We need the healing to start

September 14th, 2020 No comments

Joe and Kamala, this time you need to stop fretting, get your clothes, put on your best hat, and start getting out there on the campaign trail. I know, that it can seem a little daring in these times with Corona and everything. But the fact of the matter is, you are not going to win, unless people know what you are standing for, and that you are actually there to tell them.

I think, that talking to the American worker should not be a problem. I mean, who is REALLY hit by the corona crisis? It is the worker who is laid off, and is in danger of loosing his livelihood permanently.

We need to think about a plan to save him. A good plan is to make sure, that all the manufacture, that is now leaving China, and is going to some other low-cost labour countries gets back to Detroit.

We need the motor city up and running again, and it is not going to happen, unless there are cars built in that wonderful old city.

When the engine is running, then the car can get in gear and start driving.

That is pretty obvious.

So getting manufacture to stop the senseless depleting of American manufacture should point to a possible future for not only those laid off of jobs, but also a path out of the corona nightmare we are in.

Show the public that you are ready to take on this challenge and stop the bleeding of American jobs to the pacific region.

Then Kamala. You are a g-d given gift to the health of American way of live. A person of color, that has done a good job of making your own way.

It is your job, to try and reach out to the parts of the US that feels disenfranchised and left behind, because they are not into the mainstream protestant view of things.

It is your job, to make everyone see, that it is possible to live side by side in a humanistic society. A healer not a divider.

That is truly an incredibly difficult task. You need to reach out to so many little corners of the US.

Here, there, everywhere. But people need to experience the healing process started.

Need to see, that there are people in power, who listens to their plight and difficult living conditions.

By this, we can, slowly, get the ship sailing on a straight keel again.

Because right now, we are taking in water, and people are desperate.

We need to sail straight, and have a clear direction towards what people are truly fighting for; that dream, that everybody are equal based on equal rights in a place called the United States of America.

G-d bless the United States of America, and may it prevail.

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Unity

September 7th, 2020 No comments

There is a campaign and an election coming up. I hereby support and give my thanks to Kamala Harris. I believe she will be an exceptional VP for the US.

But we should be honest about the challenges we have with the grassroots of the Democratic political life.

It is going down a very destructive path.

Do we really want to defund the police and make anarchistic og black american areas with a system that is not founded in the republic of the USA?

Seriously?

I believe, that the constitution is a platfom we should all stand on, and make common ground.

So to me, the upcoming election is about unity and the ability to reach across the aisle to connect with the people we may not be in agreement with 100%, but are fellow Americans.

The succes of the US, is based on the fact that protestantism and Martin Luther paved a way for us, that we could travel on to reach a good and sound life.

A life of happiness and security, yes a life of hard work and putting a dime away each month to save for a rainy day.

But nonetheless a simple and good life.

We should not forget that in these days. If we want to progress and make a better world, we need to understand each other and reconcile not go into conflict.

We live as servants to spirit. If we forget that, we risk creating a world that is full of trouble and destruction.

Maybe it is time to unite not fight all the time.

Maybe it is time to remember that the US is a bastion of humanism and enlightenment, not a place of destruction and adversity. But a place of unity

G-d bless the United States of America.

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Lebanon

August 29th, 2020 No comments

In Israel we have had a good succes with connecting to the Arabs. Off cause Arabs and Jews are very close in terms of lineage, and we look very much like each other. So the jump between Jews and Arabs is not difficult to take.

But the next possible ally that has emerged is the Lebanese. As I have written in the last posting, Lebanese are not Arabs, they are essentially Phoenicians.

They know it themselves, but due to a history of secrecy, they do not share this identity with anyone. Not that anyone would really know what to do about the information these days, but old habits die hard.

To understand the way of the Lebanese, one needs to understand what they are coming from spiritually. Spiritually the Lebanese are the ones who brought all the softness in the world, or rather was the people that always traded and never went to war.

