Mari (32): – They would observe me and my boyfriend at night

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Mari Storstein (32) works as a documentary director.

She has a job, a girlfriend to come home to and a family she loves. A small detail separates Mari from the rest of the population. She sits in a wheelchair.

But this little difference has led Mari to create many challenges.

Mari suffers from spinal muscle atrophy and has had help from the public as long as she can remember.

At the age of 18, she was granted user-assisted personal assistance (BPA) for the first time. A scheme that allows Mari to organize and manage her assistants, something she is very pleased with.

Fight for help

When Mari was 26, she moved to Lillehammer to take further education. She began documentary film registry, and after completing studies, she decided to move home to St. Hanshaugen in Oslo, the district she has grown up in and is familiar with. But the welcome home was not quite the way she had hoped.

For almost a year, she had to fight to get back the help she’s totally dependent on. Mari needs assistance around the clock, and the district wanted to reduce her hourly rate at night. They wanted to check if the need was the same, something Mari’s eyes are strange as she has had the same need throughout her life.

This is BPA

BPA stands for user-controlled personal assistance.
The arrangement entails that the user himself is to be the workforce for his personal assistants and decide what the person needs help with and when it is to be given.
The municipality pays the assistants.
In 2015, the right to BPA was statutory. The legislation states that the municipalities must ensure “necessary health and care services”.

Sources: Norwegian Handicap Association, Ministry of Health and Care.

But that was the way they wanted to control the need for Mari to rage.

– They would come home to me and observe me and my girlfriend repeatedly over a period of two weeks. They wanted to see how much help I needed, says Mari to TV 2.

The argument for the district was that Mari had now a boyfriend. The district meant, according to Mari, that he would be a security. But Mari will not be dependent on her boyfriend.

She explains that she felt at a pressure and that the district threatened to remove her hours if she denied the visit.

She decided to fight the district. The 32-year-old was in a number of meetings and was able to document the assistant’s need with medical certificate and documentation from Ullevål Hospital, Physical Therapist and Employer. And not least – find out how she experiences her everyday life.

– It should count high. Who knows his life better than himself? An observation for a day or a week will not give a complete picture of my life and my need. No days are the same, she says.

Felt offended

Mari felt disturbed and violated by the request for the bedroom visit.

“I do not know if anyone else would have accepted it. It seems like we who are in a wheelchair will require less and expect less than others. That we have a lower value. It is not desired and expected in 2018, she says.

Helleland supports mobile phone-free schools

Wednesday 5 september 2018

‘’Some Norwegian schools have introduced a mobile phone ban.I want to raise a ban as a national matter,” said Linda Hofstad Helleland of Høyre (H), Minister for Children and Equality,to Adresseavisen newspaper on Monday.

Hoeggen Youth School was the first school in Trondheim with a mobile-free zone two and a half years ago.The school has since reported positive experiences among students with more movement and socialising. Bleker High School in Asker has, in turn, introduced a mandatory locking of mobile phones in lockable bags.

In Norway, it is up to the individual school how the mobile is used, but Helleland wishes to raise a mobile ban as a national case.

“I am concerned that all young people should have the opportunity to attend the school during the day and have the least disturbances. Experiencing a few hours a day that is mobile-free is very important. In a few years we will see the effect of mobile usage that is happening now, and I’m afraid of what we , may see,’’ she said.

Helleland is concerned about the impact social media can have on young people.

“We are seeing an extreme pressure on how to expose oneself and to what they are exposed.Before it was the teacher or neighbour who was the role model, now there are Kardashians and the bloggers. It’s very important that the schools talk about this,’’ she said, and emphasised that a national ban is not dealt with in government.

Mahad Mahamud back in Norway

Wednesday 5 september 2018

Mahad Mahamud is back in Norway after being transported from Iceland.


He was refused Norwegian citizenship last year, but has appealed.

According to TV 2,Mahamud was met by the Police Immigration Unit (PU) when he arrived at Gardermoen on Monday, but was released after two hours of interrogation at the airport.

‘’It’s great to come home again.I will fight in the court of law to win back my passport and my identity,” said Mahamud to TV 2.

He chose to leave Norway in October last year, when UNE refused to grant
him citizenship as Mahamud’s lawyer,Arild Humlen, demanded. He has since obtained new evidence in the matter.

The plan for Mahamud was to travel to Canada, but he became stranded in
Iceland,seeking asylum there instead. He recently had his application rejected and was thus sent to Norway.

