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Corporate Fascism- Danish Style.

Corporate Fascism- Danish Style.

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Published by Philip John Jones
Generally speaking, most people around the world have no idea where Denmark is. The last time I was in the US, the general consensus among those I spoke to, was that it was the Capital of Sweden. The Muhammad Cartoon fiasco did for a short while drag Denmark kicking and squealing into the international spotlight, but that didn't last too long, and in truth, the Royal Kingdom of Denmark has returned to its accustomed state of national anonymity.

Those who do know where and what Denmark is, often naively think of her in romantic terms, as a quaint little country, conjuring up images of Hans Christian Andersen tales, akin to scenes from `Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,` and the like.

But nothing could be further from the truth:
Generally speaking, most people around the world have no idea where Denmark is. The last time I was in the US, the general consensus among those I spoke to, was that it was the Capital of Sweden. The Muhammad Cartoon fiasco did for a short while drag Denmark kicking and squealing into the international spotlight, but that didn't last too long, and in truth, the Royal Kingdom of Denmark has returned to its accustomed state of national anonymity.

Those who do know where and what Denmark is, often naively think of her in romantic terms, as a quaint little country, conjuring up images of Hans Christian Andersen tales, akin to scenes from `Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,` and the like.

But nothing could be further from the truth:

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Corporate Fascism–Danish Style.
 
Conspiracy Fact Not Conspiracy Theory.
By Philip Jones 6
th
August 2009.
“Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.”
Benito Mussolini.Generally speaking, most people around the world have no idea where Denmark is. The last time Iwas in the US, the general consensus among those I spoke to, was that it was the Capital of Sweden.The Muhammad Cartoon fiasco did for a short while drag Denmark kicking and squealing into theinternational spotlight, but that didn't last too long, and in truth, the Royal Kingdom of Denmark hasreturned to its accustomed state of national anonymity.Those who do know where and what Denmark is, often naively think of her in romantic terms, as aquaint little country, conjuring up images of Hans Christian Andersen tales, akin to scenes from`Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,` and the like.But nothing could be further from the truth:Denmark is in reality a ruthless `Monopoly Dictatorship` deceivingly disguised as a caring moderndemocratic welfare state. It is a place where one has no opportunity for redress of grievance, andwhere neither the State nor the Corporations with which it it is effectively merged, feel any sense of accountability to the people. By the use of the most subtle and sophisticated methods of mass programming, it has co-opted a whole nation of people into a `Hive` mentality with the Statefunctioning in the role of the `Queen Bee.`Increasingly, Denmark resembles Aldous Huxley's ` Brave New World,` in which he describes the perfect totalitarian model of government thus:“ A really efficient totalitarian state would be the one in which the all-powerful executive of  political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to becoerced, because they love their servitude.“ Aldous Huxley.
 
