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Statue toppling is doing a disservice to Black Lives Matter

12 June 2020

1:37 AM

12 June 2020

1:37 AM

I don’t know how much of a organisational structure there is to Black Lives Matter in Britain but if I were part of it I’m sure I would be furious at the crowd who felled the stature of Edward Colston and deposited it in Bristol harbour.

They have set off a tsunami of civil virtue-signalling which has drowned out all the other issues I am sure I would rather be talking about.

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