Get going for CHANGE!

December 21st, 2017 No comments

I believe, that what we need to do in the Democratic camp right now, is twofold. 

1. We need to prepare whom may be the next leaders of the Democrats for their presidential bid. I do not believe in coronations, honestly we need the grassroots to make their honest pick. But that does not mean, that we cannot start working on preparing those contenders that are here already. Bernie Sanders, Mark Zuckerberg, Joe Biden, and others. We need to prepare them for the battle of the presidential bid. 

If one charges and loses, at least we will be better prepared for the next run. In other words, we need a leadership course of some kind. I have tried to reach out for mr. Zuckerberg, I am writing a book about business and trust right now, with some of my friends, and I really wanted to ask Zuckerberg to join, but since my network is so frail and basically non existing, I can’t even find a way to ask him. I have tried to reach the US with a book release, but that seems difficult as well. Basically I am trying to reach out, but I suppose the distance is pretty wide. 

But, I will do my best to help all the contenders of the presidential bid. Then in the actual election, I will draw back, and each contender will have to fight on their own. 

2. We need to start making a new basis of the party. Renew ourselves. We have come far, but we need to develop new ideas based on the challenges the nation meets. Each candidate has his own agenda as well, but the PARTY needs a solid base it can fight from. Again, I have tried to reach the US with a book of mine, so that this process has some kind of traction besides of what I can do here from the blog. But we still need to develop, put up new ideas, understand what is going on, and make a success based on that. We have a few cards up our sleeve. We have the civil rights, we have a democratic/humanistic core, we have a possible renewal of the faiths, and we have a core socialistic idea about the commonwealth. In the UK they call it red Toryism, in the US we call it Obamanism. It’s the same, a center focused philosophy, that takes the best of each side and makes a new whole. 

Trump does the same actually, and he is winning, we should do the same, but we need good leaders. 

So, there is still some time until the bell rings for another fight, and we need to prepare. For me it is frustrating not to be able to reach the US, I am trying so hard, but that is how it is I suppose. We need to get going. 

Get GOING, for CHANGE!!!

G-d bless the will to stick your head into the maelstrom of problems and get our victorious. 

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Happy Hanukkah!

December 20th, 2017 No comments

Well, it is Hanukkah again. For the first time, I have actually put up a Menorah, and lit seven candles. Ok, I did not get it right, starting way too late, so I had to light five candles one day. But never mind, it is not the way of the things we do that matter most. It is that we really try our best.

We are celebrating this day of festivities, because a long time ago, Jerusalem fell, but through a miracle we got it again. So in a sense these days it is an extra wonderful thing to celebrate Hanukkah, because Jerusalem is once again recognized as the capital of Israel.

But it is also a reminder of what that means. The celebration of light, is the celebration of truth and goodness. Of being honest and giving to other people, regardless of our own needs.

This is the meaning of Hanukkah, to be a little lightbringer.

Jews are each and all of us different, we are revolutionaries and polemics. That is why we are always discussing and trying to find way to make a better world. That is how it is supposed to be, the light is not a simple or conform thing. It is a everchanging discussion on what is the up and down of the world, and how may we help those who need our help.

It is each of us who are tasked with the mission to bring that little light forth to help another nation flourish and thrive. We never give the simple or easy answers, we give the hard and complex answers, But that is because here in the material world, nothing is simple, and nothing is as it seems on the surface. We thrive under the understanding that the world is always to be understood anew.

G-d bless you all, and a happy Hanukkah!!!

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The cities of light

December 19th, 2017 No comments

I believe, that the current crisis in the humanities, is really a lack of faith in the basic tenets of humanism. 

When Swedes cover up barbaric crimes to be humanistic, then there is something completely wrong. The same goes for human sciences, where semiotics and deconstruction is still more or less the crux of the matter. 

These basic linguistic studies are ok, but there is a problem in the thought construct, when it leads to paralyzation in relation to simple questions. 

