A good week around the world
A good week this one for freedom around the globe:
- Japan votes in a landslide for privatisation of the postal service.
- Australia announces a major privatisation of telecommunications giant Telstra.
- The ruling socialists in Germany are soon to feel Angela Merkel's boot up their arse.
- In a week like this in which even Helen Clark says in a Leaders Debate that she is in favour of "maximising personal freedom as long as no one else's freedom is damaged," what could possibly happen next? Anyone like to make a guess? Isn't there something happening here on Saturday?