Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Sunday, August 26, 2007

A True Heroine in Nazi Captivity

Ellen Nielsen is an unfamiliar name to most people, but this remarkable woman defied the Nazis and saved the lives of many refugees. She was one of the most dedicated and active workers in aiding Jews during the Nazi occupation of Denmark. Her courage enabled not only the survival of hundreds of Danish Jews but also of the generations of their descendants.

Mrs. Ellen Nielsen lost her husband, Christian Nielsen, in April, 1941, and supported her six children as a fishmonger on the Copenhagen docks, buying fish directly from the fishermen and selling it to passers-by.

During the first week of October 1943, while she was selling fish on the docks, she was approached by two young boys. They told Mrs. Nielsen they were Jewish brothers and asked her to help them escape the Nazis and find a fisherman who would take them to safety in Sweden.

As soon as she heard the story, she offered to hide the boys in her home while she arranged for a boat which would take them to Sweden. In a short time, the boys were safely across the sound in Sweden.

Through the fishermen, the Danish underground learned of Ellen Nielsen's act, and during the following weeks, over a hundred Jewish refugees passed through her home on their way to Sweden. At one time, Mrs. Nielsen had over thirty refugees squeezed into her small house. In addition she hid several saboteurs for the underground ..

In December 1944, Ellen Nielsen was caught by the Nazis, tortured and eventually sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp in Germany as prisoner 94.315.

In the book Women in the Resistance and in the Holocaust: The Voices of Eyewitnesses, edited by Vera Laska, the author tells how Ellen Nielsen was condemned to death and placed three times on the line leading to the gas chamber.

The first time she saved herself by bribing a guard with a bar of soap which she had received in a Danish Red Cross parcel. The second time she was able to do the same with the contents of another Danish parcel. The third time she had nothing left with which to bribe the guards. Waiting on the line, stripped naked, she was resigned to death.

Suddenly she was approached by Nazi guards who informed her she had been saved by an agreement between SS Heinrich Himmler and the Swedish Count Folke Bernadotte to have all surviving Danish concentration camp prisoners shipped to Sweden for internment.

Ellen Nielsen was taken to Sweden just before the end of the war.
She returned to Denmark immediately after WW2 and died November 26, 1967 - a true heroine.


Five countries, including Hungary, initially resisted German demands to deport their Jews. In Finland, only eight Jews were deported before a public outcry resulted in the Finnish Cabinet stopping all further deportations. In Denmark, King Christian X urged all Danes to help save their Jews. Before the deportations were carried out, Danish fishing vessels ferried 7,906 endangered Jews to the safety of neutral Sweden. Sadly around 80 of these Jews were caught sheltering in the church in the fishing village of Gilleleje and were transported to concentration camps. Some 686 of these Danish citizens were Christians married to Jews.

Nazism in Denmark

Nazism is very big in Denmark. This is an interview of the Danish Nazi-leader, who calls himself: Gentlemand Finn (the person with the moustache and cigaratte-holder on the left). Gentlemand Finn´s name is Finn Hansen. His brother are named Jonni and Moses Hansen - Jonni Hansen is also a well-known Nazi-leader, While Moses Hansen is a Bible-nut, to whom the other two brothers selvdom speak.
Gentlemand Finn is here interviewed by Capser Christensen, the most professional and respekted Journalist in Denmark. The program is called "Capser og Mandrilaftalen", and it is a debate-program with all the most important people in the Political Scene in Denmark.
Gentlemand Finn, The Danish Nazi-leader, speaks here about how the Nazis actually control most of Denmark, political and economical. How they are an invisiable force, that control everything. The Nazis have infiltrated all the higher layers of society. Nothing gets approved without their knowledge.
He speaks of how the Fourth Reich will rise from the ashes of the Third, and how the global nazis will control the world with an iron-fist - through the New World Order.
This is all true.

Saturday, August 25, 2007


Rasa canină Broholmer, numită şi Broholmer-ul Danez, este un molosser recunoscută de Federaţia Chinologică Internaţională şi de Asociaţia Chinologică Daneză (DKK).

