Hodjanernes Blog

16 juni 2017

Alle elsker kapitalismen !

Filed under: TrumfEs — Tags: , — trumfes @ 16:17

Alle ved det bare ikke … endnu


14 januar 2016

En forsvarstale for kapitalisme

og nogle gode hug til alle socialisterne, der vil bek√¶mpe “Capitalism”

Churchill on Socialism


14 september 2015

Kapitalisme er b√•de det bedste og det mest retf√¶rdige system

Filed under: Almindelig fornuft, √ėkonomi, Penge, TrumfEs, USA/Canada — Tags: , — trumfes @ 16:10

Her er en udmærket gennemgang af hvorfor fra Prager University

Som sædvanlig en kvalitetsvideo fra Prager.

16 juni 2015

Flipside Yaron Brook interview part2

Filed under: Penge, USA/Canada — Tags: , — Hodja @ 16:13

24 november 2009

Hvad vil voldsaktivisterne med klimakonferencen i K√łbenhavn?

9 juni 2009

Araberne kom til London

Filed under: Europa, Film, Historie, Hodja, Muslim World, Penge, Saudi, UK — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 00:20

The Mayfair Set

F√łrste afsnit:

13 januar 2008

Learning to love the dole

One might expect Europeans to view the world through a slightly left-of-center, social-democratic lens.

The surprise is the intensity and depth of the anti-market bias being taught in Europe’s schools. Students learn that private companies destroy jobs while government policy creates them. Employers exploit while the state protects. Free markets offer chaos while government regulation brings order. Globalization is destructive, if not catastrophic. Business is a zero-sum game, the source of a litany of modern social problems. Some enterprising teachers and parents may try to teach an alternative view, and some books are less ideological than others. But given the biases inherent in the curricula, this background is unavoidable. It is the context within which most students develop intellectually. And it’s a belief system that must eventually appear to be the truth.


Minimal reforms to the welfare state cost former German Chancellor Gerhard Schr√∂der his job in 2005. They have also paralyzed modern German politics. Former communists and disaffected Social Democrats, together with left-wing Greens, have flocked to Germany‚Äôs new leftist party, whose politics is a distasteful mix of anticapitalist demagoguery and right-wing xenophobia. Its platform, polls show, is finding support even among mainstream Germans. A left-leaning majority, within both the parliament and the public at large, makes the world‚Äôs third-largest economy vulnerable to destructive policies driven by anticapitalist resentment and fear of globalization. Similar situations are easily conceivable elsewhere and have already helped bring populists to power in Latin America. Then there is France, where President Nicolas Sarkozy promised to ‚Äúrupture‚ÄĚ with the failed economic policies of the past. He has taken on the country‚Äôs public servants and their famously lavish benefits, but many of his policies appear to be driven by what he calls ‚Äúeconomic patriotism,‚ÄĚ which smacks of old-fashioned industrial protectionism. That‚Äôs exactly what French schoolchildren have long learned is the way the world should work.

L√¶s mere om hvordan det franske og tyske undervisningssystem opdrager b√łrnene til at elske velf√¶rdsstaten og bistandshj√¶lpen (dole). De, som har b√łrn i skolealderen, burde m√•ske kigge undervisningsmaterialerne igennem af og til.¬†

Foreign Policy

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