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Kritisch Maatschappelijk Weblog

The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave

Brexit tragedy unfolding, new referendum on the brink

Britain might be on the verge of a new referendum as Mrs. May fails to get a better deal with the EU. To prevent a massive defeat in parliament, the long awaited Brexit vote for today has been cancelled. Instead of the crucial vote, the PM is now traveling around... read more

Difficult times for our Prime Minister Theresa May

Political turmoil in Downingstreet. A political insider here in London told me he believes the PM will be forced to leave office soon. A confidence vote to be held in a couple of days could lead to the exit of Mrs. May. It’s now or never as events develop as we speak.... read more

Think twice before you get into Organ Donation

Patient’s should rethink before they get into Organ Donation. Beware of the Lazarus phenomenon, when the dead come back to life. When it is coming to donated organs, “thanks”, to the so called Cell Memory Phenomenon you can inherit something more... read more

Tensions in the North Atlantic, U.S. Fleet command reactivated

A growing concern about the number of Chinese military vessels now operating in the Northern Atlantic, amid Russian submarines put America’s navy on high alert. Following the increased military threat, last month on the first of July, the U.S. has reactivated the... read more

Theresa May should follow Donald Trump’s advice

U.S. President Donald Trump advised U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to sue the EU. This instead of further negotiating with the bloc. The position of the British PM is under siege since the Chequers summit agreement that preludes a soft Brexit is in fact no Brexit at... read more

No future for battery powered vehicles, Tesla might go bust

I am not against electric powered driving. Sure, I do my best endeavors saving the environment. So far so good as long as electric transportation is not getting the energy from batteries. It’s an outrage plundering the environment for scares recourses like lithium and... read more

Our weird, alien made, Moon

Something seems to be shockingly wrong with the traditional explanation where our Moon came from. The official story is that the Moon broke off after Earth was struck by a huge planetary object like Mars. But a growing number of conspiracy theorists believe the... read more

Wishing you a safe and sound 2018!

I am sure you agree with me that we live in a dangerous world. Not seen since the cold war era. Today the planet seems to be just a few steps away from total nuclear destruction. The North Korean government called the latest UN Security Council sanctions “an act of... read more

Do gay people run on a different genetic operating system?

Shocking claims from scientists reveal gay and straight men have different variations of at least two genes that somewhat correlate with their sexual orientation. The human operating system is based on DNA structures one is born with. Now it looks like even sexual... read more

Using ad blockers could become costly

Fed up with annoying ads? The cure to prevent boring advertising showing up on webpages could become an expensive habit. More and more people are using ad blockers to restrict any kind of unwanted content showing up on webpages. A new tool, provided by Google, will... read more

Unacceptable Brexit terms: UK might walk away and will not pay !

How about that? There is a famous TV program on channel 5 here in Britain, named “can’t pay, we’ll take it away” It is about renters not willing or able to pay the rent and after a court conviction ordered leaving their homes immediately. And now we have a different... read more

Top doctor’s verdict: Eat more salt, it isn’t bad at all !

Former president of the World Heart Federation Professor Salim Yusuf is shocking the medical world with his conclusion that a too low salt intake is doing the opposite as many leading doctors so far warned for. A diet with a lack of salt may not prevent, but increase... read more

BBC blacklisted. Was Theresa May’s charm offensive in vain?

Donald Trump hates the way many media outlets operate. So do I. Colorized reporting or, equal bad, being silent about big achievements for America. E.g. mainstream media widespread ignored the massive deficit reduction, with no less than $ 12 bn, accomplished during... read more

Fake news is all around us, don’t tell me…

Mainstream media’s best times are past. The era in which, so called journalists, manipulated ordinary people is surely over. Old technology is swept away by the internet and smartphones are usually equipped with better camera’s than the most expensive... read more

State sponsored sex in Germany

Now Germans know where in the future tax euro’s might end up. The German Green Party made a pledge for sex on prescription in cases people are disabled or seriously ill. These patients should be able to file for public money to pay the hookers bill. However, evidence... read more

Talking Teddy Bear Roemer; just remove the batteries

There was a time in The Netherlands extreme left wing parties like the Socialistische Partij (S.P.) were strictly prohibited. Party members of (neo) communist movements were not eligible for jobs with a security risk like the Police and e.g. the postal service PTT.... read more

The future is bleak for bank customers in Europe

This week the EU announced the shocking development of new legislation to drive European citizens one step further in the direction of a privacy black hole. In the near future, banks are allowed to share vital data such as balances from customers with ordinary... read more