Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Brave New Denmark.

By Philip Jones November 2007.





Disclaimer: If you are Danish, this article might be seriously bad for your health.

Before I begin, perhaps I should tell you something about myself. I am a 49 year old British man, married to a Danish lady, and for the moment resident here in Denmark. Prior to first moving here back in 1996, I had spent 15 years as a Police Officer in London and before that 6 years in the military.

I was raised in the industrial area of South Wales and come from `working class` stock. Up until quite recently, I had been a staunch believer in the `democratic` process and a firm conservative.

My awakening began upon my relocation to this small, cold northern country. Up until then, I had `bought` into the consensus viewpoint, and although as a serving officer in London, I had been aware of all the many, and with hind-site, clearly `enforced` changes taking place in society, I had not realised that these changes were orchestrated and designed, as opposed to `evolutionary.`

I had imagined that Denmark would be little more than a smaller version of my homeland. My wife was/is not much different in views and culture from myself, and our countries share a joint history. For the first half year or so, I didn't take too much notice of my surroundings, as we were occupied with the day to day business of setting up our home and all those other mundane necessities.

It was when I was able to sit back and take note of my new environment that I was struck immediately at how different Danes were from British people. My wife had lived in the UK for some years and I soon learned that she was not typical of her country folk. The most immediate, and noticeable character trait was the habitual need many Danes have to tell other people how wonderful Denmark is, and how much better everything is compared to other places. To even the casual observer, it was plain to see that these people were deeply delusional.

Denmark is a nice and pleasant little country, at least on the surface, but no better and a degree worse than some places I have lived. It is small, with a population of around 5,000,000. Until very recently, it has been very homogeneous, (and to a great extent still is) and somewhat isolated, tucked away on the top edge of Europe. In fact, if one wished to conduct a `social experiment`, few places would be better suited, or located. Add to this the truth that Danish people are generally by nature in awe of authority, compliant and passive. One must forget the `Vikings` of yore. Most of them settled in Britain, Northern France and down the Volga.

I quickly began to question this pride in all things Danish. The food variety and quality was nothing like as good as in the UK and a degree more expensive. The public infrastructure was inadequate, and very slow. Monopoly was the name of the game in business. Little or no competition whatsoever. Danish produce and Danish produce only was generally the rule of things. The sheer cost of living was/is at least 2-3 times that of the UK, and yet everyone I met seemed very eager to enquire if I felt lucky to be living in Denmark. Then there is the much vaunted Danish Medical System. Again according to Danes `the best in the world`. But that's just the thing, it wasn't/isn't and the standards are dropping continually, whilst the costs of prescription medicine and Dental care, even on the back of this `public health service` are out of control.

As a former London Police Officer, I was often asked to give lectures at Odense University, on matters relating to crime etc. Over the next few years, I gave many of these presentations, and was shocked at how unquestioning and compliant young Danish people were/are. They appeared immune even to provocation, which I used on several occasions in order to get a response, but usually to no avail. I was also able to attend several degree classes over this period, and was appalled and shocked at the excessive levels of Marxist/Feminist views being foisted on the young people.

The history of their country prior to the end of WWII appears not to be taught at all, and very few Danes seem to have any grasp of their country's past. Most of the teachers were female (of a sort), and the classes themselves were overwhelmingly populated by girls. Almost every lecture I attended was weighted heavily towards a `European` future, and very few were not heavily biased in that direction. And yet, paradoxically, the `Denmark is the best country in the world, with the best education system, best medical system, best social system, best economy, `ad nauseum` was also a constant theme. This is the same message transmitted through every media outlet, and Danes take love of flag to a new height, even decorating Xmas trees and birthday cakes with that national banner. This apparent contradiction, caused me great confusion at the time, but no longer.

Today, I understand; Subliminal symbolism!

This acceptance/compliance extended into society in general, where public complaints against the system of any kind were in very short supply, or non existent to be truthful. With every new law, or government inspired price increase or tax hike, would come the standard response "there's nothing you can do about it" or in Danish, "Saadan er Danmark," which literally means, "that's how it is in Denmark."

