Monthly Archive: April 2017

Call to Arms: 2017 Western Men’s Strike 0

Call to Arms: 2017 Western Men’s Strike

Should the men of the Western world go on strike? In 1975 on the 24th of October 90% of the women in Iceland participated in a day of strike. The goal was to highlight...

Honest Corruption 0

Honest Corruption

Sometimes I get the feeling that the United States is in a better situation than Norway in regard to corrupt politicians. In international rankings Norway scores way ahead of the US in terms of...

Extracting Lessons From The Art of the Deal 0

Extracting Lessons From The Art of the Deal

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Donald Trump has been remarkably consistent up through the years. His signature book “The Art of the Deal” chronicles Trump’s business career from the...

Using The Medical Profession For Calculated Evil 0

Using The Medical Profession For Calculated Evil

Yesterday I watched the first three episodes of the tv-adaption of “The Handmaid’s Tale”. It was surprisingly well made. I’ve written about it in an earlier blogpost found here. Usually tv or movie adaptations...

The Breakdown of Law and Order 0

The Breakdown of Law and Order

We can see a frightening and deeply concerning trend sweeping across the United States. It is the breaking down of policing and respect for the law. There is no single cause, no single antagonist...

On Helping Poor People Through Raising IQ 0

On Helping Poor People Through Raising IQ

I’ve recently completed “Hive Mind: How Your Nation’s IQ Matters So Much More Than Your Own” written by Garett Jones. In the book, he talks about measured IQ on the aggregate level in the...

Cultural and Political Identity (Part 2) 0

Cultural and Political Identity (Part 2)

(This post had been rendered somewhat obsolete by a new post found here)   In yesterday’s post I finished with a brief summary on my stance on Norwegian nationalism. Culturally I feel alienated from...

Cultural and Political Identity (Part 1) 0

Cultural and Political Identity (Part 1)

(This post had been rendered somewhat obsolete by a new post found here)   I believe that your cultural and political identity might not be the same, or even compatible with each other for...

Reality Exceeds Fiction 0

Reality Exceeds Fiction

Fictional tv-shows have become boring. Fiction simply no longer entertains as it once did. Reality has overtaken it in intrigue, suspense and plot-twists. I remember binge watching Netflix’s House of Cards. It was suspenseful...

On The Importance of Reading Books 0

On The Importance of Reading Books

I love to read books. It’s essential to who I am today. Books are typically divided into fiction and non-fiction. I read fiction to entertain myself. The appeal of books versus other popular mediums...