Imagine that, a sovereign state wants to act in a sovereign way…..

EU BORDER CHAOS: Norway blasts Brussels as it takes a stand on uncontrolled immigration

NORWEGIAN politicians are taking a stand over migration as they demand the right to keep control of the country’s borders – against controversial Brussels policy.

Norway has had a serious migrant issue for more than 10 years GETTY

Norway has had a serious migrant issue for more than 10 years

The country, which is not in the EU but is in the free movement Schengen Zone, is increasingly concerned with the influx of migrants due to national security.

Justice and Public Security minister Anders Anundsen is lobbying the European Commission to extend the country’s border control scheme which runs out on November 12.

He said: “The reason is the internal security, the number of unregistered persons within the Schengen and the need to maintain a satisfactory control over the Schengen’s external borders.”


Draw your own conclusions……


Skyrocketing number of reported rapes

It was reported 226,000 crimes in this country in the second four months of 2016. That is 9,000 fewer than in the same period last year. Meanwhile the increase in the number of Reviewed abuse- and rape cases.

It’s reviewed 23 percent more sexual offenses in the second interim period this year, compared with the previous year. The increase is partly due to a significant increase in reviews of child sexual abuse.

The last year the increase was 12 percent. Number rape reviews during the same period increased by 22 percent, while reviews of sexual intercourse with children under 16 has increased by 68 percent, according to new figures from the Police Directorate .

Rape figures do not include reviews concerning the rape of children under 14 years.

More here in Norwegian. H/T: Fjordman


Eritrea in almost half-n-half between Christianity and Islam…..

Man charged with raping three Oslo women

Man charged with raping three Oslo women

Police said “several reports” had been filed about the man. Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt / NTB scanpix

Published: 06 Sep 2016 06:10 GMT+02:00

The man, who is registered as living in Vest-Agder county, is accused of having raped three different women whom he met in the capital.
“There is nothing that points to these being attack rapes, but rather as I understand it attacks on women that he met in the city,” the man’s defence lawyer, Arne Gunnar Aas told Nettavisen.
The man denied his guilt in court on Monday. He will be held on remand for four weeks as police investigate the claims. The 38-year-old will be in full isolation for the first week and will not be allowed any visits or written correspondence during his detention.
Police attorney Lene Hammersland said there are “several reports” about the man, whom officers arrested on Friday.
“It led to us investigating him for several rapes and one attempted rape,” she told Nettavisen.

More here H/T: Fjordman


Jonas Gahr Støre is an irrational anti-Israel hater, having been called out as such by the Israeli foreign ministry.

In addition, a book written by two Norwegian doctors who were the only foreigners in Gaza to give interviews during Operation Cast Lead was published recently. The book, which accuses IDF soldiers of deliberately killing women and children, is a bestseller in Norway and has been warmly recommended by none other than Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.

He took to promoting the lies by Norwegian Hamas stooges, Mads Gilbert and Erik Fosse in their anti-Israel screed packed book on Operation Cast Lead, and provided it funding.

And this asinine Hamas-hole-ophile is going to stand in judgement of Donald Trump? He acts as if he hasn’t a history.

Norway Labour leader calls Trump ‘deeply disturbing’

Norway Labour leader calls Trump 'deeply disturbing'

Jonas Gahr Støre said modern politics was divided between those offering hope and those exploiting fear. Photo: Lise Åserud / NTB scanpix

Published: 05 Aug 2016 17:13 GMT+02:00

The man slated to be Norway’s next Prime Minister has joined the chorus of senior European politicians breaking with convention to condemn Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate.

Jonas Gahr Støre, the leader of Norway’s Labour party, said that  Trump’s statements on NATO and Russia were so “deeply disturbing” that it was no longer possible to keep to the convention of not commenting on other countries’ elections.

“It is disturbing for Norway that someone who could become President of the US is putting in doubt the principles and obligations of Nato and opening up for reconsideration the doctrine of ‘one for all, all for one’,” Støre told Norway’s VG newspaper.

Støre joins French President François Hollande, Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in openly speaking out against a Trump presidency.