There is hope, I believe that the greatest university of England, that of Oxford is regaining a sense of proportion, and of true humanistics. That old hag of a wonder maker, that enlightener, that bowl of beauty and enigma of the magus. 

This is where the true rebirth of European thought in relation to human sciences will start. To cut all the veils away, I believe, that we need to go back to the foundation of human science, that of the Italian Renaissance of the 15’century. The human birth of Egyptian/Hellenistic ideas as described in the the hermetic texts that is the foundation of human sciences.

The poetic, soft, brilliant ideas of that temple of On, of Heliopolis. The city of light. 

We need to regain our fervent faith in the scientific light of science, that it is possible to push away the veil of Isis, and discover the truths that nature has hidden for us. 

But in order to do so, we need the best lightbringers to step forth, have no fear for their safety, and bring forth that scientific light!

Let it shine from the parapets of the old school, let the gates be opened, let each and every researcher be filled with the urge to find truth in the world, have no regard for taboos and the “how we do its”. Let them find their inner wand, and fight the darkness that surrounds us all, just because we have no faith. 

Yes, there will be a public spectacle of ridicule and antagonism, yes some will be thrown in jail for their idealism, yes people will wrinkle their noses. But this is what science is about. Not a slow decay into nothingness, but a bright, scientific blaze that will open the door to newfound faith and strength in both character of the magus and strength in the culture thus inflamed.

G-d bless the will to be honest in the face of persecution and lack of acceptance. Be strong honest and true in these times where truth is a scarce commodity.

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The humanists

December 18th, 2017 No comments

Europe is undergoing a vast changing motion these days, politically, academically and spiritually.

First of all, what is really happening? To understand this, I believe we should go back to the last time Europe really changed, and try to see the development in that light.

After many years of mismanagement and outright abuse of the European people, the renaissance took form. We still know many of the people who were the leaders of that time. Leonardo da Vinci, the Medicis, Twingli, Luther, Paracelsus, Erasmus, Calvin.

These people lived in a time that really created the first wave of European expansion.

After that there was the French Revolution that created the US, but the French Revolution owes a lot of its ideas to the reformation. The Jacobins reminds one of the Anabaptists, and the humanistic ideas of the French Revolution was really basically inspired by the humanistic revolution in northern Italy in the reformation.

That is why we see the Egyptian pyramid on the five dollar bills, because the humanists that had gone underground in Bavaria still held on to the Hermetic ideas of the Medicis.

Today we really wrestle with the ideas of the Reformation and humanitarian spirit of the quasi Egyptian ideas of the humanists.

In the sixties, we somehow dreamt of spreading all the humanistic ideas to the rest of the world, in our hubris we thought that people should just come to Europe, and they would automatically become as soft at heart as we were.

Boy, were we wrong. The humanistic ideas of the reformation has become so watered down, that we do not see, that they have become too brittle, and if people are not humanistic, they may not actually like the ideas, and keep on murdering and keeping slaves, as the Islamic State does.

This realization, that humanism is not necessarially adopted by all, comes as a great surprise to us, and frankly most people of the most humanistic countries are still in denial. Take Sweden for instance, they still cover up crimes so anti humanistic that it is just inconceivable that people can actually do so.

In the 15th century anabaptists and humanists were first put into cold water, then sliced by knives, and then put to fire after pouring brandy over them.

Today girls in Sweden are group raped, and then their abdomen is put to fire with a fiery liquid.

Same, same. The anti humanists have entered Europe, and Sweden is not interested in fighting this, despite the fact that it sees itself as a humanist country.

At the end of the day, the discussion between Luther and the humanists is the same then as it is today. Luther claimed that evil has to be stamped out with force, the humanists claimed that evil could be dispelled with dialogue.

We stand somewhere in between today. But the so-called humanists must get its act together, otherwise it is a direct insult to those heroes who sacrificed their lives five hundred years ago to teach us about humanism.

If we accept that anti human things just “has to happen”, and we do not act, with force, to protect those who are the end of that barbaric gun, we are not worthy the name. And their sacrifice would be to naught.

