As my father did before me, I practice Law for a living. Law and Courts are all right and well, but my work it's not about them, it's about the men who claim before them.
I uphold freedom of association, but out of a sense of fair play, I abhor discrimination in any shape. That today in the name of spurious collective rights, discrimination and blatant breaches of equality before the Law target Israelis, and ultimately Jews —a much maligned nation whose individuals haved harnessed their prodigal talents, and resources to share them so liberally with the rest of humankind—, offers through the ceaseless burden of unwarranted censure, unfair criticism, and slurs that still beset Jews, the chance of a good fight for the sake of the freedoms and liberties of gentiles.
Ignacio Wenley Palacios — Alicante, Autumn 2017