Denmark is the country of rules. There are rules for everything here. Even the rules seem to have rules, and the people have an annoying way of interfering in each others lives to the point of self regulation. One of the world's smallest countries has one of the `biggest` governments, and `The State` is one of the biggest employers here, so people depend upon it for their livelihood.

The ID Card was introduced to Denmark back in the 1970's. Every Dane, or foreign resident here has a `personal number` and unlike the `National Insurance` number in the US or UK, it must be quoted in order to do almost everything. One cannot get a bank account, travel, do business of any kind, learn to drive, be educated etc. without it. It masquerades as a health insurance card, but has a far more all encompassing purpose. It is also backed up by a national register data base. The coming Biometric model will simply be presented and accepted as an `improvement` and or progress.

Conformity in all things is the way of life here. People dress the same, cut their hair the same, eat the same, do the same, like the same, say exactly the same phrases, in fact, modern Danish is more a language of phraseology than anything else (New speak ?) They like the same food (and will serve the same `fare` to guests every time, no matter which Danish home one visits). An evening out at most Danish households, could/can be scripted beforehand, from start to end.

Danish women and girls have with a few glorious exceptions, have become almost androgynous in appearance, and most are fiercely feminist in their views, actions and manners. Danish men are for the most part socially emasculated. Danes love their country, but will apparently not fight for it. Danes are suspicious of all things foreign, and resist all such influences, to the point where their shops have very little on the shelves, and what there is is ridiculously expensive, and yet, with all that said, they absolutely fail to recognise or attempt to resist the looming shadow of the European Superstate, still believing it to be something they can just walk away from when they have had enough.

Danes rarely smile in public, and are often very reserved to the point of being rude, and yet, a recent opinion poll carried out throughout the EU amazingly showed them to be the most content of Europe's people. It was this that really got my juices flowing. Danes had been telling me for nearly eight years that `they had it so good`. But they didn't. Not at all. They had it good like a bird in a cage has it good.

I had the feeling even back then that if I made too many comments of an unfavourable `Anti Denmark` nature, then just maybe my residency might be revoked, or I might come into contact with the `State Authorities`, (Danes are encouraged to `Spy` on each other and the more perfidious among them do so with gusto). Of course no such thing occurred, but the feeling was there. Such is the insidious nature of Danish society, which heralds `Free speech` as an inalienable right (As in the Muhammad Drawings) and yet damns that same `free Speech` to foreigners or dissenters.

By the end of the 1990's, I had begun to understand the extent to which the Danish population had been completely indoctrinated. Any form of criticism was fiercely resented. Nobody ever seemed to complain about anything of an official nature. Nearly everybody I happened to know, or speak to, along with or those I saw speaking on TV seemed to believe that the Danish Government wished only good things for them. That the ever burgeoning tax burden was necessary, even a good thing. We are speaking of an income tax of on average 50% plus a sales tax of 25%. This level of taxation is across the board, and does not include tax on cars, houses and well, everything you can imagine which could be taxed is taxed and then some. And all prices on all things rise on 31st January every year, without fail. This is just understood and accepted without comment or complaint by the majority of the people. "Saadan er Danmark." (Such Is Denmark).

When my wife and I tried to explain that people in the UK, paid a fraction of the Danish tax burden, and still managed at least a parity in social welfare, and medical care, they wouldn't believe it. When we told them that the food in DK was of an inferior quality, with no variety and ridiculously priced. They again wouldn't hear of it. It just could not be.

We travelled to the US three times between 1996 and 2001 spending a total of fourteen weeks there and travelling some six thousand miles. Those three `trips` were milestones in my life, and I was bursting with tales of our adventures, but upon returning to DK, not one Danish friend or family member showed any interest whatsoever in our stories. It was as if we had never been away. The only people who were at all interested were our `international` contacts.

Now, I might be rambling at this point, but what I am trying to depict here is a society quite unlike anywhere else. Even by European standards, Denmark is different. If it isn't Danish or Denmark, then they cannot contemplate it at all.

