I agree the truth of the past should never be ignored.
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My pleasure, Christy. Red Earth Blue Sky’s posts are always interesting. Did you read all the comments?
Interesting pots, as far as I have understood the T shirts are in fact quite racist…
But I just wonder if we must mix History & Politics with slogans & mottos printed on a T-Shirt…
After all I don´t think is is the best place to make statements on political issues.
But well it is true that the Tshirt´s slogan means so much more than what it could seem at first sight.
Thanks for letting me know more about your country, Irina , Cheers xxoo,
The writer of this article would prefer “penal colony, established 1788.” This, of course, is true. But white settlers wouldn’t be comfortable with that on a T-shirt. And you are perfectly right in my opinion, why do we need politically sensitive slogans on T-shirts?