Letter to The Editor - Public authorities should not allow the 'vandalism' of our historical monuments, motivated by 'anti-colonization sentiment'

To The Age          There may be 'a growing push to acknowledge indigenous history' ('Indigenous recognition push', 1/6), but there is also a growing public awareness that indigenous issues are being over-promoted to the detriment of national unity and the principle of equity. Public authorities should not allow the 'vandalism' of our historical monuments, motivated by 'anti-colonization sentiment', to stampede them into undue 'recognition' of indigenous resistance that occurred many generations ago. Such vandalism is neither honourable nor intelligent and should be regarded with contempt.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

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