Time for a quick blog roundup, since we haven't had one for about a week.
The Brussels Journal links to some rather sobering statistics on immigration into Europe from the Third World in the Telegraph. Check out the map. The former Soviet Union is being depopulated. Everyone who can get out of there is going. No ideology has ever been wronger, in both senses of the word, than Marxism-Leninism. Look what a mess the former Russian Empire made itself into during seventy years; it'll take another seventy to fix it.
Catherine Seipp died. That's a shame. Our greatest sympathy to her daughter, "Cecile Dubois."
Chicago Boyz has a rather sad bit of historical explanation.
Colin Davies isn't surprised that Spaniards like the EU, and he also has an extensive and very funny list of contemporary Spanglish terms.
Confederate Yankee doesn't feel too sorry for the illegal immigrants getting deported.
Davids Medienkritik is feeling satirical.
Eursoc is a bit dry about the EU's birthday celebrations.
Expat Yank shoots down a rather dumb moral comparison in the Independent.
Fausta has commentary, including video, on a ridiculous Barbara Walters interview with Go to Hell Hugo.
Guirilandia has some entertaining Barcelona photos with amusing captions. Check it out.
Ibex Salad runs his stock market recap every weekend. Very useful for a quick snapshot of the Spanish economy.
La Liga Loca has a roundup of last weekend's football action.
Pave France heaps deserved scorn on Dominique de Villepin.
Playing Chess with the Dead has another update on the March 11 trial.
Rainy Day reflects on the Iraq war.
¡No Pasarán! points out that Zapatero's appeasement of Al Qaeda has simply led to more blackmail of the West.