Their deity Aphrodite, is, according to my sources, the closest you get to grasp the basic identity of the Lebanese.

That is born from the foam of the waves, beautiful, merciful and close to nature.

All beauty and benevolence.

This is the neighbour we have, if we chose to try and really understand the Lebanese.

Not very long ago, this was expressed in the Paris of the Middle East, with long alleys of green trees and a lot of peace.

If we, from an israeli point of view, try to support the basic feeling and culture of the Lebanese, by being good and supportive neighbours, then we can help the Lebanese find themselves again, and thus win a good neighbour.

Who knows, perhaps we can even be friends with the Lebanese in these difficult hours of the Lebanese, and their terrible struggle with crime, chaos and bombs going off.

That is painful for the valiant and great Phoenicians living next door to Israel.

We as good neighbours and friends from the last time we were in the vicinity can perhaps be a good friend and a spiritual ally.

We share the urge for peace with the Lebanese, perhaps that is a good embarking point with a shared friendship across borders.

G-d bless the will to fiend peace with the amazing and ancient people living next door to Israel. May we find peace.

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Lebanon

August 24th, 2020 No comments

Congratulations with the budding peace offer from the Lebanese.

To understand the profoundness of this move, you have to see it in a historical perspective.

We have been friends before, and we can be friends again, if we see the shared destiny and ideology between Israel and Lebanon.

But to that, we need to understand what Lebanon really is.

What is Lebanon?

Lebanon is the heir to the trading empire of the Phoenicians, that seems to have vanished in the fall of Karthage.

You know the story about Hannibal, the fight with amazing war elephants and the ultimate downfall of Carthagenian empire and the Punes (Phoenicians).

While as the sister culture of the Karthagenian Phoenicians disappeared in the west, Lebanon went under the radar, and has kept its ideology and culture more or less intact ever since. The symbol of the cedar tree that is in the flag of Lebanon is the cultural symbol of the trading Phoenicians. They started trade with cedar trees, that they shipped of to Egypt and other places. It is good building material.

Now historically we Jews have learned a lot from the wise Phoenicians, not least the idea of the Kabbalistic tree of life, that was the main idea of the Phoenicians. You can see it in the construction of the first temple of Israel, that was a copy of the temple of Tyre, the main temple of the Phoenicians.

There is a symbolic representation of the the pillars of mercy and severity of the two pillars that were in front of the first temple. It was built by Solomon with the help of Lebanese, a guy called Hikmet.

We were allies with the Lebanese at the time of the construction of the first temple, they even tought us trade, something we have kept holding on to since that time, and have developed a lot.

In other words, when we were in Israel the first time, we were friends so what will hinder us from being friends again?

I know, that this comes at a time, where Hezbollah have kind of overstayed their welcome, due to the fact, that they have not been the best at keeping their bombs under wraps.

So, maybe it is time for Israel to become friends with the Lebanese again, sharing a destiny as we did the first time.

Don’t underestimate the Lebanese, they are an ancient and wise civilization. We have learned from them before, and therefor we can say, that we have no arrogance towards them, they are ancients friends lets hope they can be friends again.

G-d bless the will of spirit in the pursuit of peace in the Middle East.

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Good choice mr. Biden

August 13th, 2020 No comments

You can say a lot about mr. Biden, but one thing is certain, he makes good choices. I really and truly believe, that the choice of Kamala Harris is an informed and well balanced attempt at trying to merge the different factions of the Democratic party.

The one faction is the multicultural, Frankfurterschool marxism of Adorno and the other jewish marxists that went from Germany in flight of the Nazis.

The other faction is the neo conservative faction that I represent. That is essentially a Hegelian, marxist school that combines Marx, Hegel and off cause some of the work, that I have humbly done.

So these two factions, that fight internally in the Democratic party has become one in the choice of ms. Harris.

Now, having made a philosophical trend, does not make me arrogant. I understand and respect others point of view. I am for Change and Hope, but multiculturalism has its pros and cons.

