Tintin Ruling

By posted at 4:19 pm on November 2, 2011 3

Good news for Tintinologists, if not guards of political correctness: Tintin in the Congo has been deemed “not racist” by a Belgian judicial adviser.

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3 Responses to “Tintin Ruling”

  1. Tom Beshear
    at 1:08 am on November 3, 2011

    Who was the Belgian judicial adviser — King Leopold II?

  2. My Daily Tweets 11.03.11 « memoirs on a rainy day
    at 8:07 pm on November 3, 2011

    […] news for Tintinologists; but bad news for political correctness. ( 3 […]

  3. Philip graham
    at 9:41 am on November 4, 2011

    Oh yes it is!

    When my son was young we read all the Tintin books together (well, he was five, I read to him). I’ve read through the Congo book to the best of my French abilities (there’s no English edition, thank god), and it’s utterly appalling.

    Good one, Tom–the ghost of King Leopold II must be haunting judicial corridors in Belgium.

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