Change

December 7th, 2019 No comments

The workers have been abandoned by the socialists in many countries. That is what is really changing the political landscape in Western Europe and in the US.

This shift have come due to a change in politics by the socialists. Classical Marxism was all about workers and workers rights, but Frankfurtschool Marxism is all about minority rights and social justice.

This development has been seen without much reflection by the socialists, and has hence just left the classical workers standing without a political class to represent them.

To me this is not an either/or, but a two pronged strategy, that helps the workers back in the limelight, and at the same time does not leave the anti racist stance.

I am not in liking of racism, but I do believe, that you do not fight racism with racism. This is fault of mr. Corbyn I think. He fights racism by hiring people of color. To me, color is just a social construction. We fight racism much better by finding a way to unite people under one banner.

That is why I have talked so much about civil rights and Democracy. Because this banner will not care about color, only care about intention.

I know, that it is difficult to fight something with Hope and Change, but that has always been my idea about how things should go down. By Changing the world without all these negative ways. Finding a true and positive way.

It works, as the US is a testament to.

So either the conservatives or the socialdemocrats have joined this way of actually finding some beautiful and worthwhile as their ideas. And have then often succeeded.

I hope that the UK will also succeed after Brexit, and truly believe, that Democracy and shared human rights will unite the country.

There are many hoops and crevices we need to jump over and into. But we will get there eventually.

G-d bless the will to find new ways.

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Speaches

December 5th, 2019 No comments

Well, as there is only one week to the election. I believe, that we are in a good position. If we compare the other two elections before this, first that of Cameron, and then of May. This time around we are actually much better faring. Why?

I would point to two factors. The first is the obvious conservative agenda. Brexit falls naturally along Conservative ideaology of one nation Great Britain.

Secondly it is about the leader, and this is where there is still a potential to reap in the final week.

One of the ‘secret weapons’ Mr. Barack Obama wielded with such alacrity and success, was his eminent ability to speak to the heart of the Americans. He is such an eloquent speaker.

This is something that has not been much in focus this election, but it is a very potent arrow in a good politicians quiver.

What we did in the last election where mr. Obama was doing his eminent work, was that we went around in different areas and spoke.

Mass rallies in factories, stadiums and so on.

Thing is, it is not only the listeners in the venue of the speech that is the target of the speech, it is all those who listens to the soundbites afterwards.

I mean, just think about it. ‘Yes we can!’, or ‘I have a dream’, or ‘tear down this wall’. All the defining moments of great speeches.

It is the most effective tool in a politicians workbench, if he is a good speaker.

So, that could, potentially, lead us to the end without loosing anymore ground, and perhaps win us over those seats in northern England.

G-d bless the will to speak.

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Change

December 4th, 2019 No comments

Well, there is a bit of a fight going on in the Democratic Party of the US. Somehow the legacy and ideas of the Obama presidency is discussed and the true heirs to the ideas that mr. Obama presented to the world is fought over.

As one of the contributors to the ideology of mr. Obama it made me think about Change.

How does Change actually happen.

One of the greatest example of Change to my mind, was the development in Athens 2500 years ago. Here the greatest minds of the classical world; Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Isocrates, Xenophon and many, many others lived through a time of great intellectual development.

We still hold the classics and best books of this time to high regard, and still read them with great wonder and respect.

But, and this is important, to truly understand Change, they weren’t exactly good friends all these ideologist. They were, even master and pupil, very much in disagreement.

Take Plato and Aristotle. Aristotle was Platos best pupil. Aristotle defined his own ideology, that in many regards, were in complete opposition to that of Plato. Just take their ideals. Plato revered Sparta, whereas Aristotle revered Athens as examples of political system (that is why Aristotle is the main go to philosopher when it has something to do with Democracy, because Athens is the birth cradle of Democracy).

Anyway my main point in regards to some of the diversions we see in the Democratic Party, and actually in between many of the readers here on Rubicon, that is the way Change works.

If you have new ideas, they never stay rigid and fixed, they are like a fountain, projecting water of ideas high in the air, whereas the result is not a fixed picture, but a plethora of rivers running in many different directions.

That is the way Change works.

So I mean, don’t be angry each other for not having the same ideas about things, accept that you have the same outspring, but use the ideas in different ways.

So, perhaps, this will make you accept each other, and be a source of peace.

