The contenders

I have been neglecting the US for some time here on Rubicon, mostly because I have been really busy with Denmark and the UK. 

Put on hold but certainly not forgotten. Anyway, I hope that some of the things that is developed for the UK, can be used in the US as well. 

There is the question of the next generation of Democratic leaders. It is a little difficult for me to really follow the trends there. I am basically too far away, but, as always, I do my best. 

I have been thinking a lot about mr. Mark Zuckerberg. I can relate a lot to Mark. We have very much the same background. Both grew up in secular more or less Jewish family, IT, and the succes we have had with each our professions. 

Here are my recommendations. First of all. Politics is so tough. Much tougher than you would imagine. There is a lot of tactics, you have to be realistic about the pressure it puts on you and your family. 

But, that is what it demands. At the other hand, it gives you an opportunity to really make a difference. It is also much more challenging than IT. 

Not that IT is not challenging, it is, and MUCH better payed. But the skills you need to fight in politics are different. You need to be a fighter, have a superior character, have depth of knowledge, be a very good and loyal friend, and then you need to feel the burning desire to make a better world. 

Anyway Mark, my door is always open. Invite me to your house, or pop by. I would like to help you, as all the other contenders. You may have to pay the ticket for the US however, considering the low pay of bloggers these days.

The US in general is in a much better position than ten years ago, and we will manage. 

G-d bless the US of A.

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The wealthfarestate

To truly understand the depth the change that we may be able to carry forward in the UK, one needs to understand the problems that we are facing. 

The socialist doctrine of free movement and free everything is not a viable way forward. 

What is viable however, is to understand what the shortfalls of said system has, and then remedy where it is not working and find a new way. 

Ok. Have a look at it this way. Nobody really knows what socialism is. The only ones who truly had an idea about it, were the first socialists around Karl Marx and perhaps the first generation around Lenin. Why? Because Marx wrote in a typical German way, which is almost impossible to understand. 

Being Danish, and that is what people call very German in many ways, I do understand it to a certain degree. But only after checking the sources of Marx do I really understand it, and then also the problems of Marxist thinking. 

Here it comes. Marx made a replica of Sparta, or rather he was very inspired by Sparta. 

There is however one problem. Marx did understand the classical sources, but he never went into absolute nerd with the old texts. He has read Lucretius, a bit of Plato, but not all the texts that describes Sparta, and not all the texts that describes Athens, the Democratic counterweight to Sparta. 

So he missed quite a few things. What he really missed are the following:

1. According to Lucretius a communist society needs to be closed, not open. This is important to know when we talk wealthfarestate. This is why EU does not work for countries like Denmark, it simply ruins the wealthfarestate. 

2. Sparta had checks and balances internally in Sparta. There were two kings, and there was a council called the Ephors, who advised the king. This is important to understand in the light of the communist states that evolved into corrupt kingdoms. A socialist system will not work unless there is a check on the power. 

3. Sparta had gods and goddesses as any other polis of the time. They had a fervor for law, almost as a G-d. 

Now, there was a lot of criticism of Sparta in the days it actually worked, something we can learn from today. First and foremost, it was criticized for being too insulate. That was why it eventually died out. Spartans had too few children. Why? Because basically there was no meaning in having children. The state took them over anyway. The same problem is very true for the socialist or communists countries of today. Especially in Western Europe, where the wealthfarestates have had a tremendous decline in birthrate. It is not because people are generally full of weltschmerz, but because the system makes it like that. 

If you do not have a wealthfarestate, then people have more children, because then the family becomes the social security. 

The other thing that was a huge problem in the antiques, was the Crypteia, the secret police of Sparta. It was loathed, and it was used to dominate and tyrranize the helots, the slaves of the Spartans. 

The same problem is prevalent in the modern socialist systems, it creates an incentive for a huge secret service, and ends up being policestates. 

With all of this in mind, we can see, that there is room for a Spartan like society, they were extremely brave and were generally seen as uncorrupted and really good fighters. 

