• Poetry

    If I was a terrorist

    If I was a terrorist Then I would as the first go down to the equipment store and get myself a disguise so I could play the role of the people’s benefactor, its nice uncle, the philanthropist, the democrat, the idealist, the ideologue or maybe the holy warrior who uncompromisingly fights for justice. I would write heartbreaking manifestos on how welfare behavior should be ensured by people like me. I would also describe what would happen if people did not surrender this behavior that they do not know what to put up with. I would exaggerate the description so that…

  • History,  Science

    Darwin Debunk

    Fossils make very little sense in the Darwinian context.Darwinism has nothing resembling a direct demonstration of theory such as physics. Darwinists claim without hardcore evidence that evolution is based on chance and natural selection.David Berlinski Biological objections In physics, one…

  • Philosophie,  Poetry

    Dictionary of New Speak

    Definition of New Speak:A term for words that mean something else and in some cases the exact opposite of the original meaning of the word. New Speak was described by George Orwell in his famous book 1984 as being the…

  • Health,  Politics

    The Gangster President

    Here are 6 quick questions about the state of affairs in United Bluff: Who is this ridiculous man they now call president? a question a lot of people both in and outside the country where they call him president are…

  • Philosophie

    The 8th Sphere – humans caught in a trap

    The concept was created by the English theosophist Alfred Percey Sinnett and further developed by the philosopher Rudolf Steiner – or whatever title one would like to give to this figure and multi-talented marginalized among philosophers. The Establishment could not…

  • History

    The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

    Many years ago in my teenage years back in the 1970’ies a film came up in the cinemas, that anyone with the taste of quality movies and good readings had to see. The German director Werner Herzog took up the…

  • History,  Politics

    The Murder of a Princess

    Do you remember anything about what happened on Sunday, September 1, 1997? Probably not. But I, like maybe you, remember all the fuss and media hype that arose in the wake of Lady Diana and her – so to speak…

  • History,  Politics

    The Cult

    It used to mean something else. The word CULT. Something other than what we understand by cult today. We live in times when old concepts undergo a perversion. Like the word myth. Once it meant epic world explanation, storytelling, today…

  • History,  Politics

    Nobels Peace Price – a JOKE!

    One would think that an international peace prize was intended for people who had seriously accomplished something for world peace. In other words, excellent people whose intentions and achievements were in beautiful harmony with each other, and who had brought…

  • History,  Politics

    Possessed

    Possession – what do we think? Do we get the association of our earthly possession, ownership or maybe stolen goods? Or do we come to think of the kind of obsession / possession we have seen in movies like The…

  • History,  Politics

    Mafia

    There is a country that has been and still is ruled by the mafia. It is one among many, but the size and significance means, that we have to deal with it. You had guessed what we’re talking about: the…

  • Health,  Politics

    Systemic State Corruption

    Allow me as a Danish commentator and author to use the political conditions of my country as an example of the the way, States, countries, governments let themselves be corrupted. I can guarantee you with 100% certainty, that you will…

  • History,  Politics

    Skulls, bones and pirates

    ”What are you waving out of the trunk of the bike cart, Little Joey?’ ‘It’s a real pirate flag, and it’s weely cool!’Little Joeys father thinks so too. He’s a hipster, and he wears his trendy black T-shirt with an…

  • History

    The Venetian Curse

    The world is experiencing a League of Cambrai moment right now. There is a minute of silence, where one hears a shy voice in the second back row asking ‘This Cambrai thing, what is that?’ A little world history. In…

  • History,  Philosophie

    Nebuchadnezzars Dream

    It is slightly problematic with prophecies. They are often foggy in a way, that they can be interpreted for pretty much anything, as long as you cut a heel and chop a toe. However, one of the prophecies from the…

  • Philosophie,  Science

    The 76 Logical Fallacies

    Logic is the second step in the problem-solving three-part syntax called Trivium. It is part of the syntax of actual thinking. If thinking is to take place, you have to work out your general grammar, which consists of asking what,…

  • History,  Science

    A Problem called Gravity

    Gravity is very poorly explained in the branch of science called physics.They assume that throwing an apple from the Tower of Pisa proves, that the mass of the Earth pulls the apple from upside to down. Is that so?There is…

  • Philosophie,  Politics

    You can’t say that!

    An Englishman was in the United States sometime in the 1980s when he was talking to an American – no wonder. He remembers to his great astonishment that at one point he got a forefinger from the American, where he…

  • Health,  History,  Politics

    War Room

    So here we go. What we all have feared is now a reality.World War III has in the hot version has now been declared. The cold version, the silent version, the covert non-declared version has been going on for almost…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Poetry

    Beauty in Exile

    You just have to take a walk in the city – or even worse: drive into the city via various access roads to experience a pronounced lack of beauty. One has to close one’s eyes to all esthetics and move…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    The King that disappeared

    The starting point is a big wonder. Let us begin by noting that the most talked about, quoted, and hailed figure in world history is completely missing in precisely: world history. The man’s name is Jesus. Put another way: the…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    The Russian Revolution

    The Empire of the 20th century Soviet state destroyed the Russian Tsardom and Russia as a nation. It betrayed the Russian people by doing the exact opposite of what it claimed it would do. That was its sad purpose. It…

  • History,  Politics,  Science

    The Energy Machine

    They call it Free Energy. There are basically two attitudes to the concept, and neither of them makes sense. The first position is mainstream science, ie physics, which flatly rejects the phenomenon based on their model of physics – again…

  • Health,  Philosophie,  Science

    In the Beginning was Sound

    This is an examination of the secrets behind frequencies seen in a musical perspective. Let’s start with a postulate. The six tones in the scale have a particularly universal frequency. This frequency is not relative, but absolute. Disclaimer:I already hear…

  • History,  Philosophie

    The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales

    Its for children! For children, you say. We’ll see about that. We have most of our adventures for children from sources in the early 1800s. In particular, the Brothers Grimm, who were not only children’s book authors but competent historians,…

  • History

    These Vikings …

    Be prepared for a journey here. It’s not a short one, but it is one of the most rewarding and intriguing ones. History is beginning to make sense, and a larger picture can now be seen. It is the history…

  • History,  Philosophie

    Chivalry – Truth and Nothingness

    We live in times where universal human values and concepts able to describe them are vanishing. Often they seem lost or so changed in their core, that they are no longer adequate. In some cases values and concepts are so exposed to scorn, censorship, condemnation or attacked…

  • Health

    Life Force

    This is two conversations or interviews if you like with a person highly knowledgeable in both food production, farming and gardening from a Life Force perspective. Her name is Susanne Hovmand, she is Danish, and she and her husband was…

  • Philosophie

    The Power of Play

    Some years ago I was walking the Haute Randonnée Pyrénéenne, which is the High Route of the Pyrennees. It is a path that crosses the highest passes of the mountain chain from the Mediterranian to the Atlantic Ocean more or…

  • History,  Politics

    Shipwrecks that Changed the World

    How strange it is, the way shipwrecks have played such major roles in scullduggery and fraud in our time? USS Maine was sunk in the harbour of Havanna to start the Spanish-American War. Lusitania was sunk to bring USA into…