G-d bless the will to see the world for what it truly is.

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Election

December 2nd, 2019 No comments

Well, things are truly heating up in the UK election. I think we have had a good run in focusing on Brexit again, and we have been pretty unlucky in focusing on security.

We should be honest about the winning ticket, it is Brexit. But we should also be honest about what is ALSO a problem, and that is the security of the country.

I have a feeling, that the voters do not trust the political class to truly deliver on this issue, that is why it is a problem. When we remind them, that we have actually not been good at doing anything, then they get depressed and demoralized.

It is actually a truly depressing and serious problem, that travels into a deeper and much more concerning set of problems.

I believe, that essentially it is a problem of a vicious debate climate. Just mentioning the problems, will get you crucified in the media, and thus, it is truly difficult to get public support behind the process. We are a bit more lucky here in Denmark, because I have been able to push the sincerity and balanced view more agressively.

So, that is truly a deep and worrying problem. Hopefully, we can manage to turn the boat around after Brexit, when we can truly start to rev up the political engine on this issue.

Anyway, we are still leading with quite a margin, and we will win easily. Mr. Corbyn has been loosing ground in terms of ability to set the agenda, and he is rapidly loosing ground with the workers of northern England. That is a very obvious opening.

Mr. Corbyn har been married to identity politics, and has not, as the American Socialdemocrats, been able to find a link between the old and the new ideas.

Be as it may, as long as we keep the discussion on Brexit we will win, it is what this election is about.

It is about the liberty of Great Britain, and in this we have truly historic calling. We should heed that calling, with all of what we are, and what we can manage of power, to the people.

G-d bless the will of the people, and may they reign supreme.

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Election

December 1st, 2019 No comments

Well, it is, as it always is, in the last 14 days of the election, that things really get hot.

Here are my two advices in regards of this election.

1. Be realistic about what gets the tories support. It is not the NHS, is is not the security issues (except from internatal security, battling islamists). It is the ability to deliver a Brexit that gets Britain COMPLETELY unshackled from the EU. This does not mean, that some of the worries of the remainers should not be addressed. They should be addressed, among these issues the scare among newly migrated EU citizens to Britain, how do we tackle that. Or the complaints about fisheries and so on. There are numerous issues that need tackling. But freedom as a principle is what the majority of the Brits want.

You can see it on the last bump we had after the peace we made with mr. Farage. Why did we get some extra support from that, because it gives people hope, that we will deliver at Brexit that is actually full of independence.

It is the prospect of freedom that inspires people. Beat that drum, be honest, and show people, that in the long run, Britain will be free. As you yourself admonished mr. Johnson, ending up with a Canada plus agreement would be all fine and beautiful.

2. There is a huge scare and rightful angst of all the violence done by extreme islamists in the UK. The terrorattack yesterday is just one incident in a string of many incidents. Giving a realistic answer to a way of tackling that issue, will be your final argument in the election, I think.

Just as there always is that defining moment for everybody else in an election, the INTERNAL security threat of Islamism, is a problem that needs to be tackled head on.

Repatriation, focus on extreme Islam and all these methods will get you comfortably into number 10.

Then don’t misunderstand mr. Corbyn. He is a good man, and people can tell that when they listen to him. He is actually not an apparatchik. He truly believes in what he preaches, and that will win a lot of hearts over to his cause.

As a Jew myself, off cause I am very critical towards all the criticism that has landed on his table. This is serious. But he believes in his own ideas, and people like that.

So if and when you criticize him. Don’t go after the man, go after the ball. Because the alliance with Hamas and other such abhorrent organizations may be done after a fashion of good faith, but these organizations are not good.

But don’t underestimate him, he is a good fighter, and he believes in his ideas. In fact, I like him much better than mr. Milliband, that seemed very much like an apparatchik.

What we need is faith and power, not just another talking head.

G-d bless the fair isles of Britain.

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Peace

November 29th, 2019 No comments

I have been a long time silent on the Middle Eastern issue, that of Israel and the rest of the Middle East.

When I was commenting on the development under mr. Barack Obama, we saw an amazing development aimed at peace. We actually had a few years without so much bloodshed in Israel, and generally in the Middle East.

This seems to have been forgotten these days, rockets are flying over Israel, and in Iran cyber security is the new frontier.

I am truly sorry. I do not speak for all of Jews, only for myself essentially, but with some support from Jews around the world.

