A Price Worth Paying?

A Price Worth Paying?

What is the value of freedom? Throughout history it has been an ideal that wars have been fought over. A concept so important that our ancestors were willing to suffer and lay down their lives to protect it. They did this because they understood deep in their gut, that a life under the heel of a boot is not a life worth living. 

But to my dismay, it has become increasingly obvious over the past year that the general public does not share this principle. Out …

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The Liberland Team Visits Edinburgh

The Liberland Team Visits Edinburgh

Last month Scottish Libertarians had the delight of hosting the Liberland President Vít Jedli?ka, Vice President Bogie Wozniak and Justice Minister Zorana Kozomara for drinks at one of our regular watering holes The Caley Picture House on Lothian Road. The team was in town for a UNPO meeting at the Scottish Parliament and were glad to have an evening away from the hard work involved in creating a new nation and spend some time with like minded folks. The event started with the Leader of …

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IndyRef2? Why I Cannot Vote Yes (again)

IndyRef2? Why I Cannot Vote Yes (again)

“..for, as long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought under English rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself. .”

 

So assert those who signed the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320. A document that alongside Magna Carta is said to have influenced the founding fathers of America and their constitution.

The first …

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