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The Love of One's Country is a Dangerous Thing.

The Love of One’s Country is a Dangerous thing:
Kevin P Clements

“What sort of  love is this love that we have for countries? What sort of country is is that will ever live up to our dreams?What sort of dreams were those that have been broken? 933 more words

How to Be a Patriot

To criticize one’s country is to do it a service and pay it a compliment. It is a service because it may spur the country to do better than it is doing; it is a compliment because it evidences a belief that the country can do better than it is doing… Criticism, in short, is more than a right; it is an act of patriotism, a higher form of patriotism, I believe, than the familiar rituals of national adulation.” – J.W. Fulbright

Social Commentary



I salute Mike and Simon for the gesture of comradeship exhibited in Nambole. You are the leaders NRM needs as the natural law of negation of the negation follows its natural trend!!! 1,274 more words


Clothing Our Naked Villainy

There are few more quote-worthy subjects out there in the big wide world that patriotism. From Clemenceau who remarked that a patriot loves his country and a nationalist hates everybody else’s to Samuel Johnson’s witty aperçu defining patriotism as the last refuge of the scoundrel, there are no shortage of brilliant and occasionally scathing opinions on the subject. 540 more words


An evening at Atari - Wagah border

 Having witnessed glorious and romantic sunsets from different corners and terrains so far,

I used to recommend Himalayan sunset anyone for that special moment until now. 62 more words

Wandering Souls

How I Learnt To Like Country Music

Spend enough time in a place and you are bound to find things to like about it, so with our one year American anniversary coming up, here’s my top four list (still too lazy to do a top five) of the everyday things I’ve learnt to love about America. 856 more words