Archive for the 'Liberty' Category

As a libertarian, hate speech is always a difficult subject to touch on. It is difficult to determine how far should free speech go until a line has to be drawn. The pure libertarian position is very tolerant of all kinds of speech, and even hate speech. So tolerant that it goes so far away […]

This is the first significant protest the current government faces. And this is yet another opportunity for this government to demonstrate that it is different from the previous corrupt racist, fascist regime. That can be shown by accommodating the protest as much as possible with a view of not being explicitly hostile to it either […]

I did not follow the ICERD debate closely until recently. I felt like the issue rose to national prominence out of nowhere, and then it died a spectacular death before I properly understood what it was all about. If you had asked me what ICERD was, I would be able to mutter some keywords like […]

There was a time capitalism and communism battled each other. I am of course simplifying the conflict by a whole lot but that was how most of the world saw it then and even now. I was at the Tate Modern in London recently. Inside the museum, there is a room filled with communist propaganda […]

London is almost always, almost everywhere under surveillance. But the authority misses a spot here. This is at the Seven Dials.

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