The Imaginative Conservative on Tintin

I like the Imaginative Conservative. Unlike the Thing that Used to be Conservatism, it is not only imaginative, it actually conserves something. Here it is, on Tintin as the True European.

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  • CrustyNatsFan

    Thanks for flagging. I will check them out. At first look it is nice to see a conservative site with a quote from Russell Kirk in the side banner instead of a push poll asking if we should bomb Iran or if Obama is from Kenya.

  • Stu

    Fascinating and wonderful piece.

  • Andrew Attaway

    I love Tintin, but article this skims a little lightly over both Herge’s collaboration and the antisemitic touches in more than one of the stories.

    • Andrew Brew

      What touches are you thinking of? Do they go beyond “depicting society in the 30’s?