Bloggfrslur mnaarins, janar 2010

Um erfasynd, skuld og hrein brn

Sustu misserin hefur s umra ori hvrari hr Svj, hverngi tlka eigi etta me erfasyndina og skuld mannsins. Spurningin hefur rast og dag er fari fram endurskoun skrnargufri kirkjunnar. etta er strarinnar ml. Snertir eitt af sakramentum heilagrar kirkju og kenningargrundvll margra presta og gufringa. Kirkjudeildir halda a sr hndum og hafa skipa nefndir sem eiga a vinna bak vi tjldin. Nefndirnar eiga a skrgreina skrnargufrina og spurninguna hvort hr hafi okkur bori af rttum vegi.

g drep n niur nokkrum megingreinum eirra kennimanna sem fari hafa fremst fyrir essari beini um njan kenningargrunn fyrir kristinni skrn.

Fyrst er a greina fr a skrnarritali snsku og dnsku kirkjunnar er a finna leifar hins svokallaa "exorcism" ea "tdrifningar". Kenning mialdakirkjunnar er a brn veri a skra svo fljtt sem aui er, ur en eirra synduga eli kemst samband vi hfingja hins illa, Lsfer. Brn sem ltust ur en au voru skr, hfnuu utan kirkjugars - ea uru "utangarsbrn". handbk snsku kirkjunnar stendur fljtlega eftirupphaf skrnarritalsins: "Gud, befria NN frn mrkrets makt, skriv hans/hennes namn i Livets bok, och bevara honom/henne i ditt ljus, nu och alltid".essi texti hefur einfaldast lti eitt san mildum og orfri "mkst". I danska skrnarritalinu stendur: "N.N. Forsager du Djvelen og alle hans gerninger og alt hans vsen?"

Orin virka kannski okkur dag sem svolti kld og gamaldags. En hva um a, kirkjan er gmul og breytist hgt - en rugglega. En hvers vegna vill flk losna vi essi fornu or r skrnarritalinu? Umran snst um skilning flks hugtakinu "erfasynd". Og ekki bara a, heldur lka hvort kirkjan arf a endurskoa hvort hana hefur bori af veginum aldanna rs. Hr er spurningin hvort Pelagus biskup[354-420] hafi kannski rtt fyrir sr a vi fumst hrein og syndug, en memisbeytingu okkar frjlsa vilja, fllum vi syndinni a br.

etta eru vangaveltur mnar n egar g er a lesa gmlu kirkjufeurna og heimildir um fyrstu r kristni heiminum.

Gaman vri a heyra vibrg hugasamra um mli! :)


Calypso

Mn spurning til stjrnvalda er essi: Hva bj a baki er slensku jinnivar synja um rttinn a skja Breta til saka fyrir a beita okkur hryjuverkalgum? Hver tti vinningurinn a vera af v a EKKI skja til saka? Hva fengum vi fyrir aumktina og undirgefnina? Eitthva hltur a hafa komi stainn?

Ljst er af orum Alain Lipietz a rttarstaa slendinga var og er sterk. v spyr g fyrrnefndra spurninga og hvers vegna slenskri j var ekki unnt a f uppreisn ru?


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Vill Skrekkur fr?

Ljst er a Gylfi fer fr, ar sem hann er svo slginn a hoppa fr byrgarhlutverki snu vi uppbyggingu landsins eftir hruni. Hinir sem eru af heilum hug eiga a sjlfsgu a halda snu starfi fram - enda kaus jin a svo s. Sitjandi stjrn er resultat af kvrun meirihluta atkvisbrra kjsenda og hefur rkisstjrn og Alingi fullt umbo fram.

Rkisstjrnin situr auvita fram, og hleypur ekki fr byrg. Heldur byggir upp landi n me jinni sem kaus hana til eins kjrtmabils.


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Styrkur lrisins

a er rtt hj herra lafi a styrkur lrisfyrirkomulags slenska stjrnkerfisins felist v a leita megi til jaratkvagreislu egar plitskar kvaranir su svo flknar og svo tilfinningalega bundnar a aeins knappur verflokkastuningur liggi a baki. er a kalla eftir synjun ea samykki atkvisbrra egna landsins.  v felst styrkur stjrnvalda;  a geta leita til jarinnar n ess a urfa ganga gegnum einhverskonar niurlag ea skmm.  Stjrnvld halda snu umboi jarinnar, en lgin falla r gildi ea stafestast.
mbl.is Staa forseta og stjrnar breytt
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G grein erlendu blai

Greinin er birt hr: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1241184/How-idiots-London-let-cod-fishers-make-fools-us.html

