Norway

Once peaceful Scandinavian countries now Rape and Anti-semitism capitals of the world

 

The recipe for anti-Semitism and a massive jump in the rape statistics is pretty simple and we all know what it is. To say it out loud, the cause and the effect, however, would result in being accused of hateful speech. We all know where the anti-Semitism comes from as it is a key part of the ideology that promotes it that now thrives in Sweden. We all know which immigrants’ violent and misogynistic behaviour has turned Sweden into a place where Swedish women are afraid to walk the street alone yet we are not allowed to say it.

Despite the political correctness that gags the Swedes and prevents them from discussing the source of the anti-Semitism and violence Sweden inexplicably allows anti-Semitism. Dagens Nyheter a major Swedish newspaper, published a violently anti-Semitic op-ed entitled, “It is allowed to hate the Jews”.

…in which the historian Jan Samuelson said that until Israel ceases to “occupy” the territories, hatred for the Jewish State will be justified. He totally disregards, however, that the Jordanians illegally seized the territories in the aggression they initiated against Israel in the War of 1948; in 1967, Israel, in fact liberated its own land from illegal Jordanian occupation.

It is not just Sweden that allows this hatred to fester Norway does too.

Despite the fact that Jews in Norway are only 0.003 percent of the total population, Oslo is now world’s capital of European anti-Semitism…Norwegian newspapers are full of classic anti-Semitic tropes…

…A festival in Oslo also rejected a documentary, “The Other Dreamers,” about the lives of disabled children, simply because it was Israeli. “We support the academic and cultural boycott of Israel,” wrote Ketil Magnussen, the founder of the festival.

In Scandinavia, hate for Israel has become a real obsession and is driven by the common partnership that is seen worldwide of Liberals and Islamists working together.

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Muslims in Norway call for Minister’s resignation

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What enraged Muslims so much that they demanded the resignation of this Norwegian Minister?

A) She drew Muhammad

B) She said that the hijab should be banned in Norway

C) She said that Muslims are from an inferior and backward culture

D) She said that those who come to Norway need to adapt to its society and abide by its values and laws.

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Boohoo cupcake, suck it up, that’s as good as it gets

What a massive crybaby Anders Breivik has turned out to be.

The tough-guy murderer who attacked a bunch of unarmed pinko kids is upset about his prison cell and accommodations and he’s complained about it…and got told to STFU.

THE man who terrorised Norway during a 2011 shooting rampage demanded better prison conditions. The country’s response was perfect.

Anders Behring Breivik dressed as a police officer and shot and killed 69 people on the tiny island of Utoya in what remains Norway’s worst massacre.

He was jailed for 21 years but despite his heinous crimes claimed he deserved a break. The 37-year-old had very specific wants: a PlayStation 3 console for gaming, some comfortable couches to sit on and a doubling of his weekly prison allowance of roughly $AU65.

In a statement he wrote in October last year, Breivik listed 12 demands and threatened to continue a hunger strike if they weren’t met.

“Other inmates have access to adult games while I only have the right to play less interesting kids games,” he said.   Read more »

As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

Immigration the biggest problem since World War II

Swedish police patrol the subway with automatic weapons

Swedish police patrol the subway with automatic weapons

When  members of the Swedish public asked why police were patrolling the subway with automatic weapons, the police admitted that it was because they are facing the biggest problem that Sweden has faced since World War II  because of immigration.

For some time, police officers have been patrolling the streets of Stockholm carrying automatic assault rifles of the type MP5, from the German company Heckler & Koch.

In a post on Facebook, the police now explains that this action is a consequence of last autumn’s asylum chaos.

“Excuse me, has something happened?

Over the weekend, we have received many questions from you users of public transport, as we are patrolling with automatic weapons.

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Hey Muhammad, rape is wrong, here’s a pamphlet

Refugees from Sudan took part in a class dealing with violence against women, at a refugee center in Lunde, Norway. Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times

Refugees from Sudan took part in a class dealing with violence against women, at a refugee center in Lunde, Norway. Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times

Recently the New York Times ran a story about the need to host classes in Norway and Denmark for Muslim men new to the country. The purpose of the classes? To teach them that rape is wrong and unacceptable in their new country.

A course manual sets out a simple rule that all asylum seekers need to learn and follow: “To force someone into sex is not permitted in Norway, even when you are married to that person.”

In Denmark, lawmakers are pushing to have such sex education included in mandatory language classes for refugees. The German region of Bavaria, the main entry point to Germany for asylum seekers, is already experimenting with such classes at a shelter for teenage migrants in the town of Passau.