What do we do, to stop the fighting?

First of all, my claim is, that through an equal balance between Iran and Israel, there is a chance for peace.

As long as there is inequality in terms of power, there will be war.

But if we, through dialogue, actually seek to find some understanding of each other. There is a small chance of getting back unto the track of peace.

This is my opinion, and though I know that it may drown in the wailing of the sirens, it must be said.

G-d bless the peace we can find in the Middle East.

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The election

November 28th, 2019 No comments

There is a reason why, I do not comment very much on the British election. The reason is not because I do not follow the battle, but simply because it seems to me, that there is not much to comment on.

The great problem was, initially, to make some kind of peace between the upstart mr. Farage, and the established, mr. Johnson.

That is actually working right now. I believe, that there is a beautiful balance between the two parties. Mr. Farage is still in the constest, and has the ability to protest, if the promises about post Brexit is not met by mr. Johnson, and mr. Johnson has a clean run on number 10.

How come, that we are in this situation, where there is so little to fight against and for?

I have been asking myself that question over and over again. There is no simple answer. But there is the complex answer, that the middle leaning compromises of the day is working. That is a mix of pro British business plan, heightened security, a focus on healthcare and a high profile in foreign politics.

Exactly the mix that mr. Obama won with in his election term number two. That is the second term of his presidency.

It is simply a winning mix.

Add to this a mild criticism of Islam, and there you have it, a good manifesto.

There will be more conflicts up and ahead. Among them; internal conflicts between the many ethnicities of the current UK, foreign conflicts as the one with China, potential rivalry with the EU. But all these conflicts, dangerous as they may be, are possible to handle, and there are many roads of action in front of us.

What is given, I would say, is the closer relationship with the US. Both UK and the US really need each other in an increasingly hostile world. Again the conflict in and around China is set to go off at any moment now, and the UK have their former crown colony Hong Kong to worry about. In this conflict the US and the UK share common interest.

So, welcome to a new world, where the “anglosphere” is once again trying to mend the fences, and getting “great again”, whatever that means.

There are many potential conflicts up and ahead, but at least now we have a good fighting change. We had not before.

G-d bless the United Kingdom.

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Building bridges

November 27th, 2019 No comments

Well, there is a bit of a conflict within the Democratic Party, as the middleman (I have a good name in both camps), please let me give you a perspective that might serve as a bridge between the new radical ideological perspective, and that of Obamanism.

First of all, in the original theoretical socialist perspective, there has never been simple answers. In the beginning, in France (that is at the time when the US was founded), it was mainly a platonic ideology, mixed up with a great deal of Aristotleanism.

Since neither Plato or Aristotle are simple, the ideas of that time was neither.

At the next phase of socialism, it was neither simple. Especially Karl Marx put his mark on socialism, and was thus a conduit of the mainly French ideology of that time.

Things Change, and the ideas of Marx are not necessarily viable for today, but rather the legacy of the man will carry through in some of his ideas, but not all.

If we confront ourselves with the legacy of Marx, there are some things that did work, but is forgotten today, and some things that did not work, but still seems to be a important thing to many socialists.

Let me explain. Marx was essentially a Neoplatonist like I am. He pointed to Sparta as the ideal society, and tried to build a societal structure that reflected that of Sparta. That is why it is called communism, because that was what Sparta was, a community of soldiers meeting in the mass everyday.

At the same time, he took another thing of Plato, that of dialectism. He essentially saw the world as a development between two points of extreme arguments.

Now, Marx was right in using dialectism, but wrong in copying Sparta in the way he copied Sparta. He went against Lycurgus (the founding philosopher of Sparta), and preached open borders. According to Lycurgus, that is the one thing you cannot do, if you want a well functioning community. Any community needs borders.

So to be honest and realistic about a state that has strong communal value, you need to close the borders.

Again, this is not to argue for a closed world, it is simply to point out the inherent theoretical flaw in the ideology.

Anyway, I get lost in the theoretical discussion.

My basic point is; what we have missed lately in the socialist thinking, and what really work, is dialectism.

The view of the world, that takes into account, that we need more political perspectives in one political perspective, to make the ideas to work.

My economic philosophy is one example. That there are two factions within the business community, those who are loyal to the country, and those who are not loyal to the country. What we do to make an economy work is to support the businessmen who are loyal to the country, and criticize those who are not loyal.