Hollande went so far as to say that the businessman and reality TV star’s “excesses make you want to retch”, while Steinmeier on Friday called the US Republican presidential candidate a “hate preacher”.

In nearby Sweden, Löfven has complained that Trump’s campaign was based on “fear and division”.

Støre said that Trump’s statements had been so extreme that it was no longer possible to remain silent.

“The usual thing has been to be reluctant to comment on other countries’ elections, but this is an election with an impact far beyond the US,” he said. “There are both attitudes and opinions coming from Trump around politics which I think make it completely unnatural to sit idly still and watch.”

More here.



74 per cent of North Norway ‘against EU’

74 per cent of North Norway 'against EU'

Northern Norwegian ciies like Bodø are keen to remain outside the EU, according to a new poll. File photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen/NTB scanpix

Published: 12 Jul 2016 14:27 GMT+02:00

The poll, conducted by InFact on behalf of national broadcaster NRK and Avisa Nordland, shows that 74 per cent of respondents in northern Norway are against EU membership, while 13 per cent responded that they were unsure.
“I am against the EU. The way it has become, with so much bureaucracy, I don’t think that would be right for us. It’s time to rethink things,” Bodø resident Jan Møller told NRK.
There is a small difference between the individual counties in the northern part of the country, with 13.7 per cent in Nordland/Troms supporting membership compared to 15.9 per cent in Finnmark.
North Norway voted 28.6 per cent for and 71.4 per cent against EU membership in Norway’s 1994 referendum, compared to the nationwide result of 52.2 per cent against and 47.8 per cent for membership.
Norway’s rejection of EU membership but close links to the bloc through its membership in the European Economic Area (EEA) was often cited as a model Britain could follow in the lead up to the recent Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom.
Prime minister Erna Solberg recently stated that the British vote would not have any bearing on Norway’s EEA status.
Kjell Ingebrigtsen of the Norwegian Fisherman’s Association (Norges Fiskarlag) told NRK that he found it reassuring that the resonse to the poll was so convincing.
“We have so many advantages here in the north, particularly with regard to fishing, that we are better able to take advantage of independently,” said Ingebrigtsen.

More here.


Boneheaded move by the Norwegians….

TT Israeli correspondent Chanah S observes: “Either the embassy staff was complicit or it puts its trust in dishonest locals.”

Norwegian diplomatic car ‘used for contraband’ in Israel

Norwegian diplomatic car 'used for contraband' in Israel

Ten kilos of ancient coins and statuettes were found in the car. Photo: Israel Tax Authority

Published: 07 Jun 2016 08:35 GMT+02:00

The Mercedes containing a “top Jordanian diplomat” was inspected with Oslo’s permission at the crossing over the Jordan River between the occupied West Bank and Jordan, a statement from Israel’s tax authority said.

The driver, a Palestinian from Israeli-occupied and annexed east Jerusalem, was arrested and charged with attempting to smuggle antiquities.

He was later released, at the tax authority’s request, after posting bail.

A foreign ministry spokeswoman in Oslo confirmed that a Norwegian diplomatic vehicle had been stopped at the Allenby crossing last Tuesday evening, May 31st.

“We consider it very serious that a Norwegian diplomatic vehicle was being used for contraband,” Kristin Enstad said, adding that an investigation into the incident had begun.

The value of the antiquities seized from the car is not immediately known.

Enstad said Israeli customs had information that led them to search the car.

More here


Big brother will decide what you’ll see……..

Norway city bans scantily-clad ads

Norway city bans scantily-clad ads

Would this photo make the cut? The city’s ban may be hard to put into practice. Photo: Scanpix

Published: 11 May 2016 11:32 GMT+02:00

Muscle-bound men in their underwear and female bikini models have been banned from Trondheim.
Well, from publicly-owned advertising space, anyway.
City officials on Tuesday approved a ban on all advertising that could contribute to negative body image issues.
The ban will apply to all municipal-owned advertising space throughout the city.
“Advertising that is offensive or discriminatory against groups or individuals will not be allowed, nor will advertising that conveys a false image of the model/models’ appearance and contributes to a negative body image,” the text of the new advertising policy reads, according to broadcaster NRK.
“At a minimum, advertisements in which body shapes have been retouched should be marked as such,” it adds.


