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The Fab Four

December 1st, 2021 No comments

Well, when you think about it, one of the good things about the current world, is the depth on which it is developed. I have the supreme honor to see the Beatles documentary, that Disney+ has produced these days, and be as it may, these guys really changed the world in their days. But did […]

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Humility

November 28th, 2021 No comments

You know, I know a lot about humility. Through my life, I have been a hotshot. First I was one of the greatest stars of Copenhagen in my dancing days. Then I started in communication, and instantly became a hot shot in that. Over and over, until now, a hotshot in philosophy. My experience is, […]

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Justice

November 28th, 2021 No comments

Ok, well, things are shaping up. We are on a new course, that will, hopefully, make a better America. First of all, leaving the idea of unity, will bring America down. The United States of America has always been that, and should continue to be that; United. So, please, stop the violence, the vilification, the […]

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Root for the poor, root for the common

November 27th, 2021 No comments

Listen Joe, don’t get me wrong. I have nothing against indigenous Americans. I have always had a good relationship with them. When I was sick, they did some kind of healing, and it helped me get well again. The same goes for gays. I used to be a dancer, and in that milieu I met […]

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Non violence

November 24th, 2021 No comments

I know, that the US is all in the ropes about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. But, and listen, this is an area, where I personally have A LOT of experience. At least, experience with police brutality, that is unfounded in law. So my advice woul be; be realistic about the corruption of the police. I […]

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Hope

November 21st, 2021 No comments

In the light of the Rittenhouse verdict, I believe, that it is important, that we take a step back and look at it from outside. What was really the match that lit the fire, was it the police brutality, or was it the frustration of the Covid internment. After mr. Trump was president, the frustration […]

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Time for Change

November 20th, 2021 No comments

Well, we are now living in the aftermath of the first COVID internment. These are my reflections on it, in the light of the Rittenhouse verdict. Frustration is NOT an excuse for Revolution. As rev. Martin Luther King said and did. We as black or mixed people should not be judged on the color of […]

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The renaissance

November 18th, 2021 No comments

Well, we need to get back on the track, back to the sucess we had with Obama. We do not have his genius in oratory, but we still have his mission. We need to get back to that mission to succeed. What was it? It was to create hope and change. How do we do […]

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Revolutions

November 16th, 2021 No comments

Well, now seeing the current development in the view of the last two revolutions, that of the Flemish/anglo saxon revolution (Erasmus and Thomas More), and the french revolution, we can safely say, that the stakes are pretty high. What happened at the last revolutions? Massive wars of independence and bloodshed without end. When printed books […]

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The founding fathers

November 16th, 2021 No comments

Well, one point that Aristotle makes, that I believe is really true, is the fact that Democracy has the most intelligence; the mass of the intelligence of the people beats the intelligence of the best thinkers. He figures, that the ideas that the people have is filtered through so many people, that the conclusions are […]

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American Revolution

November 16th, 2021 No comments

Ok Joe, I have been reflecting a lot on the current situation. To be honest, we are loosing, why? Becuase we lost the war in Afghanistan. I know it is a hard point, I know, it was all done in the best intentions, and it was good to get the soldiers back. But Americans hate […]

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The simplicity of family and unity

November 14th, 2021 No comments

Well, as Tolstoi the great Russian thinker said; all good families are alike, all bad families are different. The point is, goodness is one, badness comes in all forms and shapes. That is something to ponder there. Goodness makes for a very stable, similar and uniform world. The lore of the ancients are pretty straight […]

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Human beings

November 13th, 2021 No comments

One of the things that I believe is lost in time is the humanist tradition of Europe. I am a humanist, my family have been humanists for seven generations, and there are traces left here and there in Denmark of humanists. But the environment or tradition is largely pushed away by neomarxistthinking, business ideas and […]

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Green tech

November 12th, 2021 No comments

Well, the climate change meeting is over, and I think we can already see the framework of something that might actually work. First of all, the fossile free plan is pretty awesome. Can we make a world that is run on clean energy? The question off cause still remain unanswered, but the path to such […]

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Erasmus

November 11th, 2021 No comments

When we talk identity politics and the ideas, that rule in many areas of academia, I belive we should discuss the alternative. I mean, if identity politics does not work, as it does not, then what is the alternative. These days I am reading the 16´th century academic; Erasmus. His work is REALLY interesting in […]

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