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Flat White

They know nothing

14 June 2020

11:53 AM

14 June 2020

11:53 AM

So, now we are apparently living in what is called a “cancel culture”.  

Removing historical TV shows and movies will not help anyone in trying to “right” what they are perceiving as a “wrong.” 

There has never been more information around in our time, yet ironically, the level of ignorance has simply exploded. 

Supposedly freeing the memory of the masses in this feeding frenzy of throwing out long-standing, brilliant, culturally identifiable TV pieces such as Fawlty Towers is idiotic. 

In fact, this so-called new normal of cultural censorship is being done by a bunch of people who evidently don’t have the intelligence to understand nuance, comedic skill and satire. 

Millions of people around the world have grown up enjoying watching classic British TV series and classic Hollywood movies. 

Legendary pieces of television...

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