Should you happen to live in Leicester, and woke up this morning to hear that you, your children and grandchildren were responsible for 35billion of debt, the idea might take some of the fun out of the breakfast cornflakes. It is one thing to get a hefty post-Christmas credit card bill or fall behind with mortgage repayments. But 35billion? I mention Leicester because the city's population of 300,000 is around the same as that of Iceland. The collapse of that tiny country's overblown banking system has left the country with a hangover far more terrifying than that of Britain. Opposition: Hundreds of people gather outside Mr Grimsson's Reykjavik home to protest against the bill The local currency, the krona, has halved in international value. Wages have been cut, jobs lost. The economic future looks black, with credit available only at punitive interest rates. They are good and mad about what has happened. In a country where crime scarcely exists, the cars and houses of 'the Vikings' - the big financial wizards who drove their banks to destruction - have been vandalised. Icelanders now call themselves the 'Iceslaves', in token of the vast debt burden they must labour for decades to pay off. And this week, the country made a gesture of defiance towards the outside world. Its president, Olafur Grimsson, vetoed a parliamentary bill which would have allowed Iceland eventually to repay 3.66billion owed to its British and Dutch government creditors. Tomorrow, Iceland's parliament will arrange the terms of a national referendum on the bill, which it is almost cerby tain to face popular rejection. Most Icelanders do not care that this will threaten their lifesaving loans from the International Monetary Fund. They shrug at the notion of seeing Iceland's bonds being reduced to junk status. They are unmoved by their prospective EU membership being denied, their international status in the doghouse. They simply refuse to accept responsibility for liabilities which will wreck their lifestyles, because of the follies of a few reckless tycoons - and the whole international regulatory system. They claim that the terms demanded by the British and Dutch governments - which have refunded the lost cash of savers in their countries - are extortionate. The Icelanders' threatened strike - which is what their rejection of the bill will amount to - goes to the heart of the ongoing debate around the world about who takes the rap and bears the cost of the financial crisis. Technically, there is no doubt that Iceland's big banks, which went bust and had to be nationalised, are responsible for the money they took in. But some of us have more than a smidgeon of sympathy for the Icelanders' plight. What was the entire international financial system, and the regulators supervising it, thinking of when they allowed a volcanic wasteland that Warren Buffett could buy himself as a Christmas present to masquerade as a global banking centre? British savers, and dozens of local authorities, deposited hundreds of millions of pounds with Icelandic banks because they offered higher interest rates than anybody else. They chose to believe in Santa Claus because Moodys credit agency gave Iceland a top Triple A rating, while the EU and Bank of England nodded wisely and endorsed the place as a safe haven for cash. They were all bonkers, of course. I have been to Iceland several times. The salmon-fishing is wonderful. If you like shaggy ponies, volcanic hot springs, permanent summer daylight and Scandinavian-cuisine, it is a great holiday destination. More... Collapse of Icelandic banks has put town halls' 830m in the red But Reykjavik, the capital, looks a serious city only to those who have never travelled further south than Inverness, and who think the night life of, say, Fort William really hums. We are all so keen on devolution, rights of minorities and national sovereignty that we kid ourselves places like East Timor and Iceland are proper countries with economies and ambassadors abroad - and even, heaven help us, major international banks. In truth, they are mere offshore communities, which can manage their own affairs perfectly satisfactorily as long as they do not try to play out of their league. Defiance: Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson At the height of the recent Icelandic boom, its banks were borrowing in dollars, which rendered them hopelessly exposed when their own currency fell through the floor. The only real assets Iceland possesses are fish, a superannunuated pop singer named Bjork and a nice line in sweaters. This did not stop the world's bankers and regulators from treating-Iceland's other financial institutions as major players, thanks to the overarching delusion that the whole international system was too closely interlocked for any part of it to collapse. Instead, as the wretched Icelanders have now discovered, 300,000 people need to knit an awful lot of sweaters to pay off 35billion. Many people in Britain still do not seem to grasp the fact that we, too, will have to meet the vast bills for our own bankers' failures, as soon as the election is over and we have a responsible government which recognises the horror of our predicament. True, Iceland is incomparably smaller, and its per capita debts much bigger. But the principle is the same. Taxpayers are left to suffer the consequences of the financial crisis, while those who contrived it walk away. I am sometimes accused of hammering in print too hard and often at bankers, who today maintain their obscene levels of personal reward after committing follies for which every citizen of Britain and America will suffer consequences for years. Yet it seems right to keep making the point, as long as the guilty walk free and rich. European and American regulators who indulged Iceland's banks seem more deserving of blame than the Icelandic people, who merely provided the stage set for a huge financial nonsense. Would you trust Leicester City Council with responsibility for overseeing banks dealing in tens of billions? No? It was equally silly to suppose tiny Iceland's incurably provincial government a credible guarantor for such sums. Whatever manoeuvres now take place between Iceland and its creditors, I shall be surprised if the British and Dutch governments get back the cash with interest over 15 years which they are demanding. Legally, the Icelanders have not a leg to stand on. But I save my anger for the idiots in New York, London and other European capitals who allowed the cod fishers to make fools of us as well as themselves


Hi eina rtta!

N hefur forsetinn okkar herra lafur Ragnar reynst jinni s bjargvttur sem hann getur veri skv stjrnarskr lveldisins. Hann hefur gefi jinni rdd og tma til a grunda hva raun felst ICESAVE mlinu og a grunda hver framtin verur fyrir slenska j me ea n ICESAVE. Forsetinn hefur annig veri vkumaur lris slands, gefi rdd jarinnar tkifri a heyrast og gert mig endanlega glaan.

Lifi forseti og fsturjr𠠠 Smile


mbl.is Stafestir ekki Icesave-lg
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Verur bresku handrukkurunum greitt?

Hversu gfurkur er herra lafur Ragnar Grmsson embtti snu sem forseti slands? Hversu ga sn hefur hann getu og thald jarinnar. Hversu lriselskandi er hann? etta eru nokkrar af spurningum eim sem g er a velta fyrir mr nnavi upphaf ns rs.

Ksherra lafur Ragnarrbyrg og srt jarstolt me asetja stafi sna vi t ICESAVE lg? Kshann aleyfa slenskri ja stra fyrir stoltisnu, sna hva henni br og beygja sig ekki fyrirvafasmumskuldaviurkenningum slenskra stjrnvalda fyrri ra. Segir hann einfaldlega"Nei" vi a greia spilaskuldirtrsarvkinga ogorir hann a reka brott handrukkara Breta og Hollendinga, svo einhverjir su nefndir? g vona a.


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