Friday, April 20, 2007

Our collective memory - the bigots who mould history

Too Much Tolerance
by Patrick J. Buchanan - April 20, 2007

"A month from now, few Americans will remember who his victims were. But, decades from now, millions will recognize Cho’s face. When it pops up on a TV screen anywhere in America, they will ask, “Isn’t that the Korean kid who shot all those people down at Virginia Tech?”

Cho is now up there with Lee Oswald, Sirhan Sirhan, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. By documenting on videotape his rage, resentment and hatred of those he saw as persecuting him, and mailing it to NBC, Cho ensured the world would hear, in his words, why he did what he did. He ensured that we would see him as he saw himself, an implacable two-gun avenger of the injustices done to him."

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