But we need to be careful not to make the same mistakes as the ancient Spartans did, and we need to make sure we do not simply make the same mistakes as the last generations of communists did. 

This means, as a conclusion, that we need to make a wealthfarestate, but run on spiritual, national principles. We also need to secure that the legislative system retains its checks and balances when it comes to the use and control of power. The democratic system needs to be the foundation. All the other principles of state; the rule of law, enlightenment by the press and so on, needs to be supported and encouraged as well. 

THEN we can have a wealthfarestate, that actually works and supports the society and system. 

That will bring a better society. 

G-d bless the will to make a better world.

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What did we learn in the election?

The election, and the fall out of the drama, is finally over. 

It is time to wrap it up, and talk a little about the potential political growth that we realized in the election. 

First of all, we need to do other things than just Brexit. Yes it is a humongous task, but focusing only on that, will potentially cost us the next election. We need to do a multipronged strategy. 

One of the great things in the election, was the talk about the NHS and the wealthfarestate in general. I know, that communism was spread by the KGB, we have just have a rerun on some of the methods here in Denmark. But communism has good things in it as well. 

The best being a kind of state security wrapped around all members of the society. 

This we HAVE to work on. Someone should convene in Oxford, invite rev. Brian Mountford and talk about the Anglican Church and its role as a moral base under the wealthfarestate. Talk about the caring for the weakest of the nation, talking about doctors, teachers, policemen and all that support the nation. 

This will give the Anglican Church a way to be a part of the society again in an important way. 

There should be space for other beliefsystems, but the church should be leading in this process. 

A good task for a vicars daughter. 

Secondly, we need to work on terrror. I know that it is both sides and so on. But the best way to stop terror, is to get rid of the jihadis. Then the right wing will stop. 

There has been talk about internment of islamists. I think this is too harsh. Locking them up will stop the problem, but they are young people, with a life ahead of them. They should not be locked up. What I would recommend, is repatriation. Most of them are not citizens of the UK, so they should be asked to leave the country, and if that is not possible, forced to leave. 

This will make a situation where the UK has to negotiate with different countries to take their citizens back. Well, that is possible, that is basically a matter of will and ability to negotiate. 

A good project for an ambitious conservative. Deliver on this, and that is a huge boon to the party.

Thirdly, there is Brexit. As I see it, the real challenge lies in satisfying DUP. They will not accept any kind of soft Brexit, and they are pretty fond of Mr. Farage. The negotiations on the EU side are really unrealistic, and they are not holding the cards. Drive a serious bargain, and if they do not comply, just define the rules yourself. 

G-d bless the UK, and thank you for a good fight. We won, but it was pretty close this time.

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A dangerous situation

June 19th, 2017 1 comment

The endless cycle of war has finally begun in the UK. That of attack and retaliation. This is how war works. 

If the one side keeps attacking, and no one answers, in the end someone will do it in a primitive way. 

As the conflict unfolds, people will be forced to choose sides. This is what we know from Thucydides, a war will eventually pit people against each other. That goes for the muslim as well for the democratic side. 

In this situation, the state needs to up its game. If it does not deliver on the war on terror, people will just take the matters in their own hands. Condemning it will not do anything, people are too angered to care about condemnation. This is war, no words will change it. It is a hot war, not a cold War, so it is not a spywar. 

The only responsible thing to do in this situation, is to go hard, VERY hard on the terrorists. That is IS afiliated organizations and the like. Close down the mosques, and untangle the vast network of Islamist terrorists.

It may sound as a callous response to the Finsbury mosque attack. And yes, those Muslims that were there by chance are not necessarily Islamist, and for those, it was wrong to target them. Just as wrong as killing innocent Londoners. 

My point is just, that the state is loosing control over the situation, and the only way it can regain control, is by closing all the terrorist mosques, repatriate all who are terrorist and not citizens and so on. 

The lack of action on the part of the government is the cause of this situation. 

