(Timothy Ashby, South Africa, 08/13/18 11:27 am)
The BBC (and other Western media such as Bloomberg) has fallen for the distorted facts used by the ANC/EFF to justify takings of White-owned property. Whites do not "own 72% of the private
(Rodolfo Neirotti, USA, 08/13/18 5:11 am)
This recent BBC article on South Africa's land reform clearly explains the complexity of the issue:
(Cameron Sawyer, Russia, 08/13/18 4:21 am)
Daniel Pipes made no error. (See Eugenio Battaglia, 12 August, and John E's comments.)
England, and now the UK, most certainly has a Constitution. It is unwritten, is all, but that makes
(Edward Jajko, USA, 08/13/18 4:04 am)
Here are my comments on Enrique Torner (ET's) posting of August 4, 2018, on Vatican II
and various of its conciliar decisions.
Instead of a comprehensive list of t
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/12/18 5:49 am)
Very interesting post from Gary Moore (11 August) referring to an essay by Daniel Pipes.
Probably I had difficulties because I have not read the mentioned "English Constitution."
(Yusuf Kanli, Turkey, 08/12/18 5:07 am)
No comment needed...
JE comments: But Yusuf, commenting is m
(Henry Levin, USA, 08/12/18 4:09 am)
Richard Hancock's stories of the Old West and the run-of-the-mill suffering of the indigenous population, no worse than others who were conquered, is missing an enormous piece. That is the devast
(David Duggan, USA, 08/11/18 3:09 pm)
Though WAISers are worried about land reform, Brexit, and the future of the universe under Donald J. Trump, I thought I'd note the passing of one, who though not of the Mandela-May-Merkel pantheon
(Timothy Ashby, South Africa, 08/11/18 12:34 pm)
John Eipper (August 10th) asked if the South African Restitution of Land Rights Act has been "renewed."
In 2014 the SA Parliament enacted amendments to the Restitution of Land
(John Eipper, USA, 08/11/18 4:30 am)
Gary Moore writes:
The Liberal-v-Conservative theme in Western society floats up panoramically--and distressingly--in a new essay from our recent WAIS touchstone,