On Gilbert's Birthday, Let France Vote NON!

On May 29th, we celebrate the anniversary of the birth of one of Distributism's co-founders, G. K. Chesterton. The man was a gentle giant, a tall elf of a man, so to speak, who was both funny and wise on most matters.

He was also one of the most prolific writers in English in the 20th Century. He wrote over 100 books and introductions to 200 more. It is said that he wrote over 4,000 published essays, including the week of his death in 1936.

It is strange that, on his birthday, French voters will be deciding whether or no to ratify the proposed European Union constitution. We at the DR encourage French voters to vote NO on ratification. The nation's economy has been suffering from jobs shipped to Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Problems with their Muslim immigrant population, French families not reproducing themselves fast enough, excessive taxation and the spiritual gangrene of "secular fundamentalism" only aggrivate that poor country's troubles. Joining a globalist and neo-Soviet cabal like the EU - we aren't casting insults here, only describing the essence of the EU - will not help France get back on its feet.

So we at the Review encourage any of our readers in France to vote NO on ratification, and encourage others to do likewise. Then please learn about Distributism and begin to teach others. Then implement it wherever you live in your neighborhood, however long it takes.

Let France stay free by voting NO to the EU Constitution, and then say OUI to Distributism.

And Happy Birthday to you, dear Gilbert!


Paul Danon,  Monday, May 30, 2005 at 2:34:00 AM CDT  

The French did as DR asked (see news story). That nation has, however, a very long way to go before it is again sovereign. It can only be that outside the EU.

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