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Theodore Dalrymple wonders why the US authorities do not ship their codemned criminals to Belgium where that country’s doctors, skilled at euthansia, won’t make a botch of the executions.

1st June 2013 0

Just because an economy as a whole does not grow it does not mean that no activity whatever increases. For example, there are now 4000 professional tattooists in France whereas ten years ago there were only 400. And in neighbouring Belgium last year the number of cases of euthanasia grew by a healthy 27 per cent (no pun intended). It … [Read on]

Theodore Dalrymple is asked if he would like to be the head of the British medical profession, along with quarter of a million other doctors

14th May 2013 0

I was briefly flattered the other day to receive an e-mail from the General Medical Council asking me whether I could be its Chair (meaning Chairman). Then I realised that it was a circular, not an actual invitation to me personally: it had, presumably, been sent to everyone on its e-mailing list. What were the duties of the Chairman? The … [Read on]

Theodore Dalrymple on leaving the Veronese exhibition at the National Gallery, comes across a drugged young woman with dreadlocks collapsed in the portico….

11th May 2013 0

A well-known conclusion of political philosophy, as well as of the most elementary reflection upon life, is that not all human desiderata are compatible one with another. This is so because Mankind not only is capable of desiring, but always desires something and its opposite at the same time. We desire, for example, both security and excitement, both freedom and … [Read on]

Theodore Dalrymple discovers that cricket is not cricket anymore

5th May 2013 0

I have taken no interest in cricket ever since cricketers started to wear baseball caps and vulgar coloured clothes, and behaved like footballers or basketball players when they took a wicket, hugging one another and making neanderthlal gestures of triumph. Last weekend I attended, for the first time in several years, a village cricket match. It was a heavenly day … [Read on]

Theodore Dalrymple ascends a lift awash with urine at the Gare du Nord

20th April 2013 1

Travelling frequently as I do between England and France, I am always depressed almost to the point of despair when I see the English at the airport. Never in human history can so many people have been so determined to make the worst of themselves. Self-respect is unknown to them. Fat or thin, they dress in a more slovenly fashion … [Read on]

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