I felt totally disaffected with the country, and at that time, even with no knowledge whatsoever of any `Global Conspiracy`, would say things to friends such as; " These are not people, they're like `Body Snatchers,`" or "There must be something in the water here," and even "It's in the food they eat." Little did I understand how close to the truth I was.

Then I started to put the pieces together; the inertia of the youth, the conformity of it's citizens. The `blind` obedience of the populace. The apparent contentment being voiced, which was in obvious conflict with the miserable demeanour of Danish people. The narrow, insulated `bubble` view of the world around them. The conditioned state of national denial, refusing to admit even the possibility that some place else might be in some way better. And the absolute kicker; the Danish obsession with work. It is the number one conversation topic. To work is everything, and if one is not in work, then one is a member of a `trade union`, which will find some way of ensuring that one has little or no spare time to think and consider life, and what is happening all around.

In 2003, I read Pat Buchanan's book, `The Death Of The West.` This work set me on the path to discovery, and although I have moved a little beyond it, the facts and ideas expressed by the author were in many cases highly relevant to my experiences in Denmark. But the point is this; on page 77, Sen. Buchanan makes this quote:

"The perfect totalitarian state, is one where the all powerful political bosses, and their army of managers, control a population of slaves, who do not have to be coerced because they love their servitude."

This is from Aldous Huxley's nightmare novel `Brave New World,` and it is an uncannily accurate description of Danes and Denmark.

I spoke to my wife about this, and she told me that she had read the book. That in fact it was almost required reading at `Upper level` schooling. Denmark is `Brave New World.` I set about reading Huxley's book`, and it chilled me to see all the parallels with Danish Society.

They have introduced so much of it here. The mindless compliance and conformity, the androgyny, the totally passive and non agitative demeanour. The all pervading Social State. The Brain washing and categorising of students within the education or rather, `State indoctrination` program.`

The resorting to the use of `Psycho Analysis` for any form of `anti social` behaviour, which can be nothing more than daring to publicly criticise the state, or asking awkward questions, or young males playing around in classrooms. The prescription of `happy pills` to supposedly depressed people or in other words, anyone who begins to see what it is that surrounds them.

The Mass Media, State Education, State Health Service and all the other avenues of public information tell the same story incessantly. Denmark is the best country, Danes are the best at everything. All things Danish, are better than those which are non Danish. It has created a people so `dumbed down`, so afraid, so passive, so paradoxically proud yet obviously suffering from a deep seated inferiority complex. Arrogant, yet totally lacking in self confidence. Put another way, this is one `mucked up place.`

No need of `Tasers`, or heavy handed Police tactics here. Not much evidence of surveillance cameras either. If the government says inject your kids with this or that drug, Danes will do it because the government told them to. When the time comes to be micro chipped, the State will tell them it's for the best and most will do it without question.

Joseph Goebbels said:

"Propaganda must be able to be understood by even the most stupid members of society. Then you can make people believe that paradise is hell, and hell is paradise."

Denmark is not a `hell` by any means, but it's on it's way there. Yesterday, another erroneous news report told Danish people than the reason the cost of food had risen so much was because of problems in Australia and Nigeria. "Well then, that's okay isn't it. We just have to suck it up, there's nothing we can do about it. The State has explained why we now pay almost double what most people are paying in the rest of Europe for food, Electricity, oil, clothing, transport, tax etc. etc. So there's nothing to worry about."

The `fools` just accept it. Nobody asks "What has Australia and Nigeria got to do with a 25% price rise in the cost of Danish Dairy Products, Bacon, Meats, Bread and the spectrum of food stuffs produced in Denmark?" They are told it's down to a recession, or inflation, or some other (bogus) cyclical economic phenomenon. But the point is, nobody asks any questions. They are simply `content in their servitude.`

Recently, the Danish Prime Minister signed the EU Reform Treaty. Then without bursting into fits of laughter told the Danish people that there would be no referendum on this `Treaty` as it did not affect Danish sovereignty. This is clearly a `bare faced` lie, as once ratified, it will remove Denmark's ability to decide it's own economy, justice system, home affairs, defence and a whole lot more. In other words, Denmark will be a nation no more, except in the daydreams of it's Prozac popping citizenry.