See the dialectics in that?

Or my take on Islam. Here I tried to use the dialectic approach on Islam in the sense, that I deemed Muslims who are into political Islam as islamists, and Muslims who accepts and support democracy and democratic law as Muslims to be supported.

I mean, we have to fight terror, but definitely not all Muslims.

Again a dialectical approach.

Marx was, as the inherent Neoplatonist, right in this view.

I believe, that in practical political implementation, this works. The US is having an economic boom, the workers are back in jobs, and we have reached some kind of tentative peace with most of the Muslim world.

That is a prove of concept.

So for now, in the internal discussion within the Democratic Party, use that knowledge to breach the gaps, and build bridges. Try to find the extremes of your arguments, and then see the syntheses.

That will carry you all through, without that dangerous fractioning of the party.

We are not all right, but we all have a bit of the right view each of us. Through dialectism, we can find that common ground.

G-d bless the common ground we may find.

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The humbleness of Democracy

November 25th, 2019 No comments

There is a challenge in the Democratic Party in these days. We try to find a way to move forward in a political climate that is, honestly, poisonous.

Can we, is there any way, that we can be inspired by the ancients in this regard.

Well, there are one or two wise men, that could teach us something if we try to understand what they are saying.

Democracy is founded, many say, by a little obnoxious character in the classical citystate of Athens.

In the classical time, this questionable character wandered around in the streets of Athens, and did some wonderous things. He was the soul of Athens, that city of an amazing cultural beauty.

This guy had a name, he had the name of Socrates.

Now, we say, that Democracy has the quality of freedom, and is the enemy of the tyrant. How is this exactly?

Well, what is a tyranny? A tyranny is a system, where the rulers do not listen to the people, but force their will onto the people.

But there is an interesting facet of tyrannies, that we often do not understand or think so much about. That is the fact, that tyrannies are never without ethics. Tyrannies are the opposite of freedom, it has all the rules of the world. Tyrannies are political systems where a bunch of rules regulate the people. Telling them what to do, sometimes down to the smallest detail.

The tyrants never see themselves as bad people, on the contrary, they see themselves as very good people. They have values and virtues, that they seek to impose on the people, for their own good, off cause.

This is where Socrates comes in, because he has this solution onto the problem of rulers, who see themselves as knowing better than everybody else.

He himself, who was, no doubt, one of the wisest men of Athens, went around in Athens and asked the people there about things. He asked the poets, the politicians and the soldiers. And they all “had the answer”.

Then Socrates thought about it, and he knew, that he DID NOT have the answer.

So he thought. I must be the wisest of all, because I know, that I do not know everything.

In other words, the wisdom and quality of Democracy is the knowledge, that you may have some answers, but you know that you don’t know everything. So you are open for a debate.

That is the core of Democracy, that you are open to what other people have of ideas and questions. This makes the Democratic republic move forward in true wisdom and with respect for those who are citizens of said republic.

Maybe we don’t know everything. Maybe we are not those who are the best in defining ethics and what is right and wrong. Just maybe Socrates was on to something.

So, this is the message of today, be open minded, don’t bury yourselves in “I know it all attitudes”. But listen to what other people have to say. I mean, perhaps even at the other side of the aisles there are actually principles and ideas that we can adopt and work on.

In that way, we try to avoid the fractioning of the great nation of the US in secluded and closed groups.

By that, we try to make unity again. Because, that is the core of the United States of America.

G-d bless that revolutionary idea, that we all love. G-d bless that beautiful nation. G-d bless that home of the brave and the land of the free.

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Made in America

November 21st, 2019 No comments

A lot of the ideas, that Barack and I had, have now become a integral part of the Democratic Party. Let me explain.

First of all, economics.

Barack and I criticized the movement of jobs from America to overseas, especially to China. This took jobs from a lot of hard working Americans, and left them in poverty. Whole cities that used to be dynamic working class cities have ended up in ruin, as Detroit among others.

So we set out to get the jobs back, and we suceeded actually. This is the reason why the US is in good repair these days, and the jobs are there. Especially working class jobs. That is also jobs for people of a Latin American, African and Middle East background. Not only classical workers.

How did we do that?

Well, by understanding the mindset of businesspeople, and understanding the theory behind free markets.