Ah….even if they promise not to directly use Norwegian aid money, the money sent frees up money elsewhere to fund these jackals.

A source tells me:

Yesterday the Norwegian foreign minister, Brende, met with Abbas in Ramallah. He told Abbas that the payment to the prisoners is unacceptable and should stop. Abbas repeated that it is not Norwegian money that is used to fund this. Brende agreed with this, but said that PA should stop the payments, «for their own good».

– The support program for prisoners is unacceptable

CHALLENGED ABBAS: During a meeting in Ramallah asked Brende Mahmoud Abbas to halt the flow of money to terrorists in Israeli prisons. Photo: Frode Overland Andersen, Norwegian Foreign Ministry

Wednesday 04, May 2016, at. 11:56 Updated: Wednesday 04, May 2016, at. 11:56


Why in the world aren’t they taking these men of fighting age who flood our countries, and train them, make fighting units out of them, and then send them back to fight for their own country?

Oh but wait, the West is too concerned about human rights of these men, and refuse to hold them accountable for heading for the hills.

Norway to send 60 soldiers to train Syrians fighting Isis

Norway to send 60 soldiers to train Syrians fighting Isis

Norwegian troops are already training Kurdish peshmerga fighters in the Iraqi Kurdistan region. Photo: Torbjørn Kjosvold/Forsvaret

Published: 03 May 2016 09:16 GMT+02:00

The soldiers belonging to the Norwegian special forces would conduct the training in Jordan, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said at a press conference in Oslo.
“The brutal acts by IS have cost many civilians their lives and led an even greater number to flee [the country],” Solberg said, employing one of several names used to describe the terrorist group.
The Isis group has also “brought terrorism to Europe and young people are radicalised and recruited in order to have foreign fighters,” she added.

More here.


Round them up, place them in military barracks, then load the planes up with them for destinations closest to home and then say bon voyage.

Also, end all subsidies.

Norway to asylum seekers: We’ll pay you extra to leave

Norway to asylum seekers: We'll pay you extra to leave

Asylum seekers at the Bjørnebekk asylum centre in Ås. Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB scanpix

Published: 25 Apr 2016 08:52 GMT+02:00

UDI will offer an additional 10,000 kroner to the first 500 asylum seekers who apply for a voluntary return to their home countries. Beginning on Monday, the offer will run for six weeks on a first-come, first-served basis.
“We need to entice more to voluntarily travel back by giving them a bit more money on their way out. This will save us a lot of money because it is expensive to have people in the asylum centres,” Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug told broadcaster NRK.
The offer entails giving asylum seekers an additional 10,000 kroner in travel expenses on top of the 20,000 kroner already offered.

More here.


No one hurt…….

Pilot says he’s really really sorry…..

Norwegian F-16 machine-guns control tower by mistake

Norwegian F-16 machine-guns control tower by mistake

Two F-16s on exercise. Photo: Scanpix

A Norwegian fighter jet on a training exercise jet mistakenly machine-gunned a control tower with three officers inside, who survived unhurt, the military said on Sunday.

Two F-16s were taking part in a mock attack on the uninhabited island of Tarva off Norway’s west coast when one of them opened fire with its M61 Vulcan cannon, which is capable of firing up to 100 rounds a second.

More here.


Yeah, tell that to the victims of the Norwegian media when they run afoul of the Norwegian MSM’s carefully protected agenda and narrative.

In this case it was the Norwegian state media smearing blogger Fjordman (Peder Jensen) as a paraplegic Nazi.

Or in the case of Manfred Gerstenfeld who was ”interviewed for 20 seconds” by NRK’s Sidsel Wold who then made up a 3 minute interview out of whole cloth.

Dr.Gerstenfeld at Honest Reporting debunks the myth of Norway’s free media:

For a number of years, Norway has held the number one position on the Press Freedom Index. The perception that Norway has a free press is however largely false. Indeed, Norwegian authorities do not supervise or censure the media. Yet there is a strong anti-Israel slant and self-censorship among the editors of most media. The country shares a border with Russia. However, one often gets the impression that Israel appears in the Norwegian press more than its own powerful neighbor. Norway’s media are obsessed with Israel and many incite against it in various ways.

