David Dürr, born in Switzerland, is a business counsel and notary in Basel, Switzerland and a law professor at the University of Zürich.
People could be infected by Dürer's view of the truth and suddenly see the world as it is and not as they are being led to believe.
Some things are so easy that only children can understand them.
The judges are employed by one of the two parties to the dispute.
Election by the supporters of a party of minions does not provide legitimation to govern.
Let's apply this new law to governments.
A constitution is a great idea, until you realize who makes the laws.
The state wants more than faith. It wants obedience.
When people want something completely innocent like a secession, strange things happen.