First the business people. There are, roughly, two kinds of business people. The good guys, and the bad guys. The good guys are hard working industrialists, who are very patriotic. They build things, and support the local community with money for education health care and so on. They care. Like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.

What they are really into, is making wonderful products, not just making money.

At the other hand, there are the consultants and private equity. They have no responsibility towards anything, country, faith or anything. It is all just a matter of making money. So they have been behind most of the outsourcing of jobs. As we called Mitt Romney “chief of outsourcing”. That is not good for the American worker, that is not good for the American economy, and it is extremely bad for the military, because the military is dependent on a strong industry.

So what we did was to support the good guys like Apple and Microsoft, and punished the bad guys like the outsourcers.

This is a TWO WAY method. Only punishing will not work, only supporting will not work either. It is about supporting the good guys and punishing the bad guys.

The beauty of the method is, that the business people are often in agreement. They are also Americans, and most of them are loyal towards the country, they just need a little prodding.

So, instead of seeing the business people as inherently bad, we need to see them for what they are. Some bad, some good.

A positive take on the issue is off cause, to focus also on some of the good guys. Put up Apple as a good example. They moved a lot of their production back to the US. I mean, they are a leading company, we should promote their loyalty towards the working class. They are themselves liberal.

Also Facebook are liberal, and they keep a lot of the production in the US. Another good example.

My point is, the strategy was taking in a method that used both stick and carrot. Only using stick is seen as bad manners, and honestly it alienates a lot of American business.

Capitalism is at the heart of the US, but sometimes is looses its loyalty towards the country, and then it is ok to step in. But if it keeps its loyalty, it should have all the praise, tax reduction and general approval we can give it. Because industry contributes a lot to solve all kinds of problems, and pushes the country forward in a positive manner.

Making ALL business villains is not a good thing, we need to be sharp on the nuances of these issues.

Do that, and the country as such will prosper, not to mention that it makes a lot of jobs to working class people.

G-d bless the will to see things as they are in a complex world, and use a bit of wisdom.

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We are ok

November 20th, 2019 No comments

Mr. Obama has delivered quite a blistering criticism of the current development of the Democratic Party. It is going away in a very left wing conspiracy or direction.

It is as though that mr. Trump forces us to be desperate.

We do things in terms of politics, that we would normally not do.

Well, perhaps we should just try and take a look at the reality. Most of what mr. Trump has had succes with, is actually Socialdemocratic policies, especially in terms of economics. But also foreign policy, here I think of the conflict with China.

So in fact, we do not have to look for a political system that will actually work. We can just look at what is actually working. Ok, then mr. Trump has installed some kind of borders and ICE. But that is something we would have done ourselves anyway. Maybe not in such a harsh manner, but some kind of control is necessary.

So, maybe we should take it a bit easy, and go on from when mr. Obama was president. Just continue.

What we need, is a good candidate. I truly hope we get one of those.

G-d bless United States of America.

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Well done Boris

November 18th, 2019 No comments

I just want to deliver a rare praise of a politician. I have been the supporter of many, many politicians over the last 15 years, in Great Britain, it has been mr. Cameron, mrs. May and now mr. Johnson.

It is very rare with a politician of such a caliber as mr. Johnson. He is at the level of mr. Obama, but just in a bit different political perspective.

That is always a true joy to work with. As a result, the election is going quite well, and the possible results after the election are promising.

We should however be realistic about the challenges. We are looking at a rebirth of the British empire, but that is not going to be easy.

There are a lot of steps to take to reach that goal.

But mr. Johson is the right man for the job.

Well done Boris, I will look forward to hear an ode or two of Homer in the future. Such beauty and wisdom is well received in the halls of learning that is Great Britain.

G-d bless the fair isles of Great Britain.

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The heroes of old

November 12th, 2019 No comments

Well done mr. Farage, the sacrifice that you did in relation to the election will go down into history, as one of the finest moments of UK democracy. Let me explain.

In the olden times, before the Roman Empire, when the Canutes were ruling in the UK, there was this saying. The saying went: In order for the tree to grow, it must be watered by the blood of the heroes.

In other words, the Ask Ygrassil, the world tree needs sacrifice in order to live. You have just brought one of those sacrifices to your country. Giving Boris a clean run on the path to number 10.

This will ensure, that England will yet live. Yes, there are innumerable hurdles and difficulties ahead, but now when the UK is free to plot its own course, we can work with these challenges.