I truly hope, that the choice of ms. Harris will propel the democratic party to a new level of development.

Dont forget the American Revolution, that is, until now, the best revolution there was. It still needs the sacrifice of the heroes to live. But at the other hand, reaching out and compromise is also important, because after all, most conflicts are simply misunderstandings. Lets put these misunderstandings behind us, and find each other again. Finding unity.

G-d bless the American Revolution and its children to march forward, to reach the promised land.

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Humanity

August 11th, 2020 No comments

Differentiating between “black” culture and “white” culture does not make much sense to me.

There is civilisation, and it has nothing to do with the color of your skin.

Civilisation is, essentially, a Mesopotamian and Egyptian set of principles that were developed 3000 years ago in the classical Mediterranean time.

The most common source to this time is the bible, that tells us about the stories of old; Noah, David, Moses, Job, Abraham.

A source to the ideas of the fertile crescent at its time of glory.

These ideas, that actually propel humanity forward to a much better place, that is the dreams of paradise and Eden, is the heritage of all man. A guide to a life here on earth we can reach if we work hard enough. It is salvation.

I know and understand, that you may have differences in culture and the way you look, but the end goal is the same regardless of where we come from as human beings.

So perhaps unity is a much better goal to strive for, than all the conflict and frustration that has come with the Corona virus.

I get it, it is truly frustrating and the world seems to be upside down, but at the end of the day, life is reachable as a life worth living here on earth, if we truly listen to the ancients that were, actually, most of them people of color.

G-d bless the will to do good, have good thoughts, and good actions. G-d bless the peace we may obtain, if we truly will.

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My own two hands

August 8th, 2020 No comments

Making a life for yourself is not easy. I talk from my own experience. Blaming others for your own misfortune will not bring you any relief. I talk of my own experience here also. I mean, I have been in the keen eye of the government for quite some time now, been deplatformed and otherwise have had a really tough time.

But, be as it may, somehow, praise spirit, I have prevailed, and therefor my own experience is. That if you work hard, stay on the right side of the law, and struggle to foster a nice family, you can actually make a good life for yourself.

That is the wisdom of Luther, that hard work, dedication and a strong commitment to your fellowman CAN give you a good life.

Victimhood, that some people seeks to give people as me, who are not white, will not bring me any good. But honest work, and a dedication to my family will.

I think, that perhaps, that that is an important lesson to share in these times where we are pointing fingers at everybody all the time. Your fault! Is the first thing seems to be saying these days.

Maybe everything is not everybody else’s fault? Maybe you yourself is responsible for your own life?

My experience is, that maybe I could blame people around me, and to be honest, there have been times, when I have done so. Pointing fingers, being angry at people around me.

But my own happiness will not be ensured by pointing fingers, it rests, solely in my own two hands.

My hands CAN build a future for myself. But it requires dedication, self-sacrifice and a huge heart for my fellowman.

In other words, being responsible for ones own life, is what it is about. Blaming others won’t get you anywhere, but supporting your community and family will actually get you somewhere.

When I look at my two kids, they inspire me, and keeps me on the right track. Because they are so dependent on me. I can’t go around putting them in harms way, that will wreck their lives.

So maybe its time to do some serious soul-searching. Who is to blame? Everybody else, or you own actions.

We CAN build a good society and make unity, if we try, but it requires self-sacrifice, hard work and dedication.

G-d bless the peace we CAN find, if we are strong enough.

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Si vis pacem, para bellum

August 5th, 2020 No comments

There is a good, solid conflict brewing in the West. The conflict between China and the US including mainly Anglo Saxon allies. That is the empire.

This conflict has its ups and down, the main up is the character of the conflict. It is totally unbloody. It is a new form of cold war, that we still have not really wrapped our heads around.

The arms race of cyberwar.

What is cyberwar? Cyberwar is essentially hacking gone crazy. Where hacking in the old world, before it was truly weaponised, was annoying the feds as small kids, and stealing secrets like Wikipedia, these days it is government controlled attacks on infrastructure and weapons.

