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Monitoring Islam-Critics In Norway

LO, the influential
Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions, has intimate – some say organic –
connections to the ruling Labor Party. Together, the two organizations have
arguably made up the country’s most important network of power for generations.
Sections of LO will from 2012 on donate half a million kroner every year to the
Norwegian Centre against Racism to combat right-wing extremism. “To be against
the Multicultural society, as Breivik says, is nothing other than what Hitler
espoused,” says Leif Sande, who represents one of LO’s subgroups.



Kari Helene
Partapuoli, leader of the Centre, which already receives millions in direct
state support annually, says the money will partly be spent on mapping
international networks opposed to multiculturalism. Partapuoli earlier warned
against the dangers of “subconscious” racism, stating that there is a racist in
all of us. She didn’t explain what kind of mental exorcism will be required to
drive out our racist inner demons, however. Shoaib Sultan, the former General
Secretary at the Islamic Council of Norway, currently works for them as an
advisor on how to deal with extremists who oppose the colonization of their
country through mass immigration.



In late 2011
there was a demonstration against racism at Youngstorget in Oslo arranged by
LO. Its powerful national leader, Roar Flåthen, promised that the labor unions
will fight relentlessly against racism and intolerance throughout society and
in the workplace. “We want a Multicultural society. This is enriching,” he told
the crowd. Flåthen is also a politician for the Labor Party and sits on the
board of A-pressen, a large national media company partially controlled by LO
that is the whole or partial owner of dozens of local or regional newspapers.



The leaders of
LO have been known to consult with – or, as critics claim, instruct – the Prime
Minister on how to deal with certain sensitive political matters, especially
when the PM comes from the Labor Party. Although a few critical comments can be
heard about this, by and large this state of affairs is considered acceptable
in Norway.



Post-Breivik,
writer Øyvind Strømmen has been hailed as one of the country’s “leading
experts” on the counterjihad movement, which triggers roars of laughter from
those of us who actually know it well. He has even lectured for the police plus
Minister of Justice Grete Faremo from the Labor Party on how to increase
surveillance on the Internet of alleged extremists who are critical of the
Labor Party’s immigration policies.



Sadly, they
won’t face too much opposition to these policies from other political parties,
either. Erna Solberg, leader of the Conservative Party of Norway, also wants
stronger action to combat “hate.” She has called for coordinated actions in all
segments of society, from the schools to the police, in order to stamp out
“racism and extremism” in any way, shape or form. It is implied here that
“racism” means opposition to mass immigration.



Solberg has for
years encouraged continued or increased mass immigration and praised the
wonderful “diversity” this supposedly brings to the country. Moreover, she has
called for establishing a sharia council so that local Muslims can use Islamic
law in family affairs with state approval, and has warned that Muslims in the
Western world are now being harassed in a manner similar to the way Jews were treated during the rise of
the Nazis in the 1930s. This was said not by a Socialist, but by the leader of
the so-called conservative opposition party in Norway.



Øyvind Strømmen
advocates having more regular police patrols on the Internet to monitor nasty
websites that are critical of Islam or mass immigration. He lectured the
important July 22nd commission on the alleged dangers of Islamophobic
right-wing extremists. In the daily Vårt Land, he warned against giving
dangerous fascist extremists who are critical of Islam, multiculturalism or
mass immigration too much access to the mass media.



The
state-sponsored Centre against Racism in a May 2012 report explicitly defined
“Islamophobia” as one of the main branches of contemporary right-wing
extremism, along with anti-immigration sentiments/xenophobia and neo-Nazism,
claiming that “Most right-wing extremists hate Islam” and attributing this to
fear of the unknown.



In addition to
Øyvind Strømmen, one contributor to this report was the PhD Candidate Anders
Ravik Jupskås. He wrote about “radical right-wing populists” such as the evil
Geert Wilders and his Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, the True Finns in
Finland or the Swiss People’s Party in Switzerland. Another contributor was Kristian
Bjørkelo, a folklorist with an expressed personal interest in political
extremism, cannibalism and the history of the vibrator as a sexual tool. It’s
unclear how that makes him an expert on issues related to Islam, but he’s very
concerned about the counterjihadists and the many alleged dangers they
represent to civilized society.



The Centre
against Racism argues that mentioning the term “dhimmi” is a sign of extremism,
even though this is a perfectly legitimate Arabic word cited in Islamic
religious texts. Apparently, merely citing the very texts Muslims themselves
use is a sign of “Islamophobia” and by extension right-wing extremism. They
also promote the old lie that “jihad” does not mean Holy War, just “struggle,”
and suggest that the very term Holy War does not exist in Islam. The powerful
organization Expo is spreading similar disinformation to Swedish pupils.The term jihad
means exactly what it appears to mean: Holy War to establish Islamic supremacy
and the rule of sharia law, eventually globally. It is true that there are
non-violent aspects to this struggle as well, but that is equally true of all
wars. Warfare since before Sun Tzu and The Art of War in ancient China has
consisted of armed struggle combined with skillful use of propaganda, diplomacy
and disinformation to confuse the enemy. These various aspects of the struggle
complement each other, but propaganda does not replace armed struggle.



Source and more here: http://frontpagemag.com/2012/fjordman/monitoring-islam-critics-in-norway/#idc-cover


Added: Aug-26-2012 Occurred On: Aug-26-2012
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