One supposes it was only a matter of time before they came for him. He of course, being the lovably relentless cartoon French Skunk Pepé Le Pew.

Scrubbed from the upcoming sequel Space Jam 2 (Pepé may have dodged a bullet in that particular case) and omitted from any current Warner Bros. TV projects it looks like the smelly, white-striped,  hopeless romantic is being put out to pasture for contributing to “rape culture”. That is, of course, if we are to believe the New York Times…which we shouldn’t, given that they are perpetual liars and psychopaths. Nonetheless, Pepé has been ‘cancelled’, joining an ever growing group of people, places and things deemed unacceptable by the swarming mob of woke locusts.

There is no point arguing against these actions with the regressive left for they are lost. But to those out there who may be scratching their heads wondering if maybe you are going nuts for thinking there is nothing wrong with Pepé Le Pew.

Don’t worry, you are quite sane.

There is a small subsect of society who are seeking to retroactively overwrite|purge|occlude anything from the past that offends their regressive sensibilities. They are the book-burners from Fahrenheit 451. The Ministry of Truth from 1984. The Nothing from The NeverEnding Story.

Aunt Jemina, Uncle Ben, Dr. Seuss, Gone with the Wind. Nothing and no one is safe from these jackals of time who would eradicate any historical marker that reveals that human beings are, in fact, human.

For thousands of years we have used our ability to write, to document, as a valuable tool to mark our progress. To remind us of our successes and more importantly, our mistakes. If it concerns you that with the obliteration of these tent poles, these touchstones of human nature, that we, as a society, as a species, may become lost and without a solid understanding of the past and the inability to understand the context of historical events, ideas and creations we may ignorantly repeat the most horrific and heinous acts of history.

Then there is hope for us yet.