I give Gmail accounts away!

I have quite many Gmail invitations and would like to give them away to some nice people :).
It is completely free, but you need to agree with these statements in order to get the invitation:

1. You are against a jingoistic way of thinking, and you are against chauvinism, (exaggerated) patriotism og nationalism.

2. You respect people with different ethnicity, religious and cultural backgrounds.

3.You think the debate on foreigners in Denmark is going too far and in fact is disgusting and perverted.

4. You will try to get out of state of ignorance (if you’re in such).

5. You wish US, British, Danish and other troops stop occupying Iraq and withdraw as soon as possible.

6. If you don’t know anything about people of different culture and religion, you are not automatically afraid of them, and you don’t think they are all criminals who want to hurt you. You will, at least, try to get to know them first before making any conclusions.

7. You believe that a war NOT authorized by United Nations is a filthy and illegal war. Persons and countries that stand behind these actions should be persecuted by the International War Tribune.

8. You are against any form of terrorism, but you are trying to find out and understand its cause.

9. You do not reject Michael Moore’s facts published in Fahrenheit 9/11 just because you don’t like him or because you sympathize with those he criticizes. You care about truth and facts.

10. You want a fair solution to the Middle East conflict, which contains discontinuance of Israel’s occupation of Palestine, stoppage of terrorist attacks from both Israeli and Palestinian sides, and you want an emergence of sovereign Palestine state with the borders defined according to UN resolution 181 from 1947 (?).
Firstly, If you can say YES to all the questions, I can congratulate you for not being a stupid and ignorant pig, but genuine and righteous human being who respect others and seek bilateral and equal communication with other human beings. You embrace knowledge and truth, and despise ignorance, “blindness” and stupidity.
Secondly, Gmail invitation is on the way to you (if there are still some left).
All you have to do is to comment this post and write your existing mail, so that I can send you an invitation.

Dilemma’s Ending

I voted and I voted swiftly – for Enhedslisten (Unity Party).
It wasn’t that hard, after all. The party gained two more seats in the Parliament (not official at the moment, though).
Unfortunately, the present government is continuing the one-sided rule for next four years.

I will remember this vote by another fact – I bought a new car, a ’98 Opel Vectra.
At least, I can cruise now through mostly right-winged Kingdom of Denmark.

Avdibeg’s Dilemma

Well, tomorrow is elections in Denmark and I am, for the first time in history of the Milky Way, unsure about who to vote for.
At, I am quite sure who am I not going to vote for:
Venstre (Left) – because they are a little bit too right for me.
The Conservatives – they care too much about capitalists, just like Venstre.
Danish People’s Party – hmm, they are a little bit too fascistic/nationalistic/patriotic for my taste.
Social-Democrats – they have similar politics to Venstre. Not much socialistic!
The Radicals – I actually agree on many issues with them, but I don’t feel like this time…

So, who can win my vote tomorrow?

Minority Party – for being a “party for humanity”.
Center-Democrats – very cool party with human and warm political standpoints.
Socialist People’s Party (SF) – for having a quite reasonable politics.
Unity Party – because I am such an idealist and because there is a quite unhidden communist in me 🙂

Phew, this one will be a tough one…

A tribute

Well, our daughter is about to become a four-month old. You know what that means? It means, she’s going through yet another turbulent period when her mood is constantly changing. I call it a hurricane period, because at one point she’s laughing and playing, at other – hell goes crazy! At first, as unexperienced parents, my wife and I thought her behavior was a little bit strange, but when we read “Why They Cry” by Hetty Van De Rijt & Frans Plooij we understood our little angel.
According to the authors (and until now, they were right) a child is going through different phases in the first 60 weeks of life and it has 8 major “leaps” or if you prefer my definition – hurricanes, when the child is irritable, frightened and safety-searching.
Fortunately, these periods are essential for the baby and they help a child to evolve and digest all the impressions and new experiences.
This kind of behavior produces not too many sleeping hours and silent times especially for my wife and I just want to say a big “Thank you” for being so brave and strong, “hats off” for all the nights without much sleep.