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What Kemi Badenoch gets right about colonialism

21 April 2024

2:39 AM

21 April 2024

2:39 AM

Kemi Badenoch has developed a habit of truth telling. This is risky in our climate of rigid cultural orthodoxy, for whose guardians ‘Truth is what you and people like you believe, and can compel others to accept,’ as the philosopher John Gray puts it. Those who tell truths that ‘you and people like you’ deny become targets.

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