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Happy birthday Louis!

April 24th, 2024 No comments

Well, it is Louis birthday, 6 years. Louis seems to be a charming members of the royal family. He is happy and glad. He has a good spirit around him. Happy birthday prince! And may you have a good day, with a lot of good presents from your wonderful family. G-d bless the will to […]

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King Charles III

February 7th, 2024 No comments

Dear Charles, it really chocked me, to hear about your current disease. I am so, so sorry. I know how these things can be a burden. I wish it was different, but at the other hand, you have to take the things that life throws at you, and make the best of it. Here is […]

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Prince Philip

April 12th, 2021 No comments

Dear Elisabeth, sincere condolences with your late husband Prince Philip. I have myself tried to be through such trials, loosing someone I really liked, and I must say, that I really sympathise. You cannot describe the loss you feel, when someone so close goes away. So this is not a critical review of Prince Philip, […]

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The will to persevere

September 11th, 2017 No comments

In the upcoming conflict with some of the worst elements of the migration, the English public and service seem to be paralysed. It could be political correctness, that is, cultural communist control, some of it is perhaps. But there is a deeper problem, that really seeps into the system, stopping the actions of all who […]

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New book

February 21st, 2015 No comments

Writing a book is like sailing a ship, you start out on the voyage, and you have an idea about the destination, but at the end of the day, you often end up somewhere else, somewhere beautiful, otherwise the trip would be pointless. So, I am starting this new book, for once just because I […]

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November 30th, 2013 No comments

The first impression a had of England, was at a vacation when I was thirteen. I remember the funny looking punks in the street, and the nice landlord in the hostel, who served chips, sausage and eggs in the morning. To my mind, it seemed really complicated. I was only thirteen, so that was not […]

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November 29th, 2013 No comments

When you fight for something or someone, you need at deep and serious philosophy to fight for. Take the French revolution. In that time, philosophers invented and reinvented many ideas of government and statehood. Often it was the bohemes and the discredited intellectuals who actually invented the new ideas. Same with Communism in fact, psychology […]

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April 27th, 2013 Comments off

Europe is under attack from foreign invaders, this the fact. The same people who sacked and burned the Boston Marathon are in Europe, in huge numbers. This is the fact. It does not apply to all immigrants, but a great part of the immigrants are not in harmony with the countries they have fled or […]

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Freedom, justice and love

From the beginning The United States of America have been on a winning course, the resilience and the staunch opponence to all that would wish to take freedom and justice from the world, is a course of peace. It has been, and it should always be so. Now, the Great country of the Bold and the […]

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The secret police of the north

October 5th, 2012 No comments

We have a problem in Northern Europe. Let me be absolutely frank about it; there is a concentration of Islamist power in the northern region. It has come about through infiltration of the UN, forcing the UN to send so called “refugees” to Northern Europe, picking Islamists footsoldiers to send to asylum camps. Not all […]

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August 17th, 2012 No comments

Being a Dane, I have a special relationship to the English. It goes back thousands of years. I will tell you English a little story, or perhaps a few stories. The first time I really had a deeper understanding of England it was because I read the story of the founder of my philosophical line; […]

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I remember when I first read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; the endeavours of professor Challenger and his spirited companions. The young lord who fought for freedom and justice in South America, and Conan Doyles firm belief in spirit and the communion with parents and other deceased. I realized, that he was a part of what […]

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The resent challenges England is meeting is horrendous; terrible assaults in english underaged girls, horrendous mismanagement by the official responsible institutions, and a very hard and natural anger by the citizens who are hurt by the atrocities. Beneath the problems itself lies a web of mismanagement, lack of initiative and a thorough demoralization of the […]

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Skjold and Dan

The current development of the European project is interesting in many ways. The basic question is? On what lines will the development unfurl? One of the basic difference between Danish and Anglo Saxon theory is the difference in the understanding of race. In England and beyond the different groups of people have always, at least […]

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Strategy in the light of the demonstration

Now, post demonstration wise, things are starting to clear up, and the basic political realities are getting clearer and clearer. This will underline the new strategic implications the liberal perspective will have to apply to fight another day. Let us try to focus the analysis of the current political realities. First of all, the shocking […]