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EU membership causes Denmark to close down major parts of its education system

In politics on November 18, 2018 at 08:46

For a number of years it has become a problem that foreign students come to Denmark to study. Their presence have caused problems. When you start at the universities in Denmark they arrange an intro trip to a cottage where the goal is kind of team-building. Because Danes never open up to other people unless they drink alcohol, foreign students have been schoked by this experience when the talk include sexual behaviors or other private matter which is normal to debate in Denmark.

But also the economy was an issue. The Danish businesses do not welcome a person back who have worked abroad. In fact if you work abroad for 7 years you lose all welfare benefits in Denmark and are considered an immigrant in the eyes of the system. The reason for this approach is that the state pays for your education and then it is expected that you work your debt off in Danish firms.

Foreign students go back to the country they came from once they graduate and this is a waste of money.

So all the universities in Denmark will now remove classes which has a high number of foreign students attending. Unfortunately this damage our own youth more than the foreign students because the European Union do not allow the Danish education system to just send the foreign students home. They have to close down the entire class so not only the 5-20 percent foreign students are affected but also the 80-95 percent danish students.

For those Danish students they future is not good. A lot have to give up their academic future and simply skip a professional career and become SOSU assistant instead (working with nursing of elderly and disabled persons), which is a choice of career often selected by those who come from lower social classes.

While the closure of classes at the universities is a direct result of our membership status of the European Union, the authorities are now working hard to prevent that the bitterness caused by the many students losing a shot at a bright future will result in act of violence and possible attacks of foreigners in Denmark.

In that regard Denmark is challenged as never before. In a lot of cities in Denmark success cannot be shown. New students graduating from high schools can no longer wear the cab they buy when they graduate in public. If they do they risk being egged or even hit by worse things. People unable to achieve success of any kind due to their social status are becoming more aggressive and the anger towards success at others are becoming more widespread as Denmark become more devided compared to previous times.

A Dexit (Denmark leaving the European Union) could save the situation but when looking at the European Union it can prove impossible because the dictator of Europe – the seemingly drunken Jean-Claude Juncker who represent the elite in Europe – has put an implacable line down in order to prevent United Kingdom trying to regain its former status as a world power now where United Kingdom has broken the chains of the European Union which held the country down.

Denmark as a nation is challenged as ever before.


Kindergarten of death now housing so-called refugees

In culture on November 12, 2018 at 17:04

Near a township on Sealand in Denmark they now house refugees in a former kindergarten where a child died back around 2004. The sewer system is about 50 years old and run down in the area. That allowed pests like rats to leave the system and play in the sandboxes which the children also used. Sometime children taste odd things and it is likely that the death was caused by that. The employees in the kindergarten was of course in contact with their trade union as it is custom in Denmark and demanded overtime if they had to place nets or other cover over the sandboxes after work. The local medical authorities were kept in the dark by the management of the kindergarten so the exact cause of death was never fully public.

Later some kids played with matches and part of the kindergarten burned down. It was abandoned for some years and is now turned into temporary housing for the so-called refugees coming to Europe. Rather strange that they choose Denmark where you pay 50 percent of your taxes and can be charged 164,000 DKK if the social services determine that the parents social heritage has part of the children getting depressed because one of the parents had depression in the past, but that is another story.

The refugees live in the buildings formerly known as the kindergarten of death by the locals. They do not what kind of danger they are placed in. Otherwise they would properly choose to go back because as a person who have lived my entire life in Denmark and watched tons of television from around the world, I can really not imagine that any other people in any other country of the entire world are worse off that us Danes.

Trump was right when he warned the people of United States looking to Denmark for solutions.

Migrants come to Denmark too and it has become a problem (Danes studying abroad)

100 years ago a war started by state terrorism ended

In politics on November 11, 2018 at 11:00

11:00 today it is 100 years since the first world war ended. A war which started because Serbia had people on their pay list prepared to execute state terrorism. The Serbian organization The black hand was responsible for the suffering of Europe a role largely forgotten because various nations used the Paris Peace Conference to settle their score with Germany.

