I don't know a lot about cancel culture, but I seem to hear and read a lot about it. My best understanding of it is that with cancel culture people can be reduced to the worst thing (or most recent bad thing) that you've done and other positive achievements are overlooked or forgotten in light of the bad.
Oskar Schindler was not a product of cancel culture. He seemed to be more of the opposite. Nazi, serial philanderer, spy, war profiteer are labels that could easily mar any good you could otherwise accomplish. But in Schindler we find an extremely flawed man remembered and revered for his greatest accomplishment.
I personally was raised thinking that life was like a moral bank ledger where you hoped your black ink outweighed your red. I no longer feel that way. In some ways like the hundreds of Jews that Schindler saved from death in concentration camps I was saved by a conscious choice not of a flawed man but by a perfect God.
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