Revival of free speech at Speakers’ Corner:
Embarrassing Defeat for the British State
And for its ruling class

What happened when someone was denied the right to speak at Speakers' Corner? Someone else took over, and thousands attended.

That's all for now:
Great Anticipation
Amazonian feminism is way better than the current bourgeois fussiness of professional middle class women

A book by Camille Paglia published in German. Her criticism of #metoo is a slam-dunk.

Statecraft and creativity:
Limited Spaces Call for Limitless Thoughts
Living in a small state is no longer a disadvantage

The smaller a state and its authority are, the more insignificant and ineffectual are the points where uncontrollable and thus ungovernable disruptive forces can act.

Endangered Gestures:
Raising the Hat
A practically extinct habit.

Why does no-one raise their hat anymore? Come to think of it, what hat?

School killing spree in Florida:
Sanctimonious gun debate is a distraction
Much more relevant factors are fatherlessness and the destruction of the family

There is one thing in common among all the crazed school shooters, in the US and beyond.

That's all for now:
Book Panic and Truthful Kids
Diary extracts recording the day-to-day life of a mother of seven, publisher’s wife and alt-right author living in an east German village

Mainstream media in meltdown over 'controversial' books; a kid voices an 'unambiguous' truth.

Political correctness:
The End of Formula 1 Grid Girls
The relentless march to the feminist goal

When will cheerleaders disappear?

Prestigious prize:
Lew Rockwell wins the ‘Roland Baader Award 2018’
German ‘Institut für Austrian Asset Management’ (IfAAM) honors a great American

A significant and symbolic moment in the history of German and American libertarianism.

Civic anarchism:
The Spectre of Secession
What’s haunting Europe?

When people want something completely innocent like a secession, strange things happen.

Endangered Gestures:
The Kiss on the Hand
Disappearing along with hierarchies, order and politeness

The greeting ritual has been replaced by something ‘pseudo-democratic.’

The Frankfurt School and the New Left:
Sorcerer's Apprentices and Hobgoblins
And the 'terrible waters' they have wrought since 1968.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem of 1797 warned of endless cultural terrorism arising from the French Revolution.

Hygiene deficiency in Paris:
Of Rats and Other Vermin
How the Left turns a glorious city into a 'sh*thole'

Paris has always had rats. But in the past two years, they have experienced a demographic boom. We don't have to look far to find out why.

Government formation:
The Grand Coalition is Coming - and that is Good
The Left are nearly split, the AfD leads the opposition

While two hollowed out, crumbling establishment cartel parties are coming together (again), the Greens are outmaneuvered, and new forces are rising.

Martin Sellner:
The Coming to Pass of Alexis de Tocqueville's Prediction
In 200 years sadistic hacks perfected their method – only the free market can help

In the face of ostracism and persecution by the establishment and their goons, the Austrian 'Identitarian' retains his moral courage.

Jubilee ‘eigentümlich frei’ conference:
Independent Thinkers Still Exist!
Laughing. Dancing. Debating.

Libertarians celebrate the 20th anniversary of their leading journal in an increasingly stifling Germany.

Living as a migrant in China:
Taxes, Not Integration
The cost-benefit analysis is all that counts

What's all this fuss about 'integration'? In China, foreigners are simply tolerated - as long as they have no deadly disease and observe the rules.

Hope in Eastern Europe:
Will the Old Cold War Divide Save the Continent?
The only option we’re left with

In the face of massive non-European immigration in the west, the region's cultural identity could be maintained east of the river Elbe.

That's all for now:
An educated workman - it’s cool to be on TV - porn pop
Diary extracts recording the day-to-day life of a mother of seven, publisher’s wife and alt-right author living in an east German village

A new series.

Down’s Syndrome:
Hannah from Pinneberg
Nowadays usually aborted, those who survive receive the ‘Severely-OK-stamp’

What does it say about a society, when it is happy to allow the abortion of babies with Down's syndrome but awards the survivors of pregnancy a 'pass for the severely OK'?

The Political Philosophy of Zombies:
Questions of Life and Death
‘The Walking Dead’ as science fiction, neo-western and road movie

How, after a total collapse of civilization, do people act and reorganize societies under the worst conditions? The answer depends on your political outlook.

Observing illegal immigration:
'Identitarians' make Leviathan jump
The IM produces practical wheat, but theoretical chaff only so far

While achieving a stunning success in the Mediterranean, the Identitarian Movement's political theory is still unclear.

Islamist Violence in Europe:
Terrorism? No, Genocide
Terrorists have political aims

Europeans and others of Christian, Jewish and otherwise ‘false’ faiths will continue to be slaughtered in the future not for what they, or their fathers, have done, or are doing, but exclusively for what they are: Unbelievers, in the sense of the Koran.

Traveling Through the American South:
The Confederacy Lives
Possibly, someday, as an (anti-)political counter project again

The contrasts between rich and poor are omnipresent – but no one really cares. Americans often live next to each other in villas and shacks. They don't know envy. This is one of the reasons why they are almost all so pleasantly apolitical.

Book Ban:
A Fortress Called Amazon
How to Avoid Uncomfortable Questions banned from direct sale all books of one particular publisher. The internet trading giant has otherwise no scruples in distributing the most deviant publications to its clients, from extreme left wing propaganda concoctions to pornographic trash. So the reason for this particular ban must be pretty rock solid, right? Right?

A Warning from Hamburg:
Germany on Slippery Slope to Failed State
On the G-20 summit and peak gall

Everything that's happened in Hamburg has already been happening for years. In many German cities, cars have been torched for years, unpopular representatives' offices and homes have been attacked.