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Nigel Farage welcomes Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán to EU Parliament

Mr Orbán, welcome.

After the six-month farce of the Belgian presidency it's nice to see an elected prime minister from a proper country.

And how I enjoyed your denouncement of communism as a dangerous ideology, and I noted the pride that you took in the fact that Hungary were the first country to take up arms against the Soviet Union.

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Nationalism as a form of Racism and its Solution

The following video and text is a passage from Ayn Rand's article "Racism," published in the September, 1963 issue of The Objectivist Newsletter and included as a chapter in the book, The Virtue of Selfishness.

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What characterizes an ideal man?

What would be an example of an ideal man? Famous writer and philosopher Ayn Rand was obsessed with this idea. She described two such men in her novels: Howard Roark in The Fountainhead, and John Galt in the Atlas Shrugged.


Here is an excerpt from movie The Fountainhead in which Howard Roark (acted by Gary Cooper) makes his defense speech, in which Ayn Rand's vision of the ideal man can be clearly seen. From the speech it can be concluded that he is definitely a libertarian.


- video translated by CowboyBebop2012 YouTube channel.

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Music for Libertarians

Sons of Liberty: Brush-fires of the Mind

We libertarians have strong unwavering convictions, based on philosophy of freedom that has no shortcomings. However, in the collectivist world we live today our ideas are hard to get across, which may sometimes bring down our spirits.

 

Here's a musical suggestion to keep those spirits high, Sons Of Liberty: Brush-fires of the Mind.” Click on the image above or follow this link to the website http://www.sons-of-liberty.net and then use the MP3 box on the right side. Relax and enjoy!

2011 New Year's Resolution of a Libertarian

Here we are at the start of the 2011, and it's time to start acting out on those new year promises that so many of us made. You know, the usual promises such as resolving to lose weight, to exercise more, to stop smoking or drinking, to get better grades in school, to save more money, and so on. I myself could certainly make a pledge to lose a couple of kilograms, spend less time on my computer, and exercise more often, but that's not the kind of resolution I want to bore you with. Instead, I want to tell you about my Libertarian New Year's resolution.