Category Archives: Thoughts

The Constitution of Liberty

I’ve been reading. F.A. Hayek’s The Constitution of Liberty (ISBN 978-0-415-40424-2). The book had been on the shelf beside my bed for a few years, scarcely read. As during my university days in the late 1970’s to early 1980’s; one … Continue reading

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Eat Meat

Blogger Pierre Gosselin reminded people on Facebook: Three years ago I wrote what ended up being my best post ever — with over 650,000 “shares” or “likes”. EAT YOUR MEAT! Veganism is an eating disorder. Pierre’s blog article can be … Continue reading

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Children: Listen!

Columnist Henryk Broder exposes Germany’s broadcast-licence (GEZ) funded NDR “Kids News” as an example of brain-washing children.

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Cash and Enlightenment

I wrote this a year ago in a comment on an article published in The Spectator. The article’s author [apparently a convicted felon] was “arguing” for the abolition of cash money as “Such measures are there for all our safety”. … Continue reading

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My Eight Questions to Angela Merkel

Translated without permission from the original in German at Die Achse des Guten By Hamed Abdel-Samad. Honourable Federal Chancelloress, Honourable Minister of the Interior! Time’s up. Calendar quotes and the continual warning of the AfD are no longer sufficient to … Continue reading

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What you believe changes nothing. What you do changes everything.

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