In newer history, there have been several socio-political and economic movements in the West, each with its advantage and fanfare. The problem is that each and all of them have manufactured the same drawback: a refrain from having children. These movements are individualism, liberalism,feminism, and consumerism, although they are not directly related. In addition, several […]
Tag archive: Globalism
Continued from Part 1 For decades, commercials, films, and «reality» TV have attempted to influence men to believe they need as much technical equipment as possible and for women to believe the same about clothes and shoes. Women, men, teens and children have all been exposed to role models that either is adventurous and without […]
There has been a period of research and work on other projects, one of which will be the next book. Also, the Norwegian platform I used to publish my columns has changed their policy to be editorial only, so publishing of my articles there has stalled. Thus I will be looking for another platform for […]
Several of the established political parties support globalism – directly or indirectly – probably without realizing the consequences it can have for their own nation. [This was originally published prior to the Norwegian election in 2017, and, as usual, it is still relevant today because it describes a general tendency in both domestic politics in […]
In breach of the Constitution’s original clause (now altered) that describes the illegality of working towards placing Norway under the governance of a foreign power, several parties have a desire to place Norway under EU’s directions. Despite the people having said “no” to EU under two public elections, Norway was still placed under the EU’s […]
Washington and the UN recently stated [April 2017] that they no longer considered it a priority to remove Assad. Following this, the Assad regime allegedly found it strategic to attack its own people with chemical weapons and give the Allies a reason to do a turn-around. In the antique Rome, an effective type of reasoning […]
The problem with Russia as the new fabricated enemy is that is isn’t just Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen or Syria. Russia is a nuclear power of a seemingly under-estimated military caliber. President Vladimir Putin has warned Western journalist several times that the rhetoric they portray harms relations between superpowers and that the people aren’t informed […]
While one keeps hearing about “Russia’s aggression”, the Western media has ridiculed Vladimir Putin’s claim about NATO’s threatening behaviour. Could it be that Putin’s absurd claim is correct?
After the collapse and restructuring of the Soviet Union in 1991, the neoconservative core in Washington initiated an agenda. It is called the Wolfowitz doctrine, named after the zionist and neoconservative Paul Wolfowitz. Its first objective is to prevent the re-emergence of a new rival that could challenge U.S. goal of hegemony. Most of Washington’s […]
The immigration crisis describes the tragedy of people forced into refuge – but it also shows how the European people have been tricked by foolish policies.
Will a Third World War exceed the previous ones when it comes to weaponry, human loss and material destruction – or has warfare taken a new form? Most wars are related to expanded access to resources or the protection of them. One of the definitions of war also mentions that all warfare, in the end, […]
When does an economy go from being a synergy in society to be parasitic? When does the financial economy transform into financial madness? Investors and lending institutions can have a prosperous function when money is lent to new or growing companies. Hence, they can contribute to innovation, production, and employment, which are driving factors for […]
“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” – Henry Ford Even if Henry Ford’s words are over a century old it still has relevance. He was one of many throughout history […]
A recent announcement of an escalating information war on the internet reveals that the public is continuosly exposed to constructed truths. Propaganda is something one probably associates with historical events where certain governments or dictators spread persuading messages to their citizens. One would perhaps believe that this only went on during the World Wars or […]
In these times of caricature drawings of symbolic figures, and the following provoked parties, there should be a focus on what collective illusions are. Illusions aren’t necessarily problematic as long as one is aware of being exposed to them. Watching a movie, reading a book, playing a game or experiencing art, are temporary and entertaining […]