You can't string a bunch of flawed arguments, half-reasons, and emotional knee-jerks and call yourself justified. Doesn't mean that removing these statues isn't the right things to do, but anyone here is yet to present a sound justification to do so. Be it lack or reasons or lack of ability to articulate these reasons, but as someone who doesn't passionately care about these statues I am still convinced that removing them for wrong reasons is counter-productive.

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