Rasa Broholmer este foarte veche, datând din Evul Mediu, din timpul lui Frederik II şi Christian IV. Se spune că regele danez, într-o vizită la Regele Jacob I al Angliei, s-a arătat entuziasmat de marele mastif englez, o rasă canină descendentă din molossianul roman. Astfel, s-au importat câteva exemplare la Curtea Regală Daneză la mijlocul secolului al XVI-lea, iar prin încrucişări cu rasele existente la acea vreme s-a obţinut Vechiul Câine Danez. În secolul al XIX-lea rasa era pe cale de dispariţie dar Niels Frederik Berhard Sehested de Broholm (1813-1882), maestru de vânătoare la Curtea Regală, s-a ocupat de supravieţuirea acestei rase canine. În secolul XX au fost probleme în menţinerea acestei rase din cauza sărăciei, bolilor şi problemelor de încrucişare, Broholmer-ul a fost pe cale de dispariţie – ultimul exemplar înregistrat a murit în 1956. Rasa a fost salvată de un grup de entuziaşti danezi, cu sprijinul Asociaţiei chinologice daneze (DKK), după ce au fost găsite câteva exemplare izolate în anii ’70.

Ca standard, Broholmer este un câine mare, bine făcut, cu mişcări puternice şi energice în ciuda mărimii sale. Are un cap lat masiv, pieptul este lat şi adânc, coada atârnă ca o spadă. Cântăreşte 40-60 kg, are 70 cm înălţime. Poate fi de culoare aurie sau neagră. Este un câine pentru companie sau destinat pentru pază.

Friday, August 17, 2007

The Jante law

The Scandinavians are for sure a race of super humans with their long legs and social programs, but the vibe here is oppressive. The cornerstone of Scandinavian culture is Jantelov, or the codes of conformity. My impression is that what it really means is don’t stand out, don’t express yourself—don’t move your hands around and get passionate about anything or you’ll be shunned as an ugly duckling foreigner.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Danes say sorry for Viking raids on Ireland

· We are not proud of the massacres, says minister
· Apology marks arrival of replica longboat in Dublin

Owen Bowcott, Ireland correspondent
Thursday August 16, 2007
The Guardian

More than 1,200 years ago hordes of bloodthirsty Viking raiders descended on Ireland, pillaging monasteries and massacring the inhabitants. Yesterday, one of their more mild-mannered descendants stepped ashore to apologise.

The Danish culture minister, Brian Mikkelson, who was in Dublin to participate in celebrations marking the arrival of a replica Norse longboat, apologised for the invasion and destruction inflicted. "In Denmark we are certainly proud of this ship, but we are not proud of the damages to the people of Ireland that followed in the footsteps of the Vikings," Mr Mikkelson declared in his welcoming speech delivered on the dockside at the river Liffey. "But the warmth and friendliness with which you greet us today and the Viking ship show us that, luckily, it has all been forgiven."

The Havhingsten (Sea Stallion) sailed more than 1,000 miles across the North Sea this summer with a crew of 65 men and women in what was described as a "living archaeological experiment".

The reconstructed longboat was based on a ship found at the bottom of the Roskilde Fjord, south of Copenhagen. The original vessel was believed to have been built in Dublin - then a Viking city - in 1042 and to have sunk 30 years later.

The wreck was discovered in 1962 and tests on the timbers enabled archaeologists to trace the wood to trees from Glendalough, County Wicklow.

The first Viking raiding parties arrived in Ireland in 795, targeting wealthy monasteries on outlying islands such as Rathlin, County Antrim and Inishmurray, County Sligo. By 841, Vikings were over-wintering in fortified settlements such as Dublin, Wexford and Waterford and over the next two centuries these cities were gradually absorbed into local Irish kingdoms.

The replica ship - built using tools of the era - is 30 metres long and the largest reconstructed longboat ever built.

