Pupil mother carried out school criticism:

Tuesday 22 May 2018

Was asked by school director Søgnen to quit myth spread

As a student mother, Gunhild Nohre-Walldén was invited by the City of Oslo to attend a seminar. After the critical post, Education Director Astrid Søgnen told her to stop spreading myths about Oslo School.

Nohre-Walldén reads his experience of the meeting with Oslo City’s influential education director in a chronicle of VG Tuesday.

She does the same day as the Oslo Municipality invites an open hearing on freedom of speech in Oslo School – after, among other things, associate professor Simon Malkenes and the Teaching Federation for Education have long criticized the lack of freedom of expression in the country’s largest school municipality.

Director Astrid Søgnen also spoke to me. She said with strict voice and forefinger that I had to stop spreading anecdotes and myths about the Oslo school. This was not an encouragement to me to continue my school engagement. I experienced the conversation as quite unpleasant, writes Gunhild Nohre-Walldén in his chronicle.

I have been thinking a lot about this conversation in the three years since the seminar. I do not think this is a decent way to meet a worried mom. I think you should be aware that the balance of power is not equal. Just that is an important perspective when discussing the ambient climate and openness in Oslo school, she says to VG.

Over 170 illegal campsites in Oslo last year

Sunday, May, 20 2018

Over 170 illegal campsites were registered in Oslo last year.The municipality is now patrolling to prevent unauthorised persons from entering the homeless’ places.

“The biggest challenge is the affect it has on nature,” said Helene Berger, acting department director for urban spaces and green spaces in the City Environment, to Aftenposten newspaper.

Last year, according to the newspaper, more than 90 campers were registered in woodland, and 80 in construction zones.In addition, more than 200 ‘overnights’ were reported in the woods.Berger showed that the sleeping places are often left with food packets and other waste littered around.

On questions from Aftenposten about the challenges associated with homeless people, Berger said that they are there all the time.

“Now we have operating patrols out every day to observe and clean.

There are guards in the city center, and in the Frogner Park. Our task is to treat the symptoms,” Berger told the newspaper.

She says the measures work, and that the City Environment had almost not needed the police in 2017, but it is often difficult to communicate with the homeless people.

‘’Many can not read and write. They do not want contact with public authorities. Then it’s important that the agencies and organizations that are in contact with them talk together.’’

UN Torture Committee: Too much isolation in Norwegian prisons

Friday, May 18, 2018

The UN Torture Committee criticizes the high use of isolation in Norwegian prisons, especially when it comes to mentally ill prisoners.

On Friday the 18th of May, the Torture Committee presented its report on how Norway complies with the UN Torture Convention.

The committee is particularly concerned about the extensive use of insulation, both in terms of detained prisoners and inmates. The use has increased, and there is also no limit to how long a prisoner can be kept isolated. It is critical, according to the committee in the report.

A very high proportion of prisoners have mental health problems and do not get proper health care, according to the report. The high suicide rate among custodial prisoners also raises turmoil.

According to the UN, it is especially people who are deprived of liberty, who are at risk of being exposed to inhuman or degrading treatment. This applies in particular to people in police arrest, prison and custody, and patients under compulsive mental health care.

New downturn for Jonas Gahr Støre and Labor Party

Friday, May 18, 2018

New Statistical survey for the Labor Party gives them the worst measurement ever.

Four out of ten voters have left the Labor Party since the previous election, according to a new survey that gives the bourgeois a barely majority.

In the survey, conducted by Opinion on behalf of the Newspaper News Agency (ANB), Ap receives a support of 22.8 percent. This is a decline of 1.2 percentage points compared to the previous measurement.

“This is a bad score for the Labor Party. We lose voters to the left, but most to the couch, “says Kjersti Stenseng, Secretary General of the Party, to ANB.

Religion damages society, the chronicle of atheist Håvard Pedersen

Why should we tolerate women’s oppression, discrimination and alternative facts as long as it is disguised as religion?

The leader of the Christian People’s Party, Knut Arild Hareide, is concerned. He is worried about the newly expanded government’s value creation, and calls the new government platform for “extreme secular”. Contrary to Hareide, I think religion has no place in politics, or society in general.

“If you think I’m going to burn in hell, I think you should be opposed.”

At the beginning of the 2000s a movement called nyateism occurred. The movement is based on an idea that religion should not be tolerated, but instead, it is combated and criticized with rational arguments. Not through attacks on religious people, but on religion itself and the content of it. The term is often used as a clue of atheists who are perceived as excessive missionaries, or too offensive to the beliefs of others. It is also what separates them from other atheists.

