Saturday, March 3, 2012

Muslim in Oslo Praises the Murder of Theo Van Gogh

"When Mullah Krekar held his appeal in Kurdish and Arabic in Eidsvold square in Oslo on Friday afternoon. He used the opportunity to repeatedly praise and honor the killing of the controversial Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, according to NRK’s dagsrevyen (TV news program).

Van Gogh was killed on November 2, 2004 on the streets of Amsterdam by a Muslim fundamentalist, who reacted strongly against Van Gogh’s criticism of Islam in his films. The killer is now serving a life sentence in a prison in the Netherlands."

I have very little to say about this post. Please watch the video clip on the link. 

Norway, one of the nations from which the vigorous Northmen*came to make their mark, is paralyzed by an aggressive and violent Muslim population. This nation, which has no colonial past for which anyone could claim the nation needs to make amends, is fast becoming a country of oppressed indigenous Scandinavians. 

The people of Norway are known to be neat, tidy, good-natured, and orderly and respectful of authority. Those whom the Norwegian government has brought in for "cultural enrichment", (Since Norway had no appreciable culture of which to speak) have grown increasingly, vocal. aggressive, and violent. Calls for Sharia law are becoming more and more common, as are arsons, murders, gang-rapes, and more in this nation of law-abiding people.

*I avoid the term Viking since that specifically applies to the campaigning actions of those Scandinavians who went "a-viking" The ones that went  eastward (Mostly Danes and Swedes) and set up strongholds and states in the Baltic and Russia were called Varangians.** The Finnish word for the invaders was "Rus", which came to mean the people who live in the region of the early Viking Principality in todays Russia. The most accurate term for those who went west are Northmen or Norse.

**Many of these eastward-moving Northmen found employment in the service of the Byzantine Empire, where they served as elite troops and Imperial bodyguards. (Varangian Guard). Interestingly, that corps of soldiers came to be largely staffed by Anglo-Saxons, who found new jobs after being displaced of power and land in England by the invasion of the Normans - also direct descendants of Danes who had settled in Normandy France. The name of that region aptly describes the people who were ceded that area by the French King, who preferred to have a vassal as opposed to yet another campaign to fight.

Unlike Greek and other native Byzantine soldiers of that time, the Northman, who placed a high value on his word and his loyalty, could be counted on to remain true to the Lord to whom he had sworn his oath. The constant intrigue and assassination plots that were a feature of the Byzantine word made such troops an asset.

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