While his friends were sharing out public assets amongst themselves,
Josep Jordi Pujol authored inspirational tracts calling on his fellow-Catalans to show the same sense of honour and justice that apparently inspires the Anglo-Saxons (his preface to the Catalan edition of Churchill’s The Second World War is a treat); bizarrely, he also apparently described himself as a Nordic-style social-democrat, leading Josep Pla to ask just how many Swedes there were in Catalonia.
Yesterday, on the public bus service back from the mountain, we were treated to a Eddie Murphy formula flick, The Haunted Mansion, in German with Danish subtitles. This probably says less about Catalan social democracy than about the state of war that exists between bus drivers and complex technology. No one seemed to mind.
- Albanian hand salute quiz
Dogs are sensible and salute with their feet.
- Ah, the unions
Surreal quote in this doc on personal adoptive languages, a typically absurd Belgian scheme to avoid civil war, appropriate EU funds,
- Kill rootless scum
The other night I stayed with a neo-peasant Catalan hippy couple living in a grace and favour masia in the hills,
- Google Noticias
Enquiry from a Spanish emigrant to the UK: I have no assets in Spain. What could the AEDE / the Spanish
- How to commit a political crime in Catalonia
Amid Catalan witches in Murcian pantomime and calls in Catalan tabloid Avui for the killing of anti-Catalanists, here at Nihil Obstat