Guile rather than brute strength was needed to ensure that the Sea Stallion completed its voyage from Roskilde to Dublin in time for the celebrations. The Vikings relied upon sail and rowing power. When the winds failed this summer, the longboat was towed for 345 miles. However, archaeologists advising the project insisted that the experiment had proved the seaworthiness of Viking vessels.

Diarmuid Murphy, 34, from Bantry, Co Cork, one of the sailors on the ship, admitted he almost gave up at the outset.

"About 18 hours into it I was just so cold and wet and I said there's no way I'll do this," he said. The crew survived on a diet of dried food and had to sleep in the exposed and cramped conditions of an open boat for six weeks - with occasional respite on a support vessel.

"There was cold, lashing rain on some days from the morning until the following morning," the ship's project manager, Prieben Rather Sorensen, said. "We did not have the time that the Vikings had as we had to be here today. That was one of the challenges." The longboat is due to make the return voyage next summer.

Monday, August 13, 2007

About jail and hospital experiences in Denmark

This story was written in 28-6-1998 by Seyed Mohammad Ali-Mearaji from Iran.

Newly, I was in prison called Vester fængsel in Copenhagen. I got to jail because I tried to solve my problems by physical fight when, I saw no progress in bureaucratic way.

I had fight two men in street. I hit them and they complained to police. I have got arrested and was in jail for wildness and threat about 45 days.

Because of this case I was three times in court. My lawyer defended me by use or abuse of psychological problems as reason of my wildness. In my third court I have got realised until result of Mental observation which should be done by one of Copenhagen psychiatric hospitals.

It was not pleasure being in jail but, it was a good opportunity to see the life behind bars from inside. Jail is a part of society which is normally hide to rest of society. I call it other side of line.

Before I write anything about jail I send my regards to all them who know me in Vester and all other prisoners in world. I start by wish freedom for all prisoners. I wish you mostly good normal and trouble free life in free world after getting free.

Vester fængsel was generally good according to what I heard about prisons in rest of the world. But I expected more of a danish level jail.

Vester fængsel buildings are old. There is need for what danish man call "Good kind caring hand". Vester buildings are nice as old buildings of this type. They sure have historical and cultural value. But, as a danish prison buildings they are too old. Reparation is necessary.

You should not forget that Vester fængsel from inside of view is where prisoners live and guards work. I don't forget my cells hand wash bad smell which was like a toilet. Cells need better light and new painting. In my cell slings paint was near to fall. New bed madras is necessary too.

Food was not good and enough and coffee was only one cup a week on sunday. Shopping was only possible twice a week and sometimes only once because of holidays.

Jail shop prices was high and prisoners income for work was low. There was no public phone too. Maybe it is first sign of being in closed world.

It is not easy to take money from bank, if you have some there. For me it took about a month. It take time and is hard to get visitation papers for visitors too.

Another need is need for more entertainment facility. Jail days are long. Longer than days anywhere else can be. Prison need more sport or other entertainment facilities. This kind of facilities can be used to stop prisoner narcotic abuse and as education to crime free life.

Disappointedly, hash abuse is normal in prison. Hash is as usual as cigarettes. Hash mostly used as sleeping pills to make jail days shorter. Guards try to stop open handel but, they don't want to make prisoners life harder than already is. In other words taking to hard on hash will only make its prise higher.

What who disappointed me was number of young prisoners. Near to half of prisoners were under 25. In jail you meet men, so was this young guys too. I have become friends with some of them. Disappointedly, braking the low and getting back to jail was near to become their life style. One guy told me that it is about two years which he live in jail. He is in jail about three months. He is free about one or two mouths. He do something wrong and he is back in jail for three or more months again. Maybe there is need for more serious look at these young guys life and problems. What I know is sending them back to jail wont help either them or society.

In the first week of my prison days, I was in building called Vestfløj. This building was for women and families. It was good to keep families in one building but, it could be better if they could live in a same cell.

(This point is coming up now too) In jail I talk to some female prisoners and guards. None of them complained of any sort of sexual harassment. But, in case of any sort of harassment prisoners are not in strong position. It is simple no one believe prisoners. I had to remember female prisoners situation to make there position stronger and show they are not alone.

