The Baron is heading home from Warsaw. A very long trip from Poland to Schloss Boddisey, about 18 hours counting layovers.
I’m having some computer problems that the tech people were unable to solve but they did reduce the problem enough to allow me to tell you about the radio interviews the Center for Security Policy did with some of the participants at the meeting in Warsaw.
If you click on the link, you’ll see the buttons for the radio interviews:
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff • Liz Schmidt • Ned May • Stephen Coughlin
Hope you enjoy listening to them all. They worked hard – to me the most excruciating kind of labor: sitting in chairs listening to bureaucratic bumpf paid for by George Soros.
They made a difference
The Baron likes to say that the most we can do is move things at the margins. With all the preparation he did ahead of time, making sure that he and his colleagues could turn the globalist Soros’ words right back against them, that happened: a victory at the margins of keeping speech free for us all.
I hope you take the time to listen, especially to Steve Coughlin. He really is a leading light in this pushback.