We need to act on this, no more acid burning, group raping, putting fire on innocent girls, this has to stop, otherwise there will be new vitriolic Luthers who will despise us for our weakness.

G-d bless the will to act on the new anti humanists of Europe.

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Jerusalem

December 8th, 2017 No comments

Ok, mr. Trump has made Jerusalem the eternal capital of Isreal. Yes! That was a boon, thank you very much. That was a tough, ideologically driven decision with ramifications for the future. Let us see what it ends up with, but thank you! That was perfect.

At the other hand, I also understand, that this was a move for peace. How may we understand this?

Mr. Kushner, the son in law of mr. Trump is the Jewish peace envoy, and he is, if you try to understand his stance on this a man of peace. In fact I could buy him a beer in the local Kabbalah center. So again, that is truly on offer. Next time we see each other in Jerusalem, beer is on me.

The point is, that the Kabbalah prophesy of rav Ashlag is that Israel is a vehicle for peace in the sense that it will be the glue between the three monotheistic religions. That of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. If the gesture is of that, as a peace of that branch, then it is a process that all of us should celebrate. 

Next year in Jerusalem, as we did say. And here we are, hopefully it is a symbol of peace, and hopefully Israel will be as Jeremiah prophesied, the light of the nations. 

That light just got a little candle extra, and let us all celebrate for that. Because we are for Hashem, for the eternal fight against the dark lord and his sons, by the wielders of light. 

That is us, and let us put a little extra light in the Menorah, the commemorate all the sacrifices that so many Jews have done to reach this momentous point of history. 

Thank you mr. Trump, that was a wise and bold move, we stand by you, and having Jews by ones side, is not the worst in the world. 

Hashem be with you all, and may peace finally find its way to the Middle East, all the wartorn cities should find rest finally. Finally. 

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The firebrands

December 6th, 2017 No comments

In many ways we are at the same stage of development in these days, that we were in 500 years ago. 

500 years ago, the entirety of Europe was swamped in superstition, endless plagues, a completely corrupt Catholic Church. A world where charlatans and enlighteners roamed around. You could say, that the building blocks of the US were assembled at that time with great humanists as Erasmus. 

Today we have the same. Scourges of migrants wrecking the continent, a corrupt and inefficient political class, a church that does not stand up for the true victims, and enlighteners roaming around. 
Erasmus did not want to revolutionize the church in the sense that he wanted to get rid of it. He wanted, through a wise and sarcastic wit to change the system from within. 

At the other hand Luther was the true revolutionary firebrand who wanted to change it all. Who won at that time?

This is not to say anything wrong about Luther, he did manage to cleanse his world, and he created something lasting and beautiful. Protestantism. 

My point is just, do we want to make a total rejection of the state as it is right now, or do we Change the system from within. 

In this sense, I do stand where Erasmus stood, but as long as my ideas are not implemented, the call for a Luther just gets louder and louder. 

The reformation was an awfully bloody spectacle, and we risk by not doing anything, and being sucked up in endless fruitless debacles about this or that, that my vision runs out, and the Luthers win the day. 

Britain First and their rejection of EDL is a pretty good example of that. 

By not doing anything, EDL and its ideas are slowly going into the background, and a more radical vision wins the day. 

This is not to diminish the outrage that is behind Britain First, it is a call for the establishment in order to make it realise, that in order to survive, it needs to tackle the corruption, and the sloth and the inactivity. 

At least this is what we can learn from history, and as they say, unless you learn from history, it tends to repeat itself.

G-d bless the will to engage in history and learn from it.

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What to do now

December 3rd, 2017 No comments

I have been given the crisis in the British public regarding Britain First some thought.

First of all, if you feel that you are not heard, and everybody seem to accept that your country just goes downhill. It is truly understandable, that you end up not giving a damn, and then just throw all decency out of the window. 

That is, more or less, what the footballers, hooligans and exservicemen of Britain First is doing. 

I understand that. 

At the other hand, I also understand the need to distance oneself from people with a fascist background. Seriously England has always fought against that. 