The aberrations of several leading Norwegian media often go beyond the usual bias of many other Western anti-Israel papers. They will readily report on issues in which they can blame Israel, but the numerous Palestinian crimes are often omitted or greatly under-reported. One usually searches in vain for articles about the Hamas party platform which mentions its intention to commit genocide of Jews. The same goes for the Palestinian Authority’s glorification of murderers of Jewish civilians. Frequent and transparent lies by Palestinian ministers, officials and media, rarely if ever get attention.

The Norwegian media works hand in hand with the government in areas it holds similar views, in other words, there is collusion on a political level. Anyone not in lockstep with that view or narrative risks being smeared, tarred and feathered. Just as Fjordman.

Norway ‘almost flawless’ for press freedom

Norway 'almost flawless' for press freedom

Norwegian journalists work in the third best country for press freedom. Photo: Lise Åserud/NTB Scanpix

The World Press Freedom Index ranked Norway third in the world but warned of a “deep and disturbing” decline in media freedom around the globe.

More here.



If it’s the only way to stop muslim settlers and the jihadis that infiltrate with them, so be it.


Just this past year I drove to Norway via the arm of upper Finnish Lapland, there were empty offices at the border as we drove on past, but I guess that’s no longer the case. But like I said, so be it.

Norway extends border control measures again

Norway extends border control measures again

All arriving ferry traffic will be subject to ID checks through at least May 12. Photo: Tor Erik Schrøder / NTB scanpix

Published: 13 Apr 2016 15:12 GMT+02:00

In a short statement, the government said that passengers on all ferry arrivals from Denmark, Sweden and Germany would be subject to personal checks through May 12th, at which point another determination will be made.
Norway first implemented controls on its inner Schengen borders on November 26th and Justice Minister Anders Anundsen said that they have been successful.
“The control measures have a good preventive effect and that there is no indication that the controls have created significant inconvenience to normal travellers,” he said.

More here.


As they should have……

Norway officials reject Muslim school in Oslo

Norway officials reject Muslim school in Oslo

The minaret of the Islamic Cultural Centre in Oslo’s Grønland district. Photo: Tore Meek / NTB scanpix

Published: 12 Apr 2016 14:48 GMT+02:00

The Muslim organization behind the denied request is now considering an appeal to the Education Ministry
“We have three weeks to decide what to do. We think it is about time that there is a Muslim school in Oslo but the formalities must of course be in place,” Siri Helene Derouiche, the leader of the group behind the application, said.
The Oslo City Council also rejected the school’s application last autumn.
The foundation Den Muslimske Grunnskole wants to establish and operate a private Muslim primary school in Oslo. Its plan calls for some 200 students between first and tenth grades.
The group wants to establish the school in Oslo’s immigrant-heavy Grønland district and said that all teaching would be in Norwegian.



Norway won’t take any more refugees from EU

Norway won't take any more refugees from EU

Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug (centre) was in Denmark on Friday to tour a refugee tent camp with Danish counterpart Inger Støjberg (left). Photo: Andreas Bondevik / Justis- og beredskapsdepartem

Published: 08 Apr 2016 14:47 GMT+02:00

Norway has offered to take 1,500 asylum seekers over two years as part of the EU’s refugee relocation scheme. The first of those EU asylum seekers are expected to arrive within a month, but Listhaug said on Friday that the Norway would not expand its offer.
“We have set a quota for refugees from the EU. Increasing it is not of current interest,” Listhaug told NTB.
Listhaug said she was open to some of the previously-agreed 1,500 asylum seekers coming from Turkey as part of the EU deal, but stressed that the total sum of 750 this year and 750 the next is not up for negotiation.
“Norway is among the countries that has contributed the most to the relocation programme when measured per capita,” she said.

More here.


I won’t dump on the man, but instead juxtapose his story with society in general.

European states are being abused daily by these people, and yet, they feel more responsibility towards them than towards their own citizens. I use the term of Swedicide in depicting the nation-wide psychosis affecting Swedes, it’s also applicable for Norwegians as well.