The appeal case concerning the citizenship begins in Borgarting Court of Appeal on 15 October and is scheduled to last one week.

Mahad Mahamud came to Norway as a 14-year-old in 2000, and received Norwegian citizenship in 2008.He went to court against the state when the citizenship was revoked last year when the Immigration Directorate received information in March that it is likely that Mahamud is from Djibouti and not from Somalia, as he claims. With the recall of citizenship, he also had to finish his job as a bio engineer at Ullevål Hospital.

My comment on this :

He has a sweet setup in Somalia where he come from he says. So we send this liar to Somalia no matter what. Somalia must do something, not we!

The Norwegian food group Norgesgruppen hoped in the first half of the year

Thursday 30th of August

Phase after the first six months of the year shows that the grocery giant accounted for NOK 42.7 billion.

Norgesgruppen increased turnover by 2.4 per cent in the first half of the year. Total revenues totaled NOK 42.7 billion, up from NOK 41.7 billion last year.

Operating income also improved by NOK 1.62 billion, compared to NOK 1.39 billion in the same period last year.

It shows the company’s fresh half-yearly report, which was announced Wednesday afternoon.

The company reports that the operating margin (EBIT) is 3.8 per cent in the first half, compared to 3.3 per cent at the same time last year.

Operating profit before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) fell by NOK 254 million to NOK 2.44 billion, the annual report shows. The reason for this is, among other things, that the company made larger property sales last year.

“In addition to major transactions on property sales, earnings in the first half of 2017 were affected by structural changes in Dagrofa,” the company writes in the report.

The company writes in the report that dividends of NOK 16 per share have been paid during the period. Earnings per share in the first half ended at NOK 30.2 per share.

grocery Growth

The Norwegian group’s grocery chains increased sales by 2.3 per cent in the first half of the year. The overall growth in the grocery industry was 2.0 percent, analyst Nielsen reported in July.

“Effective operations and strong chain concepts help keep the market margins stable despite strong price competition and low market growth,” Norgesgruppen writes in the report.

As E24 has written earlier, the particular sales share of supermarkets has fallen steadily in recent years. In July it became known that the Norgesgruppen-owned Meny lost 0.4 per cent of the market share in the first half, compared to the same period last year.

Norgesgruppen describes in the profit and loss report that this is due to the fact that the chain has closed down two of its stores.

My comment on this is:

It’s our food we’re talking about! What makes us survive for a while down here on earth. Norgesgruppen is not alone in the Norwegian market. All food barons are multimillionaires. That companies will be on multimilliaries on sale, giving them power in our community system, giving them the ability to decide on range and price.

I live in the poverty line here, and have almost nothing left after the food is paid for the month. It costs so much that more increases will pull me off this planet!

Permanent physician(GP) was fired for spiral denial

Sunday, August 26, 2018

This is not just about me privately, but applies to many doctors, says doctor Katarzyna Jachimowicz.

A Catholic obstetrician in Telemark lost her job because she for conscientious reasons refuses to put a spiral on women. Now the matter will be brought before the Supreme Court.

– I’m an optimist. I think the Supreme Court will confirm the last verdict from the Court of Appeal, “says doctor Katarzyna Jachimowicz to NTB.

In May 2011, Jachimowicz received a job as a GP in Sauherad municipality in Telemark. During the interviewing hours, she had informed of the conscience reservation, which meant that she reserved herself against injecting a spiral to women.

The county governor of Telemark instituted a lawsuit against Jachimowicz in February 2014, and in January the following year, the Norwegian Board of Health and Welfare stated that she had no access to reserve.

She went on leave on April 1, 2015 and has since worked as a doctor at Telemark Hospital. The municipality terminated her statutory agreement on 3 December of the same year.

– violates human rights

Jachimowicz has been aware that the conscience reservation entered into the agreement she had with the municipality, and thinks the resignation is invalid.

– The termination was unfair and violates human rights. If I had thought differently, I would never have gone to the point.

“I deeply disagree with the termination and believe we must respect human rights in Norway,” said Jachimowicz.

She filed a lawsuit against the municipality in 2016, but lost the case in Aust-Telemark District Court in February 2017. She appealed to the Agder Court of Appeal, which in November reversed the verdict. The case will appear in the Supreme Court on 28 August and will last for three days.

“In our opinion, it is very important to establish that there is a degree of freedom of conscience. The general medical regulations introduce a total ban – there is no flexibility, says Jachimowicz’s defense attorney Håkon Bleken to NTB.

