Something is Broken in the UK Intellectual Sphere.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb

And, by the way, at the very same time, the Guardian and the BBC are whining about the lack of representation of Indian troops in the film Dunkirk by M Nolan, in the name of “historical accuracy”*.

Make sense of that if you can.

*With extremely few real statistical data in the Guardian article. And knowing that the statistics about the percentage of West African troops in the liberation of Paris is grossly mistaken. Hardly reassuring concerning the limited and partial statistics about colonial troops in Dunkirk.