Philip Jones – Denmark Was His Undoing

Philip Jones, one of the outstanding critics of the EU and the NWO died last November. He fell ill in Sept 2009 and suspected a woman of poisoning him. He was dependent on the Danish health care system, a precarious position given essays like this one from July 2008. It is a reminder of why we sorely miss him.

“Happy” Danes are NWO Guinea Pigs by Philip Jones

“The most dangerous revolutions are not those which tear everything down, and cause the streets to run with blood, but those which leave everything standing, while cunningly emptying it of any significance”. The Danish philosopher `Kierkegaard`.

London’s Evening Standard Edition for 1st July 2008 reported in an article entitled `Happyland` that a recent opinion poll revealed that of all the peoples of the world, Danes were the happiest. This the poll stated was due to the country’s peaceful atmosphere, Democracy and social equality.

In recent times, there have been several such surveys conducted, all of which asserted that Denmark is the happiest place on the planet. The question is of course, why do we need to keep being told this? What is the purpose, and is there an agenda? I am a British expat who has lived here 13 years and for the life of me, I cannot see Danes as being a happy people at all.

Denmark is, and has been for years, a `Test Zone` for the European Union in particular and the emerging New World Order in general. The constant reinforcing of this Danish `fairy tale` in the international media is contrived to convince people that the subtle mental prison that is Denmark is a highly desirable model that all should strive for.

The Danish concept of happiness is quite different to that of say the USA, or any of the other English-speaking land. Danish happiness is tied up entirely in one word; `Tryghed` or safety/security. Now these elements might be necessary for a happy life, but they do not constitute happiness in themselves. A prisoner sentenced to life might feel `safe and secure`, but how many would claim to be happy?

The most common English dictionary definition of happiness is; ” A state of pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentment, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction”.

Of the above, I can only say that I have witnessed in the Dane a sense of resigned contentment and satisfaction with his or her lot. The other elements are highly conspicuous by their absence. It should be noted that Danes are generally undemanding and compliant by nature and so long as the Status Quo is maintained, they shuffle about their lives innocuously enough.

So what is this all about then? It’s about constructing an environment where people become servile and acquiescent. Grateful for the `scraps` handed down to them by their benevolent master, the State. As Aldous Huxley wrote in Brave New World, “The perfect Totalitarian State is one where the political bosses, and their army of managers, control a population of slaves, who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude”. This describes the conditions in Denmark perfectly.

Denmark and the Danes, along with Sweden (please read `The New Totalitarians by Roland Huntford) have been used as a model for the EU Superstate. Danes are kept in the dark and fed on Mushrooms.. To instill a sense of superiority and security, the Danish State Propaganda Machine must continually convey these messages:

That it is in every respect functioning successfully.

That is superior in all aspects.

That the people and the state are indivisible.

That the state apparatus is the democratically elected guardian of the Danish way of life.

Leonard Shapiro wrote ; “The true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought reveals itself as a jarring dissonance”.

If Denmark is filled with all these happy folk, why is it that this Socialist Utopia has one of the highest suicide rates in the world, especially amongst the youth, with a rapidly growing number of young people of school age being prescribed anti depressant drugs, massive levels of alcoholism, a growing disaffection between the genders, resulting in low marriage levels, a below replacement birth rate, and a alienation and polarization between the generations. Is this really a description of `Happy land`?

So, are Danes happy? They have certainly been conditioned to believe they are. Are they secure? The illusion that they are remains, but cracks in the `dam` are appearing. For the present, until the `experiment` is concluded, and so long as they continue to acquiesce to the relentless demands for an ever greater share of their personal wealth, Danes will continue to worship their holiest of Holies `Tryghed` and believe themselves `cared for` by their `benefactor and protector`, the Danish State .

In conclusion, the Danish variant of happiness is simply not the same as one would find in, for example, Australia or the USA . Like a Canary in a cage, provided all the essentials of survival are present, with the illusion of credit created affluence intact, the Dane will proclaim his `happiness`. Tragically, he/she is not qualified to answer the question as he/she simply doesn’t know what happiness is.

Postscript: Yesterday evening, I was walking my dogs in a small wooded area near to my home when I met young couple innocently enjoying a Mid Summers evening together. I knew immediately that they were not Danes, as they were smiling and warmly greeted me, even acknowledging my dogs, and this is not the kind of behavior I have come to expect from the natives, who usually give a brief, stoic nod of the head, ignore the dogs and hurry on their way, in case I might engage them in conversation. Anyway, it turns out that the young couple were from the Ukraine. We stood and chatted for a while, and as it always does when one meets other Non-Danes in Denmark, the question of how each of us likes or dislikes living in the country, and how we perceive the natives, arose. We agreed that Danes were `decent enough, but a little stern, stoic, not over friendly, often unwelcoming, miserable when sober, and difficult to come in contact with on a personal level`

I have had many similar conversations with foreigners from all over the world who were/are resident here. It should be added at this stage that of course, one does find helpful and friendly Danes as one does everywhere. But it’s not the individual character I am talking about here, it is the national character, and it is my experience that a happy, friendly, open Dane is the exception, rather than the rule.

Coming soon: Has Denmark been a `Test Zone` for Codex Alimentarius.