Letters to the West

seven years in Tibet-in-Exile (and counting …)

.:: Freedom of … baaahh … ::.

What luck for the rulers that men do not think.— Adolf Hitler

Erosion of liberty in the United States

While monks, nuns, and lay people in Tibet writhe in pain and die for the crime of carrying a photo of a religious leader, people in the United States passively “pursue [or are pursued by?] their lifestyles” — while their government and commercialism (the real power) herds them like sheep

Maybe Amerika is finally coming to its senses?

  • US terror law ‘unconstitutional’
    A law allowing federal anti-terrorism agents to access information on the US public without a warrant has been ruled as unconstitutional by a US judge.

Some thoughts about liberty from Benjamin Franklin

  • more to come

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Written by walker

7 September 2007 at 9:53 am

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