Trouble in Paradise

Norway is known to many as the world’s happiest country. Several rankings show this, such as the Legatum Prosperity Index and United Nations. I’ve read about this in Norwegian newspapers of course, but also in Huffington Post, Forbes and L.A. Times.

These papers have described Norway as a utopia. I agree that there are many good things abut my country, but it’s not perfect. The fact that we don’t even consider the possibility of trouble in paradise makes it more likely for trouble to become deep-rooted.

I have written a series of posts where I explore what I see as trouble.


Trouble in Paradise 1     About a positive radicalism

Trouble in Paradise 2 About the standard family

Trouble in Paradise 3 State Kidnapping

What do you think, Solveig Horne? Questions to the government




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