Those who are socially isolated are at greater risk of dying of a cardiac arrest or a stroke

Monday, November 12, 2018

Research has long shown that those who are lonely or living in social isolation are at greater risk of having strokes or heart problems. But there may be other things than the loneliness that constitutes the danger, according to a new Finnish study, writes research magazine.no.

Overweight and smoking explained the heart problems, not loneliness. It is still true that those who feel lonely or living in social isolation are more prone to stroke or cardiac arrest than the rest of the population. But 85 percent of this increased danger can be explained by things we already know is bad for the heart.

It may be that they alone suffer from sickness overweight, smoke, have low education and low income or another chronic illness that causes them to suffer from bad health. Solitude comes only in addition to all this. This is the conclusion of a new study in the scientific journal Heart, writes the Norwegian research magazine.

The researchers have used information from a major British health survey called BioBank. Half a million brits between 40 and 69 years were followed for about seven years. They had to answer the questionnaire and go through health checks. 10 percent of them lived in social isolation, while 6 percent were lonely. Only one percent were both.

“It’s good for your health to have social support from a boyfriend or other people who are in a similar situation to you. Socially isolated or lonely individuals may not have this kind of support, “says Christian Hakulinen to the news magazine Time, cited by Research.no. He is a professor of psychology at the University of Helsinki and is the lead researcher of the new study.

There is a big difference in feeling lonely and being socially isolated, according to the researchers. You can feel lonely even if you participate in a lot of social activities and get clean down by visiting and it is possible to live social isolation without feeling lonely. Some thrive best alone, they strike.

Those of the study participants who said that they rarely or never had anyone they could trust and felt lonely, categorized researchers just as – lonely. But for the researchers to say that you lived in social isolation, you had to live alone, visit family and friends less than once a month and do not attend regular social activities during a regular week. It can be anything from handball training to a regular meeting with the quiz team or the book club, writes Research.no.

Although the Finnish researchers believe that most of the increased risk lonely and isolated to have heart problems is due to other things, isolation appears to be a danger signal in itself.

Those who are socially isolated are at greater risk of dying of a cardiac arrest or a stroke, according to the study. Especially if they had a blow earlier. Here, the researchers found that some of the increased dangers could be due to overweight or chronic illness, but the social isolation itself remained an important risk factor. It may be because the insulated does not have anyone to lean on when things go wrong, writes Research.no.

“It may be that those who feel lonely have a social network they can start after they get sick. But people who are socially isolated do not have this type of network, “says Hakulinen to Time.

Muslim mob destroyed Jewish memorial at Speakers Corner

Saturday, November 10, 2018

These days, memory events have been held in connection with Jewish persecution during World War II many places in the world. Recently, a small group of English Jews would remember not only the Holocaust, but also the many Jews who through the story were murdered and massacred by Muslims. They gathered on the symbol of freedom of expression in London, Speakers Corner, but they did not get there.

A large group of Muslims quickly gathered around the few Jews. Something called “Death to the Jews.” An older man ruled out loud that the Holocaust had taken place.

When a young Jew began to read the long list of Muslim assaults against Jews, from the Prophet Muhammad, the beast had 900 Jews in Medina in 627 and 90 in Khaybar the following year, until 1967 when two Jewish families were slaughtered in Tripoli, at least 18 Jews became killed in Libya by a raging Muslim mob, and 57 Jews were killed in Syria, the threats were so severe that the Jews had to give up.

The video below shows what happened. Around 5 minutes inside the video, you can see how Muslims disturbed memory celebrity.

The United Kingdom rejects Asia Bibi to avoid hampering the Muslim environment

Saturday, November 10, 2018

British authorities have rejected the Christian Pakistani Asia Bibi’s desire to come to Britain, allegedly to relieve certain environments in the country, and because of the fear of Muslim terror. This reports the Huffington Post.

Asia Bibi was accused of blasphemy, for drinking from the same cup of two Muslim women. She was acquitted of the Pakistani Supreme Court, but hordes of Islamists have subsequently taken to the streets and demanded that the woman be executed. This allows her and her family and lawyers to seek refuge in another country.

