Thursday, March 31, 2011

NORWAY: Abusive and violent Muslim immigrants make native Norwegians feel like foreigners in their own country. Are we listening?

Verne Strickland Blogmaster
March 31, 2011

I visited Norway in 1972 on a film mission. I was there to shoot a television special for the NC Oil Jobbers Association about oil exploration in the North Sea. While many indelible memories were gained during our time there, the first impression was one that stuck with me. After flying from Oslo in a two-engine prop plane over pristine fjords and sparkling seascapes, our party landed at Stavanger, Norway, a small, idyllic seaport which housed many professional oil rig workers.

We were met by a grizzled and bearded American expatriate who had married a Norwegian lady, and melted contentedly into the native population. Here is what he said: "Enjoy your stay here. I know you will. These are wonderful people."

It was almost a gentle warning-- Be kind. Don't offend. They will respond in the same way. It was true. So it breaks my heart to read what Islamic intruders are doing now to this lovely, peaceable people. This article is a warning too. We have our guard down in America. In North Carolina. It could be happening here.

Posted: March 24, 2011 |
Author: barenakedislam |
Filed under: Islamization of the West |

“It’s hard to be a Norwegian in Norway.” The Norwegians, as the Swedes and other EU member states, have been embarking on a ‘hara kiri’ self-inflicted cultural-ethnic suicide of their own country.

Ethnic Norwegians are actually documenting their own cultural genocide. One of the first things the Fascist, Nazist ideology of Islam and its followers does to control their environment when they take the lead, piece by piece, is to segregate themselves from other belief systems.

This is done by spreading hate and mistrust against people with other belief systems by humiliating and discriminating against them for not being Muslims. The key words here are “incitement to riot.” “deceiving by illusion” and “lying to key non-islam believers.” To Islam all non Islamic believers are enemies.

Aftonposten via Tundra Tabloids -(H/T Susan K)

“I will not let my children grow up here. That I do not take a chance on.”

He has made up his mind. After having lived in Groruddalen Oslo his whole life, recent years’ developments have scared Patrick Aserud away. In the summer he will be moving with his wife and kindergarten-age daughter away from Furuseth and out of town. He moves from a local community he believes is about to crack under the weight of failed integration.

- It’s been hard to be ethnic Norwegian in Groruddalen. It’s about massive language problems, as well as a pressure to adapt to the norms that feels totally alien to us who have a Western way of life and thinking.

- There are nursery schools where almost no children or parents are speaking Norwegian, and schools where children are being threatened with a beating for bring a packed lunch of salami.

- Girls are bullied for being blonde, and need dark hair and colors to fit in. It is not okay to be gay at school, not an atheist and certainly not a Jew. Especially the last three years have been frightening to see and hear about what’s happening, “said ├ůserud.

A majority of parents need an interpreter.

He has resigned from his job in the kindergarten. It is not least during 15 years as a teacher in schools and kindergarten he has noticed an increasingly skewed porportion (imbalance) between ethnic Norwegians and minorities.

- We needed interpreters for 10 out of 18 parent-teacher meetings. How then can we possibly create a good environment and make sure there is good cooperation between schools and homes, Aserud asks rhetorically.

He feels that it is he and his family who must be integrated as a minority in their own country.

- I have been positive and optimistic in the past. But there is a limit when it gets a majority who do not speak Norwegian well. We are many who feel this strongly, regardless of skin color. An Indian family I know are expected to live as Muslims because they are brown in the skin.

- Many people will probably think that you are insensitive and out of step with the new Norway? There are very many who are sensitive. People move here because of the positive experiences they have had, “├ůserud.

Figures from Statistics Norway support the claim. There are now 3000 fewer ethnic Norwegians Groruddalen than just two years ago. Depopulation occurs faster than before, but over time the figures speak clearly: Groruddalen has lost 20,000 ethnic Norwegians in the last 15 years, despite population growth. Ethnic Norwegian-share has dropped from 82 to 56 percent in 15 years.

Article Submitted by Frank Fazzino
Wilmington, NC