If the security forces do not step in and do something, the situation will spiral out of control. 

That is how humans think and work, and we should understand it and try to take the initiative instead of leaving it to the street. Because that is a dangerous situation indeed. 

G-d bless the United Kingdom, and may it prevail in these very difficult times. 

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To do good

There has been a lot of discussion on the Wealtfarestate and the problems this part of the country is in. 

Let me clear, more money is not the answer. Already it is extremely expensive. What will work however, is the ATTITUDE towards the wealthfarestate. 

The basic problem with the wealthfarestate is firstly a widespread demoralization. Secondly it is the priority. The wealthfarestate is, in principle, for all. But in a society where all needs more and more. One needs to prioritize. 

The prioritization needs to be founded in something. 

The philosophical challenge to the current socialist wealthfarestate, is that it does not make sense. 

Marx idea was to copy the principles of Sparta. But he did not understand Sparta, and he did not respect the sage wisdom of the founder of Sparta, Lycurgus. 

Lycurgus was quite clear about the constitution of Sparta. It was to make Sparta a completely closed state. Because he knew, that an open state could not carry the community. 

Sparta was also extremely ideological, it was FOR law. So it did have virtue as a basic motor. 

If we look at the current wealthfarestate with this in mind. We can see that in order to make it work we need two things;

1. A principle to drive it.

2. A realistic set of borders to guard the frame of the wealthfarestate. 

My idea, written in the book ‘The Freestate’, is to go back to the principle that Marx left, that of Hegel. To Hegel a nation was inspired by the grace of spirit. ‘Gott mitt uns’ as the saying was in Germany. This works. We can see it in hospitals where doctors work for the grace of goodness and spirit. We can see it in the schools, where good teachers has a calling. We can see it in the way a spiritual system PRIORITIZES the resources. It goes to the ones who needs it the most. 

This should be the guiding star of a renewed discussion on wealthfare. Who needs it. And lest not forget. Help is only good, if it makes the person that get the help selfreliant. 

As the venerable Pope Francis said. The communists stole the flag of the church. Well, let us steal it back. 

G-d bless the United Kingdom, and may it prevail in these difficult times.      

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The danger

As the conflicts with the islamists are on the rise, the measures to use against them must meet the challenge they pose. 

If it is truly is an act of terrorism burning down the sky scraper of London, well, the true horror of the foe is fully revealed. We saw it in Syria with the Yazidi girls, Christians being persecuted and other atrocities. But we are not that used to it in our own homes. 

What we did see however, were the sheer and incredible bravery of the firefighters. Such resilience in a dangerous situation. Conflict brings both the worst and the best up in us. 

There will be more, but we will NOT sheer away from trouble. We will meet it, again and again as the heroes we are when we meet such incredible danger. 

We will never surrender, never. 

G-d bless the city of London, and may it prevail in such difficult times. 

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Coalition

Now, there is a hung parliament. This is very unusual for British politics, but in Denmark, this is the way it works. 

It is like this. A PM for a coalition, will have to serve the entire coalition. That is really the difficult thing. Because a PM from one party has to include the most important parts of other parties as well. This craves an extremely competent politician, the PM has to be extremely good at making all parts of the coalition happy.

The trick is to take the best qualities of each party, and strengthen them. Add to this, a look on where the common interest is, and then you make an alliance. 

It is fair enough if you cannot get everything through in a hung parliament, because the votes are not there for it. 

In the case with the cooperation between DUP and the Tories, the common ground is pretty obvious. Hard Brexit, security, and a common interest in strengthening the British Union. 

Since DUP is more conservative than the Tories, they will, as a consequence draw the Tories to the right. This has a lot of implications for the Brexit talk, the cat is already out of the bag, as we see it. 

The way forward would be, to sit down and make a new deal with DUP on Brexit, and see where that will get the negotiation. By mathematical logic, it will mean at much harder Brexit than the one David Davies wanted to negotiate. But that is the way with a hung parliament, parties need to feel they get a part of the negotiations in relations to their size. 