When I introduced my ideas of a pro patriotic, Viking freedom loving anti islaimist theory. Everybody went on that boat, and it worked. 

Right now, we are talking with the very founders of Democracy, the Human Rights council, and they accept the premises. Because they are wise, balanced and human. 

So in essence, it was a huge success. Everybody agrees to that. OK EDL fell apart after a long ardorous walk of mr. Robinson, but the ideas have become mainstream. 

Then what I think is really the solution to the current predicament, is actually DOING something about the problems. 

It is not enough to recognize that there is a problem, you also have to do something about it. 

Making more surveillance is not going to solve the problems. It requires broad masculine soldierlike types to tackle all the violence of the Islamists. 

And the Islamists need to find somewhere else to live than in a Democracy. 

To take the wind out of the footballers fight, the state should start acting, doing something. 

With that, the footballers will feel that they are heard, and they will stop the uptick in violent rethorics and confrontation. 

Here in Denmark, we do a lot to give people who are frustrated with the current development a statesponsored and legitimate way to organize and help. It is called the Hjemmevaernet or home defense. 

In this way the state has a way to organize the protest, and also use the good people that are willing to defend their country in the actual defense. 

Instead of pitting the Patriots and the state against each other, we collaborate and try to work towards the same goal.

But truly what has caused the problems is the inactivity of the government, because the government has been to occupied with Brexit, and lost the momentum on home defense. 

Having the eye on both balls is pretty difficult, but it is necessary. 

Our experience here in Denmark is, that there is a lot of red tape to cut through. But it is possible, and it has given the initiative to the state instead of leaving it to the people of the street.

That is really what it is all about, keeping the initiative in this fight. 

Don’t lose sight of the aim, a secure and humanistic democracy. And start acting towards that goal, sooner rather than later. 

The world is watching, so there is no getting around it. 

Please, look at this from at humane perspective, and use the necessary means to keep the peace. 

G-d bless the will to be honest and strong in a very, very difficult situation.

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Rennaisance

December 3rd, 2017 No comments

We are truly living in revolutionary times, I have realised this, as I have kept reading about Paracelsus the rennaissance Doctor who revolutionized medicine.

He lived in a time, where the pest was all encompassing, then there was syphilis and countless other diseases that swept away whole villages. 

The medicinal arts had basically not changed since the antiques and it simply had no effect. 

It created such a deep crisis in the European society, that something had to be done. Enter Paracelsus.

Paracelsus was a quack and a vagabond, he wandered most of what we then thought was the world, and he sucked up all knowledge of that time. 

What he ended up doing, was to invent a whole new way to work with medicine. 

Medicine went from a philosophical discussion on the humors of the body, to being a strict empirical science, still is today. That is medicine looks at the body, and focuses on how the body works. It then tries to design a remedy. 

Paracelsus also was totally open minded anything that worked, he took it in. Folk medicine, magic, whatever, as long as it worked. One example is the willowbark tee, that soothed headaches. This is what is behind aspirin. 

So he was the real deal in a time where people demanded new answers. 

The same goes for politics these days. The political system that we have ended up with after hundreds of years of tinkering with it, is not working anymore. The result is a gigantic crisis. 

Europe is flooded with migrants, that is tearing the whole place asunder. The US and UK had plummeting economies, people are desperate for new answers, because they can see things are falling apart.

Enter the political philosopher. 

It may sound preposterous, but in many ways I feel a kindred spirit in Paracelsus. As me, he sought for answers in places other people see as wrong and not that fine. As me he is a weird type, not fitting in anywhere. As me he is absolutely convinced about his own knowledge that is way deeper than anything else anyone is bartering these days. As me, he is treated with utmost both scorn and appraisal.

A truth seeker and a magus. A unconventionalist and an iconoclast.

So as they lived in a medicinal revolution in the 16th century, today we are living in a political revolution. 

And it is not fancy ideas people are looking for, they are looking for something that crudely works.

This is what has happened in the US, that is at the helm of this development. The ideas that Barack and I put in the system is working, and it is slowly turning around the boat.

