• ross1948 19:53 on February 27, 2020 Permalink Reply
    Tags: Adhaf Soueif, , British Museum, Egyptian leftist, , ,   

    EUObs Provides Platform For Another Enemy Within!

    EUObserver is a pain in the neck, but one gets used to its babbling pinko Europhiliac ‘journalists’ and their prejudiced pap.

    .Press Freedom Day? Attack-Dog Zalan Flaunts Media’s Bias 

    They adore the ‘European Project,’ a supranational globalist project, dishonest from the get-go…

    • …….
    • .“Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”
    • Jean Monnet

    …to bring every one of Europe’s historic nations under the horrid banner of the Brussels Empire.


    But why must they extend their enmities to include rants like this, from some Egyptian bint who thinks the UK’s finest museum should be subjected to total politicisation.


    Ahdaf Soueif at PalFest 2008.jpg

    Adhaf Soueif

    The world is caught up in battles over climate change, vicious and widening inequality, the residual heritage of colonialism, questions of democracy, citizenship and human rights. On all these issues the museum needs to take a clear ethical position.


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    British Museum

    Museums do NOT need to take ‘ethical positions,’ but should be doing what they were built to do and meant to do – display interesting and educational exhibits.

    To be truthful, as a sometime archaeologist, I have no strong feelings about sending back items from Western museums to countries they came from, if proper care and attention can be provided to keep the items on good condition.

    I don’t see it as a ‘left v right’ debate.

    But equally I’m at a loss to figure out why EUObserver serves as ‘co-host’ for far-left propaganda podcasts, like this –

    Ahdaf Soueif, who recently resigned from the British Museum, talks about the persistence of racist thinking, EU-funded authoritarianism in Egypt, and the Cold War roots of terror..

    A World We Have Lost

    • H Gaines 23:50 on February 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      These Third World archeology agitations about taking stuff out of Western museums.
      If the Western museums have looked after it for ages and ages, why move it?
      The ones who moan and make a fuss are lefty globalists, so they should think global, right?
      It must be ‘narrow nationalism’ to want everything put back in the place it came from.



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