Scandinavia and the World

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Bye bye ambassador 11 2, 6:43am

'@ThorsomeTarmukas' Climate models are not credible. Thou said it theeself, the systems are chaotic. In complex and chaotic system, even a small assumption error leads to a wildly different result.
The Earth seems to be warming in the last 150 years because cities have grown around our measuring stations. And we don’t have accurate data that goes father back.

Regarding sovereignty, there are no “buts” in it. That is like saying “I like freedom of speech but…”
No it is Absolute. I don’t like the hate that the Imans spew forth from their mosques, but he have a right to say it, and it is very important that everyone hears it, because bad ideas needs to be exposed, not hidden.
There is no buts in sovereignty. Its either sovereign or its not. And that global body thou want, they can regulate on CO2 emissions, which means everything from industrial activity to me literally farthing.
And sovereignty is essential for democracy. It is a nations right to rule itself, for a people to freely decide which political affiliations they want to be a part of, that makes it democratic.
Secession is a right, people may not want to leave a political union, especially not if it brings benefits. But if they want to leave and are not allowed, that is the definition of slavery.
By rejection sovereignty, thou art logically saying that everyone should be a slave, to the global fart control police.
We shouldn’t have the United Nations, We shouldn’t have the EU and the USA, we shouldn’t have empires.
I don’t know how many times the Radical Left or other parties have used UN treaties to overrule Danish Law. The only ones more qualified as to what should and should not be Danish Law, then the politicians in Christiansborg, is the people themselves.
I know where Cristiansborg is, it is a few hours away by train, I can write to my local folketingsmand. It is not ideal, I want more direct democracy, and I don’t want welfare sponges to have the privilege to vote, but it is relatively close. Brussels is not, and New York even less so.

What is Good and Evil does not require a privilege position, one does not need to meditate for years to reach the understanding. It is immediately accessible to everyone.
No one knows better than thee what is good for thee, no one have the right to interfere in thine free choices, unless they violate others.
There is no need for a global body, no need for empires, because everyone knows what is Good. The states exist for people that chooses to do evil, it exist to punish individual for transgressions, and to protect the community at large, from foreign threats.
It doesn’t matter what people in other countries think. Democracy does not work like that. We need consensus on one crucial thing. We need to all agree to want to be part of the state. If an individual disagrees he emigrates, if a larger group disagree they secede.

Now imagine a referendum. The people in China and Mongolia decide if Mongolia should be annexed by China and join as a new province.
Both countries hold a referendum. In china 55% of the population votes in favour of the annexation, in Mongolia 99,8% votes against (some of the votes were invalid and there was this one chinaman in Ulan Bator). But as Mongolia have 3 million people and China have over 1,3 billion, the total result in Absolut numbers are an overwhelming yes.
The red army marches over the border and despite resisting the Mongolians are quickly overwhelmed. Democratic right?
NO, of course not, that is not how democracy works. A global body is anti-democratic by nature, and it is anti-human and anti-God. It is about the tower of Babel, it is about thinking that they know better than everyone else what is good for them. That is the ultimate form of tyranny.
We need to always be able to say No.