Politics

If Ukraine joins the EU, we are all at war with Russia

The latest news from the Ukrainian war is Kiev’s missile attack on Crimea, where over 100 bathers on a beach were injured by cluster bombs, of which about 6 people died. One might wonder about the strategic value of killing and maiming civilians on a beach. The American ambassador was of course called to the …   ►

Even more surveillance and control

The controversial European Chat Control 2 law was passed quickly and quietly, without anyone noticing – just a handful of internet activists and dissidents. The law allows machine intelligence (AI) to automatically read through citizens’ electronic messages, pictures, etc. and allows client-side scanning, which in practice means spyware on your phone and computer. The interplay …   ►

Russian naval bases near the US

The Russians are planning naval bases in Cuba and other Latin American countries, just a few miles from the US coast, and are currently conducting joint military exercises with nuclear-capable ships. At the same time, the Moscow Stock Exchange is banning the dollar and the euro; it is no longer possible to pay in these …   ►

Striving for a normal society is right-wing extremism

Striving for a normal society has become right-wing extremist. Anyone who wants border controls, sustainable immigration, low taxes, and advocates local culture is now considered a far-right figure. And that is of course crazy and wrong. It’s the other way round, uncontrolled mass immigration, waste and unbridled acceptance of foreign cultures is the extreme position. …   ►

Progress for the Swedish left in the European Parliament

Much to the delight of the establishment, the Swedish right wing retreated in the European elections. There is even talk of a historic failure for the Sweden Democrats. Instead, the Social Democrats advanced, as did the Moderates and the Green Party as the third strongest party. It is strange that the Green Party (which has …   ►

The impossible presidential election

Joe Biden has problems, his dementia is starting to become more apparent, he rambles and has difficulty speaking coherently, and there are rumours that he has pooped his pants in public. The idea that he can hang on and manage the presidential campaign until November is looking less and less credible. How will he even …   ►

Full banana republic

What if the US has always been a banana republic? The country’s industrial success at the turn of the last century was perhaps due to huge untapped raw material resources in the form of oil, metals, forests, etc. Low hanging fruit. All the science and progress thereafter was made by smart European migrants and their …   ►

The organisations that rule the world

We are seeing large protests in Georgia. Few know what it’s really about, but the media say the current government has passed a ‘pro-Russia-law’ that will make EU membership more difficult for the small country. It is actually about regulating foreign organisations. The new law requires media and non-governmental organisations to register as foreign agents …   ►

The political line of all parties

If we were to summarise post-war policies, three points stand out. We have had this agenda for 50-60 years now: Open borders It sounds unbelievable to many people, but the concept has crept into our everyday lives. We can hear it, for example, in John Lennon’s song Imagine, or from very different political camps such …   ►

The lame right

Is the Swedish party SD some kind of paralysed and controlled opposition to all the leftist parties in Sweden? And even the Moderates’ promise of responsible immigration is becoming a punch in the air. We will probably end up with about 100,000 immigrants this year as well, if you add up all the sources (statistics …   ►

The far-right is coming

Elon Musk recently wrote on X that: If maximizing free speech within the bounds of the law, a traditionally liberal value, is somehow “far right”, then I guess I am Musk has been mocked by the faux-liberal elite for allowing a broader debate on X than before. Even President Biden has promised to keep an …   ►