“I ask the UK’s prime minister to help us and, as far as possible, get us freedom, prayerful Ashiq Masih, Asia Bibi’s husband.

The British government has rejected the prayer from the family despite the fact that they have previously committed themselves and received large numbers of migrants who claim they are children from France as well as from refugee camps near Syria. All of these migrants, 100 percent, were Muslims, in the first half of 2018, when all Christians were rejected.

“I have been led to believe that the British government has concerns that her relocation to the UK would create security problems and turmoil among certain sections of society and would also be a security risk for British embassies abroad that could be the target of Islamist terrorists, said Wilson Chowdhry, chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association.

Furthermore, he states that Asia Bibi and her family have decided to accept asylum from another western country. One of the Western leaders who has offered Bibi asylum in their country is Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who has promised to do everything he can to help the woman and her relatives.

Lonely Planet has spoken: Copenhagen is the world’s best city to visit in 2019

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


It is not only delicious to be Norwegian in Denmark. Everyone can feel good in Copenhagen. Also, the city now thrones on top of the Lonely Planet’s prestigious top-ten list for cities in 2019.

Lonely Planet’s chief editor Tom Hall, cites Copenhagen as a cutting edge city

– Old cobbled streets meet innovative menus and trendy design. Several hundred years old castles, churches and packed houses share streets and canals with modern architecture. The former Meat City offers galleries, eateries with short-range food and cool indiebarer. Copenhagen is the symbol of “scandi-cool” and deserves recognition worldwide, he says in a press release.

The Islamic trumpet

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Thirty years ago everyone shook hands on each other. Today, some Muslim men will not greet women.

My mother used to say that you can not blow in a trumpet the opposite way. You get tired without getting any music out of it. Use the nozzle and the right side of the trumpet. I remember this when I look at the situation in Western Europe today.

An example is Norway. When I came to Norway thirty years ago and was in asylum reception, and when I later worked in nursing homes and hospitals, nobody spoke of halal meat. No stores had signs where they advertised halal meat. But eventually there was halal meat in prisons, hospitals and everywhere else.

Thirty years ago, there were very few who used hijab. When I wrote about a hijab ban, the feminists replied “Almost no one uses hijab, maybe only 200 pieces.” Eventually, more and more people have been using hijab. And in Norway there is now more hijab than in Pakistan or other Muslim countries. We have hijab fashion, hijab program leader. And women with hijab like “hate white men” sit at the lunch table of the prime minister on March 8th. It is a symbol of 8 March – the day of women’s liberation.

Thirty years ago, there was no children-hijab, but today kindergarten children go with hijab.

Thirty years ago, no burkini was found. Now there are many who use burkini.

Thirty years ago, nobody used to burka. If you are taking a trip in Oslo today, for example in Greenland, it is like “little Karachi”, Mogadishu or Afghanistan.

Thirty years ago, great religious markings such as eid, ramadan, muharram (southern moon) were not marked in public. Today there are large and visible selections. During eid celebration in Valhall sports facilities, with separate seats for women and men, the prime minister is present.


Women and men were separated during the eid celebration in Valhall in Oslo in 2017.

Thirty years ago, hanging curtains at restaurants was not possible. But today it is hung up in some restaurants so that the women can sit separately from men.

Thirty years ago people worked where they got a job. Today, more and more people refuse to work where they can go to sausages and salami, even if they wear gloves. Pork can be seen as a good reason to either go home and live on NAV.

Thirty years ago it was usual for a five-day work week for all. Today, you need to have a leave on Fridays to attend the Friday prayer.

Thirty years ago, there were very few mosques in Norway. Now there are close to 60 mosques only in Oslo and Akershus. Several of them are built with, among other things, money from the treasury.

Thirty years ago everyone shook hands on each other. Today, some Muslim men will not greet women. And they are supported by naive headless feminists and anti-racists. “There are many ways to show respect.”

Thirty years ago, people did not blame for not being stamped as racists. Now all means are used to bring life into the blasphemy law and restrict freedom of expression. Chronicles, demonstrations, threats and even killing are funds that are taken into use.