– There may be situations where freedom of conscience is not in place, for example, for health reasons in a specific case. But this is a total ban that is very unreasonable and that is what we will have tried and that is the most important thing in this case, “says Bleken.

Principal matter

The majority of the Court of Appeal found that the statutory regulations must be interpreted in accordance with the European Human Rights Convention.

This means that a GP with conscience can not lose the job simply because he reserves the right to inject a spiral as long as it does not go beyond the patient’s ability to get a spiral from another doctor.

In the judgment it is pointed out that about 30 percent of all GPs in Norway do not inject a spiral, but handle it in the same way as Jachimowicz by referring patients to another doctor.

Katarzyna Jachimowicz himself does not have the ability to insert a spiral and emphasizes that the case concerns far more doctors than just her.

“This is not just about me privately, but applies to many doctors and is therefore a matter of principle,” she says.

Court of Human Rights

Attorney Håkon Bleken draws a parallel to the law of ritual circumcision of boys, which he thinks is designed in a good way. It states that as long as it does not lead to an irresponsible offer, consideration should be given to the freedom of conscience of doctors.

If the municipality wins the Supreme Court, Jachimowicz is considering bringing the case to the European Court of Human Rights.

Warns against organized sex extruders online

Monday, 20 August 2018

Young men are wise to get dressed off in front of the webcam. Then the recording of the film is used for extortion.

More and more are exposed to sexual blackmail online,The National Criminal Investigation Service writes on their web pages. Often young men are the victims.

They are contacted on the chat and webcam of women who take care of themselves, perform sexual acts with themselves and ask the victims to do the same.

Young men are wise to get dressed off in front of the webcam. Then the recording of the film is used for extortion.

More and more are exposed to sexual blackmail online, Kripos writes on their web pages. Often young men are the victims.

They are contacted on the chat and webcam of women who take care of themselves, perform sexual acts with themselves and ask the victims to do the same.

Organised crime

What the victims do not know is that records are being made which are later used for money extraction. Often the “woman” is talking to the team of designed video clips, and there are probably organized criminals behind.

This winter it became known that a young Norwegian man had taken his life after being exposed to this form of extortion.

“This is an organized, professionalized and extremely cynical form of extortion,” said prosecutor and police attorney Ole Kristian Bjørge in Kripos to at the time.

NRK has talked with “Pål” who has experienced this. It should only be a flirt, but when he handed his e-mail address to the woman he had met on a chat service so that they could contact Skype, the extras received his full name and found out who his family our. After he had dressed for the webcam, “Pål” received a link of the recording made by him and a message that he had to pay 20,000 kroner if the film was not to be sent to friends and family.

Young men are wise to get dressed in front of the webcam. Then the recording of the film is used for extortion.

More and more are exposed to sexual blackmail online, Kripos writes on their web pages. Often young men are the victims.

They are contacted on the chat and webcam of women who take care of themselves, perform sexual acts with themselves and ask the victims to do the same.

Also read: Facebook asks Britons to upload nudes by themselves
Organised crime

What the victims do not know is that records are being made which are later used for money extraction. Often the “woman” is talking to the team of designed video clips, and there are probably organized criminals behind.

This winter it became known that a young Norwegian man had taken his life after being exposed to this form of extortion.

“This is an organized, professionalized and extremely cynical form of extortion,” said prosecutor and police attorney Ole Kristian Bjørge in Kripos to at the time.

NRK has talked with “Pål” who has experienced this. It should only be a flirt, but when he handed his e-mail address to the woman he had met on a chat service so that they could contact Skype, the extras received his full name and found out who his family our. After he had dressed for the webcam, “Pål” received a link of the recording made by him and a message that he had to pay NOK 20,000 kroner if the film was not to be sent to friends and family.

In several cases, movies are sent to the victim’s friends on Facebook or posted to YouTube. Kripos writes that extortion is aggressive and ongoing.

Their advice is to break all contact and not pay, they write. Many never report because they are afraid friends and family should know what has happened. One feels a lot of shame and guilt.

“Our experience is that if you break the contact and do not pay, this is so organized and professionalized that the perpetrators move on to the next victim,” Kripos writes on Facebook.

“Pål” was one of those who did not go to the police, writes NRK. He broke up with the extortor, trying to erase all digital tracks by himself. However, for the police it is important that all evidence is kept.