Many refugees “come from cultures that are not gender equal and where women are the property of men,”
Mr. Isdal said. “We have to help them adapt to their new culture.”

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Photo Of The Day

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Together at last: Sarah-Cecilie Finkelstein with her Norwegian mother, Tone Vik Nerby

Abducted By My Father

In 1974, Cecilie Finkelstein was just four years old when her father took her on what she thought was an adventure. Cecilie’s mother, Tone Vik Nerby, thought they were just going to the park. But instead, Cecilie and her father, Herbert Finkelstein, were leaving Oslo, Norway, and flying to New York City via London. At first, Herbert told his daughter that her mother was coming, but he later said that her mother had abandoned her.

A 13-year-old girl, sitting at a table eating cereal by herself. She doesn’t understand why or how, but she will learn later that she has been a victim of child abuse, abduction and brainwashing. After a childhood on the run, she is entering adolescence in a fog of confusion and fear, and will soon attempt to drown herself. But, on this morning in 1983, she is having breakfast in peace.

She scans the box of Cheerios, before her attention flicks to the milk carton.

When she turns it round, the sound of crunching stops. She drops her spoon. “I’d seen pictures of missing kids on milk cartons before, and always thought, ‘oh, how sad – they’re probably already dead’,” Sarah-Cecilie Finkelstein says. “But this time the girl in the picture was me. It was completely shocking, just imagine – it was me.”

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Photo Of The Day

Photo Credit Jan Bondeson. A 19th-century image of Julia Pastrana, touring as “the ugliest woman in the world.”

Photo Credit Jan Bondeson.
A 19th-century image of Julia Pastrana, touring as “the ugliest woman in the world.”

A Dignified Ending for an Ugly Story

Julia’s  husband called her a “Bear Woman.”

An 1854 advertisement in The New York Times said she was the “link between mankind and the Orang-utan.” She became known in popular imagination during the mid-19th century as “the ugliest woman in the world.” After she died from complications of childbirth, her body and the body of her baby appeared for decades in “freak” exhibitions throughout Europe.

Julia Pastrana was born in 1834. She arrived, steeped in mystery, and her life was as strange and sad as her birth. She was believed to have been born within a small tribe of Native Americans on the western slopes of Mexico. Not a lot is known about her early childhood, but she first appeared in public, when, in 1854, she was brought out and exhibited at the Gothic Hall on Broadway.

The name she was billed under was a cruel and sad insult to her condition.

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Face of the day

Today’s face of the day has an effect named after her. An effect which is obvious in the below news story about Norway.

An Islamic MP and his party tried to have Christianity removed from the Royal Family and from Norway altogether. His actions had the opposite effect to what he had intended.

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Face of the day

 Erna Solberg

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Erna Solberg  has been leader of the conservative party in Norway since 2004 and became Prime Minister in 2013 making her the second female Prime Minister of Norway.

Solberg has served as a member of the Storting since 1989 and served as Minister of Local Government and Regional Development in Bondevik’s Second Cabinet from 2001 to 2005. In her term as minister, she oversaw the tightening of immigration policy

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Interestingly Solberg was not as tough on immigration as she had been portayed as being back then in the media. She was called ” Jern-Erna ” or Iron Erna when she served as the Minister of local government and regional development 2001-2005 because of her alleged tough policies including a firm stance on asylum policy. However according to wiki the numbers show that her government actually let in thousands more asylum seekers than the subsequent centre-left red-Green government.

Even worse in 2003 She proposed introducing Islamic Sharia councils in Norway after she heard of their existence in the United Kingdom.

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Norway makes one step forward and two steps back

Today I read about how the government of Norway( despite public opposition to their decision) deported 824 Muslims. According to many different reports on the internet this resulted in a 30-31% decrease in violent crime. Reading this made me think that if such an unpopular decision had such measurable and pleasing results that it would enable the Government to make more sensible non politically correct decisions to protect its country.

Unfortunately they are not consistent in their decisions as a man I would consider public enemy number one in Norway was not deported back to Iraq because he risks the death penalty there.

Mullah Krekar (original name: Najmeddine Faraj Ahmad) is a Kurd who moved from Iraq to Norway in 1991

Mullah Krekar (original name: Najmeddine Faraj Ahmad) is a Kurd who moved from Iraq to Norway in 1991

This is a man who has spoken at length about how he and Islam supports murdering anyone who burns a Koran or draws a cartoon of Muhammad. This is a man who in 2012 was sentenced to 5 years in prison for making repeated death threats against Norwegian politicians and kurds if they pursued certain civil actions against him. This is a man who ..

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