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Intelligensens betydelse för debatten kring invandring, multikultur och “rasism”

Jag har länge funderat på orsaken till de så fastlåsta positionerna i debatten angående invandringens eventuella för- respektive nackdelar, inte minst de senaste dagarna efter Expressens obehagliga åsiktsregistrering. I debatten, där ena sidan rabiat hävdar att invandringen ger ett positivt … Continue reading

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Totalitarianism and loss of privacy in the surveillance state – government wet dream

A great scenario from aclu.org on what the future, for each of us,  in a totalitarian surveillance state will look like – every step you’ve taken, every person you’ve communicated with, every position you been at, every purchase you’ve made, … Continue reading

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2SD | ! 2SD

For those of my (Swedish) readers, who from the perhaps somewhat cryptic headline of this post got the impression that this will be something about the ( in politically correct circles – which I definitely don’t belong to!)  utterly taboo-to-mention … Continue reading

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Social Network analysis of Carl Bildt’s – Swedish Foreign Minister – Twitter activities

As I’ve posted before, the Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt is very active on social media since long time (cudos, Carl!), as well as a proponent of close cooperation with foreign (read NATO + Israeli) security and intelligence services. Furthermore, … Continue reading

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På spaning efter en regering med integritet

Originally posted on Anne Rambergs blogg:
De senaste dagarna har fyllts av nyheter om USAs övervakning och då särskilt avlyssningen av Tysklands förbundskansler Angela Merkel och Frankrikes president Hollande. Detta har föranlett de flesta demokratiska staters regeringschefer att kraftigt reagera…

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