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Friday, October 08, 2010

Interfering Prats of The Week

Here is a variation, a sub award if you will, on my respected and acclaimed "Prats of The Week" Award.

I would like to award the interfering "one or two people", who caused Victoria Jubilee Museum in Cawthorne to remove a swastika flag (liberated by a local soldier from Berlin in 1945) from their Second World War exhibition, with my "Interfering Prats of The Week" Award.

Seemingly "one or two people" at a preview of the display complained that it showed a lack of respect to villagers who died in the war.

The museum committee did not want to upset anyone and covered the swastika with the Union flag; ie they allowed a vocal minority of "one or two people" to have their opinions placed ahead of the majority view.

Factoid: Someone brought it back after fighting to defeat the Nazis.

Airbrushing history in this manner is in fact something that the soldier (Louis Jagger), who liberated the flag, was fighting against.

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  1. Uncle John3:42 AM

    I'm considering having an 'exhibition' of Indian religious art - featuring the well known good-luck symbol, the gammadion.

    Would asking for THAT to be covered up be a 'hate crime'?

  2. Errmm . .. I think that patrons of a museum can probably figure out that an historical display of a Nazi flag is not an endorsement of the Third Reich. But evidently, this distinction is not so apparent to everyone.

  3. Lord of Atlantis2:25 PM

    As vile as the Nazi regime was, there is no getting away from the fact that it is part of history. Displaying this flag was NOT being disrespectful at all: it was highlighting the courage of our brave servicemen in general, and in particular that of Louis Jagger. If we are going to airbrush out everything we don't like, or disaprove of, then the majority of history will have to be covered up.

  4. Anonymous1:40 PM

    Looking forward to that day for the fourth reich EU

  5. On this basis, then, I presume that the interfering airbrushers will have no objection to us closing down every single mosque in the country - on the basis that Muslim fanatics are at war with our Armed Forces. Goodness me - how much more provocation are we supposed to take?