‘Legitimate aims’ of national governments are a deeply worrying element in two of the ECHR-rulings I criticized in so called ‘long texts’ that can be found in the category Judicial Activism. More specifically under the heading Elephants in Courtrooms. It is disgusting. To use an understatement The texts on the two above mentioned ECHR rulings… Continue reading Legitimate aims of those governments
Month: February 2023
My tribute to Joanne Rowling, JKR, painted on a heptagonal self-made, rigid carrier. The next one in this series of tributes is of George Orwell. I actually started working on that one before I started with this one. My pinned tweet says: “If you oppose #misogyny and or nihilism the #transgenderism-agenda is THE issue you… Continue reading Painting JKRowling
Tears of relief at Swedish Superiority
This particular and personal story about tears of relief is actually an appeal to read a long, recently translated text of mine: this one. One could blame my emphasis on the idiocy of using that inappropriate use of the term ‘pyramid’ on the fact that worked as a math teacher. I advice you to switch… Continue reading Tears of relief at Swedish Superiority
Sensationally educational painting
Sensationally educational. Painting is a verb here!This is kind of a sequel to last week’s post: ‘Chalk on black paper‘. About a year ago I made the painting on the right. (Here, the blogpost after observing it at sunset!). Now I am painting on another wall and a door. While I am doing that, I… Continue reading Sensationally educational painting
Really, Types of Population Pyramids?
The nonsense of drawing a Population Pyramid of a shrinking population: that’s what this article is about. There have been population explosions in many countries. But it cannot be emphasized often enough: there is no question of a worldwide population explosion nowadays. In a number of countries, the population is already shrinking – in some… Continue reading Really, Types of Population Pyramids?
Quick experiment: chalk on black paper
Last week I mentioned I was going to participate in a four-day painting workshop by one of the best, if not the best traditional artisan painter in the Netherlands. Due to coincidental circumstances just today -for the first time in my life- I made this drawing with chalk on black paper. It was surprisingly educational: partly thanks to… Continue reading Quick experiment: chalk on black paper