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Good answer, from Angry Economist


David Davis

Go on, you know you want to….

The “New Scientist” has been the “old pre-renaissance/witchcraft-pagan-preChristianphilosophy GORE-RAG” for some time now. I stopped reading it regularly about 1998, although it was prime reading for us boys at school in the 1960s, and the school even paid for it to be in the library in enough quantity for us even to take ti away, along with “Nature“, and for the nerds, the “Scientific American” (which I still even like sometimes.) Funny how that’s somehow near where the Blairwitch came to power.

Here’s what the article says: I only want to be fair and even-handed. Judge for yourself.

Greenies, get stuffed! FMFT tells it like it is.


Yep, he does. Savour the pre-paleolithic ridiculousness of the wallah whom he describes, here…

VLAD the invader…


…is correctly spotted, with his pants down, by Freedom and Whisky.

David Davis (still not that one.)

It is a source of great sorrow, to me and to Sean Gabb, and others who write for us, that this blog seems to be all about war and conflict at this time. it is pre-capitalist stalinism that is to blame. We didn’t invent it: it merely falls to us to try to help eliminate it, before we die.

Libertarian Alliance Showcase Publication no-15: Admiration or Envy: The American Dilemma


David Davis

http://www.libertarian.co.uk/lapubs/philn/philn064.htm