Thursday, 16 December 2010

Something about globalisation. What to do?

"Former premier minister of Denmark, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and neither he nor any of his party members from Venstre are ready to take the necessary steps when it comes to the challenges of globalisation."

Some years go, in upper secondary school, I wrote this essay:

Globalisation. What to do?

"How do we prepare Denmark for the increased competition on the global economic market?"

Thus asks Venstre, Denmark's liberalistic pary, and tells further:

"When others are cheaper, we need to be better. Better to create new places to work. Better to create new products. Better to get bright ideas".

In other words. We need to better to everything.

To achieve that leave us with only one option. We have to design our society, so it's made for B-persons, which is how most people are designed by nature. This is the only way to handle the challenges of globalisation.

Think about the creative and cultivated direction our society would take, if we just could be awake for a few more hours in the night time. It's in those hours the creative display peaks, and it's in those hours people are going out to enjoy the more colorful parts of cultural life.

Just imagine how perfect life would be. Instead of asking each other after work or education if we should hang out, we would instead ask each other if we should get drunk. Everyday would be like it was a part of the weekend. We would therefore don't need our weekend anymore, and thus we wouldn't need more working capacity the next many decades!

Sunday, 29 August 2010

29 08 10

I'm in London, and it's alright, but I would prefer that things were a little easier.

The Smiths - London

Monday, 12 July 2010

Anthony Burgess

Friday, 9 July 2010