While we’re talking about science and all that, and with Crimenhagen still fresh in our minds, here’s James A. Fitzpatrick’s take on the Copenhagen of 1937 and “the manners and customs of a people who have contributed much to the stability and progress of the white race”. So appropriate, just before the War.
Ah, what nostalgia for the freedom from blue-stockinged political correctness that so besets us in more modern, less straight-talking times!
And so, as the sun sinks slowly in the west, we say a fond “Farewell” to the hope of intelligently self-interested global cooperation.
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Posted: 11 January, 2010 in Australian Politics, Economics, environment, History, Life, movies, politics and government, Racism, Science, US Politics, values, Video.
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