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|Residence:||Billund, Southern Denmark, Denmark.|
Social liberalism, federalism (especially Scandinavism)
I support democracy, civil liberties, welfare and soft immigration politics, and I believe that it is the duty of the West to help countries in need and spread out democracy.
I'm a member of the People's Church (Protestantism), and I have also been baptised and confirmed, but in reality, I have no religion. I plan on leaving the church when I grow older.
I support freedom of religion, but I think the world would be a better place without religion.
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I don't only see myself as a Dane, but also as a Scandinavian. I strongly support the idea of a united Scandinavia or Nordic region, encompassing Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and (maybe) Finland. I can very well understand written Norwegian and Swedish, and I speak fluent English and good German, as well as few words and sentences in French and Spanish. I also support a closer, more united European Union, and I like the idea of a "United States of Europe".
- International politics
- The Nordic Countries
- The European Union
- The NATO
- Federalism (especially Scandinavism/Nordism)
- Barack Obama
- Welfare states
- LGBT rights
- Renewable energy
- Fanatic religious people (Islamists, the Bible Belt, etc.)
- Drug cartels
- Conspiracy theorists
- Several political ideologies
- American Conservatism
- Fossil fuels
- American gun laws
My vision of the futureEdit
UNITED STATES: The United States is already starting to lose power, and in the future, they will no longer be the whole world's policeman. As the Middle East runs out of oil, the United States will no longer have its focus on that part of the world. Instead they will turn their focus towards their own continent and the Pacific region. Somehow, the Mexican Drug War will be dealt with, and an American takeover of the country, along with the Caribbean and Central American countries, seems very likely. In the future, the American sphere of influence will consist of Canada, Colombia, the Guyana's, Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Japan, a United Korea, an expanded Republic of China, the Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand.
BRAZIL: While the rest of South America join the new "Pacific World", Brazil will stay out and continue to be the socialist state we know today, but I think that they will take Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay with them and maybe even unite with them. Although they will have some influence on their neighbours in South America, I think that their main focus will be Africa. There are several Portuguese-speaking countries in Africa, most notably Angola and Mozambique, and through these, Brazil will create a sphere of influence that covers large parts of the African continent. However, before reaching all this, Brazil has to deal with its many slums and the deforestation.
EUROPE: Within the next 5 years or so, the financial crisis will end, but many things will have changed by then. The British Isles, the Nordic Countries and many Eastern European countries will withdraw from the European Union, and possibly create their own versions of the organization: one including the British Isles and the Nordic Countries; and one including a bunch of Eastern European Countries with Poland in the lead. The rest of the union, including Germany, France, Spain and Italy, will move closer and unite, but through time, a United Europe will cover the entire continent, with the exception of maybe Russia and Turkey. A United Europe would have a sphere of influence that includes large parts of Africa, especially the French-speaking ones.
RUSSIA: Some think that Russia will rise again, but I think that the country will break apart, never to be united again. The protests against Vladimir Putin will intensify, and the many republics and autonomous regions, including the North Caucasian republics, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Karelia and the regions of Siberia, will seek independence. After the civil war, I think that Belarus and maybe Eastern Ukraine will join a much smaller version of Russia, which after some time could join a United Europe. The new countries that were formerly part of Russia will be absorbed into the Turkish, Japanese and American spheres of influence.
TURKEY & THE MIDDLE EAST: When the Middle East runs out of oil, the Arab societies will collapse, and terrorists will gain lots of influence. Furthermore, the great war that we have been expecting for decades will break out, and the many troubles of the Middle East will be dealt with once and for all. As this happens, Turkey will intervene in order to reestablish peace and stability, and the country will possibly annex large parts of the region. Along with this, Turkey will strenghten its relationship with the other Turkic nations, and as Russia and China are engulfed in civil war, the Turkish sphere of influence will expand even further. In the end, the dream of a Pan-Turkic state will be a reality and Turkey will become a superpower.
CHINA: China is growing and growing and soon, their economic level will surpass that of the United States. However, I don't think that China will become a superpower, because there are to many problems that have to be dealt with, some of these being the many separatist movements and the dispute with Taiwan. China will, like Russia, be thrown into civil war, and all those regions that want independence (Tibet, Uyghuristan, Inner Mongolia, etc.) will get it and be absorbed into Turkish, Japanese and Indian spheres of influence. It's also possible that Taiwan will expand into the mainland and become a more fair opponent to China, but the communist government will probably stay in charge of a large part of the country.
JAPAN: As Russia and China are thrown into civil war, Japan will be the new East Asian hope and rise as a superpower. Regions that were formerly part of Russia and China, such as the Russian Far East, Manchuria and Inner Mongolia, will be absorbed into the Japanese sphere of influence, which will be part of the new "Pacific World". North and South Korea will go to war and the Korean Peninsula will finally be reunited, once again under the wings of Japan.
INDIA: The Chinese Civil War will give room for India to grow, both in terms of area and of power. Indian forces will most likely assist Tibet in its fight for independence, and the new country will be included in the Indian sphere of influence together with the considerably smaller countries of the Indian subcontinent. As Afghanistan is once again overtaken by the Taliban and the stability in Southern Asia is greatly threatened, it will be India's turn to deal with the region that both the Soviet Union and the United States have been trying to handle. But this time, I think it will be successful, and both Pakistan and Afghanistan are likely to become part of the Indosphere.
SOUTHEAST ASIA: As the United States turns its focus towards the Pacific, Southeast Asia will be dominated by American allies. There is a possibility that Indonesia and Malaysia will merge to form some sort of Malay Union, while the countries on the Indochinese Peninsula will form their own federation. Both of these countries will be part of the "Pacific World" together with a united Oceania.
My favourite scenarios:Edit
A New Era 1.0/ANE 1.0
- Downfall of Europe/DE
- A New Middle East/ANME
- A New Africa/ANA
- Status: CANCELLED, replaced by version 2.0
A New Era 2.0/ANE 2.0
- Status: BEING WORKED ON
- Note: This scenario is open to contributions, but not adoption.
- Status: OPEN TO CONTRIBUTIONS
- Status: FINISHED
- Status: BEING WORKED ON
- Note: Version 4.0 coming soon...
- Status: WILL BE REDONE
- Note: This scenario focuses on only one country.
- Status: STALLED
- Note: This is a theory.
- Status: FINISHED
Tom Clancy's EndWar/TCEW
- Note: This scenario is based on a video game by the same name.
- Status: STALLED