Friday, 23 November 2012

Blind judgement

Ah, here's condescension for you.  In the eyes (pardon the pun) of the BBC, Enrico Dandolo wasn't a great man, he was a great blind man and should be remembered as such.

In the brave new world of gruesome identity politics, refusing to see past a physical flaw to see the man isn't bigotry, it's enlightenment.

Spare me.  I refuse to be remembered as a sinus problem.

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