Female prisoner are not the only female in jail. It is good that near to half of guards are female. I send my regards also to them. Every morning they woke me with smile. This smile give hope for another day getting closer to freedom.

It is good to have female guards in jail. It make jail atmosphere better and polite. I talk to some female guards. It look like they like their job. However sometimes or in my opinion more or less they are under daily sexual harassment.

No one tell you respect your jail guard because, she is a woman. Fact is that prisoner is in one side of bars and guards in another and it will always be so.

In Vester fængsel there were foreign/minority prisoners too. I am iranian and was one of them. I have got HALAL food in jail. I am thankful to danish jail respecting my religion. There were possibility for taking to church and mosque too.

In Vester there was homosexual and very young prisoners too. I have not seen sexual harassment but, still it is not a good idea to send very young guys in normal jail.

In vester jail every jail had a compact disc with radio, tape and CD player. It was possible to rent TV too. TV rent prise according to prisoners income was high but, not so much. My work in Vester was reparation of compact discs. I was proud of my job but, my salary was less than 300 dkr. a week.

I told you about my weekly salary. Let me tell you about cigarette prise in Denmark too. Of course only for foreigners. A pack of cigarettes cost 30 dkr. TV rent cost about 4 dkr. a day. You can see it is not cheep to smoke and watch TV in jail. By smoking about one pack cigarette a day you will have only about 60 dkr. left for every thing else in a week. Remember one pack cigarette in jail is only enough for half of a jail day.

It was possible to watch 9 TV channels in jail. One of channels was jails own channel. It send two video films every night. (GOD forgive me) I watched only porno one at 11 pm however videos were to old (That time I was not religious, I hope GOD forgive me). As jock we changed the time meagre to 11 pm too. for example morning was too long to 11 and 9 pm was 2 hours to 11. You may call me pervert but, I am what I am. (I hope GOD forgive me. Still I love sex and women but, in more religious way. GOD created us as man and women to enjoy each other not to be kept in jail and see how another one enjoy or act like it in screen.).

Vester jail private channel and porno movies was fun but, private TV channel in jail give a lots of possibilities. Prisoners are not in jail for fun. This channel can be used to bring the crime down by education. Prisoners wont stay in jail for ever. Head problem for them is society who lead them back to jail. This channel can be used to show prisoners other possibilities and life style than crime in out side world. Not by boring programs but, by their own join and out from their own needs.

Danish are good in case of social work. It should continued even behind bars. Maybe it is social workers job to destroy the line. Line which society draw between prisoner and rest of society. Anyway, as long as there is crime and prisoner there is need for social work in both side of line.

It was all about my experience in copenhagen Vester fængsel. My private life problems have not got less by street fight and become a prisoner. Even I had my problems with me in jail. Problem of being under psychological terror, which suffer me in about 17 or more years.

(I wrote this text while I was arrested in psychiatric hospital, Please read Statement 1 about my problems) Disappointedly, about 10 days ago police once more came to my house. This time they accuse me as badly/harmful mental sick. I had no way but, let them take me as mental ill to a psychiatric hospital. In first three nights they kept me in closed section of hospital. Now they moved me to open section but, I have to stay there for undecided time.

I have no complain about the hospital. If I had any complain is not the right time to tell about it too. In hospital some like to help me, but I am under the same psychological terror in hospital as any other place else which I was before.

One of doctors offered me a tablet called Zyprexa. This tablet is very expensive and good for illness called schizophrenia. I have got 5 mg Zyprexa for three days. I guess Zyprexa is good for accused illness. I have got some of Zyprexa side effects too, like becoming sleepy and hard in neck muscles.

I stopped taking Zyprexa after the third day. I stopped because in third day I have got problems to keep my temper. My behaviour were changing to be like one of patients in close section of hospital. It made me frightened specially in case of loosing temper. In other hand it is a simple fact. If is good to act like other patients, what are they doing in close section of a psychiatric hospital.

