Monthly Archives: March 2015

Freedom of Association

also means freedom of disassociation. You might want to know some background too. But see, here’s the thing: (1) Indiana has gone from a swing state to a red state, so it’s fair game; and (2) Dems need something to … Continue reading

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One of the Great Figures of Our Time

A great quote from Ayaan Hirsi Ali: The fundamental problem is that the majority of otherwise peaceful and law-abiding Muslims are unwilling to acknowledge, much less to repudiate, the theological warrant for intolerance and violence embedded in their own religious … Continue reading

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Civilization: Just Give Up

A very interesting perspective: We act civilized. We pass rules, tell kids to talk to adults. I got bullied as a kid. And let me tell you something. Adults are useless. Rules are crap. The most well-meaning adults trying to … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry…

As Adam Smith once said: There is a great deal of ruin in a nation. The phrase’s context is explained here: Sir John Sinclair reported to Adam Smith that the British army had been defeated by the American rebels. Sir … Continue reading

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The Denmark You Know

Translated from Uriasposten; original text below the fold. The picture was originally published in Den Korte Avis[The Short Newspaper]: Regardless of how Danes vote in the coming parliamentary election, it will still be necessary to place heavily armed policemen in … Continue reading

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The Wages of Ignorance

I don’t need to actually do the work of researching, condensing and writing when others can do it so much better than I. Thanks. In the initial process of researching this episode, I stumbled across this comment here Tænk at … Continue reading

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Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing on Rainbows

or quotes from four persons, four of the cultural-political elites of the 80s and 90s in Denmark regarding the introduction of Muslim immigrants in large numbers. Original texts with names and sources below the fold. The Islamic world has become … Continue reading

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Swedish School Fires

On the Danish blogs I follow, I’ve read numerous times for years the rather amazing statistic that in Sweden, there is at least one school fire every day. In a conversation with someone at work, it occurred to me that … Continue reading

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