Thursday, November 03, 2011

One or the other

According to a Belgian judge, Tintin in the Congo isn't a racist book, just a "reflection of [author Hergé's] time", and therefore cannot be banned on racial grounds.

Of course, it was a racist time, but apparently the book can't be both.



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