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When Steinar Lem shouts wolf

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Steinar Lem has recently published the book "The Little Life". The book has attracted attention, not least because the formerly active no-man and nature conservationist now admits that he has turned, albeit "with a heavy heart", but still. I would like to comment on his reasons for going from no to yes in the EU case.

The ideals of: 1) solidarity, 2) government and 3) environmental concerns, I share with Lem. But how he has come to the conclusion that these ideals are better safeguarded in the EU than in our own country, that is a mystery to me!

First point 1, solidarity. I do not know what Lem means by solidarity, but as I see it, Norway has for a long time and under changing governments, provided far higher aid to poor countries than what the EU has allocated, in relation to population. . .

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