Those familiar with my work will know that I have written at length on this subject in several previous articles[1-4] so it is not my intention to belabour here the points made previously. It willhowever be of help for the reader, in order to grasp the complexity of the subject matter, to makefrequent reference to those articles in order to place what I write here in context.For the sake of those not previously acquainted with this topic, I will summarise below the situationhere in Denmark as I see it.
Brave New Denmark Revisited:
In the Matrix movie, the Morpheus character says to Neo,
“The Matrix is a system Neo, and that  system is our enemy. When you are inside it what do you see? The minds of the very people we aretrying to save. But until we do, these people are part of that system and that makes them our enemies. You have to understand that most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And manyare so hopelessly dependent on the system, they will fight to defend it”.
In this the first decade of the 21
st
Century, the individual Dane finds himself/herself so utterlydependent upon the State apparatus, that even in the unlikely event he perceives his condition for what it really is, it has become all but impossible for him to unplug himself from the `Matrix,` or disassociate himself from the `Hive.` This situation is then exacerbated by the programming he hasreceived since Kindergarten, which was designed to render him either unable to see that his life iscontrolled down to the minutest detail, or which induces in him a state of mass denial and self delusion; a condition known as `cognitive dissonance.` Simply put, this means to be in a state of inner conflict, where one is presented with a fact or facts which contradict one’s belief system.What then occurs is as the late Psychologist Leon Festninger, a student of Kurt Lewin (himself aninspiration of the `Tavistock Institute` ) wrote in the book, When Prophecy fails;
“The individual believer must have social support. It is unlikely that one isolated believer could withstand the kind of dis-confirming evidence we have specified. If, however, the believer is amember of a group of convinced persons who can support one another, we would expect the belief to be maintained and the believers to attempt to proselyte or to persuade non-members that thebelief is correct.”
In other words, when one’s erroneous and discredited belief system, whether it be social, political or religious, is shown to be evidently so, there is a clambering for safety in numbers. For the morethere are to prevaricate and justify, `move the goal posts` if you will, then the greater the probabilitythat the belief system, however discredited will remain the `received wisdom` of the masses.Danes as a people are in many ways held in a state of `arrested adolescence.` The seemingly LiberalSocialist veneer is merely a mask for what is in actuality a ruthless Corporate Fascist State, whichhas no humanity, shows no mercy, will tolerate no dissent whatsoever, and holds absolute control,not by force of arms, or by the use of surveillance cameras and other technological means as in theUK, but by the use of an indoctrinated mindset which imbues it’s citizens with a
`There’s nothing  you can do about it`
mentality.”Then you have the `Gatekeepers` of the Danish `Matrix.` All themselves victims of the brainnumbing propaganda hurled at them from childhood, perpetuated in schools and universities andreinforced daily by the state/corporate media. The parents, priests, teachers, police, soldiers,doctors, journalists and the `censors` who make sure that nothing is put into print, published or  broadcast which will create confusion, doubt or dissension. Of course, just a little harmless andminor criticism is published in order to maintain the illusion of democracy and freedom. But
 
nothing which will provoke real debate on any contentious subject..Then there are the `neighbours` and the `community groups` ever watchful that no one raises his or her head above the ramparts, or breaks ranks, ceases to conform or displays any unnecessary signsof individuality. Always ready to pick up the telephone and be the `good citizen, `informing on theneighbour who dares to contravene even the most minor of the countless rules and regulationswhich press down ever more heavily upon the Danish people.In fact and amazingly so, in Denmark and the other Scandinavian lands, there is a code of conductused to enforce this `gatekeeper` mentality. It is known as the `Jantelav` and has it’s origins in thesmall villages and hamlets of Denmark back in the 18th and 19th centuries. The `code` wasformulated by a Danish writer named `Aksel Sandemose` who included it in his 1933 novel, `AFugitive Crosses His Tracks.` He based it on the closed and narrow minded behaviour he hadwitnessed as a child, and did not intend it to become what it has, a means by which a whole people’sview of themselves can become degraded.The Ten Commandments of the `Code` are:1. Don’t think you are anything.2. Don’t think you are as good as us.3. Don’t think you are smarter than us.4. Don’t think yourself better than us.5. Don’t think you know more than us.6. Don’t think you are greater than us.7. Don’t think you can do better than us.8. Don’t laugh at us.9. Don’t think that anyone cares about you.10. Don’t think you can teach us anything. Now it has to be understood that this code describes entirely the attitude and mentality of theoverwhelming majority of Danish people. Was there ever a more perfect tool for controlling asociety. Degrade their self image and belief in their purpose, their ability to excel and shine. Look atthe last `tenet`. `Don’t think you can teach us anything.` For anyone who has come to live here witha craft or trade or other expert skill, that in a nutshell illustrates how impossible it is to introducenew ways and ideas into Denmark. Danes do not believe that anyone can teach them anything.
The Monopoly Mafia:
“The Illuminati's revolutionary goal is the NWO, or authoritarian socialism run by monopolycapital. It is big government in the service of big business, the left in the service of the right”. Henry Makow `The Cruel Hoax`.
The Danish State and Danish Companies have formed themselves into a form of Corporate `Mafia.`

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