Thirty years ago, there were no Sharia courts. But now Muslims do everything they can to introduce sharia courts in Norway, as they did in Britain. Sharia laws is practiced in some mosque environments. Now they want and that it must be approved by the state. Some headless naive people even support this.

What will be the next requirement? Own tram and bus for women? Own tram and bus for men? Gender-shared public transport so that Muslim men are not excited to sit next to a woman?

Or is it next to stop serving and selling alcohol on Fridays? Cut out to serve alcohol and ribs for the Christmas table because there are some Muslims present?

What will be the next requirement? Gender-divided schools?

Prohibition of high-heeled shoes and perfume because Muslim men get excited?

What will be the next requirement? A guardian of Muslim men and their headless supporters who will ensure that satire, drawings or posts are not published in the newspapers? That those who criticize Islam are not interviewed by the media?

What will be the next requirement? Swallow all opinions and offend all people for Muslims to not be violated? Have not Muslims violated millions of women in 1400 years because they have treated them inhuman? Do not Muslims violate millions of women by making them to grandchildren, rocking them or committing bigami? How many women have been killed or lost over their heads because they have given birth to girls or boys?

What will be the next requirement? That national anthem changes? Because it praises the Norwegian people and Norwegian nature? And remove the cross from the Norwegian flag and replace it with the red moon? We are going to delete everything that makes Norway to Norway. Europe to Europe. Little by little Norwegians will no longer know who they are. They become identityless and it becomes easier to color them with Islam.

Europe and the United States have a bad conscience because of slavery. But Muslims were also big slave drivers. They castrated male slaves. And in this way they destroyed people. We see many African generations in the United States and Europe after slavery. But in Arab countries there is hardly anyone because they were castrated.

We are still talking about the Vietnam War and World War II. Why do not we talk about Islam and Muslims treatment of Jews, Persians, Christians, Gays and Women, the Unbelievers and Converts? Because no one dares to write about it. Because Muslims are violated.

Why does all criticism stop when Islam and Muslims are mentioned? Why should not Muslims taste their own medicine. Be violated?

Muslims came to Norway. But they did not integrate in the country they came to. Instead, they demanded that those living here should integrate in their religious and political ways. They blew in the opposite direction of the trumpet. And they managed to make such a strong and magical sound that all of Europe danced for them.

Stop all special demands from the Muslims. Treat them as ethnic Norwegian and remember one thing. Norway is Norway, with all its characteristics: Equality, freedom of expression and democracy.

Facebook apologized to Nina Karin Monsen

Monday, September 17, 2018


Facebook has lifted the exclusion of the disputed philosopher Nina Karin Monsen after the link to the article “Homo
sentimentality“.

In addition, Monsen receives a regret from the social media, writes the day.

– It looks like we made a mistake and removed something you published on Facebook that does not violate our policies. We would like to apologize and inform you that we have now recovered the post and removed the blocking of your Facebook account, it says in an email that the newspaper has accessed.

The article she linked to, addresses questions about marriage and KrF politician Geir Jørgen Bekkevold’s marriage of a lesbian couple. It’s the third time she got the quarantine from the social media, and originally the exclusion should have been for 30 days.

My comment on this is:

The homolobby has for many years been under the skin for many. This is reflected in the slow but surely acceptance of the people. To be gay and live it out should be normal now. God hates sin, and gay practice is a sin in the Bible. BUT Gays are loved by God. But they should not have positions in the church.

It has gone too far now, including Muslim/Christian devotional book, etc.

Old Power book

Sunday 9 september 2018

Niccolò Machiavelli ( 3 May 1469 – 21 June 1527) was an Italian diplomat, politician, historian, philosopher, humanist and writer of the Renaissance period

“Machiavellianism” is widely used as a negative term to characterize unscrupulous politicians of the sort Machiavelli described most famously in the book The Prince. Machiavelli described immoral behavior, such as dishonesty and the killing of innocents, as being normal and effective in politics. He even seemed to encourage it in some situations. The book gained notoriety due to claims that it teaches “evil recommendations to tyrants to help them maintain their power”

The term “Machiavellian” is often associated with political deceit, deviousness, and realpolitik. On the other hand, many commentators, such as Baruch Spinoza, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Denis Diderot, have argued that Machiavelli was actually a republican, even when writing The Prince, and his writings were an inspiration to Enlightenment proponents of modern democratic political philosophy. In one place, for example, he noted his admiration for the selfless Roman dictator Cincinnatus.

