On a daily basis, we can read about the US President Donald Trump’s mental state, written by people who doesn’t know him, or never →
The building blocks of the present
To those who have visited Rome, Athens or Pompeii, it seems obvious that Western culture is built on pagan Greco-Roman foundations. From the Greek →
Viktor Orban – enterprising democrat, strong man or autocrat?
My attitude to Hungary’s Prime Minister is certainly divided, but I do not like the usual media image of him, where he is most →
The closed down society
Already in January we knew about how the coronavirus (COVID-19) behaved, about how great the risk of death was for different age groups, and →
Do we need government in the 21st century?
The government, in its original form, provided military, judiciary and administration. The aristocracy collected taxes from the commoners and promised defence in the event →
Progressivism or scientific advancement? In anticipation of a Habsburg space empire
When I started this blog, I wholeheartedly embraced the future promises of a new and better world. And it’s not that strange, many people →
Anti-consumerism, class contempt and criticism of civilization
People buy too much junk. The large shopping malls are increasingly similar to shrines dedicated to the deities of waste and excess. Large companies →
The post-meritocratic society
We used to refer to the West as the free world, as opposed to the Soviet Union, the Eastern Bloc, China etc. And there →
Hate crime and hate incidents
Our Western governments, especially the one in the United Kingdom, are doing everything to depress the people and their right to speak freely. And →
Negligence or crime?
Several articles and books have been written about waste of tax assets in Sweden. It’s about politicians using tax money for lots of unnecessary →