Next week might set a new guideline for me. Next week the courts might decide to ship the humanitarian and author Niels Holck to India, where he like a French woman named Clotilde Reiss has been accused of destabilizing a regime in the third world – in Holck’s case India.
According to my opinion Danes shouldn’t run around caring about people in the third world. We have lost our goal in lives, our early retirement is gone for people, so where is the general concern for our welfare? Why are Danes leaving our country dealing with tasks which are very much not of our concern?
I believe that Holck should be punished in some way. France did allow Reiss to live at their embassy abroad while the trial took place. Denmark should do the same with Holck. He should like at the Danish embassy for the years the trial would take and go to the court meetings.
He is not a criminal. He is a fool concerning himself with matters abroad. It is general knowledge that the trial was allowed by the Danish government so we could achieve two things. For one our old ships could be broken up by the experts in India. Second we could house COP15, which was an error because we allowed ourselves to be exposed for blackmail.
People have come to my doorstep asked for money they could send abroad. Based on the finding of the court the future could very well be that I would ask them to leave right away unless they can give me a 50 page assurance from their accountant that the 12-15 of the money which reach the destination will not end up by terrorists.
I will not support crime and if the courts find that the humanitarian Holck did an act of crime, my wallet will remain close as soon as someone mentions any foreign activity.
Just to follow up on my previous posts. In France the population will have to adjust to a dark future without anything to look forward to now where the pension age is higher. If they look anything like the Danes they will have forgotten how evil their president was when it is the date for the election. Sometime people forget too fast.
Here in Denmark our foreign minister used several hours to say sorry for not answering every question with answers for questions not yet given. It is an odd case I don’t understand. All I know is that she is doing a good job showing the world that we have outgrown the need for them by remaining at home or at holiday whenever they meet about something.
That’s all for this week for my readers. See you on next Saturday.