Unconditional Surrender, Next to Fall?

I live part-time in Sarasota and I have begun to fear that one of my favorite works of public art may be swept up in the new fad for the destruction of art, grammar, history and culture. Unconditional Surrender is 26 feet tall and it stands at an ocean front crossroads in beautiful Sarasota. It is an evocative sculpture based on a famous photograph taken on V-J day in Times Square. If you don’t know what V-J day is, you think any physical contact between a man and a woman must be ratified by permission releases and non-disclosure forms signed in triplicate or if you think V-J only happened because Harry Truman was an atomic war criminal (he certainly was not!), kindly click away from this blog and find a safe space…
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  • ontario john

    And of course here in Sunny Ways Canada, the National Post has a story that historians want our first prime minister’s name removed from a prize. Because as we all know our nation’s first leaders were genocidal maniacs. Perhaps they can name it the Trudeau prize, or the Wathcemmatozzia indian prize.

    • Hard Little Machine

      I know young people who say, maybe, just maybe, the wrong side lost WW2. Better live and die beneath the Nazi boot than in America as Americans.

      • Watchman

        Well, they seem to want the new fascists to take over our society and destroy free speech and free association and demand that their lackeys be provided jobs regardless of ability, so it looks like the WW2 Axis philosophies might be winning.

        • Hard Little Machine

          I see it that they hate this country so much they claim that anything would be better. A lifetime of being told that this country is an abomination and they believe it.

    • Watchman

      One day their might be a Canadian award, “Sunni Days” commemorating the Trudeau-led victory of the Sunni over the Shia and the kuffar.

  • Hard Little Machine

    They’re white
    He’s raping her
    They’re celebrating war
    A war against Asians
    Won by the US

    There’s so much to hate, so many things to demand we not tolerate.

    • Yaacov ben Moshe

      There is no sarcasm too low and no hyperbole too high for what the left can come up with. They will exceed your worst fears every time

    • Watchman

      He should have been shown with retconned depiction of the signed permission in his right hand from the woman giving him permission for just that passionate kiss.