I know my enemies and their goal for psychological terror. I know how they attack and I learned how to survive. However there is no win in my survive or at least was not in last 17 years. It is my enemies dream to put me in close section as mental ill patient. My temper lose will give them what they want and work for. About 3 or 4 years ago they told they send me to psychiatric hospital for ever.

My problem is political and social, more than psychological problem. As I said before Zyprexa or any other tablet which I take wont help my enemies mental sickness and stop them torturing me.

As I said before I have no complain over hospital. It is not help for me being there but, it is for other patients. Disappointedly, Kommune hospital should close. Unsafe work and fear for future can be seen in employees, however they work as usual.

Kommune hospital is one of Copenhagen old hospitals. Hospital is in centre of city. Kommune hospital has a psychology, old care and research centre as I heard.

I heard one of reasons for closing the hospital is its old buildings. In other hand I heard buildings has historical value and should kept as they are. In this case reparation is necessary and cost have to paid from one or another state packet, what is difference and why close the hospital.

Another reason for closing Kommune hospital can be missing need for hospital facility in area which is copenhagen centre. In this case nothing can be done and Kommune hospital or one or another hospital is no more useful. But, what is meagre for society medical care need. Is it occupied beds number or societies health and satisfactory percent.

Kommune hospital is in centre of city. Its placement is good for old people who live in copenhagen centre. Another good things about kommune hospital is its old buildings. Old's used to this kind of buildings and youth patients who suffer of psychological problems in their small betonic flats can find it suitable. Maybe reorganizing the hospital after need of these two groups be better idea than closing it.

Society and its culture change, so do peoples needs for societies facilities. One of societies facilities is medical care. Medical care should change in both style and level according to society needs. Maybe in old days there was mostly need for new hospitals with facilities to help patients with physical problems. Maybe that time society culture was in a way that hospital care was only necessary in few days. Rest of treatment could find place at home by family help. But, now there is need for more hospital care to make patient able to survive. In today society and with today culture and today problems everyone has enough to be busy with and has no energy left for others. Old days home treatments by family or friends help do not exist as before.

Society is us. Societies problem like work, small places to live, racism and etc is our problems. Culture and peoples culture in caring about each other has changed too. There is need for more society care facilities to cover care need in society.

Yesterday rock culture had a border drown by its king Elvis Presly called "hound dog". Today culture borders are drown by "The bold and the beautiful" and "Beverly hills". Both yesterday and today culture got and get critics. Culture is not the subject but its out come is one of reason behind society medical care needs. (By getting far from GOD and falling for cleaver abuser tricks. We give our lives control to abusers to decide for us how to abuse us instead of taking it in our own hands.)

Today, it is Okay to come together with your friends lover or even your family members lover. Today culture base on more self dependency than yesterdays rock culture. That time you could at lest count on your friends or your family members, therefor there was not need for society care facilities in the same way as today. Yesterday hospital care need was until patient get able to survive at home. Maybe today hospital care need must be until patient get able to survive in society. And in case of love get able to fight people, friends, brothers and father for his love rights.

Self dependency in high grade with our society problems like work, racism, etc make survive concurrence harder. By our societies general problems some have to lose. Today patients need for medical care is in another level and style.

In case of oldies, once someone said some old are not sick but they like to stay in hospital because of its care. I should say they need this kind of care otherwise they could take to another place which they could get what they look for in hospital.

Self dependency is mostly youth problem. Today youth have to stand on there own feet from 16 or latest 20. Hospital care for youth should organized for make youth self dependent and strong to survive in family and society. This should be done independent and without help of their family or friends.

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Danish corruption against foreigners in Denmark

Group wildness or corruption against foreigners who live in Denmark has got deep cultural background by time. As much as half of the danish dialogue dictionary is words or sentences who danes used to use when they talk about foreigners. Dictionary name is "politician Slang ordbog".

Danish has a negative cultural rule called Jantelov. It has 10 orders. Jantelov is a group rule to punish minorities or whoever cross group leadership borders. Jantelov used mostly against foreigners and those who has more success than group leaders. Jantelov is law of most danish informal groups.

