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Proselytism, democratism and other enemies

Proselytism, democratism and other enemies

Written by: in: Thought

Legal regulations concerning axiological choices made by individuals in their private or intimate spheres, formed on the basis of the expectations and awareness of the democratic majority, are essentially deprived of legitimization and are not acceptable within the scope of prohibitions and restrictions they introduce. The idea of the social contract is one of the […]

You Have No Right to Such Anger

You Have No Right to Such Anger

Written by: in: Society

Since last week the topic of the Muslim reaction to the scope of freedom of speech in the world of Latin civilization became largely up to date again.  As a result of uploading a video “Innocence of Muslims” to the Internet, wherein the Islamic prophet is primitively criticized, disturbances, as well as riots, and terrorist […]

Romney + sincerity = Todd Akin

Romney + sincerity = Todd Akin

Written by: in: Politics

Over the past few days, the leading politicians of the Republican Party have put a lot of effort into media action directed at convincing public opinion in the USA that Todd Akin is just a loony outsider of their party. No doubt that Akin deserves to be perceived in this way as in one of […]

Handshake for Romney

Handshake for Romney

Written by: in: Politics

Lech Walesa went too far. Inviting the Republican candidate for the president of the USA to Gdansk was a political manifestation after when the ex-President of Poland “couldn’t” meet with Barack Obama during his visit in Warsaw. Walesa is very often affronted by small people and gets outraged. He usually has reasons to do that. […]

Clegg defends freedom of religion

Clegg defends freedom of religion

Written by: in: Society

The conservative-liberal government in Great Britain is currently working on the project of the act on homosexual marriages. It has revealed an interesting problem, which shows that trying to achieve equality in the access to solutions enabling the freedom of choice should be simultaneous on several fields. The enforcement of a legal possibility of entering […]

Pas de rêves, messieurs

Pas de rêves, messieurs

Written by: in: Politics

The 1st round of the elections to the National Assembly of France proved that the liberal centre in a form of independent circles doesn’t stand a chance on political stage. One may assume that the situation became precarious after last elections to the lower house of the French Parliament in 2007. The Democratic Movement (the […]

The naïve ones of 2012

The naïve ones of 2012

Written by: in: Society

About 30 000 people applied for a volunteer position during the 2012 football championship in June. And I am not going to criticise any one of them. They had various motivation. It is understandable that they wanted to take part in adventure, particularly if it could take place in interesting location such as stadiums. It […]

Free, spontaneous, homogeneous society

Free, spontaneous, homogeneous society

Written by: in: Thought

Liberalism is an idea which (very aptly) renounces social engineering and all sorts of projects of structuring a “perfect” social order. Planning of this kind, even more frequently than economic planning, leads to the enslavement of people; as a matter of fact, it is often linked to regulating economy, results from it or generates it. […]

Give me my Marseilles back!

Give me my Marseilles back!

Written by: in: Society

I have recently read an interesting article by my friend from editorial office, Dominika Blachnicka, on difficult situation of Palestinians in Israel and Europe (http://liberteworld.com/2012/01/12/why-palestinian-stories-matter-to-me-anyway/). In the article, she shows her wholeheartedness for this national group and she deplores the everyday life practice in Israel. This is most visible near the border with Autonomy’s territory, […]

Günter Grass on another planet

Günter Grass on another planet

Written by: in: Culture

Günter Grass wrote a poem. Many extreme left-wing communities in Western Europe will probably love it, but from my point of view, the German poet wrote his own court sentence – he has condemned himself to damnation. Günter Grass wrote about Israel and Iran, about their increasing conflict – the main reason of which is […]

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