You can, if you are really, really good, control a hangarship.

We have seen the potential of cyberwar in Israels complete wrecking of Iran and in Chinas small, but truly effective wrecking of Australia.

So, it is a new way of fighting, it favours those with the best computerskills and the best computers.

And guess who is leading the fray in this area, no you guessed wrong, it is not the US, it is China.

China is the best, not only a little, but they are in their own league.

Catching up to them, is what NATO and the Anglo-Saxons security measures is all about.

How do we do that?

We do it by looking at it as it is; it is a weapons race. As in the cold war with the Russians, it is not bombs we are racing to beat the chinese with, it is cyber machinery.

Where the competition in the old times were atomic warheads, these days it is the sheer power of quantum computing, hacking skills and so on.

In other words a job for Microsoft and mr. Bill Gates.

Put him in charge of this fight, if he wants, and you will see some real progress.

The thing is, it is complicated. You can’t just make more bombs, you need to make bigger computers, invest in security, manpower and so on. All this has to be integrated into all kinds of things.

So you need an expert to fight this fight, here mr. Gates is THE best choice to my mind. He loves his country, and he is a good guy.

He can do it. So put him on the task, with immense respect to his contribution to the world off cause. It is not an order or something of that kind, but a very, very kind request to help the US.

Otherwise the US, is in harms way a few years from now, and a good, solid, sympathetic fighter like Gates is the best bet to my mind, if he wants. Maybe he can recommend someone, if he is not interested in the job.

But, this time around it is not atomic warheads we need to worry about but hacking ability and capacity.

So lets build some serious hardware with that wonderful stamp on it; Made in America.

G-d bless the will to make peace if possible, but prepare for the worst. Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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Change, what is that?

Listen guys, you have two choices, either you follow the tenants of Karl Marx, or you follow the tenants that I have made in the consecutive development of socialism.

Please let me try and explain.

Karl Marx tried to envision a society that was the opposite of the ideas that the philosopher Hegel envisioned. Hegel was one of the founding fathers of German nationalism (before Hitler).

In Hegels vision, the nation is a spiritually driven idea or perspective that would lead people to enligthentment. You still are very strong in this regard in the US; G-d bless America is a Hegelian idea.

Marx wanted to Change the ideas, and he did, but we need to realise, that he had some progress, but some of the ideas he made were not good. Among them the defection of the nation state.

Believing in your country is not a bad thing, it is a good thing.

Globalism has showed us, that no borders make a huge mess. We have seen it, not least in the EU, that is, honestly a huge mess.

There are some theoretical ideas to explain this. I have discussed it in the light of the ancient ideas of the city state of Sparta, that was Marx ideal state. Lycurgus, the philosophical founder of Sparta was quite clear about how to make a commune. It has to be closed, hermetically closed.

In my view, this is where Marx makes his worst mistake. He has this idea, that workers can unite all over the world. That is a good idea, but to be realistic, each unit has to be closed in order for each commune to work. At least this is the idea of Lycurgus, and he made a system that worked for 700 years, dig that.

In other words, the logical development of socialism is to go back to Hegel for the spiritually enlightened nation, fixing the flaw of the Marxist idea, and making a system that actually work.

Add to this a reenacting of the family as the basic commune, and there you have an immensely strong political system.

Still we need to keep all the ideas and lore of the French revolution to my mind, these ideas were really good; enlightenment of the press, democracy and that city at the top of the hill.

Understanding these ideas and visions, that is the basis of Change is really important I think. Not only to save America, that is in dire straits, but also to save liberalism as such.

We are in a corner, with our back against the wall, therefor we need Change.

G-d bless the United States of America.

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Thank you for your friendship

Welcome mr. Pompeo, foreign secretary, visiting Denmark for the first time.

To me, that is a beautiful sign of cooperation between Denmark and the US.

