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Should we remain at home during Black Friday?

In business culture on November 20, 2016 at 09:18

When we shop every day we never think about how the products end up in our shops. We never think about the conditions people endure in order for us to stop.

In Denmark a growing number of people working in shops and supermarkets are not real employees getting a normal pay earning right to holidays. They are part of a poor house like scheme called job training where employers can approach cases workers at the city halls asking to get employees into their shop without paying normal salary for them. The employees get their welfare check or unemployment benefit but not right to holidays. The days they work doing the exact same work as people used to do in their job position don’t count to earn them another period of unemployment benefits.

So all over Denmark employees earning normal pay are kicked out and replaced with people in so-called job-training. Denmark has become a country where the job doesn’t go to the most qualified or motivated but the person who are ordered there by their case worker.

Is that a system you want to support as a consumer? No. Course you don’t.

But the problem is that it is almost impossible to avoid shopping in a supermarket where people are not slave workers who has replaced the original workers. The system is simply too wide-spread. The immigration crisis boosted the system. From the very first day it was clear that the immigrants never would be qualified to work as fully paid workers in a modern society like Denmark. The supermarkets used the opportunity to market themselves as humanitarians getting immigrants into job very fast but the reality was that these poor souls never were told that their presence kicked normal paid employees out and prevented many young Danes from taking the job which could finance their education in a time where the student grants are cut and in some cases even being replaced with student loan where the interest scare the students from even starting educating themselves.

If your option is to shop in Danish businesses, you should stay home on Black Friday.

Denmark has said no to US businesses

In business culture on November 19, 2016 at 08:38

Let me be very clear.

Among many Danes the idea grows that American businesses are greedy and too big for Denmark. The latest example was yesterday’s ruling in the eastern high court in Denmark against Uber which is a concept where owners of cars share their personal resource – their car – with people who don’t have one.

Then of course everybody know how the European Union motived by their Danish boss has targeted Google and their dealings with the government of Ireland.

It is an area where the new president of the United States properly needs to take action because if Danes blog business idea after business idea, the United States never might be great again.

The people who took the case to court were people from the socialist Trade Unions. Trade Unions marked by decades of corruption where managers got construction work done without ever getting an invoice. Trade Unions where a lot of money simply disappeared during meetings distributed among the participants. The government of Denmark has never been able to clean that mess up.

Uber became a competitor to a line of business who was used to have the market alone. A line of business where people cannot start for themselves even when they have the money because local politicians decide in a closed secret system how many who can run a business in their area. These people are dangerous and their employees are known to use violence against people who are a threat to their business.

Should a US base business accept to meet that kind of illegal competition abroad or should they turn to their government for help to target such competitors operating on the thin line between business and crime?

The future will tell.

Making America great again – volume 1

In politics on November 17, 2016 at 10:11

OK. Trump wants to make America great again.

How can he achieve that?

  1. Jobs. The ordinary people need jobs (and some entertainment, so they are quiet)
  2. Stop importing stuff. The debt is increasing.

How can you stop importing stuff?

