November 16, 2018
“It’s just a nutty conspiracy theory, this thing that we’re all openly doing all the time everywhere, you stupid goyim.”
Has Breivik’s suffering been in vain?
Have these people learned nothing?!?!?!?!
Founded in 2001, Oslo-based Human Rights Service (HRS) has been instrumental in supplying useful and illuminating research about the scale, nature, and social and economic impact of immigration into Norway. Its recommendations have resulted in important policy changes, its website is very widely read by Norwegians who are skeptical about Islam, and the latest book by its information officer, Hege Storhaug (just out in English as Islam: Europe Invaded, America Warned), was a massive bestseller.
In the U.S., a think tank like HRS would be funded by corporate donors and philanthropists, but, in accordance with Scandinavian practice, it gets its money — which, given how much it accomplishes, doesn’t really come to all that big a sum — from the national government. Pretty much every year brings another fight over how much, if anything, HRS should get from the public till, with almost everyone on the left (and not a few on the right) complaining that its work contributes to negative images of Muslims. This year, the proposed national budget for 2019 left untouched the generous handouts to such far-left PC enforcers as the “Anti-Racist Center,” but cut by a half minute kroner ($60,000) the annual subsidy to HRS. The planned cut drew so much attention that a couple of leading members of the Progress Party (FrP) — which voters put into power largely so that it could implement the kind of reforms that HRS has called for — were actually roused to action and saw to it that the budget line was left untouched.
The Progress Party is a cucked, controlled opposition party run by a woman, but it looks like they can occasionally do something useful.
Meanwhile, the Norwegian state budget doles out far larger sums to other, far more dubious recipients — and HRS, as it happens, has been instrumental in digging out and publicizing the numbers. I’m referring to the huge annual payouts to mosques, which for some reason almost all of the members of the Norwegian parliament think they have the obligation to fund.
Of course they have an obligation to do so.
Not only do they have to atone for the hollowcost and for slavery, but they’re also literally the palest of all White people.
In recent weeks, coincidentally, even as HRS was fighting to hang onto its own minuscule government appropriation, it was publishing bombshell reports on the stunning increase in the number of mosques in Norway — and on the corresponding rise in the amount of taxpayer funds transferred to their coffers. Norway, let it be remembered, has a tiny population of 5.25 million people — almost identical to that of Chicago — but at present it has 219 mosques, which represents a 65% upsurge since only eight years ago. This year, the mosques received a total of 187 million kroner ($22,359,347) from the government.
For those of you who don’t have an abacus handy, that’s around $102K per mosque, per year.
Sounds like a great investment to me.
The vibrancy is real
How does the government decide how much to give each mosque? I didn’t know the answer until the other day. It is rooted in the fact that, until January of last year, the Church of Norway (DNK) was the nation’s official state church. It used to be the case that unless your parents opted out of it, you were automatically registered as a member at birth. Naturally, the government covered the Church’s expenses, and each congregation’s annual endowment was based on its membership statistics. In Norway, as elsewhere in Western Europe, church attendance has radically declined over the past few years, but in Norway the amount of cash infused into those churches has remained relatively constant, meaning that the sum per worshiper has increased dramatically. In order to be fair, by its own lights, the Norwegian parliament supports mosques at the same rate per registered member as the DNK. Since official mosque membership has skyrocketed even as church attendance has dived (one in eight residents of Oslo now belong to a mosque), the amount of taxpayer money handed over to these houses of worship has, according to an FrP official, “escalated at an alarming tempo.”
Another wonderful benefit of (((secularism))).
Many of these mosques, as you might expect, have been shown to be hotbeds of jihadist preaching. That doesn’t matter. They all get their cut.
HRS has actually compiled a list of every one of these mosques along with its annual take. The largest are in Oslo. One of them is Central Jamaat-E-Ahl-E Sunnat, whose imam is famous for his robust Jew-hatred and open hostility to Norwegian values. Another is the World Islamic Mission, which way back in 2002 was the subject of a hidden-microphone exposė proving that its head imam’s public expressions of affection for Norway were not, shall we say, honest reflections of his private views.
Everybody hates Jews, that’s why they try to outlaw hating them.
As for “Norwegian values,” well…
… those aren’t values, they’re straight-up state-enforced mental illness.
Perhaps HRS’s most surprising discovery is that so many dinky little hamlets have a mosque or two of not inconsiderable size within their city limits. The burg I live in, high in the mountains of Telemark, has a few thousand inhabitants (including the surrounding countryside, the figure comes to around 12,000). Ten years ago I was considered an alarmist, but if you had suggested to me at that time that this community would have a mosque by the year 2018, I would have laughed. In fact it has two. One of them claims to have 496 registered members; the other, a Somali mosque, has 220. And it’s all just beginning.
Not so many years ago, Oslo was supremely quiet and safe — so much so that one would make jokes about its dullness. No more. And just now, while I was sitting here writing about how this lovely country is going to hell, I was able to listen to Paul Greengrass, director of 22 July, about Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, telling the members of the Cambridge Union that those of us who express legitimate concern about what Islam is doing to the West are the moral equivalent of Breivik. Here in Norway a cold dark winter is coming, and I’m not talking about the weather.
Yeah, it’s shocking that 80ish IQ mud people who invaded your country with literally 0 resistance don’t respect you.
But ragheads aside, we must never forget that the kikes are the reason why all these vermin are here in the first place.
Never forget that, as much as you might hate these monkeys.
The Jews are our misfortune