The way of Change

There are things going on i Europe, that is going to change us. The changes are a consequence of the radical physical changes that Europe is seeing.

So, what we conclude these days, are very important not only for us, but also for the future generations.

As when France went from aristocracy to democracy, those philosophers that was in the process really had a lot of impact.

THAT is why I truly believe, that the basis upon which we define the changes is truly important.

There has been a lot of discussion on the philosophical basis on which the criticism of the massive migration to Europe has happened.

There are answers to this, and then just things we have done.

As mr. Boris Johnson points out, one of the latest steps have been banning of the burka. And as he more rightly points out, it doesn’t make much sense. It is not a solution, and just a way to increase hostility.

We didn’t invent it, but are witnessing a common trend that we follow.

So, I believe that we did that wrong.

What we need to do, is to differ between those migrants who are against our system and forcefully seek to destroy it, and then just peaceloving migrants who seek to contribute.

There is no denying, that putting on a burka is not the most progressive thing to do. But if you can make money for yourself, support the community, and keep your kids out of crime. That is fine by me.

What is not fine off cause is tyranny, anti democratic behavior and crime.

Peace is built upon the acceptance of the system. Denmark as the UK is generally an uncorrupt, civil society, and we like to keep it like that.

It is not a matter of political colour or religion it is about the system.

Everybody should respect the system, that is the democratic constitution and common law based on the representatives of government.

The system should not deteriorate into unlawfulness, and the citizens should at the other hand respect the law. It is a two way system.

Don’t get me wrong, when I criticize the British system, it is not because I disagree, but because it is such a precious system, and not respecting the principles it is built upon, not only breaks the system down in Great Britain, but brings repercussions to all those who look up to Great Britain as an example to follow.

You are a beacon of civilization, we are scared if we see cracks in the wall of that system. It has to sustain its integrity.

The leader has to keep the fire and the moral.

We try our best in Denmark, to retain our liberties, and develop answers to the issues we face. But we also admire many things in England. Among those the impeccable system of law.

We also admire your boarding school system, and your way of live, your squeecky humor and your humanity.

We need to tackle the issues of migration, but it should be based on humanity.

Making just symbolic laws is stupid, I concur. But let us then at least discuss what to do within a humane frame of understanding. That will give us answers that are good and the best possible in a tremendously difficult situation.

G-d bless the fair isles of England.

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