Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Lionheart in Portuguese

A Rosetta Stone for LionheartWe’ve added another language, Portuguese, to the Lionheart Rosetta Stone, bringing the total number of languages to fourteen. It was an unsolicited contribution that came in this evening by email.

This entire project has been very inspiring, and shows what can be done by a widely distributed network of dedicated volunteers. Once again, I want to thank everyone who participated; I can’t begin to express the gratitude I feel. It’s a privilege to work with such a fine group of people.

Don’t forget what this is all about: visit Lionheart’s blog and contribute to his defense if you can. He has a donation button on his sidebar.

It’s an investment in the defense of free speech for all of us.

[Nothing follows]


1389 said...

Fellow GOV fans:

If any of you have anything you would like me to post on 1389 Blog regarding the issues of freedom of speech and freedom of the press, please feel free to use this contact form to get in touch with me. I will return the message promptly.

1389 said...

Also, it seems that the Labour government in Australia is following in Communist China's footsteps and is getting ready to put in a nationwide web censorship system.

It's always supposedly to protect the children against pornography, but it's never about children or about pornography. It's always about stopping voters and taxpayers from learning what is going on in their own country and elsewhere.

And, of course, with Australia's anti-vilification laws, we all know where this is going...

Censorship! Is THIS what we want?

M. Simon said...


WB-7 First Plasma

The world has just changed. Cheap fusion is on the way. About 5 years.

Kylie said...

As an American, I want to thank not only all the people offering translations but also the correspondents at GoV who give us first-hand accounts and analyses of what's happening in Europe and elsewhere.

I've been reading online news sources for years but it wasn't until I started reading blogs such as GoV that I realized how much the MSM in the US and in Europe suppress news contrary to the far left agenda.

The work these "ordinary citizens" are doing is invaluable and much appreciated.