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Fausto Correia - Death
... Väyrynen Kyösti Virrankoski French MEPs 2004–2009 East France Jean Marie Beaupuy Catherine Boursier Bruno Gollnisch Natalie Griesbeck Benoît Hamon Marie-Anne Isler-Béguin Véronique Mathieu Pierre ...
Sérgio Sousa Pinto
... Kyösti Virrankoski French MEPs 2004–2009 East France Jean Marie Beaupuy Catherine Boursier Bruno Gollnisch Natalie Griesbeck Benoît Hamon Marie-Anne Isler-Béguin Véronique ...
Silvia Adriana Ţicău
... Paavo Väyrynen Kyösti Virrankoski French MEPs 2004–2009 East France Jean Marie Beaupuy Catherine Boursier Bruno Gollnisch Natalie Griesbeck Benoît Hamon Marie-Anne Isler-Bégu ... Petri Sarvamaa Hannu Takkula Sampo Terho Nils Torvalds French MEPs 2009–2014 East France Sandrine Bélier Arnaud Danjean Joseph Daul Bruno Gollnisch Nathalie Griesbeck Liem Hoang Ngoc Véronique Mathieu ... Aylward Nessa Childers Mairead McGuinness North-West Pat the Cope Gallagher Marian Harkin Jim Higgins South Brian Crowley Seán Kelly Phil Prendergast Italian MEPs 2009–2014 Central Roberta Angelilli ...
Jean-Paul Gauzès
... of the European Parliament for the North-West of France ... Mitro Repo Hannu Takkula Sampo Terho French MEPs 2009–2014 East France Joseph Daul Véronique Mathieu Arnaud Danjean Michèle Striffler Catherine Trautmann Liêm Hoang-Ngoc Sandrine Bélier Nathalie ...
Noam Chomsky - Thought - Politics
... Gus Hall Noam Chomsky Bernie Sanders Cornel West Literature Looking Backward The Other America Why Socialism? Voluntary Socialism Related topics Socialism Utopian ... Hungarian Revolution of 1956 May 1968 in France Left Communism in China Zapatista Uprising Argentinazo Related topics Anarchism Libertarianism Left-Li ... Moderna Individualist anarchism in Europe Individualist anarchism in France Spanish Revolution Barcelona May Days Red inverted triangle Labadie Collection May 1968 Provo LIP Kate Sharpley ...

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    It is not enough that France should be regarded as a country which enjoys the remains of a freedom acquired long ago. If she is still to count in the world—and if she does not intend to, she may as well perish—she must be seen by her own citizens and by all men as an ever-flowing source of liberty. There must not be a single genuine lover of freedom in the whole world who can have a valid reason for hating France.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)

    Many are concerned about the monuments of the West and the East,—to know who built them. For my part, I should like to know who in those days did not build them,—who were above such trifling.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)