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The decision to tear down the Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond builds on a decade or more of activists seeking to purge the racist monuments at the core of American historical memory. People are increasingly taking action in their own hands. Richmond activists took down a statue of a largely forgotten Confederate general named […]

Onward to Paris

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On May 19, 2018

I will be largely away for the next couple of weeks, as tomorrow I start an 11-day trip to Paris and Belgium. I know, life is hard. I await commenters talking about how I can’t legitimately writ

Peak Belgium

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On December 30, 2015

This really should just be labelled #Belgium: Soldiers and police officers in Brussels held an orgy while the city was in lockdown over fears of a Paris-style attack by Islamist extremists, according

Evil Personified

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On December 18, 2013
It’s always useful to remember the true depraved evil of King Leopold II and the horrors of Belgian rule over the Congo, a legacy that goes far to define the lives of the people of central Africa today.
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