I even identify myself as a newcomer. I sincerely mean that religion as a concept is harmful to society. Here you will hear why:

Most religions proclaim that unbelief should be sent to hell on the day of judgment. With such an active condemnation, I have difficulty seeing how to claim self-exempt from condemnation. If you think I’m going to burn in hell, I think you should be opposed. Your children get what you think about me and my children get what you think about me. Such attitudes are not healthy.

“I sincerely mean that religion as a concept is harmful to society.”

People’s need for group affiliation is not a mechanism to shake off. This is what forms nations, holds soccer teams all over the world, gives us identity policies and keeps the technology war between iPhone and Android trailers. Religion plays the same strings to give the feeling that those who belong to religion are the ones chosen, while the rest are outsiders. This is a direct obstacle to humanity being able to work effectively together. For how can you feel fellowship with others when your god tells you that they are less worthwhile?

Most people understand that a constructed and thousands of years old model of the world will be contradicted by science. It is not natural for religions. When they encounter resistance, they respond in the same way every time – with fighting.

“How can you feel fellowship with others when your God tells you that they are less worthwhile?”

One thing is how many scientists who have been hunted, imprisoned and in many cases killed because of their allegations. But how many potential scientists has the world missed because one has learned not to question God’s will? How many hundred years has science been held back in total? I am pretty sure that today there is still a large proportion of people who grow up in the belief that quantum mechanics, evolution and even elementary astronomy are trivial or just theories.

This component should strictly not require a thorough explanation. Still, books that say that all you need to do after raping a girl is considered to pay her father a handful of silver coins for saints.

“There is hardly a religion that does not say that women and men have different values.”

In humanity, the very essence is that every human being is responsible for his own actions. Religion teaches us the opposite: God has predetermined all that happens, evil actions are due in many cases to evil demons, and forgiveness is a matter between you and your god. Studies have been conducted showing that atheists are underrepresented in prisons. Think about the next time someone denies religious morality as high-value – there are more religious than non-religious in jail. .

Ethics and morals are in human nature. Therefore morality is largely common to all cultures of the world, even those who do not have religion as a common denominator. But basing their world’s understanding of fables obviously does something about your innate compass, compared to atheists.

Yes, it is a memento going on in most religions and you literally interpret fewer and fewer religious writings. But what does people do to read these evil attitudes in their holy books, even if they do not live by them? Is not it like saying that you think Jewish jokes are okay to push as long as you do not really stand for the message?

It affects us to have this inheritance in our society. That’s why I’m a New Yorkian. Because I want humanity to get the best possible conditions, and I’m pretty sure it does not have religion as a significant factor.

Outer left and Islam united – in Shoaib Sultan

Outer-Left Representative Shoaib Sultan writes inaccuracies on the state-sponsored blog of the (Anti) racist center. “Desired error from the outside right,” is the headline. It is HRS, and especially the online newspaper Resett, which will be reviewed. “Is it not possible that the country’s (England) laws should apply to right-wing activists just like everyone else?” Asks Sultan in the blog post.

Shoaib Sultan was former Secretary General of Islamic Council Norway. Now he has given his full support to the left side.

Sultan: “The rules for protecting the integrity of legal process must be considered as part of British legal culture, and it is strange to see such a small understanding of these in everyone who supposedly should be so keen on British and European culture.” Why is this opportunity used? , Sultan?

Answer: In order to protect followers of Islam, since it had been rioting about the truth, if it was lubricated daily. The up to 30 “monsters”, the vast majority of those with Muslim affection, who rage in bestial terms, often many to little children, and for their own perverse pleasure, since the Prophet (peace be upon his name) does not condemn abuse of unbelief . Yes, read the Qur’an, Sultan. Or strongly encourage shortening it to spiritual content.

Ok, Sultan. Here you are a little like the Norwegian truth site Faktisk.no. (Is there still a group rape if there were only 5 who raped you and not 20?) To get the most important first: There have been group rapes where the perpetrators are Muslims in Norway. Did you not know? Do not you read HRS? And let us, for the sake of discussion, assume that what has happened has not happened. Had the slight slip (which is not a miss) had a lot to say when it took place in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden?

Yes, I’m a good neighbor

Holidays. Of course, we will take into account each other on rest days when it comes to noisy work, but we can not let one single religion dictate the lives of all who do not follow it.

Leader in Bærum Velforbund, Erik Sennesvik, gives a message in Budstikka on Tuesday 29 May that we should pay attention to each other during this season and refrain from noisy work such as lawn mowing and similar work I do not have a lawnmower, so I must be the perfect neighbor.

I agree with Erik that we must take into account each other. I appreciate peace and quiet when I have a day off and are at home. Erik has a good and well-informed message in his post, but I want to offer a different perspective on holidays and the law of holiday peace.In terms of noise on holidays or holidays, I think we must be willing to give and take, be flexible and find good solutions.

