Leader: Lazy Frenchmen
Fighting about a retrirement age increase fråm 62 to 64. In Sweden nobody complains about an increase in the retirement age to 67 and soon 68.

Interview with Bari Weiss
The mere existence of Bari Weiss at the New York Times irritated the left-wing journalists at the Times. Soon she was fed up herself and resigned with a famnous resignment letter published. Now she works for Elon Musk.

Dan Ahlmark: The development of free humans
Individualism contra collectivism. Two opposing views in human thought. Dan Ahlmark discusses the road through individualism towards the free human.

Tommy Hansson: The Russian failure in occupying the Swedish island of Gotland in 1808
In 1808 the Russians occupied the Swedish island of Gotland (in the middle of the Baltic, today with some 60,000 inhabitants). The Swedes surrendered when the Russians arrived, but the Russians surrendered when the Swedish army returned to Gotland. During the three weeks long occupation not a single shot was fired.

C G Holm: Did Muhammad suffer from schizofrenia?
Was Muhammad a criminal or did he suffer from schizofrenia? J K Sheindlin discusses the question In a book.

Allan C. Brownfeld: The leaders of the free world
The International Criminal Court in the Hague have sought the extradition of Vladimir Putin for indictment of war crimes.

Britt-Louise Hoberg: Peace brokers instead of weapons
At international conflicts peace brokers might be a solution instead of war. Instead of the fact that peace broking is one of the oldest and most used methods of solving conflicts more weapons are manufatured than ever before. Sweden has had the policy, since the Winter War between Finland and the Soviet Union not to send weapons to parties in a war, but this has been changed and Swedish weapons are now delivered to the Ukraine.