But also in the UK, in Israel, in Denmark and France. 

New, freshly minted political solutions to problems really dire. That will create what I inteded: A rennaissance. 

A rebirth of the ancients ideas.

G-d bless the will to understand new ideas and then use them to the good of Europe and all those who believe in that.

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The migrants

December 2nd, 2017 No comments

There is a lot of horror in the managing cadres of the British state regarding the rising and mounting problems with migrants.

Well, as the proverb goes, according to the Copts, who have had these problems the last 1400 years. 

“Don’t ask the victim not to cry, ask the offender to stop striking”

In other words, we have to be honest about who are actually causing the problems and then start doing something about it. 

First of all, what is really important, is the be clear on our own values. what seems to be the problem with Britain First, is the fact, that they have not been sufficiently outspoken about what they base their values on. If they base it in some kind of fascist dogma, this is off cause totally wrong. Shifting one kind of fascism with another is just stupidity.
Therefore we have been absolutely clear about the base we base our discussion of the migrant problems on. 

Democratic humanism. 

So, if migrants do not accept our democratic values, the rule of law and accept the sanctity  of life, they are not welcome. 

We see a long term threat to our democracy, if we have too large a base of voters who would like other systems and do not accept the democratic law

So, in essence, if a migrant is criminal or a part of a criminal network. That being an extremist mosque or the like, this is shut down, and the criminal is expatriated. 

We are working with the human rights judges right now, to find a way to include this in the official dogma of human rights. 

This is beginning to work, and it has created a sense of urgency in the migrant communities. They are realizing, that in order to live here, they need to abide by the rules. Otherwise we are officially allowed to kick them out of the country. 

It is as simple as that. 

You abide by our rules, or you get a kick out. 

They understand that. 

They still fight for their case, and that is fair enough. But the violence and the criminal conduct, the abuse of public wealth fare and so on, is not helping their case. 

In conclusion, we have a viable, internally accepted process, that leaves a lot of room for the migrants to accept the rules, and it solves the problem of rising migrant violence of different kind. 

It is definitely not easy, but it is a way of tackling the problems that is not inhuman or uncontrolled. 

It is a fair process, that hopefully, will solve the problems in the next ten to twenty years. 

G-d bless the will to be honest in this difficult situation, and use the right levers of the state to solve the migrant challenges.

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The fine art of helping

December 1st, 2017 No comments

I do a lot in the business of helping other people. As a day job I help a young disabled man, who are in need of constant help. As a philosopher my single most important job, is to try and help around the globe. 

So, as a person, I believe I have some insight into the great and difficult art of helping other people. 

Let me be honest about from the beginning. Sometimes I really hate it. When the bills are difficult to pay, when you harassed by the system, when people hate me. Times like that, I really hate it. 

Not that I would do anything else, but I believe that being a helper is not for the fainthearted. You should not try and help if you want personal gratification or to feel good yourself. If you have these motives please try and focus on other things. 

Helpers need to help, because they see it as a moral fight and mission of a spiritual nature. They do it to pull people out of the material trap that is often trapping people. 

In a sense, you should be strong enough to delve into the world of corruption, abuse and alcoholism without being tainted by it yourself.

That is really, really difficult, you have to be strong at heart.Empedocles, the Ancient Greek philosopher saw natural development as a sphere. At the fringes of the sphere there is strife, in the center there is love. Helping is about putting yourself into the midst of that sphere and be the little seed of love. Because the natural development of the sphere is to move forward and backwards from strife to love, to strife. It is a movement of waves. 

So instead of producing a wave, what you do, is to find the center of the sphere of a given community, and support that. 

It is not about yourself, it is about other people, that need help.

Now, going out into the wild is like a frontier movement. People who need help, are often sucked into the material world big time. They suffer from all kinds of misgivings. They drink too much, sometimes even taking harder drugs. They steal, they are violent.

These are the people, who truly need help the most. 

But working with people like that is not easy. Because how do you really help people who are so sucked into the material world, and are almost dying of it?

