserved the Auschwitz death camp, hoping, I suppose, that the readership is not bright enough to discern the difference between Auschwitz and statues commemorating men who fought to retain slavery in the seceding states. He underestimates the discernment of those readers.

If statues had been erected to commemorate the lives of African human beings who were enslaved, lynched, lashed, or separated from...

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