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Europe – a bureaucratic oxymoron?

Last year I wrote about the bureaucratic struggles involved in a marriage with a foreign national in Vietnam. One year later, my wife and I are getting acquainted with the devastating bureaucracy that is sickening humans in Europe. Having lived … Continue reading

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East West Link, civil disobedience and the question of when it’s time we stand up against governmental crimes

After having published a poor CIS at the end of last year, the Linking Melbourne Authority resumed their drilling work early this year, what promptly led to clashes with unhappy citizens. Wrongly accused of “breaching the law” the offenders might … Continue reading

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