You do it by being a good friend. It is not about the money, it is about your support on an human level. 

This will put yourself in a tough spot, so you need to be strong. 

Being strong yourself is the most important. That is why you should focus on getting your own life up to date and as sound as possible. Off cause you should do that regardless, but also because if you put yourself in a situation where you have a mental surplus, then you are truly able to help.

Now, what do you do, if you are a philantropist, and happen to have a lot of money that you want to do good with in the world. 

First of all, don’t buy the easy tricks. Don’t go with the mainstream, go out there and find people who are in need. But do not support them yourself, find those people in the local community who are the ones who try and help and have some mental surplus themselves, and help them. Because these Angels in the local community are the ones who truly know what is up and down in the community, and are not prone just to take the money for themselves. 

That is really the difficult part, because good people usually do not cry out for money. They are content in just doing their work. 

But if you give them some money, they can enhance what they are doing already. Just make sure they are not dependent on you.

The truly difficult thing about helping and philanthropy in general, is that the persons who truly needs your help are those who cry out the least. They often just suffer, suppressed by someone. 

A good example are the Egyptian Copts, who are an amazing Christian minority. They are so uncorrupted themselves and amazing, and they receive very little help. 

That is a good project there, helping those Copts, they are actually in a lot of problems right now. Suffering from abuse of different kind. 

Giving them money would be a kind thing.

Then, never go on the beaten path. Because the beaten path is usually just another system of power abuse of some kind. 

Go out there and look for people who suffer in the silent. Like the Yazidi who were sold as slaves by ISIS. 

So in essence, find the local lightbringers and try to help them. 

G-d bless the will to do good.

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The defense of Europe

November 30th, 2017 No comments

We are now entering the next phase of the defense of Europe. The European states have, as usual, not done much. After mr. Trump tried to push them a bit on the war on terror through NATO, what has happened? In Denmark they have, after a long time finally decided to target….. Russia. 

The only conservative thinker that has pushed an antiterrorist agenda has been me. This has been accepted, but still I am held in the farthest possible distance to any real money, influence, power in general. It is not that I want that, but it is pretty symptomatic, that I am held in contempt, because they are not willing to do what is necessary themselves. The same goes on in most of Europe, there has been a small little surge in investment of military capability but it is mostly without any real focus. OK the European Union wants to build an army, but to what end?

What we need to focus on, which should be pretty apparent is the horde of IS fighters returning from the Middle East, not giving them better treatment than our own veterans. Imagine that. 

It is really painful to be a witness to. 

Me myself, they have, more or less, stopped the persecution. But there has been no compensation, excuses or anything like that. The media is still closed for me, anything that could actually make a life just a little better than living with one foot in the gutter, being terrorized on the job, doesn’t really seem to appear. 

According to my friend, it is because I am an extremist. Thank you very much, as if accepting massrape of women is not a bit extreme. Who is the extreme, the one who criticizes it, or the one who accept it?

My best advise to the Americans is, push on. The European laggards should be pushed to actually confront the terrorism there is in Europe, and we should not accept Denmark as terrorising and persecuting anyone who dare to speak up. It is disgusting. 

I know that there has been a lot of discussion on Britain First. Let me be clear, I do not know the basis they found their ideas on. It seems to me, that they are pretty vague on that. So I have no clue on their conduct, that is why I have not officially discussed them. 

According to my friend Melanie Phillips, they are fascists of some kind, and off cause swapping one kind of fascism for another is stupid. 

But that does not make their basic criticism wrong. Off cause a part of the Muslim community needs to be tackled and stopped from spewing anti semitism, hathred for democracy and so on. 

One wrong does not make one right. 

So, my advise is, start getting serious about these problems, it’s painful for the rest of the world to look at this outright treason of the European people. 

So can we please do something about these problems, on a sound democratic, humanistic basis. Taking care of the weak, who happen to be little vulnerable girls. 

G-d bless the will to see through all the fog, and be strong in fighting for those who are weak and vulnerable.