So, you have just won yourself a place in the halls of famous Englishmen along such esteemed men as Marlborough and Nelson.

So, there will a huge work in front of us, that I will try to cover, not least the ailing NHS and the wealthfarestate as such. This part of the state is in dire needs of repair, and an intelligent as well as no nonsense approach to it, will rescue it. But it will be tough.

Anyway, now we can finally work on some of the issues, that have been dormant for quite a long time now. Saving Britain from the collapse it was approaching.

Please, let G-d save the United Kingdom.

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United we stand, divided we fall

November 8th, 2019 No comments

Listen Boris, I have been a commentator on A LOT of elections. I only lost one over the years, and that was the election where mr. Trump got elected. Even that election was a half win, since mr. Trump still is a reader here at Rubicon.

The first mistake that is often done in elections, is unrealistic projections. To win, you need to be painfully honest to yourself. What are REALLY the ups and downs of a election.

The thing is, you CANNOT win on the deal you have made with the EU. This I do not say to say you have not done your best. But the fact of the matter is, that only through a friendship with mr. Farage are you going to have the support you need to win in the different boroughs of the UK. Why? Because if he decides to fight you in all of the UK, you will loose too many seats.

So you HAVE to come to some kind of agreement with mr. Farage.

He doesn’t support the EU agreement, so you need to find a way to make some kind of compromise.

The second problem with the deal, is, according to my friend Melanie Philips, the fact, that the agreement does not live up to the expectations of the electorate. To be honest, I do not really know the ins and outs of the agreement, but I know the voters. They want to be free. That is it, not more not less.

If the UK is still tied to the EU after the Brexit, they will be mad as, I don’t know, something not so good.

Thirdly, there is the Queen to consider. I know, that she does not have a political role to play directly. But she is the caretaker of the empire, and she wants to get out. Because the empire is suffering.

Getting on the wrong side of the Queen, is not a good place to be. She deserves our respect.

So, as I see it, you need to make some kind of deal with mr. Farage. I know, that it goes against the ingrained self respect that comes with being an Oxford alumni. But this is not about you, it is about the country, and there working with an upstart as Farage is needed to get the majority in house.

As we used to say, united we stand, divided we fall. It is the same in this situation.

You have to bite that apple, and after that, you will win as sure as the suns rises on Brasenose college.

G-d bless the will of the people.

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No deal or deal?

November 7th, 2019 No comments

The election in the UK is really problematic. Specifically in the conservative camp, where mr. Farage and mr. Johnson are two combatants fighting over the issue of Brexit. They are both Brexiteers, but have two different takes on, what Brexit is.

To mr. Farage it is no deal, to mr. Johnson it is deal made with the EU.

Let me give you a bit of a taste of what we experience right now in Denmark, maybe this could shed some light on what will happen if we make a deal.

I have just been instrumental in devising a rejection of ISIS warriors return to Denmark. The political agreement went through the entire parliament, and gave the ruling Socialdemocrats a huge boost in terms of electional support.

That is all well, but then the EU went into the issue, and have done two things. Firstly they have decreed that Denmark should accept more migrants. Not directly targeted at the ISIS issue, but as a probable spin off of the discussion here in Denmark. It was decreed by the ECJ, that is the judges of the EU. We cannot but say that we do not like the verdict, we are powerless in face of the ECJ. Hence there is no freedom there.

Secondly, and that is even more worrisome. The EU has financed a report branding Denmark all kinds of evil things as Islamophobes and so on and so forth. We have been very careful to not target all Muslims in condemning ISIS, I mean few other Muslims like ISIS.

So condemning ISIS cannot be islamophobia.

But even worse, the EU has worked together with mr. Erdogan of Turkey on the report.

That is the virtue of the EU, and something the UK could be met with, if the UK does not tear itself free from all the strings attached.

Therefor, my idea of a Brexit is, as mr. Farage, no deal. That is the only way that the UK is absolutely sure, that it is not confronted with absurd demands by the bureaucracy.

I like some of the stances of the EU, but the way they have treated Denmark lately is not ethical in any way. We are very careful not to tread on anyone’s toes, specifically not all Muslims. We differ.

So such a blunt attempt at controlling the migration efforts and reflection of Denmark is abuse of the vested power into the EU.

You should see the EU for what it is, and act accordingly.

G-d bless the will of the people.

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