Some thoughts on Freedom and a track – inspired by Carlo Strenger

I am about to finish one of the most intelligent essays I have been reading in years: “Abenteuer Freiheit” by Carlo Strenger. Western civilizations have acquired the right for freedom and need to understand that this freedom bears consequences for responsibility on every imaginable level. If everything is a matter of private choice, in return… Read more Some thoughts on Freedom and a track – inspired by Carlo Strenger

UPDATED: How many people it might need to bring down a dictator

In a the article “It may only take 3.5% of the population to topple a dictator” the Guardian, Erica Chenoweth, the author of the book Why Civil Resistance Works, speaks about the numbers of non-violent resistance and a few great examples in recent history where civil resistance proofed to be effective (Standing Rock, Pinochet, Milosevic).… Read more UPDATED: How many people it might need to bring down a dictator