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The challenge to Democratic Humanism

November 29th, 2017 No comments

In the rennaissance, or rather one of the rennaissances that of the 15 th century, we had a huge move away from barbarity and to humanism. 

When you read the books of that time, you really understand why. In one of the books that I am reading you hear a lot about what was really the “rave” of that time within the community of shamans of Scandinavia. I suppose it is what we call Vølver here in Denmark, men and women of prophesy. 

What they did according to the book I am reading, was to skin the legs of a man, and make nice trousers of them. Imagine that. 

Another thing that was real all hip, was to chop off the hand of a thief, and dry it, to make a Talisman of that. Not civilized. 

What I am saying is, that we have become humane, but there was a time, where we not humane. 

In these times of migration and influx of people who have not been tought with humanism, a lot of the things that we have moved on from since the 15 th century is making a comeback. 

Especially ISIS is remarkably renown for the barbarity of their conduct. But also organized rape is appearing in many places of especially Northern Europe by migrants. 

In a sense we see that the dark times that we have moved on from is returning. 

For me, this is really the crux of the matter. Will we fight to keep our humanistic societies as humanistic, or will we acceptthat the dark times of Europe are returning. 

In a paradoxical way the humanists are usually the ones defending the barbaric migrants. That I simply cannot understand. How can one who are sworn to protect the sanctify of life defend child molesters?

It makes no sense to me, and it is a misunderstanding of humanism. Humanism is not soft on crime, it is the wisest and most enlightening harbinger of justice. It is not soft of people who molest children, but will unconditionally hunt them down. 

Because the vision of justice and peace is always challenged by injustice. We saw it with nazism, we saw it with communism and we are seeing it again with Islamism.

Democratic humanism must be strong to fend off the barbarity of people who do not accept that sanctity of life, but despises it. 

I know that not all Muslims are to blame, I recognize the movement of most of Muslims. At the other hand, muslims must also recognize and fight the atrocities that is made in the name of Islam. 

Raping of small children on an industrial scale. How can that be anything that the work of the dark lord?

G-d bless the will to understand the good of humanity.

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Paracelsus

November 29th, 2017 No comments

We have developed here in the Western and eastern civilizations in moves and jumps. Latest jumps have been the minority caretaking of the cultural Marxists. The development we are in right now is basically mine, which is democratic socialism with a fierce renewal of faith. 

Each step of the way has been done by a bunch of philosophers or, sometimes with just one philosopher. 

I am reading a lot about the Renaissance philosopher or mystic Paracelsus. He is a bit like me. A mystic with a lot of skill and also temperament. A genius of his time, who is still parting the waters. 

He basically represents the move from mysticism to rationality. He was the one who invented a lot of what we see as empiricism and objectivism of today. A contradiction since he was a mystic himself. 

The move I have recommended and fought a lot for, is a move where religion and spirituality is mainstream accepted again. This is really not a move against the rationality of Paracelsus, but in fact a move within the religious community where we move on from Aristotle and Plato to Anaxagoras (the teacher of Plato) to a more complete and rational explanation of the universe. 

The Renaissance with its focus on the ancients is yet again taking another turn. This time FOR religion and spirituality. 

What I am basically saying is, that when we went on with rationality and objectivism, only accepting what we can scientifically prove, we lost a lot in the realm of religion. This we need to recapture to be whole again. 

But when we do it, we do it on a secure and profound basis. Not in any way superficially. 

G-d bless the will to do good and understand that metaphysics should have a come back in the major halls of learning. 

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Strategies

November 25th, 2017 No comments

It seems to me, that the US foreign ministry is searching for at new strategy in the Middle East. 

First of all, again, as in the war between the Sunni and Shia, what is the endgame?
The Middle East does not really give anything to the US itself. So, if you wish to Make America Great again, perhaps focusing the resources where that goal is the aim makes more sense. 

I am here talking about China. 

The entire Middle East warfare theatre is facing a whole new paradigm with the new drone weaponry. 

I championed the idea of making small autonomous drones to fight ISIS. 