Here is why; essentially we are family. I have thought quite a bit about my own engagement with the US, how I have tried to help, support and be a good ally.

But it goes deeper, a lot of the Nielsens, Rasmussens, and Olsen that live in the US now, used to be Danes.

So they have become Americans, and that is perfectly ok. But it still bears to the fact, that we share common roots.

Just take Disney, that seems to be the next successor after Hans Christian Andersen. The film Frost that has just been such a mega success, was inspired by a fairytale of H.C. Andersen.

But it goes deeper, a lot of the Frontier wagons that settled in the west were driven by Danish farmers. They must still be out there somewhere singing lonesome tunes of a land long forgotten. Little buckaroo and all that.

But at the heart of our relationship lies a common ancestry as well as a common religion.

As you are Protestants, so are we (to be honest, I am a Jew, but I still love the Protestant ideas that is here in Denmark, so I convey them). This gives you guys an opportunity to be inspired by ancient Danish Protestant thinkers like Loegstrup and Grundtvig.

These thinkers are of a exceptional quality, some of the ideas have already become mainstream through Niels Bohr, that was a good friend of Loegstrup. Like open source and all these values that fuel the computer industry, the way he worked that gave us the Google and Facebook work ethics of open, free working and so on.

But these ideas are a part of Danish development, and a lot of them have not really been introduced to the Americans. They are in a sense apocryphal, because you need to be in the know to have access to them.

Like the ideas about trust, that Loegstrup also worked on.

But at the other hand, you must realize, that even though we are the source of a lot of American culture, we still admire many the amazing achievement you have done. Not least the ideas that led to the non violence development that gave us Martin Luther King and Mahatma Ghandi. Beacons of humanism and enlightenment.

We also love the way you have made the countryside of the US so full of beautiful places and so rich in culture. We like the cowboys here in Denmark, and off cause respect people of color in all variations.

As time progresses and we develop our civilization, hopefully this rich friendship will continue to bring new and better people and development that will hopefully make a better world for both Denmark as well as the US.

We love you guys, and we hope that the feelings are the same at the other side of the pond.

We are so proud of you.

G-d bless the will to be honest in thought, and brave in action to be the makers of a better world. G-d bless the United States of America, and may it always prevail.

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Slander

Currently I read a less known classic, a ‘founding father’ of caricature and the poking of fun against the high minded. A sport that started in the Ancient Greece with a lot of cool and funny writers, and was continued in Rome.

The guy is called Lucian, and he is cool to say the least. He is honest, funny and deep.

He has this tirade against power, that I really like, and it goes to the core of what enlightenment is in the civilized world.

He takes off from a funny place compared to modern days. He discusses slander. How slander can be weaponized and used to degrade and destroy otherwise wonderful people of achievement.

He says, that slander is the tool of the less accomplished, those who only do things sloppily and without much skill.

He points to the fact, that slander is evil in its core, and abuses power by secretly inflaming peoples thirst for revenge and hatred.

He has this example of people who are kind, strong and wise, and how they meet the world with openness, just to meet the hatred of others.

Thereby giving a win to the slanderer.

We live in this world, where we are constantly slandering other people. Not believing them, and trying to figure out the motives we believe they have, but they do not have.

What is the remedy?

The light, enlightenment, to speak the truth.

Often this is forgotten these days, as we delve into bipartisanship and name calling.

We should not, but have the guts and ethical strength to look at things without prejudging.

Now that is the path to less popularity, that is the fact of it. Me myself, I am still deplatformed, my network is slowly rebuilding after years of government destruction and vilification. So I know the price, perhaps better than most.

But at the core of ethical principles, this is the first amendment and therefor also the basis upon which we need to stand.

The Statue of Liberty tells that story, that in order to be free, you need to be truthful therefor the importance of free speech.

G-d bless the will to find truth in what we do and say.

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The light

Seriously New York Times, firing a journalist, because she did not conform with Black Lives Matter identity politics. Here in Denmark we are still in chock over the act.

