Immigration to Germany is concentrated primarily on the low-skilled, because they do not appear at all as serious competitors for the left-liberal middle class.
Criticising the Swedish girl is sacrilege for some.
Only a temporary life offers the possibility to value anything at all.
Dissatisfaction with Brussels will continue to get louder all over the continent.
Merkel was the right leader for a society that believed itself to be at the end of history. Those days are definitely over.
The creator of the Property and Freedom Society reaches a large audience beyond academic circles.
Not free citizens.
Naivety and goodness of heart often go together, as do cynicism and intelligence. It's the balance between these two extremes that matters.
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'Moral supremacy' is dangerous and stupid.
The gap between quantity and quality of the political discourse is wide.
A leading politician suggests a points system for crime. According to it, after 60 (!) thefts a migrant could be deported. One manslaughter might be insufficient.
Baby boomers in charge of Germany today display a worrying lack of maturity in intellect and character.
Many journalists imagine themselves being philosopher kings, allowed to tell 'noble lies'.
Stalin issued the first rule of political correctness: All opponents of socialism were to be labeled ‘fascists’ only.
From whence should a society of hangers-on possibly draw the strength to resist?
Silent witnesses of nocturnal escapades are disappearing from view.
The new diesel tax was the straw that broke the camel's back.
Like a wandering dune, the growing European construct continues to crunch its way across the continent.
A bizarre real life scene, reflecting the cultural and intellectual ossification in Germany.
A brilliant, decentralized urban culture.
Perpetrators present themselves and conquerors.
The contrast between the consistently observable lack of vanity of the participants on the one hand and the excellence of their work on the other could hardly have been greater.
Blame Jean-Jacques Rousseau for ‘Deep Ecology,’ which equates humans with mosquitoes and ultimately calls for mass suicide.