This development is now, more or less, complete. 

It gives us a weapon of such destructive power, that the nuclear bomb is a kitty compared to it. 

The aim of the development was to counter the strategical disadvantage we have in guerilla warfare against a ideologically driven opponent. 

It was pretty effective in Afghanistan, but we also had some drawbacks with the strategy. What we met was a lot of resentment by the civilians in the area, they felt that the way of making war was unfair. 

But, wisely deployed, we can win a lot of battles cheaply and swiftly. 

What we have to do, is to use the weapons where it has most and best effect. 

In ten years we are probably going to deploy it in Europe, in some areas before. France and Sweden are candidates for warfare of such a way, because they are really in danger of falling as states. In a desperate situation, we use desperate measures.

If I were the Americans, I would reach out to the European states that needs the weapon, then why not France?

Concerning the games in the Middle East. What I did was to support an anti Moslem Brotherhood strategy. That is, I supported Mr. Al Sisi in Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. This gave us a true act as a local player, because the people in the Middle East recognized us as a player with sufficient knowledge of the local power games. 

Israel is kind of reaching the same level of local player status. 

Talking with Turkey will abandon that strategy, which may be wise and then again maybe not. It gives Turkey too much power, and Turkey is actively fighting many European states including Denmark. So in a few years Europe will have to rap up the fighting against Turkey. 

So there is a choice there to be made. 

What I believe is important however, is to keep the peace. That is why I have supported those who want peace. 

In essence America needs to choose its friends wisely. 

What I would recommend would be to find a way to find friends in Europe and then take it from there. 

Also off cause support Israel and try to help where help is needed. 

Giving Israel an early acces to the drone weapon would be welcomed. 

At the other end of the globe, there is a more important game for the US itself, and that is to shore up support for the fight against China. 

This is important for the US itself, so it should be toppriority. 

We have to be realistic about all the dangers that the US faces, and act wisely in this wartheatre.

Be wise with our resources and plan ahead

One problem we really need to fix, is the fact that the Chinese has hacked the GPS system that we use for all our war vehicles, that has to be fixed ASAP.

Another thing is the fix the gap that will come between China and the US with the focus of China on AI. 

Combine AI with the new drones, that could give us a bit of a problem, see?

We need to focus on drone development, very heavily, and then start using the drones wherever necessary. 

Especially in Europe. 

G-d bless the will to be honest and wise in the use of our ressources.

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The new path

November 23rd, 2017 No comments

Without being in the US, I kind of feel a change of sentiment in the Democratic Party. Where the Clintons used to rule before, now it is more the Obama way that is really the true Socialdemocratic ethos. 

Well, as a Socialdemocrat of some kind, that is beautiful. 

In Denmark Socialdemocratism has always returned to its DEMOCRATIC roots, when it was challenged. A good example is the movement of Hal Koch who lived just after the Second World War and the disgraceful conduct Denmark had been witnessed to by its own people. 

We did not do well in the Second World War, we never fought really, we stood down. So we felt that we had sacrificed our believes for a milder treatment by the Nazi war machine. 

What Hal Koch did was to go all in on Democracy. That really changed the story, and has ever since really been the modus vivendi for the Social Democrats when in danger. 

The same tradition is what I have tried to revive. To stop looking into Cultural Marxism, and look into the true roots of Social Democratism That of Democracy. 

That is really what I have basically given the US. A way back to the common ideological base we share. 

To be honest, I did not really know how the US worked in the beginning. I just noticed that Barack really liked my ideas. So I tried to help and be a friend. Still am. 

But I see now, that what we did together, was to change the direction of the liberal party back to a more sound and constructive path. 

As the legacy of Mr. Obama is challenged, let us not forget that. I hope that now when the downfall of Ms. Clinton is more or less at its end, we can start building on this new base. 

That is the aim of the book I try to publish in the US. 

To build a sound base under the party. A true, democratic, honest, enlightened, wise, just philosophy to support the community. 

G-d bless the will to be strong in the face of adversity. 

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