When I have tried to explain this to people here, they say things like "No, our Prime Minister would never do that. He would never sign such a document." Then when told he already has, I get, "Ah well, we can always withdraw later if it doesn't work out."

But that's just the point, they won't be able to. Short of declaring armed resistance, and that's just not the Danish way. To a Dane, raising one's tone a little above whisper level is considered displaying anger. The `Femi-Nazi's` here have done their job very well.

It is my opinion that the EU is running two `Test Models` side by side. Model one is the UK `1984` type, which is intended for those member states whose populations are more prone to resistance, and Model two, the `Brave New World` type, as demonstrated here in DK, for smaller, less rebellious peoples.

I have probably not done this topic justice, but if I have introduced you to what is happening here, that will be my work done. Denmark, is like nowhere else, and Danes are unlike any other people I have met, except perhaps the Swedes and Norwegians, who from what others have told me, appear to be undergoing similar programming.

38 comments:

  1. Well what does Nigeria and Australia have to do with a 25% price increase in food products? It would've been nice to see either your theory or the truth as you see it. Anyone can say something is bogus or untrue, but without the evidence to support their claims, it doesn't really matter. The same goes for putting the fault of a price increase on "problems in Aus and Nigeria", it may be true or untrue. Anyways, I miss sources of your claims, 'cause to be honest I don't even recall Australia and Nigeria problems being the source of a price increase.

    Either way, thanks for a good and entertaining read. I'm gonna go pop some prozac now ;)

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  2. Yet another anonymous commentator. This validates many of the points I make. Why not show yourself my friend? What are you afraid of? being seen to be non conformist; daring to break ranks. What are you talking about? The article is my theory, so having read it, you have seen it. The truth is as plain as daylight for those open to it. A few days befoe I wrote this piece, it was all over the Danish `Ruse` that food prices were rising due to poor crops in Nigeria, and export tarrifs in Australia. But how did this explain the across the board rise in all Danish foodstuffs? Simply put, it didn't. As a rule, I don't reply to anonymous writers, nor will I do so again. Either show yourself, or expect nothing further. And leave the prozac alone, it just isn't good for you.

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  3. you my good man are a complete retard
    if you were hispanic your name would be retardo

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  4. Philip, what exactly are you doing in Denmark if you truly despise the country so much?

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  5. Hi. I live (sorry : exist ) in Denmark. Spot on !
    DK is a 2,5 liter aquarium, with no oxygen supply.
    Very precise arguments.

    Thanks....

    SD : ( zen-haven.dk )

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  6. Seems you have glimpsed into the rabbit hole, I wonder how far down it will you now look!

    "Of course no such thing occurred, but the feeling was there"

    Trust your instincts, there is time enough.

    You obviously fail to understand the implication, or you wouldn't be so hard on anonymous comments.

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  7. Hello Philip !

    Thank You for this text.
    During the civil war in Yugoslavia and USA/NATO agression against Serbia 1999 I lived in Sweden and I speak Swedish language fluently. I can tell You that situation in Sweden is much worst then in Denmark.
    Younger generations are totally destroyed, but I remember when I during 1990.... tolked with old swedish people, THEY WAS DIFFERENT ! Meny of this old Swdish people had same mentality like my Serbian people : they loved freedom, they loved Jesus, they was against DEBT-FORSLAVMENT.......But like You mentioned those countrie are part of maybe 70 or 80 years long experiment and they are now destroyed.
    -I am sad about that, because before it was nice Christian countries with nice and onest people.
    -GREETINGS FROM BALKAN !

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  8. Interesting and always good to hear "outsiders" view. Funnily enough, I am a 49 year old danish man who is married to an English woman (Yorkshire lass) and we have lived in England for 20 years. Many of the observations you make on Danes are equally or more so observable with respect to England. never do you see the NHS mentioned in the press without the words "Wolrd Best" somewhere near by etc. Makes me think og Matthew 7:3
    “And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?”