Tories is the big party, but in order to compromise, DUP needs to get a few things in as well. 

It can be done, but it will require a lot of discussion to find a solution. 

At the end of the day, a good compromise could be to accept the open borders in Ireland and then go for harder borders to France. That would probably satisfy DUP. 

The great question is; what about the EU citizens in the UK. But not only that, what about all the foreigners in the UK.

In a difficult security situation, one needs to be sure that the citizens in the country are actually loyal to the system. The amount of serious malcontents are very high, and as a consequence these malcontents needs to go back to their own country. This will be the end of the matter. I know that it will be difficult to set in motion now. But the mechanics of war will eventually lead to that result if we want it or not. That is the wisdom of Thucydides, the classic Athenian historian. 

So, in order to prepare for the next few years, we need to get the Brexit talks over as fast as possible, and then start tackling the terror as fast as possible. 

If we get control over the borders, we then have a chance at actually securing the process to happen orderly and done by the state. 

Difficult times indeed, but we CAN do it. 

G-d bless Ms. May, and may she prevail.

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The Ukippers

Ok, here a fortnight after the election, things seem to have unfurled more or less the way I saw it. The DUP is much more conservative than the conservatives, and draws the Tories to the right.

It is not good if this means control of gays, abortion and so on. But as a staunch supporter of a hard Brexit and a supporter of a serious crackdown on the islamists, this is good news.

In fact the position of Ms. May has actually improved considerably, because she can now point to the DUP when the backbenchers call for less pressure.

In fact, it has strengthened Ms. May overall. Yes, there is little tradition for a hung government in the UK, but in this strange coincidence, it is actually not that bad.

If we start crunching the numbers, we also see, that actually what happened was, that the UKIPers failed, not May. She got MORE votes overall than Cameron. I mean, how can that possible be a loss?

The problem was for the Conservatives, that UKIP votes were abandoning the cause in droves. This released a lot of the old Labourvotes back to Labour. So all the hoolabaloo about young voters and so is just that hoolabaloo. The real reason for the Labour turnaround was the UKIP collapse.

Mr. Farage made a huge mistake in losing the reins too early. It also tell the Tories, that a good UKIP in the race will, by mathematics, not mean an increased UKIP number of MP but Tory MPs. Strange world we are living in.

So by celestial providence, the power ended up where it was intended in the first place; in a place where Westminster has to work for a hard Brexit.

G-d bless the United Kingdom.

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Election reflections 

There has been much discussion on the manifesto, and the how’s and why’s of this election vehicle. 

I tend to agree, as probably all have, that it wasn’t that great of a paper to work from. It seems to me, that the Tory leadership was so fixed on Brexit, that they forgot about all the other challenges that is in for the country. 

There are many, and I believe that Ms. May will have to do a multi pronged strategy. Working on a lot of issues at once; migration, border control, Brexit, terrorattacks, remodeling of the wealthfarestate, economics, education and family strengthening. 

Anyway there is a lot to do, but the good news is, if you follow the ideas I have, there is an integrated system in it. It is not made without regards to the strategy and architecture of political development. Everything is thought through, is based on an intimate knowledge of political principles, from the classical times to today. 

There is only one little thing I may be worrying about; why didn’t the writers of the manifesto know about the intricacies of economics that David Cameron introduced in his tenure. 

There is a lack of learning in the political establishment that is dangerous. 

I think it is because my books have not been made readily available to the academics. They should, in order to enable them to make good policies. It is philosophy and maybe a bit winded, but any serious political development should be based on solid theory in my opinion. I will try and contact Oxford and see if I can get someone to publish the theory, because I believe it is of vital importance. The mistake of the manifesto shows this. 

For me it is not about the honour. I am fiercely independent, and prefer working outside the system. But the system has a role to play with an independent philosopher as me. Maybe not to hire me, in fact I would make a lousy professor, but to educate the academics in the theory I provide. It is truly needed.