“A state induced psychosis leading to citizen’s abandonment of reason and self survival instincts.”

NRK (Norwegian state broadcasting) headline reads:

I was raped by a man

I am a heterosexual man who was raped by a Somali asylum seeker. My life fell into a pit, but now I feel guilt for him being sent out of the country.

norwegian politician raped by somali

“Karsten Nordal Hauken participates in NRK’s ​​new documentary “I unto me”, which includes about young people who go to group therapy to help with their psychological problems. Karsten writes here about how it was to be raped by a man: “For me it resulted in years of depression, abuse, loneliness and isolation.” PHOTO: ANDRIS SØNDROL VISDALEN


Norwegian politician, raped by Somali, now begs for THIS

Norwegian politician, raped by Somali, now begs for THIS

Another victim of migrants, this one in Sweden. (Image: Screen grab of video posted at Opixlats Kanal, YouTube)

Leftist Norway politician Karsten Nordal Hauken was brutally sodomized by a Somali and felt so incredibly guilty in the aftermath he subsequently begged authorities not to deport the man.

Hauken has finally come out to tell the public his story of his rape and forgiveness, Norway’s public broadcasting channel NRK reports.

Immediately after the rape first occurred, Hauken was taken to the hospital in Oslo where nurses collected samples for DNA evidence. About six months after the rape, police completed their investigation. They secured the DNA and fingerprint evidence necessary to move the case forward.

In court, the Somali claimed the interaction was consensual, but Norwegian authorities begged to differ. The Somali went to prison for four and a half years.

The story doesn’t end there. Shortly before the sentence was over, Hauken learned the man was about to be deported from Norway and sent back to Somalia.

“I got a strong feeling of guilt and responsibility,” Hauken wrote. “I was the reason he wouldn’t be in Norway, and instead be sent to an unknown future in Somalia. He had already done his time in prison. Would he get punished again, and this time much harder?”

More here.


Blood dripping, like from this barbarian:

asylum seeker with head on finnish tv

Terrorist in Finland1

“We have reason to believe that there are people sitting in Norwegian asylum centres who have blood on their hands,” she said.

Bjørnland added that she is concerned about the general consequences of last year’s large refugee influx.

“It goes without saying that when so many people came in such a short time last year, there was not the capacity to carry out high-quality registration,” she said.

You read that right, saying what we who have been following these issues have been saying all along, islamonazis and others with military/police training have secreted themselves in among those (muslim settlers) flooding into the West. It was highly stupid of our ‘leaders’ to allow their importation, they should have been taken care of in the M.E. region itself.

Norway’s PST wary of asylum centre radicalization

Norway's PST wary of asylum centre radicalization

The head of PST said there are reports of radicalization at the nation’s asylum centres. Photo: Jan Kåre Ness / NTB scanpix

Published: 31 Mar 2016 10:08 GMT+02:00

The Norwegian Police Security Service (Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste – PST) has “scaled up intelligence” in Norway after the Paris terror attack in November and says that it is now closely following all developments in Norwegian asylum centres.

PST head Benedicte Bjørnland told Klassekampen at the agency launched a “national intelligence operation” after the Paris attacks, which includes PST closely watching the more than 26,000 people currently living in Norwegian asylum centres.

“We have some reports that there is radicalization going on at the centres,” Bjørnland said.

The PST boss said that with people coming to Norway from all sides of the Syrian Civil War, it can easily lead to conflicts.

“We have reason to believe that there are people sitting in Norwegian asylum centres who have blood on their hands,” she said.

Bjørnland added that she is concerned about the general consequences of last year’s large refugee influx.

“It goes without saying that when so many people came in such a short time last year, there was not the capacity to carry out high-quality registration,” she said.

According to PST, the large number of unaccompanied minors who sought asylum in Norway are of particular concern.

More here.



It’s not like we haven’t been saying this over the last decade.

Everyone knows that their buffoonish ”humanitarian superpower” mantle is nothing more than a call for state suicide. The Finnish government, though it does some amazingly stupid and counterproductive things, are as eager not to become a Sweden as are the Norwegians. At least, that’s how I look at it.

