Only thieves, halfwits and loonies (Catalanists, Spanish politicians, …) continue to see any useful relationship between flags, nations, football teams, folkdancing and the state.
It’s a fine example of practical neo-feudalism, and screw the serfs.
Destined to save the nation? More numerous than thought? Someone explain, please.
Chunks of Heliopolis and Eumeswil dealing with smartphones, language and power meet up with the Gaddafis.
For sale, 50 hard-cover copies liberated from the Libyan People’s Bureau in London during the legendary 1986 squat party.
With a sublime little parody of romantic nationalism from Camilo José Cela, who has his own particular view of this bothersome culture vs civilisation thing.
The precedents for, and some possible implications of, the Catalanisation of Barcelona’s cinemas. Plus some crowd-pleasing video of the Quebec language police in action. (Allez! Allez! Allez! And the hell with the economy!) All in somewhat fevered response to an article by Martin Dahms in the Tages-Anzeiger.
Wait, let me check that.
It does have its advantages. Ants are not one of them.