Apart from that, well done everybody. It was a last minute, desperate fight, but we did it. 

We also need to applause UKIP, they selflessly gave us room. They practically bought the Tory win by sacrificing themselves. That is rare in any political fight. I have never seen it before, and we really need to pay respect to that sacrifice and listen to their input. 

All in all, a fierce battle, but we won. 

G-d bless the victory we got, and then let us be humble about it, and reach out for a broad coalition.

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The wealthfarestate 

There is a rising interest in a cooperation between the right and the left of the aisle on different issues. The main being, if we actually listen to the constituency, the dismantling of the wealthfarestate. 

It is not necessarily in the historic interest of the Tories to dismantle the wealthfarestate, there has been a tradition for a certain responsibility from the government towards especially struggling people, after all Mr. Churchill was the one to initiate the wealthfarestate.

It is not up to me to decide, but I can contribute with a theoretical examination of the problems of the current political landscape. 
My first impression of National socialism was by talking to one of my heroes in the resistance movement. My good friend Per, Alias Tom had a lot of knowledge about National socialism, since he fought the bastards. 

He said that Nation socialism was the strongest political system he knew. The point being, that if you do socialism in a national frame, the stability is extremely strong. You can actually see this in North Korea which in practice is National socialism, since the socialistic system there is extremely closed and concerned with borders. 

If you have a look at international socialism, that is the basis of EU, you have a complete different picture. This is not working, and never has. 

Because in order to have a communal state, where everybody shares everything, you need a high degree of control, absolute control in fact. 

Now, we have returned to a classic socialistic ideology with Mr. Corbyn. he calls for a state that controls certain parts of the intercommunal live. Education, social wealthfare and so on. 

The discussion has been a bit superficial, because where does that leave the Brexit discussion. If the Socialists want free movement, then there will be no free education and so on. 

The problems, seen from a Socialist perspective is, that Marx defined Communism as international, and therefor most socialist are not that keen on accepting a national socialism. 

But however you turn it around, it does work with international socialism, it has been tested and it did not work. 

This puts Ms. May at an ideal negotiation position in relation to the wealtfarestate negotiations, because I suppose these have to be initiated, we have to listen and serve the people. 

Because May has no problem with a national agenda, on contrary she supports it, and with DUP on board, the patriotic position is strengthened. 

She can deliver a wealthfarestate that actually works. 

She can do that, by stopping the open borders, stop all the abuse of the wealthfarestate by certain parts of the migrant community, fight for more working jobs and make those jobs British. Mr. Cameron had a lot of succes with that. 

It all comes back to the community. I happen to believe, that that community should be based on more than just complete random relations. A community is to me, and perhaps to Theresa May, something more, in fact it is, if it is good, a spiritual thing. 

Perhaps this idea could base the community we are talking about, a community where the cooperation is based on more than the simple material needs, and then in a Hegelian way Spirit. 

G-d bless the United Kingdom. 

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UK election

Well, well, well, who would have though that. A hung parliament, and the pollsters, once again, had it all wrong.

Anyway. If we look at the issues discussed and the outcome, this was a very difficult election, not at least because there were two terror attacks in the midst of it.

This skewered the whole election, because the momentum that Ms. May needed was destroyed over and over again. In that sense the terrorist did at least win by setting the agenda.

Instead of talking Brexit we ended up talking security and austerity, two issues that are actually not handled that well by Ms. May.

I am not here to point fingers, but to try, honestly, to analyse what happened.

As the result is ticking in, we see that the Tories are dependent on Ireland, this is interesting, and we will see what that leads to. But since the DUP are hardcore Brexiteers, that would actually mean a HARDER Brexit strategy than what Ms. May started with. That is also interesting, none saw that coming.

The overall picture however is, that people do want Brexit, you can see that in Scotland, where the independence movement has receded and in Ireland as well.

In fact, that has strengthened the Brexit narrative quite a lot.