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  9. Dear Philip,
    You are spot on, thank you. I am a Dane living in Cyprus. I fled Denmark due to the exact reasons, namely slavery and little opportunities for the average person to fulfill their dreams. I do believe the politicians as in most countries are controlled by the corporations and there is ONLY 1 such corporation with all the power in Denmark and that is Maersk, Mr. Moeller sits in the background and controls his company called Denmark since he is the main shareholder of "Denmark". I will not write more about him, since i believe that can be of danger to myself and my family. People who seek the truth will find it. If you dont already listen to Alex Jones you should do. Link is here for his shows on youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAlexJonesChannel or his websites www.infowars.com and www.prisonplanet.com ... i wish to end this comment with how much it disgusts me to read the danish news, especially EB and the stupid danish peoples comments on i.e. the death of Bin Laden... for God's sake.. he died in 2001...need i to say more.. Idiots wake up.

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  10. Welcome to Europe!
    Visit Holland you'll find the same mentality.
    What our news resources tell us is truth, no question. However if somebody says different you're a retard, delusional and a pot-smoker.
    prices here, different from DK, rise daily. supermarkets rule the show and unless you keep a spreadsheet of prices as they were prior, you won't notice a thing. who would notice an increase from 45 to 47 cents anyways.

    example
    Not that long a go the media were telling about a war between supermarkets. every supermarket were lowering (with big a media circus around it) their prices. mostly B-products of course. as everyone was so fixated on the prices they were displaying via advertisements nobody noticed that in the meantime A-brands were rising with in some cases 25 cents.

    next to that also Holland has the best medical care. however regarding that note, we have to pay 250 euro for the first visit of an hospital or doctor per calendar-year. this is on top of the monthly payment to medical care of 100 euro a month. both prices also rise yearly. varying from 5 to 15% percent a year.

    next are certain laws in Holland which make it impossible to own an house for lower and middle incomes. renting is the only possibility and landlords take full advantages. renting an house below a thousand euro's a month is impossible. unless you can live well on 25 square meters or less. And of course these prices are being raised anually as well.

    and last but not least: if you do have enough money to own a house you can get Home mortgage interest reduction. a law once presented as social, so more people were given the ability to buy a house. now purely profitable for the elite.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_mortgage_interest_deduction

    still got to say that your wrote a farily long blog which didn't bore me. Just had to read on and on.

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  11. hi there. Spot on. People are so afraid in this countrý. If you have a different thinking you are not thinking. They are hypnotized by the tv. What it is all about is heart energy, and there is not much left. It is like robots walking around, and have no power to follow their heart. This country is a experiment, and people are so much in the ego, because they forgot what the heart is all about. Dont hear dont see and dont talk, turn on the tv and love your prison. But I will not follow the program, so im not normal. Everything has to do with, how do we want our live for our children and grandchildren to be like. For me freedom is the way. Not bodyfreedom but the freedom of my mind and soul. Thanks for your reflektion and you are spot on

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  12. I have lived all 35 years of my life in Finland and I can say that everything you write about Denmark also applies to Finland.

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    1. Reading this, I was thinking same. I and my brittish husband have now lived in Finland for 16 years. Only difference is; finns are not claming to be happy.

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  13. Danish people are this, danish people are that..
    Britain is better than Demark..
    blah, blah, blah..
    Why do you keep living in denmark if you hate it so much?
    What a boring and generalizing post

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    1. Typisk dansk respons. Kritik tåles ikke. Rejs væk hvis du ikke kan lide det.

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  14. Hello Philip,

    Thank you for this. I have been living in Finland for 7 years now and I would not change a line and could easily replace the word Denmark by that of Finland if I had to write about the latter country.

    Indeed, I think you might be damn right on your concept of the two gear domination approach: the 1984 Orwellian style for rebellous European nations and the "brave new world" approach for the docile ones.

    I am quite baffled, actually. Especially baffled by the similarities between what you describe and what I have been experiencing here in Finland.

    Thanks again

    Michaël Drouin

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  15. Very interesting - thanks for taking the time to write this. I wasn't aware it was like that in Denmark, having never strayed that far north. I have been to Finland though and, in retrospect, I can see the comparisons.

