Monthly Archives: June 2016

A vote for soft fascism

Originally posted on Notes from a Broken Society:
Yesterday’s vote to leave the EU is a leap into the unknown. It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the winning side hasn’t a clue what happens next.  No exit strategy, no negotiating brief. …

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I never expected to witness the slow suicide of a country, a civilization. I suppose nobody does. Let me tell you, there’s nothing epic about it. We who have the privilege of travel often look down in satisfaction at the … Continue reading

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Paulina Fernández

  Paulina Fernández, my Grandmother, was born in Buenos, Aires, Argentina on the 25th January 1907. I grew up listening to her stories and her jokes. She was full of life and love to her grandchildren, my sister Mónica and … Continue reading

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