Nearly all successful danish suffer of Jantelov but, it is not all of them who admit it. As I can remember: Anja Andersen handball player, Sepp Piontek and next football coach after him, Bjarne Riis bike rider and among politicians Paul Shluder, Paul Nyrup, Uffe Eleman Jensen, and Ritt Bjerregaard. Crown Prince Fredrik and princess Alexandra are under of irritation of Jantelov too. Specially prince Fredrik marriage is under question of Jantelov. They say his girlfriend get abused but, most of them care about neither him nor his girlfriend or want her as his girlfriend or his wife.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Et Tivoli Eventyr

„Et Tivoli Eventyr“ a fost un omagiu adus lui H.C. Andersen cu ocazia împlinirii a 200 de ani de la naşterea sa, în 2005. H.C.Andersen cunoştea parcul Tivoli, a fost chiar prieten cu fondatorul acestuia, Georg Carstensen.

„Et Tivoli Eventyr“ a fost un spectacol unde cascadele de lumini, muzică şi efecte speciale (ninsoare, baloane de săpun, artificii) se înmănunchează într-o defilare a celor 46 de păpuşi gigantice, personaje din povestirile lui H. C. Andersen, mânuite de 50 de oameni. Păpuşile au până la 5 metri înălţime, de la crăiasa zăpezii până la câinele cu ochii cât ceştile de cafea. Păpuşile care cântăresc până la 14 kg prind viaţă prin mişcările corpului sau mâinilor celor care le poartă pe umeri. Spectacolul s-a încheiat cu un extraordinar foc de artificii.

„Et Tivoli Eventyr“ a fost creat de americanul Gary Paben, care a făcut şi alte spectacole în America. Păpuşile au fost create de designer-ul Lynn Holloway.

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Jethro Tull la Sibiu şi în Scandinavia

Fundaţia ARTMANIA prezintă, în data de 30 august, la Sibiu, în Piaţa Mare, una dintre cele mai prestigioase trupe ale muzicii internaţionale, legendarii Jethro Tull. Intrarea este liberă.
Concertul Jethro Tull, care se anunţă a fi unul dintre cele mai fascinante spectacole muzicale din acest an, este organizat în cadrul Programului Sibiu, Capitala Culturală Europeană 2007.
Evenimentul va avea loc în parteneriat cu Asociaţia Sibiu Capitală Culturală Europeană 2007, Primăria Municipiului Sibiu şi Casa de Cultură a Municipiului Sibiu.

Programul concertelor Jethro Tull în Scandinavia:
6 sept. Helskinki, Finlanda – Finlandia
7 sept. Turku, Finlanda – Caribia
8 sept. Tampere, Finlanda – Metro Arena
10 sept. Århus, Danemarca – Musikhuset
11 sept. Copenhaga, Danemarca – Amager Bio
12 sept. Copenhaga, Danemarca – Amager Bio
14 sept. Háskólabíó, Islanda – bilete
15 sept. Háskólabíó, Islanda – bilete

Despre Jethro Tull
Jethro Tull este una dintre trupele care au scris pagini importante în istoria muzicii şi una dintre puţinele trupe din generaţia lor care sunt încă active atât pe scenă cât şi în studio. Începind din anul 1968, au lansat 30 de discuri care s-au vândut în peste 60 de milioane de exemplare şi au susţinut peste 2500 de concerte (cam 100 de concerte în fiecare an) în 40 de ţări.
În cei aproape 40 de ani de activitate, componenţa grupului a suferit numeroase modificări, beneficiind de aportul a numeroşi muzicieni de calibru, care le-au stat alături în diverse perioade singurilor doi membri stabili: vocalistul şi multi-instrumentistul Ian Anderson şi chitaristul Martin Barre.
Anul 2007 îi găseşte pe Jethro Tull în studio, lucrând la un nou album şi pregătindu-se pentru numeroasele concerte care sunt deja programate, gata să îşi delecteze din nou fanii cu reprezentaţiile lor teatrale şi nonconformiste.