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  16. Far worse in Sweden

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  17. Both Denmark and Sweden are Bilderberger strongholds, and nobody seems to care. Check out : Lykke Friis ( Danish environment minister ) and Connie Hedegaard ( former Danish environment minister ) now EU chief of environment.
    And the psycho killer : Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former DK Prime-minister and now Chief of Nato.
    And the Dansih corporations. All the major ones, Bilderberger.

    The Danish people think its something like : Build a Bear.

    Monday the Danish Public News Channel DR1, was caught showing films of torture in Syria. They showed out to be 10 year old clips from Saddams Irak.

    OMG !

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  18. Henry Makow wrote that Philip Jones died on Nov. 24 2009. So, how come this blog is still alive? Gives the impression that Phil is still with us. By the way, his writings are all archived at rense.com.

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  19. Well... I never lived in another country - so cannot compare - But Orwell's story is being played out everywhere. And yes, we in Denmark are sleeping and afraid, while learning about our beautiful country in the school - no question asked! Take a pill..... and as we say 'don't think you are somebody/anybody'. Assimilate.

    and hi Philip - welcome to the brave new world
    Malene Lillevang

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  20. A shocking yet plausible read!
    Every country is under attack one way or another, wether it's radiation fallout, corexit, GM , Or the death inducing Pharmaceuticals we all seem to accept without question.
    So when is humanity gonna snap out of this false reality & deal with this satanic shit?

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  21. I have never been to Denmark, so I am not in a position to contradict the image of the country that you portray. I am a little surprised by your assertion of such a total acquiescence to the EU. Was it not Denmark, that in June 1992 lit a flame of resistance across the EU when its people voted NO to the Maastricht Treaty in a referendum? OK, they were pressed into a YES later, after some adjustments (same happened in France and Ireland with later EU treaties - par for the course with the way the EU operates). The point is, the Danish DID resist. All EU countries - not least the UK - have been passively acquiescing to the diktats of Brussels. In June 1992 however, the Danish NO provided the spark which re-ignited the anti-EU movement which had hitherto been slumbering. For that, I for one, will always be grateful to the Danish people.

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  22. Or to the English millionaire that gave the no campaign millions the last week for newspaper ads.
    According to Danish TV yesterday : " Can you buy politics " :-)

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  23. Find me a country without flaws, and I will move there....Untill then,this remains the best country in the world. Go anywhere in the world, fall ill, loose your job or something in that same box, and see how much help, you will recieve....good luck!! You make it sound as if, everyone with a independent thought, are filled up with prozac, to numb them from thinking, visit the states again and you might realize how much prescriped medication, people of all ages, social classes and standards, consume....valium, xanax, ritalin.............this is still a unique country, small and yet it remains a rolemodel for greater nations to follow, you have visited the u.s and your old ountry, thats what you compare this country to, Mate, the u.k is falling apart, you sound like a "lefty" but you come from a country a tad more right wing, than denmark, and with an imigration problem out of hand years ago, And the U.S, is Far more right wing than the U.k and Denmark put together. Good luck anywhere else, with your pocket philisophical bull****, if you want to change the world, im sure posting acid reflux on your blog about denmark is the way go.

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    1. Thanks for proving what Philip wrote.

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  24. last anonymous comment by me. Pete.rokk@live.dk
    Danish and proud.

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  25. what a biased entry ! I lived in London for 4 years, long ago now. And I admire the Brits for their stamina in the face of uncontrolled immigration from third-world countries. Poor housing stock, an infrastructure close to breaking point, no ID and massive benefit fraud for the very same reason, no idea of the size of the population, an electoral system that is downright undemocratic, etc etc. Comparing DK to England is not possible, i am afraid, and despite DKs many shortcomings, I wouldn't dream of returning to England the way that country is heading

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  26. @Peterokk:

    Well, now I've lived both places, and I'll tell you this: Philip (RIP, brother) is sometimes extreme in his examples, but spot on about Denmark and Europe in general in these regards.

    The US is not without its flaws, but at least we believe in freedom and justice and are willing to fight for it, should it be under attack.

    Danes just arent. They are too busy thinking about themselves to even bother.