One thing however that should be abundantly clear however is the fact, that the austerity measures that the German EU pressed for are not viable anymore. Austerity has to be softened and less deconstruction of the scrambling wealthfarestate should be done.

At the end of the day, people want a patriotic Britain with a strong wealthfarestate. That is the message that the people are trying to get through to the politicians.

In fact, that is not a repeal of the current Brexit course, because a strong wealthfarestate is not possible within the EU. So if Labour wants to cling on to the straw that has been made available, campaigning for a soft Brexit will go against the will of the people.

Interesting indeed, as the politicians get on with the analysis, as I presume they will over the next couple of days, a more clear picture will emerge, and that picture will be, that we have a vote of nation socialism. Not Nazism, but a wealthfarestate within a sovereign nation. That was unexpected.

G-d bless the United Kingdom and may we find our way.

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The lion of London bridge

There has been a lot of discussion on the current development, and that the UK treads new ground. Tackling the islamists is perhaps difficult, and how will it end and so on. 

Just to be clear on this, since it is basically my ideas we are working with. There is absolutely nothing new in the ideas as such, all is based on well proven philosophy, that stems from the Athenian philosopher Aristotle. The combination is off cause new, since Islam did not exist in the times of Aristotle, but the principles of Democracy and how it relates to threats are the same. 

Add to this, the strategy has been well tested, on the battle field in the Middle East. Here it has brought wonders I never dreamed about. After Mr. Trump has toured the Middle East, thank you Mr. Trump, even the Arabs are actively chipping in, pushing Quatar out of the alliance since Quatar is the main sponsor of radicalism. 

This means, in practice, that there will be no significant international backlash if a serious effort to trample down ISIS and likeminded organizations is done. On the contrary, it will be seen as a significant push for the alliance. 

On the ground we have also some serious experience with fighting ISIS. They are good, even brilliant in their use of the very limited resources they have. We should not understimate them. They are inventive, versatile, creative, dedicated and truly believe in their cause. 

We are, at the other hand, demoralized, fat and absolutely ruined by the Cold War. The political correctness has been eating us up, and we are almost without any faith in anything. 

So it is truly a David and Goliath fight, problem is, WE are the Goliath.

But we need to turn that boat around, and reinvent ourselves. Get healthy and sound again. 

We are at the end of the river at the heart of Darkness, and Mr. Kurz is wispering; we are all going to die. 

Turning the boat around, and leaving that Heart of Darkness, and fight our way up of the river is going to be tough. But there is no choice, if we want to survive. 

The turnaround will be painful, and yes, there will be rivers of blood, and yes it is the effect of demoralization and fatigue. But Mr. Frodo did climb that hill and did face the evil of Mordor, so we DO have that resilience and courage to face the evil in our midst. 

If you want to delve into the philosophy and ideas behind the fight we are fighting, Please look here. 

The Freestate

G-d bless the lion of London bridge. 

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Our protector

In these devastating and difficult times, we need guidance. Not just heavenly guidance, but, as I see it, guidance from a certain aspect of spirit.

We are entering a war, that is quite obvious, and this war, if we want to end up with peace, has to be conducted in a very intelligent and planned manner. With this, I will be honest about whom I see as my spiritual mentor. St. Michael, archangel Michael. The leader of the free spirits, and the general of the soldiers of light. The healer and the warrior. 

I believe, that in his arms we have a way out of this destructive war we are entering. 

Let us be honest. No kind of PC talk will actually get us out of this calamity. The Muslim Brotherhood is deeply entrenched in the UK. So is Hamas, ISIS, Al-Queda and a number of the radical Islamic organizations that are fighting the jihadi war worldwide. 

In this situation, no amount of cowardice or disregard for the truth will work on our behalf. Only the honest understanding of the matter, and the action that will truly lead to the reduction of these organizations. 

In this area, I believe we need a spiritual guide, that understands war, but has peace as the aim. 

More PC will not get us anywhere, but an honest discussion will. 

