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Holiday Resorts and Peace

Traveling is a great way to explore other countries, cultures and their people. While this is especially true for travelers, it is ironically just as true for the typical holidaymaker. The typical European holiday resort is basically a large conglomerate of hotels, restaurants, cafés, shops, casinos, and nightclubs. At the airport, the beach, in the […]

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0% Income Tax for Mothers

There is a simple way to support families – especially mothers – and guarantee mothers a secure retirement: 0% income tax with 30% of the personal income of the mother paid into a personal pension fund.

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Corruption – Solving the World’s Most Important Problem

We see so many problems around the globe. Experts are warning about massive inflation, we see forests burning. The ocean is full of plastic rubbish. The COVID-19 pandemic halted the world economy. The virus and the lockdown measures are costing millions of lives. What role does corruption play, and why is it our world’s most […]

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Avoiding Ghettos with Quotas

Denmark announced in March that it plans to limit the number of “non-Western” residents in neighborhoods to a maximum of 30%. The plan is to avoid the emergence of parallel societies and ghettos. This unexpectedly was a great opportunity for the sensational media to formulate attention grabbing headlines. However, in this article I want distance […]

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Let International Students Study for Free

When it comes to education, what sets apart most European countries to Anglo-Saxon countries – especially the United States of America – are tuition fees. While students in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Belgium, and counting can study at minimal or no costs, students in the United States, Canada, and Australia do easily pay more […]

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Stop the Political Short-Termism

In our Western democracies, what are the largest obstacles we face in our political system? Obstacles countries like China e.g. don’t face. The largest issue we see in our Western political systems is a result of short election periods.

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Fighting Fake News

A Trustworthiness Index Fake news was most likely one of the most heard and used terms in 2017. The term is used to describe untrustworthy or false reporting in the mainstream media. It is also used to explain the phenomena where Facebook users randomly share false Facebook headlines which were published, i.e. by an ultra-left […]

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(Macron)LEAKS When Small Groups gain more Power than Governments

Last night, Emanuel Macron, the presidential candidate for the French election on Sunday, claims that he and his campaign are victims of a massive computer hack. This is happening to a strange point in time.

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Why Banning Technology is Stupid

Last Saturday I read the article “You’re Fired” which was published in the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT. Steven Hill the author of the article is of the opinion that we should forbid certain technologies.

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Before we talk about TPP, TTIP, TiSA let’s talk about Wage Inequality

The world and left-oriented press and media are reporting non-stop about Donald Trump and the Brexit. Are these election results simply results of racism?