It is difficult to predict how the world would have looked if the great powers back then had set up a place to talk like the United Nations. Maybe I would never have been able to write this peace because the wars created development and without this development there would never have been any Internet.

Parts of the world would have been more peaceful. Most of the countries in Asia and Africa have experienced no joy because they became independent. If you should talk about failures of the United Nations, the decolonization process is one of them.

If the countries should have been independent and peaceful at the same time there should have been 5 times as many countries as there is now so each ethnic group could live in harmony with their own culture and not under control of some corrupted central government.

But both wars did happen and in a time where people quit treaties and start to live behind walls it shows another failure of the United Nations – the support for global trade.

We need to produce all goods near us and we need to stop flying around the world visiting all such of countries. When the first world war ended, we saw the first and most deadly flu pandemic of many. It was caused by a high number of soldiers being moved around and with them the illness.

When we fly on holiday, we expose the country we visit and the country we left for infection. This need to stop for ordinary people. We need to stop being interested in how people live abroad. We need to remain in our own garden when we are on holiday and care about our family and animals.

Only then we would have learned something from this terrible war. People in Serbia should not have care about the people in Austria-Hungary. If they had stayed at home and minded their own business, two wars could have been avoided.

So please stop care about everything outside your country and support peace.


South Africa was cheated today

In justice, politics on November 8, 2018 at 17:47

So this Britta Nielsen who is set to be fall guy for an poor IT-system in the department of social services in Denmark was granted extradition from South Africa to Denmark, so she can go back and be convicted for not being in the upper part of the sociale hierarchy. South Africa was fooled to help Denmark cover this case up. Normally people who commit white collar crimes in Denmark escape punishment if their social states is high enough.

Bank managers who ran their business into bankruptcy escapes punishment while ordinary people in the number of thousands have lost their job.

The IT-company Atea was a criminal organization according to the courts but they are still able to partipate in tenders about delivery of IT-equipment to the public offices in Denmark and the secret money men who owns not only Atea but a number of IT-firms managed to remain hidden in the dark outside the spotlight of the authorities.

Both the banks Nordea and Danske Bank laundered money from Russia and aided people to hide their money in Panama instead of paying taxes. They are free to operate by sacrificing some low-level employees and when the bank managers in the top quit to take responsability they get a huge salary for their stage performance.

Who did Britta cover for? That is the question. They money she stole was the politicians play-money. If you have a social project of some kind and you befriend the politicians in power, you can get granted some of the money. Where the money is supposed to end up is not public information. Why a certain project was favored over another is not public information. A small group of politicians hand out millions of DKK and the public get no insight in why and how they decide.

She wanted to get home to get protection. There are people in Denmark who knew and did not care because the money was dirty and result of what you will call corruption in other countries.

Most Danes do not care if she gets convicted. She worked as a public servant on a lower level. There was no judge position in a local court waiting for her – a position public servicemen are rewarded with when they have done good (and know some politicians).

What the Danes want is the system to change. When whatever project gets money paid by the ordinary citizens, the public should know why? It should be public matter whether one project gets the money over another. It should be about who we as tax-payers like most – not who knows a certain politician best.

Will this case change anything – not in a million years.

Main suspect in Danish fraud case to leave South Africa

Customer service in Denmark is non existing and it is OK

In business culture on November 2, 2018 at 17:23

A cab-driver in Denmark was acquitted after he threw a beer can after a customer and after he stated that he wanted to have sex with the customer and beat the customer up. He also called the customer out for being a prostitute. A co-worker confirmed this conversation.

Of course the customer was a famous soccer player so the Jante Law also was a part of the trial.

But the court came to the conclusion that the behavior of the cab driver was within the limits of the law. The soccer player works abroad and in a time where such people are looked at with somewhat suspicion the result could hardly not be another.

Cab-drivers in Denmark are a protected line of work. They are kept free from competition from modern transport firms like Uber. The Danish parliament has outlawed American based ideas in the Danish business environment.

As result transport is extremely expensive and there is no service longer. Especially now where the Danish courts have sanctioned poor customer service.

If you are a tourist and you are thinking about visiting an European country, you will do better if you avoid Denmark.


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