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Atlantas new anti-abortion law as predecessor for Gilead ?

In Uncategorized on May 20, 2019 at 21:47

It is certainly worrying that Atlanta new anti-abortion laws seems like it is a free-pass to rape a women masked and then observe from the distance while the victim has to bring the result into the world so it can be adopted perhaps back to the family where the perpetrator is the husband.

Is it fantasy?

Fact is that many cases of rape are conducted between people who knows each other in advance. A bit too much alcohol, an innocent victim lured by a more experienced and manipulative perpetrator.

And now the victim has to endure 9 months of punishment caring the very result of the inside her and then a life of punishment and shame because the society has condemned her instead of the person who raped her.

That is what the new anti-abortion law in Alabama is all about. That is what down the road leads to a new Gilead.

That is the reason the law must be reverted.

More states are lining up with similar sinister laws.

Alabama’s anti-abortion law isn’t alone. Here are all the states pushing to restrict access

Why it is so important that you vote May 2019

In politics on April 18, 2019 at 06:07

In every memberstate the citizens shall vote who should sit in the European parliament who is part of the structure that rules the European Union.

Why vote when almost every ordinary citizen wants to leave the European Union but have decided that their country has to stay because Brexit has become too costly?

Because you can chose politicians who can make the entire project not working!

Most of the suffering the Danish people endure and this to such an extend that it is almost impossible to imagine a population experiencing a tougher life anywhere on the planet is a direct result of out EU membership. The people in our local parliament seem to look for less to do, so they have outsourced a large number of areas to the European Union.

We are no longer masters in our own house.

To stop this torment, this terrible tough life most Danes live, we need a non-working European Union.

So vote!

It has never been more important.

Any maybe, just maybe the rest of the countries will be so tired of us that they will offer us to leave with better terms compared to those, United Kingdom got.

Freedom of Speech causes one city after another in Denmark to turn into ruins

In Uncategorized on April 16, 2019 at 05:03

I am a true believer in the freedom of speech. That is the reason that I and my other Danes are ready to accept one city after another to be destroyed due to riots.

Rasmus Paludan tours Denmark with his political messsages. Messages I happen to disagree with him about. But also messages which lies within the limits defining Freedom of Speech.

That is the reason I was down at the local construction market where I bought wood panels to cover my windows, so I am ready once he turn up in my town. Because where he goes, people from criminal gangs, supporters of ISIS, radical communists and socialists tries to confront him and then they clash with the police who are bound to protect freedom of speech.

It has caused massive destruction inside the cities he visited until now.

Large parts of Copenhagen were hit by violence. As result the police has issued a “double punishment zone” covering the central of Copenhagen. That means that if you are caught doing a crime (speeding, tax evasion, shoplifting, street fighting, assault) inside this zone, you will get the double punishment when the court sentence you. The signal from the police is clear. Leave this zone and stop to interfere with the freedom of speech!

It is rather strange that we now have to see fight for freedom of speech inside the same country who saw its proudest moment back when the cartoon crisis occured. Back then it was a clear victory for Denmark. Did the world change so much that we now have to fight this war once more?

I remember how proud we as Danes were when people far away from Denmark died just because of some random drawings. I think the lesson is that important things in life like democracy and Freedom of Speech is not something you get for life just because you won one battle. You have to maintain your fight all life.

So I am preparing so my house will not be sacrified and we left homeless, when the Freedom of Speech has to be defended.

This is also Denmark

In culture on March 30, 2019 at 06:35

In Denmark we have a large part of out country where no development takes place. It is parts of Denmark where you construct highways to you can pass it faster.

The areas are among Danes called “The Rotten Banana”.

Here is a link to a website showing the typical housing standard in the rotten banana.

Pinterest collection “The Rotten Banana”

The Rotten Banana is also the place where officials are deported to if they screw up their job working for the public sector. Recently the Danish government banished 4,000 employees to the Rotten Banana. 70 to 90 percent of the employees quit their job instead of accepting the punishment.

One of the national televison channels made a documentary about the people living in the Rotten Banana.

You can find some clips on Youtube.

This is also Denmark. Remember this if you have plans to visit us, live here or work here.

Foreign students own Denmark 94 million dollars in student loans

In politics on March 25, 2019 at 17:35

Denmark is now actively going after students from other countries who have borrowed money in Denmark while they were studying here. The total amount is now 623 million DKK which is roughly 94 million dollars.

For a number of years, this amount has increased. Before 2013 the amount was less than 100 million DKK but the open borders inside the European Union as well as students who posed as refugees were able to take out student loans based on some rules set by the European Union.

The damages caused by this outstanding amount have caused the government ordering the universities to cut down on their activities so they are not so attractive for students outside Denmark. Many young Danes saw their dreams crushed. The number of young Danes who sought the universities this summer dropped because not only were the activities lower. Also the general student grant has been lowered for some year and the payback rules have been thoughened which could result in bankruptcy and social demise, if jobs were not at hand when the students graduated.

An entire generation of Danes has been punished because foreigners took the money without paying them back. No place on earth now offer a worse future for young people trying to find a line of business they can pursue.

As told above, the government will try to get the money back but it is costly enterprise as other countries are not obligated to help Denmark.

There is a hope but it is reather bleak.

Sources: (Some in Danish)

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