Friday, December 21, 2012
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Philip Jones, one of the outstanding critics of the NWO died November 24, 2009. He fell ill in Sept 2009 and suspected an ex-girlfriend of poisoning him. He was dependent on the Danish health care system, a precarious position given essays like this one from July 2008, a reminder of why we miss him dearly.
With sadness I have to inform that Philip Jones quietly and peaceful passed away this morning [nov. 24th 2009] at Odense University Hospital, Denmark. He had stomach cancer.
He was a fighter until the end.
I had a lot to learn from him about how Denmark is in fact.
Philip Jones' Articles In Danish.
- DK Ultra Part 3
- DK Ultra Part 2
- Dk Ultra Part 1
- Lovens Tyranni
- “HPV – Storbritanniens og Nordirlands fascistiske maske ryger af
Philip Jones Believed He Was Poisoned
"Illuminati Mind Slave My Undoing," said Philip Jones
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
2. Dansk statsborgerskab trumfer barnets bedste (Metroxpress in danish)
3. Voldelig far får fuld forældremyndighed (Metroxpress in danish)
4. Dommer: Oliver skal bo hos sin far (Politiken)
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Dar este acesata adevărul? Oamenii de ştiinţă şi istoricii intervievaţi în acest film documentar scot la iveală o faţă nevăzută a acestui popor scandinav, care va schimba pentru totdeauna percepţia noastră asupra lor. Cercetătorii şi arheologii încep să descopere despre vikingi că foloseau o tehnologie ultramodernă pentru a construi faimoasele nave cu care cutreierau mările şi oceanele lumii.
Se pare că scandinavii nu au fost o societate primitivă, ci dimpotrivă, una foarte complexă. Află din acest film documentar secretele din spatele victoriilor acestui popor din Peninsula Scandinavă, tehnologia de mult uitată a armelor vikingilor.
[Articolul este corectat în urma comentariului]
Saturday, September 01, 2012
High dropout rate has leaders considering less funding for immigrants to learn Danish
In its recently-released budget proposal, the government said it wanted to cut 200 million kroner from the funds available to language centres that teach Danish to adult foreigners. The proposed cuts amount to 15 percent of the total budget.
The government pointed to the high dropout rate as one of the reasons that the cuts should be made. About 30 percent of students who start Danish classes drop out before they finish, according to reports. [...]
Schmidt-Nielsen said that learning Danish is a vital skill for immigrants and that Enhedslisten would work to see the proposed cuts dropped from the government’s budget.
“It is extremely difficult to cope in Denmark if you do not speak the language,” she said.
More at The Copenhagen Post with comments
Sunday, July 08, 2012
WHEN Helle Thorning-Schmidt addressed the European Parliament on July 3rd to mark the end of Denmark’s six-month stint in the European Union’s presidency, her words fell on many empty seats. [...]
The Danish prime minister’s words to the press betrayed a little pique. “Why is everybody so keen to play down the results of the last six months?” she demanded. She had in mind deals on growth, jobs, energy efficiency and patents. Given the low expectations of her presidency, such umbrage is understandable. [...]
Yet however unappreciated Ms Thorning-Schmidt feels in Europe, her real troubles are at home. A YouGov opinion poll for metroXpress newspaper gives her Social Democrats their lowest rating in over a century: 16.1%, a plunge from the 24.8% they took last September. [...]
Denmark is in better shape than the rest of the EU. Unemployment is officially 6.2%, against a euro-zone average of 11.1%; GDP edged out of a technical recession with a 0.4% jump in the first quarter. [...]
The budget deficit of 1.8% of GDP also compares favourably with much of Europe, but Denmark’s public spending (the highest in the EU as a share of GDP) must be cut because of demographic change. The government and opposition agree that the welfare state needs tweaking. Ms Thorning-Schmidt has set about reform with zeal. But she has alienated a good chunk of her supporters by agreeing on a tax package with the centre-right.
This will reduce the tax burden on average earners by raising the threshold for the top tax bracket; increase tax credits for those with jobs; and cut corporate taxes. These measures are to be paid for in part by reducing old-age pensions and unemployment benefits. [...]
The jilted left has now denounced the government. If Ms Thorning-Schmidt expects their votes to keep her in power, she will have to come up with some rewards, say the leftists. With a sense of betrayal also spreading among her own voters, the prime minister may struggle merely to complete the full four years of her term.
Photo and text from The Economist
Sunday, May 13, 2012
1. Attack of the killer algae: Danish beaches hit by carnivorous creatures that eat animals up to 10,000 times its size (Daily Mail)
1. Can a foreigner ever become a Dane? (Copenhagen Post)
2. Aarhus airport accused of discrimination (Copenhagen Post)
3. Permanent residency rules changed June 1, 2012 (borger.dk) – link in danish
4. Are Denmark's renewable energy goals wishful thinking? (BBC)
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Last year, a group of entertainment companies known collectively as RettighedsAlliancen sent a demand to the Danish Bailiff Court (known locally as Fogedretten) to have the country’s Internet service providers block US-based streaming music service Grooveshark.
RettighedsAlliancen chief Maria Fredenslund said that Grooveshark had no content agreements or licenses with members of her group, accused the service of being “completely uncooperative” in negotiations, and that effectively taking down content from Grooveshark had proven impossible.
The resulting legal action was directed “randomly” at telecoms company ’3′ with a complaint that the ISP’s customers breach copyright and as their supplier they are contributing to infringements.
Based on the Danish implementation of the Infosoc Directive, the court ordered an immediate injunction against ’3′ which prohibits it from facilitating subscriber access to Grooveshark.
“Grooveshark is an illegal site, which is really big and popular. But they have a business model that is based on trickery and fraud,” said RettighedsAlliancen chief Maria Fredenslund commenting on the news.
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