Category Archives: freedom

Ceci n’est pas une tiranny

From Die Deutsche Wirtschaft Nachrichten we get this cheerful news: EU wants to regulate cultivation of fruit and vegetables in gardens The European Commission wants to impose on farmers and gardeners in the future the use of unit seed. Old … Continue reading

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Food is the new tobacco

Came across this while randomly surfing the ‘sphere. This is a US related item, but my guess is the EUnion will not be far behind. From Velvet Glove, Iron Fist: Food is the new tobacco. I doubt there are many … Continue reading

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Whose enemy?

The Dutch army is increasingly involved in police raids, observation of criminals and the search for missing persons. This according to Nieuws.nl (NL), noting with unseemly enthusiasm that the various peacekeeping missions in Iraq and Afghanistan have bred a skill … Continue reading

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Slave mentality?

Regular readers of this modest blog may remember me wondering: Why bother? in the wake of a conversation I had. Earlier I expressed my concern about the lack of response to the continued demolishing of our country and our freedom. … Continue reading

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Tolerance that is not

One really has to read it to believe it: Dante’s Divine Comedy ‘offensive and should be banned’. It is a world-renowned work of literature and one of the foundation stones of the Italian language, but Dante’s Divine Comedy has been … Continue reading

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Not whether, but how

Via GoV we learn of an open letter, written by Spanish German (or German Spaniard) Marco Pino, addressed to Helmut Kohl and through him all EUrocrat ideologues. In the letter Mr. Pino argues not for more or less ‘Europe’, but … Continue reading

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Heartfelt and necessary

John Ward of The Slog makes a plea we at KV heartily endorse and think eminently necessary: As Ed West observes, sociological commentator Charles Murray’s new book on US society audits how – among many other profoundly disturbing changes – … Continue reading

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