  1. You recycle all what you can: All over the United States there are abandoned buildings and abandoned cars. If you look at country like Denmark, we tear down unused houses. If we don’t they soon will house criminals from the Eastern Europe or being used for prostitution where poor women from Africa are smuggled to Denmark in a human traficking scheme. We are however not the best in the world to reuse cement. In the Netherlands they are able to reuse a greater percentage for roads and new buildings. Look at a city like Detroit. Tear down all the unused buildings. Look at the man-power needed for that. At the same time cobber from wires, steel etc. can be recycled instead of importing the matrials reducing the import
  2. Urban gardening: Why use tons of energy and money to buy and bring food into the cities? Ask the church communities to use any empty building property for urban gardening and pass legislation so any empty/deserted property can be turned into small fields used for urban gardening without risking the user being charges with trespassing. The church communities can then distribute the product for the poor and needed
    For new buildings make legislation where it is ensured that anybuilding below 4 levels are make with roof where people can plant and harvest the outcome
  3. Use cheap unlimited energy resources: It is not matter whether you believe in global warming or not. It is a question about saving money. Solar energy is huge in Denmark. In the United States there are large areas where none are living which can be turned into the world biggest free energy source. At Oksbøl in Denmark 1,296 solar panels produce 300,000 kWh per year. Places in Death Valley there room for 100 times the number of panels making such an enterprise a profitable business. It is just cheaper than mining or drilling.
    Denmark is also a frontrunner in making wind mills. They test 600 feet high wind mills. If United States wants to building wind mills made of recycled materials, they can come to Denmark. They can ask to produce on their own on license using American workers. In Denmark there are many unemployed workers from this industry and they can be hired as instructors for almost no money because Danes don’t like to be unemployed. It is a real opportunity for the United States. Once they rely solely on their own energy sources the countries in the middle east really dont count anymore. OPEC would be a thing of the past. No American soldiers need to die over there. America would be great again.

Dear Trump

Denmark has some of the answers. The Netherlands have others. Send someone if you dont have time. Why miss a business oppertunity and the chance to make America great again?


As a citizen in a democracy you really only have one job to do

In politics on November 13, 2016 at 08:48

It is a simple task.

It requires less than an hour of your life. Often years pass between this task.

You have to vote !!!

In many countries people risk their lives doing that. If they vote for the wrong person, they are taken quietly out back and shot in the head.

But in many other countries people can vote without risking other than being stuck in traffic.

They remain home anyway!


There are no good excuse. Even when you dislike everyone you can choose between, then it is better to meet up and vote blank so you can tell everyone that the politicians they put on the list sucks in the eye of the people!

That is also an important message.

By staying home the message is: “I dont care about the world, my fellow citizens, my children, my job, in general anything”.

Maybe we should make a new T-shirt.

Non voters T-shirt

I read all kind of odd stuff from the United States. Protesters, parents putting children on the streets, assaults in high schools on people who supported the candidate who won. But none seems to be angry at the people who didn’t care about who won at all.

That is the people who is to blame. Those who didn’t do the single most important task a citizen in a democracy is supposed to do.

Will it be a special day today?

In politics on November 7, 2016 at 08:39

Maybe. There is of course the election.

Not that I care much about it. I am tried of these politicians who lives a life far from us ordinary people who struggle every single day to feed our kids and then feed ourselves. It has been harder day per day – getting worse year per year. I miss the old days where we Danes met over a couple of beers down at the local bar. The old days where people biked home from work. A Denmark where you didn’t have to learn who lived next door to you even after you had shared street for 30 years. Just a quiet nod over the fence when you both left for work.

It was more safe back then.

There was a time where life in Denmark was simple. People didn’t expect that much. Just to go to school for 7 years (9 years today) and then start working resting asure that they could get early retirement once their body started to wear down due to the hard work. Back in the day where you even could get a beer to your lunch at work.

Of course that is destroyed now. Our country is being run by people who let the European Union run all over them. Down there the politicians seem to know even smaller about how people in Europe in general live.

If the ordinary tax-paying citizen in the United States feel how we Danes feel, they will select Trump. Or they will select Clinton showing that they really doesn’t care anymore. That they feel that politics are no more for ordinary citizens. That politics should be something for the elite because it really doesn’t matter anymore who run the country.

In Denmark we didn’t feel the difference from primeminister Løkke to Thorning and back to Løkke once more. It has only gone from bad to worse for ordinary Danes. An entire generation will face no education at all because they plan to transfer student grants to student loans. An education will demand a college fund in Denmark. Only the babies who are born this year will have the time to collect the money an education require. For teenagers it is too late. They will have to aim lower or focus on labor which demands no education at all and use all their spare time to look at the groups responsible for their demise instead.

It is no good future but it is the future young Danes face.

The question is. How do young Americans think about their future. Will they vote today or will they just let the elite run the country?

Will it be a special day today?

I don’t know.

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