Listen, New York Times is supposed to be, like my own family’s conservative newspaper Berlingske Tidende, a beacon of light.

What is that, and how are we supposed to interpret that.

Let us have an honest look at it.

Brandes a strong humanist and the founder of Politiken, the leading humanist newspaper of Denmark, called Politiken; an organ of the highest enlightenment.

Enlightenment being the keyword here.

What is enlightenment?

Enlightenment is, ideally, to spread truth, wherever truth is supposed to be. Thereby fighting darkness, or lies and deceit.

Since lies and deceit are the basis of evil. Being a lightbringer is a fight for a better world.

There it is. That is the basic point of the Statue of Liberty, that all the masses of poor people met when they came to Ellis Island.

You are a reflection of that.

So, off cause this is your own choice, but seen from the outside, as a humanist, leaving that mission, is a very sad thing.

It is the core of a humanistic, Democratic state.

G-d bless the will to continue the fight for the light against the darkness.

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Moral corruption

Now, listen. I want to tell you a secret, that took me quite a long time to glean from history. You probably know this secret, and many of my readers are already following the basic principles of it, unknowing what it really is.

But knowledge is power in your life.

So here it comes.

We talk about paradise, right? The American dream is essentially to recreate paradise here on earth. A place, where people are happy, and there is an end to all problems. A place where kids are getting wiser than yourself, and you have hope.

This place is a mythical place, somewhere we do not really understand the reality of, and therefor do not take that serious.

That is a mistake, it was a place called Eden or Eridu, the first city.

See? The idea of a society that makes people happy and content, is a story in the bible, but the secret is, that it is the first city of civilisation that man made.

So the process of recreating paradise is a POLITICAL process. Something we can do here on earth, right now, if we choose to.

That is the secret.

But then again, how do we go about doing that? Again, it is really quite simple, bible tells us some of the ideas, and we have to look in a few other places to know the rest, mainly greek philosophy to understand how it all works.

At a personal level, it is not about blaming others, it is about you yourself getting your family to work.

These days the families suffer, due to the inability of the man of the family to strap up and take responsibility.

Men wants bling and easy fun. That destroys the family, and kids pay.

That is the truth right there.

WE as men, have to put ourselves to the grindstone and start working. Not for ourselves, but for our kids.

That is, we need to sacrifice ourselves, to make a frame around those we love.

Women are difficult, and sometimes impossible to live with, but it is OUR responsibility to be a man, man up, and start that hard work it is, to be a good father.

That is a start.

The next level, the level of society, is, firstly, to be a part of a good community.

A good community, is a community, where things are run efficiently and according to strict rules of acceptance of each other.

This is where understanding, and acceptance comes into play.

But also the ability to help those who have less.

Community will only work, if we work together, if we share goals and do not fight over scraps.

Thirdly there is the city itself. Here we have the law, framed around a system called a Republic. That is a division of Power in three. Legislative, judges and the police.

Each, ideally, holding each arm responsible for not abusing power.

We also ideally, have the press to make a place where these things can be criticised openly without the fear of the government.

Add to the education and science plus a healthy military.

And a sound banking system.

That is the face of a Republic, and handled right, it gives people a shot at the American dream.

Loosing that is the stupidest, most heartbreaking thing. Because it would mean, that our kids would live in a world, that is not happy and they cannot dream of a brighter future.

So instead of tearing down the construct that our ancestors, black and white have fought so vigourosly to make, we should look at the places where the PRINCIPLES of the Republic is lost and things have corrupted. Because that is the true problem right now. Not just economic corruption, but more importantly, MORAL corruption, and start fixing that.

Make police be just, media be free, families be loving again.

Then, just then, do we have a shot at making a frame around our kids, that is sound.

But right now, the good man is isolated, and every body is pointing fingers at each other. No reconciliation.

We need to step down, and look at each other again, and stop the blame game. Put our noses to the grindstone again, and start that impossibly hard work it is to make a dream come trough.