Conclusion :

How to get power og how to maintain IT. It’s safer to be feared than loved.Cruelties should be commited all at once. A prince who desires to maintain his position must learn to be not always good, but to be so or not, as needs require.

All armed prophets have been victorious, and all unarmed prophets have been destroyed. Before all else, be armed.

In this book, no compassion or simple love. Just straight to the point, power gaining it and sustain it.

POWER BOOK.

Earthquake film’s premiere broke records

Wednesday 5 september 2018

Last weekend’s premiere of the new disaster film Skjelvet drew the largest crowds to Norwegian cinemas so far this year. Producer Martin Sundland at Fantefilm claimed he and his colleagues were extremely satisfied.

Fully 154,109 people bought tickets to see the film, which depicts a major earthquake hitting Oslo and causing massive destruction. The film has also set off a debate among geologistsover how realistic the threat of a major quake in Norway really is.

There was no debate over the numbers turning out to see the film, which stars Ane Dahl Torp and Kristoffer Joner in what’s a sequel to the earlier disaster film in which they appeared, Bølgen. It was about a tidal wave in the narrow fjord of Geiranger after a steep mountainside breaks loose and crashes into the fjord below.

The earthquake film broke records for the amounts paid to market it, and it also has received good reviews from film critics. Only Kon-Tiki, which attracted 164,804 paying film-goers when it premiered in 2012, has surpassed Skjelvet on its opening weekend.

My comments on this is :

In the 70’s there was at least 250.000 on big films or more. Cinema must go to phones, tablets and PC too. Streaming is the future and its here right now. We can stream 4K if we want to. It has to be cheap as well, going more than 135.- NOK (16 dollars) on a premiere.

Complaint against cross in Oslo

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

On the roof of the Methodist Church at Bjølsen in the capital, for a while there has been a large, luminous cross. This has resulted in a number of neighboring complaints, as some Oslo people think it is too flashy. Now the municipality requires that the church must either apply for permission or remove the cross. It tells Our Country.

The cross was placed on the roof of the Metodist Church on May 24th in 2017, and the first complaint was already on the first day. It is claimed in this complaint that the cross dominates the view in the area, especially from the upper floors of the apartment buildings.

It is especially the lighting the complainants respond to. The actual size of the cross is not documented, but the complainants estimate that it can be between three and six meters high.

“I think we live in a society where there is freedom of expression. Oslo is a big city. We have to accept that there is everything possible here, and the crossroads are completely natural. There are also many other religious expressions, so I do not really see that particular, said Pastor in the Methodist Church, Steinar Hjerpseth, in January this year.

It is not just the lighting that is perceived as a prank of the neighbors. Some also react to the fact that there are at all religious symbols in the vicinity.

“I would like to have pissed off such an enormous advertising poster for an ideology that I think belongs to the past, writes a complainant.

First Minister at Kristiania College, Fredrik Tangen, believes that people react more strongly to religious symbols because they represent a “moral supremacy”.

“Religion is understood as a symbol of moral supremacy:” We have understood that you are wrong. “He says.

He draws up the advertising sign for Freia at Karl Johan as an example of something flashy, which people still do not want to remove.

“But when you get a society where there is more controversy about which religions and symbols to apply, it becomes less acceptable. It’s the same whether it’s a bean top from a mosque or a cross on a church. The light and sound reaches beyond the boundaries of the building. That’s going to happen, says Tangen.

My comment on this is:

Norwegians become secularized and turn away from God. It is stated in the Revelation and is thus documented. We will see the bloom of Islam, Satan’s ideology just as it is written. Takes some time, but when you remove something, something else will come in. We import our demise!

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