Winston Churchill on Untouchables


As world remembers Winston Churchill on his 50th death anniversary, I remember his views on ‘Untouchables‘ with few pictures and text taken from Winston Churchill’s speech at Albert Hall, London, 18th March, 1931.

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5 responses to “Winston Churchill on Untouchables

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  2. Reblogged this on Doubting Derek and commented:
    Some thoughts. Not saying he was in any position to make such statements (considering he was racist himself), but the idea his statements give do serve as a lesson. And we need to learn.

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