Advice to those who are subjected to extortion:

Disconnect with extortion as soon as possible.
Do not pay what extortioners require. If you pay, there are usually more requirements.
Documents most of what has happened:
Record which services, channels, and accounts used by you and by the press.
Take screenshots of both textual, profile, and photos / videos of the one you communicated with.
If you know how to find the IP address of the presses, then this is important information.
All information from extruders can help identify the person, such as addresses, phone number, account number, payment information, etc.
Was it referred to any web pages or other internet addresses in the conversation?
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Unrest in the book industry: Book sales go down sharply

Monday, 20 August 2018

After a sharp decline in paper book sales in the first half of 2018, and an equally bad summer, there is turmoil and concern among Norwegian publishers and bookstores.

These days, publishers publish their autumn books with brass and bram, press conferences and publishing parties. They all believe in “the best autumn of the times”, but the talk in the corridors is that the arrows for book sales continue to point downwards.

According to figures from the Publishers’ Association, sales of fiction went down by 13 per cent compared to the same period last year, while total book sales declined eight per cent.

According to the Bookstores Association, these figures show sales from publishers, and they think the real number of sales out of stores shows a decline of around 5 percent. The arrows have continued down this summer, and most VG have talked with the trace that it will only continue.

It is not the worst summer, but after several years of upturn, we have now had several years of decline. This is the worst half year since 2012, says CEO Trine Stensen in the Bookkeeping Association, who believes it is cause for concern.

Yes, I’m worried about the book and the reading if the exposure disappears. When the American bookstore chain Borders went bankrupt, only 50 percent of the book sales were caught by e-commerce.

Has put down stores

Norli Libris boss John Thomasgaard shares the concern and can also state that they have put down some smaller stores this year.

There are not many, but some. This is something we are now considering more when contracts expire than before. Marginal stores are exposed. We will probably get a little fewer, but a little bigger shops in the future. There is a lot to suggest that there is no room for as many bookstores as before. But this also applies to retail trade in general, says Thomasgaard, who follows the market closely.

The book market has largely declined every single month since December 2016. This has continued into 2018 and will only continue for a while. This is in many ways a reported murder, and it should not come as a big surprise to people. Actually, this decline would have come a long time, says Thomasgaard.

He believes the industry has to change in every aspect.

“We must look at how to more efficiently deliver a wide range of books to the most possible readers. It is very expensive to distribute books small and wide, says Thomasgaard
Does Jo Nesbø have a duty?

He does not think “the best harvest of the times” can save the development.

“No, the harvest will be good, but it’s limited what it can do with the whole market being changing. It will not be easier to be publishers in the future, we will see that smaller volumes go out to the end customer. But there will always be room for the good releases.

Some say that the decline this half year is due to not joining Nesbø with a new Harry Hole book?

“We can not put all the blame there now. But it is clear that some releases, such as Nesbø Harry Hole, Jojo Moyes’ books and ‘Fifty Shades’, reach out to completely different groups than the traditional bookkeeper group. But neither is Nesbø near any of the volumes he had when he was at the top, says Thomasgaard, who believes the reasons for the decline are compounded.

There are many factors, but there is no doubt that sound streaming services have been successful. Something goes there, something goes for other entertainment. There are relatively more people sitting with the iPad than a book now. We compete with a sea of ​​other media.

… But we hear books

The audio book streaming service Storytel can announce new records during the summer vacation, and now have 100,000 subscribers. Asking about the audio book can “save” the book industry, says CEO Håkon Havik in

Yes, audiobooks can be of great help to a book market in decline. In Sweden, the book market has begun to increase again due to audiobooks, and I hope the same can happen in Norway, says Havik.

Many believe the smaller publishers will notice the decline best, and publishing director Richard Aarø in the time is worried that trends in the market represent a lasting change.

And I think that is unfortunately the case. This means tougher times and we will have to fight even harder about the customer’s time in the future, says Aarø, who believes we will see an industry changing in the future.

– Yes, to the highest degree. Change will be everyday.

He believes that growth will come within new forms of distribution.

“This may be positive for readers, but the publishers’ finances are largely based on the sale of paper books at full price, and it is enough here that the decline is most noticeable,” says Aarø.

One who does not notice the turmoil is Kari Spjeldnæs, Deputy Director in Aschehoug, who is the owner of Norli Libris. She says to VG that there is little turmoil with them, but that they have registered that the total industry figures show a decline.

“It’s not new that the retail market fluctuates with the best sellers. Maybe a very hot summer also affected book sales, says Spjeldnæs.

Norway uses approx. NOK 17 billion on integration of immigrants this year

Wednesday 15 August 2018

Overall, immigration to Norway does not pay off has been noted long ago. It is especially the integration of asylum seekers from poor and war-worn countries, which are costly, as well as bringing with it a number of challenges in other areas, such as security and security, and in matters related to cultural values.

