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LAST MONTH activists from the Nordic Resistance Movement in Norway carried out a series of campaigns against the so-called Pride festival (Skeive Sørlandsdager, a homosexual-themed event) in the city of Kristiansand, southern Norway. The campaign began overnight on Thursday, August 25 with…
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Disgusting display of treason and unreason by a man who has now forfeited his title, power, and all he possesses. KING HARALD the fifth of Norway gave a speech on Thursday 1st of September 2016, in which he claimed that there isn’t really a Norwegian nationality. Speaking at the garden party hosted in…
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by Michael Walsh NEVER UNDERESTIMATE the power of propaganda or consider yourself immune to it. Propaganda is persistent, powerful, and pervasive. The courage and integrity of Norwegian statesman Vidkun Quisling (1887-1945) sets him apart from all but a very few great men. Yet our enemies have twisted…
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by John I. Johnson NORWEGIAN MUSICIAN and writer Varg Vikernes has posted a couple of videos to YouTube stating his views about Norwegian prisons, and in particular how the subject relates to Anders Breivik. Breivik recently sued the Norwegian prison system for violating his human rights, and…
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by Andrew Hamilton WHEN GERMANY conquered and occupied much of Europe during World War II, local women sometimes gave birth to half-German children. Due to the intense hatred generated against Germany by Allied governments and the mass media, such women and children often became targets of animosity,…
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by Peter Frost What is the meaning of “Black Metal” and its brief, violent outburst against conformity in Norway? BLACK METAL is a musical subgenre that grew out of death metal and, more broadly, heavy metal. In general, it pushes certain aspects of this genre to even farther extremes:…
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THE ARTICLE BELOW is about the apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence in Grønland, a district of the city of Oslo. Grønland is only two subway stops from the Parliament, and one from the Central Station, fairly close to the government offices that were bombed by Breivik. It looks like Karachi,…
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“THE NORWEGIAN people have very little experience dealing with minorities” So we have a BIG “job to do” in bringing minorities to them, according to Ervin Kohn (pictured). (Twitter). Kohn is the President of The Jewish Community in Oslo and the Deputy Director at the Norwegian…
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