domingo, 29 de janeiro de 2012


Acredito na Europa, muito. Só não acredito no que fizeram com ela. E há anos que penso isto, melhor dito, claro, por Umberto Eco: "The university exchange programme Erasmus is barely mentioned in the business sections of newspapers, yet Erasmus has created the first generation of young Europeans. I call it a sexual revolution: a young Catalan man meets a Flemish girl – they fall in love, they get married and they become European, as do their children. The Erasmus idea should be compulsory – not just for students, but also for taxi drivers, plumbers and other workers. By this, I mean they need to spend time in other countries within the European Union; they should integrate."

A totalidade da entrevista pode ser lida no The Guardian, clicar aqui.

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