    -Peace

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  27. And another point I forgot in the above. It is said that he fails to recognize the positive side of having feministic values. In the article he makes it sound like "feminine values" are a bad thing and that it hurts the men of the country. Well the world is still dominated by masculine views and this does not nessesarily make the world a better place. Women have equal rights, no matter what Philip believes. I believe such a view "cannot be reconsiled with wisdom, justice and love". Men who have femenistic values are from my perspective of no less value.

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  29. you're pathetic

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  30. denmark is not for yankees or cowboys

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  31. Philip Jones died of stomach cancer Nov 24, 2009. However, readers, please continue to peruse and comment on his work. It helps keep it alive. His last post is on the front page dated October 2009 were he reports being too ill to continue.

    I only knew him for 8 months but we were extremely close. He will live forever in my heart.

    Rest in Peace, my dear love.

    Jean Bush

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    1. Was he killed by the danish medical system, maybe they had read this post?

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  32. Good article. I´m german, visiting friends in Sweden often last 2 decades; knowing background of Greece by well informed circles from church and really welfare - not look-a-like-welfare (!). Philip Jones was as near to truth and knowledge as possible when he wrote:" "There must be something in the water here," ..."It´s in the food they eat." Little did I understand how close to the truth I was."

    I really recommend: http://www.toxcenter.de .

    You will find the most important answer how it works. Since 1840, industrial revolution, dentists put Amalgam in our teeth, which contains mercury, a poison. Even Gold is no better. All the metals go into the jaw-bones and changes social behaviour => divorces, cancer, nearly 90 % of civilisation diseases. Metals cannot be put out of the teeth and you will be healty, because pus in the jaw-bone is introduce most of the time by metals, no antibiotics are able to reach inner bones, every serious surgeon will agree. The hard to bear truth is, someone has to give up all his teeth, let the pus come out before the age of 50 years is reached to have a lucky, healthy and rich live with the third teeth made by plastic and removable, please no implant, - but only a few human being with intelligence and thinking by themselves are able to go this way.

    By the way: a mother during pregnancy is poisining her unborn child with 40 % of her mercury, gold, aluminium, cadmium, palladium and so on i. e. from "root-filling". So I am not astonished to see SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) and only children and young adults with problems in school, "needs" Ritalin ... After WW II the correct diagnosis Feer-syndrome was never found again in the compendiums for pediatrics ! And the mercury is not only add from one generation to the other, it ´s increase is a exponential function.

    This is how genozide against the human race - not only jews - had started.

    I hope the reader is now curious enough about the link, see above, to read, what an experienced physician and clinical toxicologist has to say. He worked in Bhopal (1984 in India) and Seveso (1976 in Italy) for the German government as a scientific specialist. Now he is retired but argues against the nowadays German government, who knew very well, but prefer to support Degussa and other companies to sell mercury in the whole world. So the toxicologist was tried to put in misscredit, you can read at Wikipedia only by his enemies about him, you need knol google to get an impression.

    I compare the toxicologist with a word Jean Paul Sarte said:"The one who has the stupid against him, deserves confidence."

    God bless all of us.

    H.

    P. S. : Synonyma for mercury is Thiomersal, which vaccinations contains !

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  33. A very bitter and narrow minded man, but he does have a few points. Size of State employees and tax percentage i relation "pay-off" to the citizen. Those numbers are out of proportion. Having agreed on those Obvious observations I feel sorry for him and the fact that he (from a courageous country with the will and spirit to fight) had to spend so many years in such bad conditions before he himself could man up and move back to much better conditions. Well done, DNK will for sure miss his positiveness, innovation, fighting spirit and whatever awesomeness he had to bring to the table. Yes we suck in many ways, but not in all. We do have a will, and yes unfortunately we do have a government with out a Dick! For now".........., soon they will face reality and make the financial changes...., i hope :-) Or we will just have to make a coupe and and force the changes, i guess that is what our British kammerat is suggesting, since waiting for democracy is considered being pasive and zombie-like. I could keep going........, but then i believe i would not change his opinion, him being from a much better country and such....... Great and entertaining article though :-) But Why? Regards Rasmus

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