Thursday last week, Minister of Knowledge and Integration Jan Tore Sanner (H) told TV2 that the Norwegian state spent 17 billion kroner annually on the integration of our so-called new countrymen.

Resett has been in contact with senior advisor Husejin Ajfer at the Ministry of Education to learn more about how the money is spent. Ajfer says to Resett that most of the grants in the integration area go to the municipalities, mainly as grants per immigrant.

– The municipality receives integration grants for each resident. The grant will contribute to rapid settlement and provide a reasonable coverage of the municipalities’ average additional expenses for refugees during the settlement year and the next four years. The grant will, among other things, finance the statutory introduction program, “says Ajfer.

Resett has been sent a simplified overview of how the Ministry of Education allocates integration funding this year, and it can be seen that a total of NOK 11.4 billion is spent on the ordinary integration grant. In addition, there are special grants for single minors, as well as grants for education in Norwegian and social sciences.

– The municipality receives a special grant for the settlement of single minors. The grant will help single minors to settle as quickly as possible in good living and care facilities adapted to the individual child and local conditions. The municipality also receives grants for training in Norwegian and social knowledge for adult immigrants and grants for training in Norwegian and Norwegian culture and Norwegian values ​​for asylum seekers in reception, Ajfer states.

The Resettlement overview has received shows that 2.9 billion goes to the special grants for single minors, and 2 billion is spent on grants for language, community and Norwegian education. In total, therefore, the state uses NOK 16.3 billion on grants to municipalities, which the municipalities receive per refugee.

– The grants to the municipality are funds that the municipality receives per person. For example, the municipality receives integration grants of approximately 750,000 kroner over 5 years for an adult refugee in a family. The size of the grants is therefore dependent on how many people are in the target groups of the different schemes. When the number of people to be settled or qualified goes down, then the appropriations on the posts also go down, says senior adviser Ajfer.

In addition, about 200 million go to the municipalities’ work, including qualifying refugees and area initiatives. 120 million are mainly used for grants to immigrant organizations and other volunteers. 430 million are run by the Directorate for Integration and Diversity, Competence Norway, Research and Development, Interpreting and ICT Development.

Diversity does not become a trust culture

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Hadia Tajik did not have much understanding of Norwegian culture as anything but brown cheese and something else that was intended to illustrate that we hardly own culture here in the country in a debate last autumn. As well as implicitly, therefore, there is nothing to lose in connection with Islamic immigration, so nothing worth protecting.

One to me outrageous assertion. Others protested more or less in vain with different inputs and arguments. But especially one was not powerful enough – perhaps the most important thing – something I easily remind my readers about today’s headline.

As the 80’s, I come from an earlier era when your “word” was your own honor and your reputation (in English, “Your word is your bond”), but the old-fashioned culture no longer talks about it. In many remote countries, as well as in Tajik’s Islamic country of origin, Pakistan, there is great culture. It is both intrusive and intrusive to us, now at a dangerous level – let us be completely honest and politically incorrect … For Norwegian prisons to be filled with criminal strangers, violence is a clear language, though it is deliberately covered. For no “liberal” will assert themselves responsibility or obligation.

Norway was a homogeneous, egalitarian equality society with diligent spirit that gradually becomes “population change” without the politicians having asked us through a referendum. Even when we had a vote of the European Union – and it did not matter – it was cynically overlooked as “just” advisory, and sometimes twice. The Constitution was not “tested” for any sovereignty resignation, and politicians with Gro Harlem Brundtland in the lead drove off a truly hidden EU agenda, via the EEA. Had we stayed outside this undemocratic supranational costume had much been won and / or saved us. Many were seduced with words like free trade, as well as the echo of Chamberlain’s words about no war in our day. Truth is a completely different one, yet it still runs shamelessly, in order not to admit a total political mistake.

The “colorful community” is colorful but lacks fellowship. As a young war journalist, Winston Churchill from Aden, south of the Arabian Peninsula, warned us about Islam already in 1899. Since then, the warnings have been many. But after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the collapse of communism, the overmotion took over Western Europe. Its cousin, socialism, therefore needed new content, and EU internationalism, ie our “one-world” and us controlled overnight without land borders, became the declared goals of socialists and globalists. Consequently, the national state had to be weakened to allow free movement of people and goods within the Union. Provided, demonstrable, we got drugs, criminal activities as well as foreign invaders with a primitive and violent culture.

