4liberty.eu N E W S L E T T E R [DECEMBER 2021]

Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts "Trompe-l’oeil: Letter Rack with an Hourglass, a Razor and Scissors" // Public domain

The December issue of the 4liberty.eu Newsletter provides an overview of the articles published on the 4liberty.eu website, serving as a starting point for further exploration.

After a turbulent year and a total of three general elections, Bulgaria finally has a government. Much like the new power in Germany, it is far from a stable, single-party rule but rather a patchy, colorful coalition of small powers and former enemies.
FNF & Budapest Pride:
The European Parliament’s LGBTI Intergroup has a history of 25 years and currently has 156 members out of the 705 seats in the European Parliament. The intergroup is chaired by Terry Reintke (Greens) and Marc Angel (S&D) and has a vice president from six political groups. The salary of the coordinator is financed by the six vice chairs and the two co-chairs..

Martin Vlachynsky (INESS):

Rationed Health Care and COVID-19

Autumn has arrived and rising hospital admission numbers has arrived with it. Looking around, I get the feeling that the pandemic issue has been reduced to just the issue of hospitals. The vaccinated are already ignoring the pandemic on a personal level – and the unvaccinated are too. (Un)vaccination has become a hard political stance and nothing can be done about it.
Radoslaw Sikorski (Liberte!):
The Poland of the United Right is in a state of chaos. And the government, instead of seeking allies and easing the situation, on each front only exacerbates the crisis.
Detmar Doering (FNF):
When he dies on December, 18 2011 – 10 years ago – the citizens of the Czech Republic and throughout the world are mourning. His significance continues to have an effect even after his death.

Jan Oravec (F.A. Hayek Foundation):

Phantom of Green Inflation

The economy has not yet recovered from the corona-crisis and is already threatened by another serious danger: green-flation. Based on the sound similarity of two words, inflation-greenflation, this new English phrase has only recently emerged.