The village – Wim Sonneveld

The Village by Wim Sonneveld may very well be one of the most romantic anti-modernist Dutch songs I have ever heard. It came out on the 18th of may 1974. Right around the time it must have started to become clear to people in the Dutch countryside that technology was changing the culture even outside the cities. It gives a sense of the confusion that older men who had seen different times must have experienced seeing their villages change so suddenly and rapidly.

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Podcast: A Discussion on a new Political Paradigm

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I’m not really happy with how this podcast came out, I feel like I still didn’t get the whole point across. So, I’m working on an in-depth article to see if I can get the Idea out there in the end.