It is not all Muslims who fight our ways, but those who do are Muslims, and we need to accept that and act accordingly. With all the tools of the state. Vigilantly, intelligently, forcefully and dedicated. 

G-d bless the United Kingdom.

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War

Here we go again, another terror attack. This time done with simple tools, and so easy to do. All you have to do is to have knife, and then start aiming at people. 

We are so vulnerable against these attacks. 

It is on high time, that we stop treating these cases as police matter, and start treating them as they obviously are; war. 

The great differences between police work and military work are the differences on methods.The police will work with less severe methods. Put people in jail, try to prevent people from being warriors and so on. 

The military will work on disrupting the organizations of the enemy, take down as many as possible and so on. 

In a way war is much more simple than police work. 

When you have war, usually the two parties coalesce around a political or religious standpoint. We fight for justice and Democracy, they fight for the Caliphate and sharia law. 

We both believe in the quality of our own system. 

But, to be honest, the reason why we like it, is because it is our own. 

The war does not start with the competition of political systems, it starts with material competition. We compete over land, resources and so on. 

This is a fact we need to realize, and act upon. We have an enemy, who is competing with us on resources. They are not wanting to share, even though we have been so naive to believe that people who are a part of a often, but not always, violent religion, would sing the same naive songs as we do. 

Wake up, they do not. They sing songs of conquest and domination. It does not add up. 

So far, the strategies of the police has been to try and cast a net over all the jihadis, but not do much otherwise. When they were on the brink of a terrorattack, the would be caught and put to prison. In prison they would, or they do meet with other jihadis, who control the prison, and therefor they are not taught good manners and end up better citizens. No, they end up even more radicalized. 

At the same time, the police has, meticulously, trampled down any kind of discussion on these issues. If you dared to tackle the taboo, you were basically put on a death list. As Mr. Tommy Robinson can attest to. Maybe he is not right in all his ideas, but at least he has the guts to discuss it. We need an open, serious discussion on these issues to tackle them. 

This has, more or less, left the entire discussion to me, because, I am the only intellectual who is so openly Democratic, and open about it, so we have reserved a little space for me. But this is too meagre and little. We need a much broader and more serious discussion on these issues. 

All in all, the increased funding of the police has not led us closer to any solutions, but just postponed the inevitable. 

There is no silver bullet, but we need to change course. Because what we are doing right now, is not good enough, and it will only get worse. 

We need to realize, that the police cannot handle the problem, and we need to hand it on to those who know something about war. The military. 

The military is not an uncivilized part of the state, it is a highly professional, extremely competent part of society. They know what they are dealing with, we have been fighting these buggers for many years. 

Yes it will be bloody, yes it will crave sacrifices, but not realising the war, is much, much worse. 

And if someone wants to get reelected, she needs to change tactics. The electorate have had enough, it is time to change tactics. 

I will be here to guide you, as I have done in the rest of the ISIS fighting, so it will not be uncivilized. 

So, COME ON! We need to look this monster in the eyes and start fighting it. COME ON!

G-d bless the United Kingdom.

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Economy

I order to realize some true progress in the election in the UK, which, but the way is on track again. One also needs to address the question of economy. 

The novel way mr. Cameron addressed this issue, has given a lot of good results in terms of economy and real jobs. That is what is needed. Real jobs and a prosperous economy. 

It all harks back to the loyalty of the producers with the nation. Something the UK is truly blessed with. 

If you look at the Brexit discussion, which is based on an economic discussion. Then wealth will be an issue. 

But wealth is not only created by having market access, it is also created by having something to sell. 

Having something to sell, will require someone who makes something. 

The easy fix is then to let the state make things, but the hard fix is to make a free environment, where private initiative will lead to loyal production environment. This is where patriotism comes in, and is very important. And this is where the opportunity for a conservative government is truly there. Patriotism is good when it is about supporting your local community. 

So this is not about cancelling free trade, but about having something to chip in on, in the free trade. 

G-d bless the will to support your nation.

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