Ian Anderson - voce, flaut, chitară acustică, mandolină, armonică, bamboo flute
Martin Barre - chitară
John O'Hara - clape
David Goodier - bass
James Duncan - tobe
Doane Perry - tobe

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Cazul Jersild vs. Danemarca

O chestiune distinctă – care poate apărea în raport de presă - este cea a publicării/difuzării unor interviuri al căror conţinut ar fi apreciat de organele de urmărire penală sau de instanţele de judecată drept “propagandă în favoarea statului totalitar”. În acest sens, este relevantă decizia Curţii Europene în cazul Jersild vs. Danemarca, unde Curtea a decis că nu răspunde „necesităţii într-o societate democratică” restrângerea libertăţii de exprimare a ziaristului care a ales modalitatea interviului (difuzat apoi la televiziune) pentru a informa publicul cu privire la o chestiune de interes general, şi anume, existenţa atitudinilor rasiste şi prezentarea autorilor unui astfel de discurs şi comportament. În speţă, jurnalistul a luat un interviu membrilor unei grupări de tineri extremişti şi a difuzat pe postul de televiziune afirmaţiile rasiste şi xenofobe ale acestora. Reţinând că scopul urmărit de ziarist la realizarea interviului nu a fost de a propaga idei rasiste, ci de a expune public problematica specifică discriminării, aflată deja în atenţia opiniei publice, Curtea a decis: „Informaţiile exprimate pe baza unor interviuri, editate sau nu, constituie unul dintre cele mai importante mijloace prin care presa poate să-şi joace rolul vital de ‚câine de pază’. Pedepsirea unui ziarist pentru că sprijină răspândirea afirmaţiilor făcute de o altă persoană într-un interviu ar stânjeni serios contribuţia presei la discutarea chestiunilor de interes public…”. Chiar dacă acest caz priveşte discursul rasist, principiul referitor la publicarea/difuzarea unor interviuri cu un conţinut contrar principiilor democraţiei este aplicabil ori de câte ori jurnalistul, cu bună credinţă, intenţionează să informeze publicul asupra existenţei unor astfel de comportamente, discursuri şi persoane.

Programul TERRA – Un atentat extraterestru asupra omenirii

Mulţi dintre dumneavoastră aveţi o nevoie imperioasă de adevăr, căutaţi răspunsuri la întrebări fundamentale, vreţi să ştiţi cât mai exact care ne este locul în configuraţia Universului. Mulţi se întreabă: Există Dumnezeu? Ce este omul, o creaţie a divinităţii sau un rezultat al evoluţiei? Există extratereştri? Când este sfârşitul lumii?

Medicul anestezist Toni Victor Moldovan a încercat să dea răspunsul la aceste întrebări, prin cartea sa „Programul TERRA – Un atentat extraterestru asupra omenirii“.
Toni Victor Moldovan este acum medic la un spital din Stockholm, Suedia, a lucrat la un spital din Sibiu şi a fost în misiunile de menţinere a păcii din Angola.

Această carte, alături de altele care se scriu poate chiar în momentul de faţă, va face posibilă cunoaşterea unei bune părţi a adevărului despre noi. Parcurgeţi drumul deschis de această carte numai după citirea AVERTISMENTULUI. Încercaţi întotdeauna să priviţi frumosul din spatele grotescului. Totul este dual. Veţi găsi cu siguranţă ceea ce căutaţi.
Dacă sentimentul religios, credinţa în Dumnezeu înseamnă foarte mult pentru dumneavoastră, vă aduce bucurie, siguranţă în acţiune, protecţie psihică, raţiunea de a fi, NU CITIŢI ACEASTĂ CARTE! Definirea mai clară, posibila demitizare a credinţei dumneavoastră este posibil să vă angoaseze sau chiar să vă facă nefericiţi. NU CITIŢI ACEASTĂ CARTE!
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Autorul prezintă mai multe informaţii (tehnice, de fizică, de biochimie, de genetică, medicale etc) colectate din „scrieri“ ale diferitelor civilizaţii care au existat pe Terra şi care încă mai există (ex. Coranul, Bhagavad-gita, Cartea egipteană a morţilor, tăbliţele sumeriene ş.a.). „Direcţia“ este înspre a explica, conform corelaţiilor făcute de autor, cine suntem (ca fiinţe umane) şi cum am apărut pe Terra şi care e potenţialul „traseu“ al omenirii.
Autorul a făcut un studiu, destul de documentat, în paralel al Bibliei, Coranului si a altor cărţi sfinte şi încearcă să dea o explicaţie a apariţiei şi evoluţiei omului, a existenţei îngerilor şi diavolilor, a scopului vieţii omului.

