A Gandhi quote gets you this?
I understand it's facebook, not a govt. entity, well officially that is.
But they do work with the govt. nonetheless.
I understand that these are sensitive times but no matter the sensitivity is blacklisting history really the solution?
I think part of the problem is the poignancy of the quote in historical terms, I mean even progressives would empathize with this quote, so it has the
potential to create alot of... dialogue.
It's kind of shocking and sad that the 'shocking effect' doesn't last long because well... you know.
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