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Still we can see the moon in an everlasting slow dance around our planet. More cloudy weather can make the view difficult for the future generations. This darkend moon was shot right out of my window a few years ago.

This will happen long before the End of 2030. If we wait until 2050 set in the UN protocol the world will burn.

We can’t hope global warming will stop in 2050 based on the agreements in the UN climate panel protocols. We need action now. An 8th day solution starts working from the day it is implemented in our calendar.

We use every day to produce pollution. It is enough now. We need a new weekday to do nothing, the 8th day. Mother Earth has begged us for such a day for decades now. Now we are into the…

Does it really matter where we came from?

The point is that our energy are stucked here on Earth and we can hardly leave, and most of us know that fact.

We need to clean up the mess here before we start using energy on why we are left here on Earth kind of helpless. Once I found a poster in an office kitchen saying: Your mother is not working here. It is the same story…

One year ago we could have stopped the pandemic that still rages around the world, but we could not do it because stupid people and their leaders started thinking about freedom and…

My 'Technology' is the only one that can stop the need for carbon capture and bring our planet back to normal.

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Photo by David von Diemar on Unsplash

My technology is simple, easy to understand and will start working next week, and you don’t even need a calculator to check if it’s working. It is a win-win for everyone, even for the wealthiest.

The reward will be put in a fund to educate politicians on how the influence of lobbyists has driven the world and international agreement onto a track that will ruin our planet.

And I will also organize a tree plant organization — or contribute to an existing one — and plant a tree or maybe one for every wheel on the Teslas you sell unless…

The Seventeen Reminders

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A masking moment. 17 pens in front of you won’t do the job. Maybe hard work will still… Photo: Evan Vucci AP

Look how fast decisions can be taken
And end up in a protocol right on the table
In front of a man protected by more than a mask
Ready for a pen stroke or two to implement

Was it always that easy?
The changes caused by
The words in those protocols
Did not appear today ’cause

When I hear the tons of water Hammering on my window And the forecast say it’s more to come Much more, and I never ever heard before That landslides may occur on a rainy day And even slush slides like refreshing dreams on sunny…

The Dark Side Version.

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The darkest side of a democracy ever. Photo NASA on Unsplash

It happened when most of the world was sleeping. So did I.

I am glad I did not watch any news last night before I went to bed.

An interesting chat kind of hindered me and made me sleep quite well instead.

To be honest I have almost stopped watching the bad news before I go to sleep. And I wasn’t even shocked when I saw the headlines today. A lot of us did warn about such headlines coming, and we all really hoped they wouldn’t occur.

When a man has exposed his mental illness for…

My Celebrating Of The Hottest Year On Earth Was Kind Of Hard To Swallow.

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We don’t need more deserts or behaviour that make them grow. This Photo by Karim MANJRA on Unsplash symbolizes my point of view.

I can’t say 2020 was an ongoing party, and I am quite sure most of you could agree about this résumé. Really I would say it was a catastrophe — not only because of Covid-19 — but mostly because it is so hard for the world leaders to take action against the ongoing global warming. The opportunity the pandemic gave us to start all over again was not taken — thanks to unwilling politicians and their need to protect the greedy superrich and all wannabes.


Another mask moment…

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Photo by Ashkan Forouzani on Unsplash

Club Santa not the Barbara
It’s not this bad anaphora

But you get more for less
Sure! Don’t forget the stress

Those mails come more
And that’s the core

More pressure on the environment
The dreams just at that moment

It’s written in the book
How they got ya on the hook

That trick’s too old
And I’ll beg you hold

Don’t go looking for that gold
I’m quite sure most of it is sold


Just another day to be lonely…

Trying To Do My Best…

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Trying to do my best — © d’Viggo

The Proust Questionnaire Answered by d’Viggo

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Looking at the world feeling a cool breeze after climbing to a mountain top, before you start tuning your instrument and perform the perfect song. Then climb down again watching the smile on the faces of your bandmates — even on the crew who was hired to carry or setup the equipment or dragged the power supply cable — and none of them “claimed to be there people” present unless they were bandmates.

What is your greatest fear?

I don’t like being an innocent part of this war…

Time to start working, again…

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Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash

The smile on the faces

Is because those races

Seems to be over

It’s time to lover

The ambitions and the guard

It ain’t that hard

Realize all that yell

Did ignite the smell

Of teargas and guns

Just because those runs

And all the noise

To make that choice

I hope the winner

Is not another sinner

It’s time to meet

Go dancing in the street

Take a new dance

Respect this new chance

Try now get together

Look for better weather

Unite around a meal

Talk about what’s real

Lying days are over

It’s about the power

In that other task

Remember wear the mask


© d’Viggo 2020

A Tiny Blue Story

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Ever so blue is the sky for you — © d’Viggo

The blues
Is not the news
Everything is wrong
Throughout that song
It is that dope
Which stole our hope

The blues is told
To look outside the road
Sometimes make you proud
New manners will unfold
When looking for your gold
It never gets to old


Thanks for inspiring me to write about this blue mood, Charlotte Zobeir Ali.

A few blue notes will always give a little relief from hardships.

© d’Viggo 2020


You might know me, but you don’t. I got wet in the rain, but now always soaked. I thought a lot. High thoughts and also loud and clear.

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