[WARNING: The following article contains images that some people may (and should) find disturbing. If you don't want to see fairly graphic images then stop reading now or scroll down with a soft touch] David Cameron has described Jimmy Carr as “Morally wrong” for allegedly paying as low as 1% on his income taxes thanks [...]
Entries for the ‘World Politics’ Category
NB, I am not Davy. Not exactly sure what prompted it, but good golly is George Monbiot not mincing any words about his thoughts on Libertarianism over at the Guardian. Sadly, all we get is a horrible collection of misrepresentation, straw-man arguments, demagoguery, and outright misunderstanding of basic Libertarian principles. Let’s take this a bit [...]
Another great lecture from Learn Liberty. The issue of sweatshop labour is a favourite of lefties and liberals everywhere. Little do they realise when they protest sweatshops that they’re destroying what little opportunities the poor in third world countries actually have. In some examples in Cambodia, pressure on corporations to close sweatshops actually lead to [...]
Stefan Molyneux’s take on Bin Laden’s supposed death: I will probably update this page with any other videos or articles I come across on this rather meaningless topic. I don’t need to state this for most of the readers but just in case somebody stumbles upon here by accident: this will change nothing. Remember how [...]
With Ron Paul’s recent announcement that he will indeed be running once again for president I found this information coming out of Fox News rather alarming.
This video nails it. On a side note: with the notion of Ron Paul running again in 2012 still up in the air, and my general and open hostility for politics, I am left with conflicted feelings. I tend to think politics is useless and yet I am excited by the prospect of another Paul [...]
NB: I am not Davy The revolt in major Egyptian cities is continuing to expand and gain momentum as tens of thousands of protestors, inspired by the events in Tunisia, demand freedom (“hurriya”) and the removal of Mubarak’s US-backed autocratic regime. It seems that the possibility of a transition from the Mubarak era to a [...]