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The Suidlanders

October 20th, 2021 No comments

The Suidlanders is a civil rights organisation of South Africa, demanding justice and rights to be reinstalled to white people of South Africa. I have had a conversation with Mr. Roche who is a leading spokesperson for the organisation. To hear him speak is like a window into another reality, living in a system where […]

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The Suidlanders

October 19th, 2021 No comments

These days South Africa is in turmoil, and the rainbow nation, that everybody hoped to make, is deteoriating. For me, as a spiritual person, this makes me sad. Now, dont get me wrong, sacrifice, injustice is what it is. It has no color. I was a great fan of the whole process of antiapartheid, Desmond […]

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The new threats

October 18th, 2021 No comments

Ok, we are in trouble. Radical islam is rising in the West. One of my very good friends mr. Lars Vilks was just assasinated, most probably, and the attacks are in legion these days. Lately the attack on the British MP Sir David Amess, is another attack in a string of attacks. The enemy is […]

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The American dream, the uniter

September 24th, 2021 No comments

You know, to unite, you need a way to do it. You need a path, some waypoints, a little help from your friends. But at the end of the day, you need goals and destiny. The American dream has always been the deal of all Americans, but it is through lack of attention to that […]

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Balance

September 22nd, 2021 No comments

Well, my life has been a bit of a rollercoaster. From the beginning with the Mohammad cartoon crisis, over the Obama administration and now to some kind of reconciliation. I have given it a bit of thought, on how to keep the balance between the international work and the national work I do here in […]

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The soul of the people

September 22nd, 2021 No comments

Dear Joe, well things are shaping up a bit. Here are some further reflections to your current development of the political work. First of all, you need to be realistic about the socialistic ideals. If you start taxing according to progressive tax, you need to watch the borders more. The point is, as Lycurgus, the […]

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Humaneness

September 16th, 2021 No comments

In the discussion of Social media, what seems to me to be lacking is not really discussion in social media as such, but more an attitude to discussion that is within a humanistic/democratic frame. We have discussed democracy, where social media have failed miserably. To remedy the whole censuresystem is almost impossible, it is so […]

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The Mensch

September 15th, 2021 No comments

Ok, it seems to me, that I have been involved in so many agendas, that it is a little hard for me to truly stay on top of them all. But I am doing my best. Here is something about the US. Equality Equality is a liberal virtue. We have equality between people, different colors, […]

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Pick the winners

September 10th, 2021 No comments

Dear Joe, things are seeming to get into gear I think. Here are my reflections on the current issues. First the war against China. Trying to cut out China from the free markets, is a master stroke. It is much more effective than what Trump did, but it comes with its own set of caveeats […]

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Climate Change

September 1st, 2021 No comments

Ok, having established the basic principles of sustainability, that of balance of things. Balance between man, nature and business, we can move on to the practical. I will return to my trip to paradise island, but just to give you some inspiration to what we can do with climate change, here is an overview. There […]

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Democracy

August 30th, 2021 No comments

America is truly the home of idealism. Take Mr. Abraham Lincoln and the civil war. He fought not only for the power over all of the US, but most noticeably for ideas. That all men are created equal, that slavery is tyranny. In a way, the revolutions, especially the French revolution had a very fertile […]

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Nature

August 28th, 2021 No comments

Ok, lets get on with the tale of Livø. The day after I arrived at Livø, this is a true story, I went to town. The town of Livø, is a small tourist spot that was built as a carehome for mentally disabled persons, that lived at the island 70 years ago. So at its […]

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You can do this Joe

August 28th, 2021 No comments

Ok Joe, here is what I would recommend you doing in Afghanistan. Draw the troops out in as an orderly fashion as possible. Dont delay, dont hurry, just do it at the pace you find is the right. At the same time, you need to get some pay back from the attack of Isis at […]

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Sustainability

August 25th, 2021 No comments

Well, as things need to be dealt with in foreign policy, we also need to keep the ball rolling in the department of Climate Change. I have been sailing a lot this summer, as a part of my work with my little TV station. Sailing with my 23 footer, “The Mermaid”. Most of the sailing […]

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Analysis

August 25th, 2021 No comments

Well, we have to be brutally honest about the current foreign policy situation. Leaving Afghanistan has weakened the American leadership more than it already was. I get it, we should get out of Afghanistan anyway, and we were doing quite well in subduing Al-Queda. But the move, where the Talibans are victorious, is a massive […]

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