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The United Kingdom

December 15th, 2018 No comments

It is quite obvious, that the deal for Britain, as it stands, is no deal. Without having all the details, it seems quite obvious, that the deal that Mrs. May has crafted simply will not satisfy the British public. Well, as I see it, it is because it does not address what is really important; […]

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Hope!

December 13th, 2018 No comments

I thought, that the Yellow vests were just unthinking, how wrong was I! My original organisation SIAD is a part of the Yellow Vests, so I have followed the string of messages of the Yellow vests on my Facebook page. They are my people! A French version of Bernie Sanders, a new perspective on workers […]

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Violence

December 13th, 2018 No comments

Well, the Yellow vests seem to be very wrong on one thing. That, that it is the ‘Jews’ in pluralis that is responsible for all the difficulties in Europe right now. I mean, one of the main points of the whole movement has been the point about going against the Marrakech treaty. I started that […]

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Brexit

December 12th, 2018 No comments

Ok, there is a very, very slim hope of getting out of the Brexit negotiations without making an absolute chaos out of it.  After listening to his eminence rev. John Sentamu, who has been a staunch remainer, I believe, that we should all remainers as well as brexiteers find some common ground.  That common ground […]

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The people will decide

December 11th, 2018 No comments

Well, as I predicted, the effect of the lack of reform in the EU system starts to destroy the system. You can perhaps stem the flow with violence for some time, but the fact of the matter is, that the reason why the people are rebelling is because they see no other choice. As long […]

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The Middle East

December 5th, 2018 No comments

The Christians in the Middle East are faring much better today than ten years ago, what has happened? Well, for starters, I believe, that we have come to understand the depth of the historical situation. When the US went to Iraq twenty years ago, we did not see the situation clearly in the sense, that […]

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The UK

December 4th, 2018 No comments

We are nearing the end of the Brexit negotiations, one way or the other. As a staunch Brexiteer, these are my reflections so far. First of all, the people of the UK has been so mired in the discussion of Brexit, that several world changing events have gone over their heads. First and foremost the […]

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Europe

December 2nd, 2018 No comments

Europe is burning once again. It seems to me, that the burning of Europe is a tradition that every third generation has to contribute to, and therefor repeat. Again, and again, and again. On one hand, this time around, is the mass of migrants who rebel because of their living conditions and general apathy. They […]

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Change

November 26th, 2018 No comments

The conflict between east and west is increasing. One of the hits of lately in Western culture has been Jordan Peterson and his critique of Marxist thinking. It has been a huge success in terms of attention, but I have a feeling, that it truly needs a deepening to really hold a lasting impression. Don’t […]

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One

November 23rd, 2018 No comments

From time to time I fall upon songs that really makes me cry and gives me faith in a much better world. As a Jew, with all it curtails of faith in giving and not taking, seeking justice where that is ever possible. Sometimes you hear a song from a fellow Jew, that in a […]

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Peace in Israel

November 22nd, 2018 No comments

It seems to me, that the Israeli defenseforces are slowly gearing up for a final showdown in and around Gaza. These are my recommendation. 1. Get green light from Trump 2. Make sure, that the process for a relocation of the Gazans is as humane as humanely possible. Avoid bloodshed at all costs. One thing […]

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Faith and strength

November 22nd, 2018 No comments

Strength and faith are two things that go hand in hand. If you have no faith you are weak, if you have a strong faith, well that makes you strong. That is essentially why religion, political principles and politicians with a strong faith in the core principles of the nation is very important. That is […]

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EU and humanism

November 19th, 2018 No comments

The European Union claims to hail from the same ideals that I hail from. That is a Humanistic, Democratic worldview. Ok, I am a conservative, so I hold things a religion, family and security higher than most politicians. But at the core we agree. Then how come that I have been so opposed to the […]

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Brexit

November 18th, 2018 No comments

The Brexit negotiations is a mess. Mrs. May has not had the best of luck getting a deal that the conservative Brits really like. It has not been easy, since the Bureaucrats of the EU have not been cooperation very much. But at the other hand, Mrs. May has not been the best of negotiators. […]

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Dichotomy of Angels and demons

November 16th, 2018 1 comment

One of the main problems of humanism, is the fact, that it does not have a clear credo. Then again, off cause enlightenment as represented by the Statue of Liberty and the Socratic fight of Voltaire, is a centrepeace idea. But the human understanding and caring of the individual does not really have a credo. […]

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