Beatriz Gietner

October 12, 2017

SFL provides you with incredible chances of being the best version of yourself

Usually when I’m introduced to someone new, the exchange takes a bit longer than normal. By the time they try to pronounce my name with their respective accents and acknowledge where I’m […]
September 7, 2017

For a World of Freedom

A unique event was held for the second consecutive year in Gummersbach: the European Students for Liberty Top 100 retreat. For four days, in a little town in western Germany, freedom fighters […]
July 24, 2017

The Fight Against Darknet Markets Will Lead us Nowhere

The past week was a sad one for online freedom. Liberty’s last sanctuary has been threatened once again by the usual, ignorant and relentless governmental bodies in Europe and the US. Their […]
July 11, 2017

Is Chelsea Manning suffering from Stockholm Syndrome?

Chelsea Manning went to hell and back, and while the most logical response would be to hate the devil, that isn’t what she’s leading us to believe. Her case is still controversial […]
July 10, 2017

To Care or Not to Care: Why the Non-aggression Principle Might Not be Enough

Rather than telling others what to do and what to think, the libertarian method of spreading the key concepts of our philosophy have proven fruitful. We witness day by day increasing numbers […]
July 3, 2017

By Fining Tech Companies, EU Bureaucrats are Working Against Us

David Friedman, following the steps of his dad Milton, wrote two chapters exclusively dedicated to monopoly in his “The machinery of freedom” of 1973. In those chapters he classifies monopolies according to […]
June 11, 2017

Ireland’s Next Prime Minister isn’t a Friend of Liberty

Once you have already lost your faith in politicians, it is very rare that anything still surprises you. Unfortunately, such a surprise was also absent in Ireland’s last election, despite international headlines […]
April 20, 2017

Special Interests: A Crooked Tale of Two Countries

Being a Brazilian student in Ireland allowed me to extend my disheartening attitude towards the government across the Atlantic, and while in my mind a voice proclaimed “Europe cannot get any worse […]
April 12, 2017

Repeal the 8th: Irish Libertarians and the Abortion Debate

On the 8th of March, the International Women’s Day, Dublin experienced a commotion when people took the city’s main street to march for the referendum to repeal the eighth amendment to the […]