Double-parked delivery vans simply make my blood boil. It’s a big middle finger to the rest of us whose lives, time and appointments are deemed less important that the delivery of goods to the Carrefour supermarket or whatever outlet it is.
A few days ago, the international press was abuzz with the news that Pope Francis had, in one sentence, doused the fires of hell. The Vatican quickly corrected the news, putting our minds to rest that the fires of hell are raging stronger than ever. This incident in itself is irrelevant, but it begs one question: why does this even matter to the rest of us?
If Europe is to endure as a place of freedom, Europeans need to be less tolerant If there’s one word that our European society has gotten all wrong, it is the word “tolerance”. Not only has its real meaning been dangerously subverted to imply “acceptance of everything”, effectively denuding the word of any real significance, […]