This week, James Delingpole and Toby Young provide another across-the-pond perspective on the James’ continuing convalescence, the American primaries, whether or not a female President help stoke the moderation of Islamic culture, anti-Semitism on the left in Britain, and more on the looming Brexit.

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  1. Al Sparks Thatcher
    Al Sparks

    Regarding Toby Young’s comments on the first two seasons of the Swedish / Danish TV series The Bridge (which American viewers can catch on, or at least they could) I disagree on his assessment of the male detective Martin Rohde as a male schlub who was feminized.

    I agree with Toby’s assessment of female detective Saga Norén as a mannish female.  But while Martin Rohde is a bit servile towards his wife he did cheat on her and was trying to save his marriage.

    If anything, I found The Bridge to be a comment on how Swedes look down on the Danes.  Martin Rohde is shown to be corrupted, while Saga Norén is the one who does the right thing, though she has to betray Martin to do it.

    By the way, I do recommend watching it.  I just found out there’s a third season.  Hopefully I can access it here in the States.

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