“This book explores one of the central myths of Spain: the idea that Spanish culture arose from that of the Visigoths” etc etc. Perhaps reading this will encourage al-Qaeda to point out that Berber is the oldest surviving language spoken in Barcelona, and that it should therefore replace another minority language as the administrative default. That’s of course if Carod doesn’t rescue the hostages–fellow-parasites by the sound of it–first with his million-euro lance.
- Ian Llorens changes his mind on Frankfurt
Didn’t expect this one: “Not inviting Catalan authors writing in Spanish was, in my opinion, a big error. They should have
- Factual/fucktual revisited
Launch of Arcadi Espada news-site.
- Freak trade
You may remember the stolen car with Barcelona plates which turned up in the Congo last year, and it now seems
- European agreements re language rights
I’ve posted recently on the prohibition and persecution of non-Catalan toponymy in and outside Catalonia. While so I thought I’d
- Montilla at LSE
The British establishment doesn’t give a rat’s arse what he thinks.