The tearing down of a statue commemorating the legacy of a murderous slaver is incontrovertibly good, argues Neil Faulkner in a letter to the Guardian and on talkRADIO.
10 June 2020
In his letter to the Guardian, Faulkner argued that only 'philistines are denouncing the performance artists with the ignorance of ages. I would recommend a Turner prize.' You can also hear Faulkner on talkRADIO below:
Neil Faulkner is a Mutiny activist and author of A Radical History of the World.