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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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