Someone may need to do work that can be noisy and want to do this on their day off as they have the most time and opportunity to do it, but then it is Christianity that can make this difficult. There are robotic lawn mowers that do not make noise and this can be a good solution. As long as you do not do noisy work early in the day or late at night, it must be allowed. Of course, we should not disturb worship services with noise at their property, but work is done well, so it must be legal.

The problem with the law of holidays and public holidays is, however, that its origin is based on religion, here Christianity, and that it dictates the lives of all who do not follow it. I think we should abolish the concept of public holidays and holiday peace and that they are replaced by another solution that is better suited to our time and our population.

Norway does not only consist of Christians, but also consists of many humanists and atheists. You can only imagine the ramshack that could occur if Norway were to have public Islamic holidays, then one would soon see the value of the public’s religious neutrality.

We should abolish public holidays in Norway, and I press public because the public should not favor a single religion no matter how it has previously characterized Norway’s culture, history and traditions. Christianity is not a Norwegian religion, it is from the Middle East, and it should not dictate the lives of all of us who do not follow it.

I appreciate holidays, but I do not want Christianity to decide when I’m free or what I can not do on my day off. Christianity should not dictate business hours. Each business should be able to manage its operations regardless of religion and use the solutions that best suit them and their employees.

I propose not to reduce the number of days off, but some suggestions out there are replacing the holidays with an extra holiday week or a public holiday on the day of liberation on May 8th. We may still like to have free on Saturdays and Sundays, but then we call it rather rest days and change the name of the law to rest day.

Luckily, we do not have the same punishment for violating the day of rest as in the Bible. According to Leviticus 31:14, God demands death penalty for those who work on the day of rest and that they are to be cut off by their people. Looking at Leviticus 15: 32-36, God demands that a man gathering wood on the day of rest shall be laid to death.

We are in Sweden only to spread Islam

Swedish Muslim leader: “We are in Sweden only to spread Islam”

On May 3rd, a Muslim leader named Dominic Driman held a lecture for young Muslims in Klippan, Sweden. The lecture was filmed and the message could not have been more clear: Muslims in Sweden have a mission and it is to make Sweden Muslim.

According to Driman, the spread of Islam is the only reason why human beings exist. The call for the young Muslims in Klippan was ready. They have to organize themselves so that they can first make Klippan Muslim, so the rest of Sweden.

Driman encourages young people to organize themselves, and they simply need to be circumvented with other “rioters”. Driman is himself a convert.

– Then surround yourself with people who cultivate him and spread his religion. Work together and organize. Everybody should have a task, everyone should have a function. It must not take 20 years before Sweden is a Muslim country. I’m not kidding, Sweden will be a Muslim country, “he says.

Driman tells the young people that the Muslims once had the largest empire on earth, which stretches from today’s China to today’s Spain.

The young Muslims in Klippan receive contributions from the municipality, and so are other places in Sweden. Lectures and sermons where it is encouraged to Islamize the country is financed by taxpayers.

Did Mohammed write the Quran

It is factual mistake that Mohammed wrote the Quran. Shortly after Muhammad’s death, the Quran was gathered by his companions who wrote down and memorized parts of it. These notes had differences that motivated Kalif Uthman ibn Affan to establish a standard version now known as Uthman’s codex, which is generally regarded as the original of the Qur’an known today. This is known knowledge among Islamic scholars and professors at various universities.

Muslim scholars believe that Muhammad was the illiterate, as mentioned in the Qur’an itself: “Those who follow the Messenger, the Prophet, who can neither read nor write, as they will find described in the Torah and the Gospel (as is) with them …… “Quran 7: 157.

Some researchers, such as John Wansbrough, Michael Cook and Patricia Crone, have not been willing to award the entire Quran to Muhammad (or Uthman) and claim that “there is no evidence of the existence of the Quran in any form before the last decade of it 7th century. ”

What is at least correct is that the Quran was not recorded by Muhammad.

Islam and women

Seen in our democratic and inclusive society, it will look like this for us.

Aside from Islam, which was created in the 700’s, it is quite natural and look at the woman as an asset.
Because when you own something, you can decide on it and how this should be done to others.
If ownership had not come in, you did not have the same right of destination …. Or what?

Islam suppresses everything that has nothing to do with its faithfulness.
But it is entirely natural for a patriarchal management system to do something like that.
First ayatollaer imams then the man and his children, the woman finally saw.

The woman is a necessary part of the family’s increase, and she enjoys respect when she is in the right age and is pregnant. Therefore, she has many children because she is measured by productivity. If she gets many girls and no boys, she is unsuccessful as a product.

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