Trăim un început de mileniu tehnic, care ne permite să avem acces la codurile textelor vechi, lăsate de zei omenirii. De abia acum putem să pătrundem mesajele zeilor. Toni Victor Moldovan a încercat şi se pare că a reuşit să decodeze o bună parte dintre aceste mesaje. Genetica ne ajută în bună parte în această muncă deoarece programele zeilor legate de noi sunt în esenţă programe de inginerie genetică. Proiectul „genomul uman“, încă în desfăşurare ne aduce surprize mari. Evoluţia genetică naturală produce indivizi hibrizi, cu o ascendenţă genetică bogată. Ar fi fost de aşteptat ca un organism complex cum este cel al omului să aibă un număr de gene semnificativ mai mare comparativ cu cel al unui vierme (aproximativ 20.000), şi totuşi, numărul de gene al omului, estimat la aproximativ 30.000, se apropie de cel al vieţuitoarelor simple. De ce?

„Supercivilizaţii ce coexistă în acest colţ al Căii Lactee, au renunţat de mult timp la o perpetuare naturală, sexuată a speciei. Modalitatea LOR de reproducere constă în racordarea unui corp somatic (fizic) produs în laborator, cu un corp spiritual compatibil genetic, obţinut în urma unor programe de inginerie genetică standardizate, desfăşurate pe diverse planete, inclusiv pe Terra. Ciclurile de dezvoltare umană, situate temporal între două evenimente catastrofale de tipul Potopului sau Apocalipsei, sunt în relaţie cu ciclurile economice de producţie a corpurilor spirituale, care asigură perpetuarea şi evoluţia raselor umanoide extraterestre.“ (Autorul)
E un punct de vedere interesant...

Asa cum spune şi autorul această carte nu se vrea a fi un adevăr, ci doar o posibilitate a adevărului.
Aceasta este o lucrare de premiul Nobel, care nu i se va acorda însă, nu pentru că nu ar fi un premiu pentru români, ci pentru că prefaţează apocalipsa religiei.

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Thursday, August 02, 2007

Will I face racial prejudice?

If you are a non-white person from a western country, probably not - at least as soon as people hear you speaking English. You will then be considered exotic and fascinating, and may get some very interesting dates with blond Danes who are interested in expanding their horizons. There are a lot of multi-racial babies among the younger set in Denmark. Spanish-speakers are considered particularly desirable; Danes love Spain and Latin America.

But there is racial prejudice in Denmark, most of it directed against local Muslim immigrants, who can be of Turkish, Palestinian, Iraqi, Pakistani, Afghani or African origin. In the 1960s and 1970s, "guest workers" were invited to Denmark to help fill a labour shortage, and in the 1980s and 1990s, Denmark made the noble decision to accept refugees and people who were persecuted or tortured. Many of these people came from rural areas, had little education, and were very conservative and religious. Of the more recent immigrants, many have had trouble finding work in Denmark and trouble fitting into Danish society.

There are certainly individual success stories - immigrants and immigrants' children who make important contributions to Danish life - but generally, there has been an unwillingness to integrate on both sides. Danish employers have not been quick to offer the immigrants jobs, which makes it hard for them to show what they have to offer. On the other hand, some immigrants see the Danes as unclean and immoral, and make great efforts to keep their children from becoming "too Danish." It's a story with no heroes.

What this means to you as a foreigner is that if Danish people think you are a local Muslim, they may be unkind to you - until they find out that you are not, upon which time they will be very courteous.