Daily Commentary – Friday, June 18th, 2010 – Winston Churchill’s Cigar Censored
- An iconic photo of the former Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his cigar in a war museum was airbrushed to erase his use of tobacco. How absolutely completely PC ridiculous. As Dana says, “Churchill and the history of WWII and those who fought for freedom need to be remembered, not airbrushed”.
You can fight on the beaches, you can fight in the fields and in the streets, but if you’re Winston Churchill, the one thing you can’t do in Britain these days is chomp on a cigar.
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Posted June 18, 2010 by Scared Monkeys
Bizarre, WTF | 3 comments
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I hope someone in the UK is raising hell about this and, hopefully, it is the veterans of the world.
As Winston once said “You have enemies? GOOD! That means you’ve stood up for something some time in your life.”
Someone needs to stand up and give Winston his cigar back, no matter what the PC English snobs think. Maybe they should concentrate on banning fox hunts and pheasant shooting.
argh! what happened to the comment I just wrote
SM, Its there,
thanks, couldnt see the first comment but the second one showed up on the screen