This is simplified saying about politics thrown over our heads. The arguments varied, ranging from Ap who wanted new clients (voters), to others who put more emphasis on trade and vandalism. Someone, like me, hoped for less tax within a European regime. I was wrong, not because I am or was against taxation for the community’s best. However, because the special wealth tax was directly discriminatory against Norwegian owners, only benefit for foreign investors who did not have tax and national liability. Consequently, a number of Norwegian companies were taken over by foreigners, a particularly bad national strategy.

Diversity does not become a trust culture of, perhaps, on the contrary. We also did not get the diversity of the press support that Ap also stood behind. They have also claimed that integration is taking place. No, and again no, the truth is that Ap is not thinking of anything but its own agenda, with the “capitalist” Støre at the tip worth more than 100 million. Had he and LO been the true friend of the Norwegian workers and protects, they would take care of their own rather than immigrants. Now it is fervent for not having to admit that political power and benefits were the only thing that was going on.

It is sad to say that the Right under Erna Solberg is not much better. She lives with everyone, and is therefore the friend of the house. Worst in my opinion, she does not put the motherland first, because she does not live with Angela Merkel, who is at least smart enough to put Germany first. For her and Germans, the EU is worth gold because it gives German industry an internal market and an advantageously weak and competitive euro currency, rather than the D-mark. No wonder, Trump is bothered by the US trade deficit when, in addition, both the EU and Germany are protecting import tariffs, and hardly want to pay NATO’s defense spending.

That a bourgeois government does not clearly see the importance of the United States as a Allied, and is more diplomatic, it is strange, especially after the “money support” of the Clinton family, which many believe was pure political corruption. Both Børge Brende and our current foreign minister are like plotting parrots of course and / or as instructed by their prime minister. I also thought that if something was important for the foreign service, it was diplomacy … Unfortunately, the UD is being abused in expensive judges of domestic politics by proclaiming us a great power. In fact, we are a spur of the cranes. Not least, therefore, we are becoming “inflated” Norwegians of self-esteem.

Is it we who will integrate us in Norway?

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Smaira Iqbal, leader of the Women’s Committee in Islamic Council Norway (IRN), writes in an article in Aftenposten today about his view of the man who did not renew the temporary office when he refused to give his hand. She believes that in Norway, she must show a greater understanding of the practice of her beliefs and support his right not to take a woman in her hand. She believes that Norway must show greater tolerance.

Why should Norway show greater tolerance for a value that is not Norwegian? We are talking about immigrants to integrate in Norway. It is not Norway that will integrate for immigrants? It is highly voluntary to come and live in Norway. It is highly voluntary to stay in Norway. In Norway, Norwegian values ​​apply.

Norwegian values ​​are not Islam, halo meat, hijab or burkini. Norway is a Christian country based on Christian values. In the name of the tolerance we have accepted values ​​that are incompatible with our own. It is Norway that integrates and not the opposite. You are given a right to practice your religion privately, but if you move to a new country you must accept other ways to dress in other ways of eating and living. When moving to another country, it must be a part of the decision-making basis if you can live in another country different from the country from which you come from.

We eat halibut when we are in a Muslim country, but in Norway the meat is slaughtered in our way. When we are in Iran we dress with hijab, but not in Norway.

Children in Norway should not wear hijab. It is an assault against a young child. It is our right to decide for ourselves, to think for ourselves and to develop ourselves as we wish. It is not compatible with Norwegian values.

Dear Smaira Iqbal,

If you read this post, I wonder where is your tolerance for our values ​​that are different from yours? Are you the one who must show tolerance for the country you have moved to?

I think you should think about your values ​​and your tolerance before demanding that we tolerate more of that intolerant. It is not ethnic Norwegian that will integrate, but you who have come here will integrate you in Norway. In exactly the same way as we need to adapt when we come to your country. I have even been to school in a Muslim country and nobody is coming there who requires rights. We adapt the rules as they are in that country.

You reveal in your post that you have no intention of integrating yourself in Norway.


The debate surrounding handwriting shows very clearly why integration is not successful in Norway. It is ethnic Norwegian that will integrate and not vice versa.

The latest release to the Equality Ombudsman that it is okay for men to refuse to hand in women shows that we must fight for our values ​​in the future. It is sad that it has come as far and wrong as Hanne Bjurstrøm represents.

To support the mosques that work against Norwegian values, we must stop that.

We need new politicians, new journalists, men and women who will fight for Norway and values ​​we have built up through generations.

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