Norway’s integration minister: ‘We can’t be like Sweden’

Norway's integration minister: 'We can't be like Sweden'

Refugees sleeping outside in Sweden in November last year. Photo: Stig-Åke Jönsson/TT

Published: 31 Mar 2016 07:52 GMT+02:00

Sylvi Listhaug used Sweden as the cautionary tale when speaking about recent terror attacks in Europe, as well as a package of asylum reforms due before the Norwegian parliament shortly.

“Many of those who have carried out terror attacks in Europe are born and raised in France and Belgium. It shows how important it is to succeed with integration and that is again connected to how many come to Norway. Therefore a tight immigration policy is important,” she said.

In the aftermath of the terror attacks in Brussels, there has been a debate in Norway on so-called parallel societies and neighbourhoods where the police don’t dare to patrol. Listhaug acknowledged that the problem exists.

“We have foreign fighters who have left Norway and [we have] radical environments. We should not stick our heads in the sand and say that everything is good here. But fortunately we are a long way from the conditions we see in some other countries, for example Sweden,” she told NTB.

It was revealed earlier this month that a man with suspected links to radical group Isis, who was shot dead in a Brussels raid just days before the terror attack, had previously lived in Sweden.

Sweden has attempted to crack down on foreign fighters, with the security service saying that up to 300 Swedes are believed to have travelled to Syria or Iraq to fight in the past three years. Around 40 are thought to have died in battle and around 125 are understood to remain in the Middle East.

More here.

NOTE: That said, the Nordics are still in very deep water, their full throated subservience to the welfare state/big government means that they are not capable of any meaningful reforms that are necessary in turning the tide. The will never leave the EU outside of the EU member states leaving them first, it’s the same with the UN, Finnish subservience to international organizations as a means to secure their survival.


It says a lot about the age we live in that a woman, a journalist no less, has to state the obvious.

These frauds do learn to scam our system, claim racism and that will put who ever on edge. We can thank the Left for all of this.

“Norwegians are afraid of being labeled as racists,” Andersen says in her article, and then continues: “But that Norwegian women are forced to go on the defensive when foreign foreign men paw on them is provocative.”

Norwegian journalist: Not Racism to tell someone to stop grabbing my breasts

The journalist Elise R. Andersen and the feminist critic Kristin Nesse Thue.

Published March 20, 2016 at 19:01
By Mattias Albinsson

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. It is not racism when a woman tells a man to stop grabbing her breasts, writes 21-year-old Norwegian journalist Elise R. Rønnevig Andersen in an article in the Norwegian Aftenposten.

Andersen writes in the debate article, published yesterday, of a self-perceived event that occurred when she took the bus between Oslo and Kristiansand. An Iraqi asylum seeker came up and asked if he could sit next to her, which she agreed.

At first, the Iraqi was nice and talked about his trip to Norway and how well he was received in Norwegian society. But suddenly he asked her if she had filler in her lips and without waiting for an answer, he took her breasts and pressed his face against her. When she pushed back from him came the accusation that the young Arab learned which is effective in the West, even though he has only been here for a few months:

– Oh my God, are you a racist? he exclaimed.

“Norwegians are afraid of being labeled as racists,” Andersen says in her article, and then continues: “But that Norwegian women are forced to go on the defensive when foreign foreign men paw on them is provocative.”

More here. H/T: Jan Sjunnesson


And people wonder why Islam thinks Europe is right for the picking?

If they keep with their current Muslim importation strategy however, that too will change.


For first time, majority in Norway don’t believe in God

For first time, majority in Norway don’t believe in God

Photo: Marianne Løvland / NTB scanpix

Norwegian atheists now outnumber believers.

A new survey from the annual social-cultural study Norwegian Monitor (Norsk Monitor) shows an historic level of Norwegians who don’t believe in the existence of God, Vårt Land reported.
To the question “Do you believe in God?”, 39 percent responded “no” while 37 percent said “yes”. Another 23 percent of respondents said they did not know.
The survey, which was sent to 4,000 Norwegians by post, marks the first time that non-believers outnumber the religious. Two years ago, the number of believers and non-believers was equal. When the question was first asked in 1985, a full 50 percent said they believed in God while just 20 percent did not.

More here.