S.O.D. #8: Jean Asselborn: Neoteny No News

In a childish and ill-informed statement on the eve of the German general elections, Jean Asselborn, Luxembourg’s minister for foreign affairs, displays his total inadequacy not only intellectually and scholarly, but also professionally.  In the elections, the somewhat conservative party Alternative für Deutschland or AfD, which has risen to fill the void left on the … Continue reading S.O.D. #8: Jean Asselborn: Neoteny No News

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En sanningskommission

Ett bra parti tar otvetydigt och absolut avstånd från alla propåer och påstående som kommer från den s.k. postmodernt socialistiska politiska rörelsen, speciellt de som har tagit sig uttryck i avsmakliga fenomen som: Politisk korrekthet Åsiktskorridoren Utbredda personangrepp på och mobbing av meningsmotståndare Känslosvallande media fyllda med propagandalögner och kändisars politiska uttalanden Den uppdaterade socialistiska … Continue reading En sanningskommission

S.O.D. #7: In the European Union Commission, a Catfight among Closet Trumpists

“Those who in the 21st century think that we can become great again by rebuilding borders, reimposing trade barriers and restricting people’s freedom to move, they are doomed to fail,” trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström said on January 24, ostensibly criticizing the policy of United States president Donald J. Trump. “There can be no doubt that … Continue reading S.O.D. #7: In the European Union Commission, a Catfight among Closet Trumpists

S.O.D. #6: Martin Schulz, King of America

In an affected statement to Reuters, a news agency, the socialist candidate to the office of Chancellor of Germany, Martin Schulz, calls a policy of the democratically elected president of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, “un-American”. Implementing a policy explicitly willed by the people is, according to Schulz, not in line with … Continue reading S.O.D. #6: Martin Schulz, King of America