Tag Archives: 18° Century

International Women’s Day 2019

Mostly in the industrialised countries on International Women’s Day newspapers and radio shows are filled with women’s voices, but in the poor development areas the women stay quiet. As journalism became a profession, women were restricted by custom from access … Continue reading

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Preparing for an important election

Grassroots support can be the difference between winning and losing elections. This year Belgium shall have to encounter one of the most important elections in its short history. People shall have to bring out their vote for the way they … Continue reading

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Intellectual servility a curse of mankind

“The earth has enough for everyone’s need, but not for everyone’s greed.” Is it true that the State is an institution which was developed for the very purpose of establishing monopolies in favour of the slave and serf owners, the … Continue reading

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A second look at Manifesta 9

In Winterslag nu als Creatief Centrum and C-Mine and Manifesta 9 I brought my first comments on one of the top three visual arts events in Europe, the nomadic biennial Manifesta 9 in the old Waterschei mine site in Genk, Limburg province. … Continue reading

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Leaving the Old World to find better pastures

Reason to look for New Pastures The  country where many grew up and currently see is unrecognisable from the times when we were a child. For many it is also nothing like any more of what they hear from their … Continue reading

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