The current Norwegian government is comprised of radical extremist Leftists, and Dennis Mitzner lays it out for all to see. The change of heart by a Syrian former national socialist living in Norway tells how far the radicalized extremist Left in Norway has gone in its anti-Israel demonization by its public officials. The curtain has been drawn back on the Norwegian government and its ugliness, and it needs to amend its ways, fast. KGS
NOTE: Make sure you read Brian of London’s Apologise? Norway, Not-now, Not-ever!
Physician heal thyself.
More tolerance in Norway
Three days after the massacre in Norway, the country’s prime minister, Jens Stoltenberg gave a speech in which he declared that Norway’s response to the attacks would be more freedom, more tolerance and more democracy.
Stoltenberg’s words should resonate with all political parties, but more importantly, they should be remembered and enforced by Stoltenberg’s own governing coalition which includes the Socialist Left party.
Last year Sara Azmeh Rasmussen, a Syrian-Norwegian writer and a secular humanist, accused Norwegian political parties of outright anti-Semitism. Rasmussen claimed that toleration for extremism that emanates from Islamic countries has influenced local attitudes toward the Jews.
Rasmussen was a member of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP), a party that in addition to being nationalist and a supporter of a Greater Syria, is also racist: “I had decided to deal with my past and it has even influenced my choice of studies, and I am ashamed of the fact that it has taken me this long.”
Norwegian finance minister Kristin Halvorsen (L) takes part in a demonstration in front of the House of Parliament in Oslo January 10, 2009, in support of Palestinians in Gaza.
According to Rasmussen the intolerance towards Jews and Israel emanates from the political left. She accused the Socialist Left (SV), led by the infamous Kristin Halvorsen (SV), for facilitating anti-Semitism. In the past, Halvorsen’s party has been at the forefront of anti-Israel activities. She has called for a boycott of Israeli goods and academics. This, according to Rasmussen has helped to create an image of Jews as aggressive and militant people “who just want to crush their opponents.”