Covid19 has taken its first political victim. Two days ago, Kosovo’s government has fallen after a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister’s ability to steer the country during the pandemic. The political fragility in this improvised democracy, built by NATO bombing, is perhaps not the best example to predict the trend. However, it … Sigue leyendo 34.927. Shame!
While sitting on the airport bus, driving from Barcelona to the Girona Airport, one warning sign, stamped behind the driver’s seat, caught my attention. The first line was written in English and said ‘It is forbidden to eat or drink on the bus’. The line under was written in Spanish and said ‘Está completamente, prohibido … Sigue leyendo Responsible is not a synonym for boring
‘Stay home, I'm begging you... because I love you!’ The President’s mantra was floating from the screen. It vibrated from that same hypnotic frequency reserved for the transmission of selected brainwaves circumstantially confined into messianic isolation from the destiny of the mortal souls. It was that same frequency granted to the “Chosen Ones” and “Saviors” … Sigue leyendo The Brave New 10% Better World
‘I will stop the motor of the world’ John Galt sworn and led the wealthy industrialists into the revolution of ‘reason and individualism’. This ‘Prometheus who changed his mind’, as Ayn Rand described the Atlas Shrugged ‘superhero’, was meant to inspire objectivism as ‘evaluation of the facts of the reality by man’s consciousness according to … Sigue leyendo The day John Galt fooled us all (including himself)