But seeing your kids being happy, that is all it is about.

Remember that, and we do have a shot at fixing these things.

G-d bless the dream of a country called United States of America.

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Rebuild and reconstruct

Now, there seems to be some kind of initiation of “progressive” communities in the US.

Let me be clear about one thing, if you do not understand the basic principles of how to make a society, there are some pretty awful pitfalls here and there.

Let me explain the basic buildingblocks of society, to perhaps help these new initiaries.

In the wild, where tribalism and the natural tendencies of man rule. There is no justice, only the rule of the strong.

The one with the biggest gun or largest coterie of strong men rule.

That is actually how international politic work, the rule of the strong.

Now, Marxism preaches, that in order to make a “just” society, you need to abolish law, defund the police and so on. This is an idea he came up with in one of his books, so we have anarchists and free societies.

Karl Marx, a Jew of, most probably, my own family. Trier, my surname, is where he grew up, my Jewish family comes from there and so on, he had some good ideas and bad ideas.

One of them, to my mind is to envision anarchy as the end result of his development. Why? Because he did not have acces to texts of Hammurabi the founder of law.

If he had had that, he would know, combined with reading Plato, that law is there to put down the rule of the strong, and protect the weak.

Ideally the police is the MOST important protector of the weak, thereby ruling out the rule of the strong.

See?

Law is, if it really work, a protection for the little guy.

So by taking that element out of the equation, he effectively reenabled the rule of the strong.

So the basic building block of society has been, since Hammurabi, the rule of law.

It is, essentially what makes us civilised.

On top of that you can have a feudal system, democracy, Marxism whatever you want. But taking away the basis will just plunge society into chaos, and out of chaos the warlord will emerge. Usually it is some kind of ganglord.

We don’t want criminals to run our society. That will only bring down the society for real.

So, where does that lead to?

It leads to the fact, that what we want now, is not the abolishment of these institutions, but renew them, bring back service, justice and freedom.

But do it a way, that it has no stench of racism, in any direction.

Law can be corrupted, as it is usually is these days. The law enforcement do not hold up justice as an ideal, but abuse their power to “control” the populace. That is simply to stop too much trouble.

But there are good cups here and there also.

That is the messy world we have. No-one is perfect, but the rules stay the same.

Getting rid of the corruption is what it is about, not defunding or destroying, but rebuilding in a better and less corrupt version.

G-d bless the United States of America.

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The fall of manmade civilisation?

Ok, here is an idea.

The main problem in the US for now, is the lack of knowledge on how to appreciate the American Dream.

Everybody wants it, and everybody strives for it, but how do we attain it?

Here is the explanation, that might shed some light on the path forward.

First of all, if you are Republican or Democrat, there really is no discussion on how to attain the goal of making the American Dream available to everybody.

How is that even possible?

Well, you see, Western civilisation is not really Western very much, it is essentially Middle Eastern.

The rule of law is Mesopotamian, Humanism is Egyptian. Only Democracy is an essential northern European construct, but even Democracy derives partly from Athens, the great beacon of Democracy.

So where does this lead to?

Well, civilisation is a product of a number of principles; the division of power, the rule of law, religion and humanism.

These sets of institution create the frame around each citizen, making civilisation and the American dream possible.

When each citizen creates something, he contributes to the motor of civilisation.

So, all kinds of wacko anarchistic systems does not attain anything, it only picks out different building blocks out of the wall, and inhibits civilisation.

What is my point?

Well it is pretty obvious, somehow we need to agree on all these ideas we have inherited from the Middle East.

So instead of seeing Western civilisation as something mournful and bad, please let us see it for what it is; it is a gift from the Middle East, and hence has absolutely nothing to do with white privilige or supremacy.

It is simply the best ways man has been able to come up with to steer ourselves away from tribalism and rule of the strong.

That is really what is at stake these days; civilisation itself.

G-d bless the civilisation we can protect if we are strong enough.

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