Welcome to X-MAS DAY.
Now.. Typically X-MAS Eve is the day we Norwegian celebrate with Food and Gifts. Thous today is day of rest and thoughts. But as a big majority of the world open presents today rather than last night, so ofcourse we will observe this day as well.
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And Tomorrow it is the First Day of Kwanzaa for all our African Brothers.
We will observe Kwanzaa thru the first 6 stages.
The Umoja, the Kujichagulia, the Ujima, the Ujamaa, the Nia and the Kuumba.
But the last stage The Imani: To believe with all our hearts in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle. We consider this Your private struggle and something that every observer should strive to do privately. Thous We will only follow the first 6 days til` the 31 Dec.
Espen Pedersen is still going strong in Public media.
For those who Does not know who Eskil Pedersen is,
he was one of the Main Targets of Anders Behring Breivik at the Utøya Shooting.
"Eskil Pedersen (born 6 March 1984 in Skien) is a Norwegian politician
and leader of the Workers` Youth League (AUF),
the youth organisation associated with Norway`s leading Labour Party."
He is also an open Homosexual and Gay Right activist. But to be Fair, that is of no concern.
- Idiots comes in all colors and Sexual preferences.
Mr. Pedersen Statet in the media just recent -
Pedersen believes it is high time that the new Act comes into place .
- It takes too long . The fact that the government gives so clear signal
about what time the law comes,
may even lead to the Act vanishing into the blue.
It would be unfortunate, says AUF leader.
Require action -
Pedersen is impatient.
Semi-automatic rifles of the same type as Anders Behring Breivik used on Utøya,
and is currently permitted for use in hunting and target shooting in Norway.
AUF leader says he hopes the law will contain a ban on all semi-automatic weapons.
- We must take the recommendations that have come from 22 July Commission seriously.
This we have done in many other areas when it comes to preparedness.
They we must also take seriously when it comes to guns, says Pedersen.
- Semi-automatic weapons are used during several tragedies,
that we need to take seriously, says Pedersen.
NGRG - Replies.
- Norwegians have a 1000+ years tradition of carrying weapons,
not only for hunting and recreation.
But also for Defense of our sovereignty and elected Democracy.
(This includes Mr. Pedersen)
- We have have had an average of 1-2 Gun related Crimes in Norway - Per year - From 1945 - 1980`s
Not before the Social experiment of opening our borders to mass migration,
did our weapons related crime explode (Mass migration is a major political program of AUF/AP).
for the majority of these years, Fully automatic weapons where also legal.
But still we had almost no Crime.
Now we clearly reap the harvest of this failed political Program (Mass culturalism).
- Today`s reading (Newspapers) Flourish with Gun related Crime,
for the most part in and around Different drug og Ethnic related milieu.
The one Goes hand in Hand with the other.
Speaking of Ethnic Milieu in this case "Does not imply only 3rd World immigrant",
but also eastern European Ethincs.
- We the Ethnic People of Norway,
have allowed this experiment by kindness and will to help those in need and fear.
The Hope has been that these would conform to our way of life and become
integrated into our way of life.
So that these would also be eager to defend this great country and our Democracy.
That is clearly Not the Case.
Mr. Pedersen need not see further than to Russia and their Gay Rights, and consider
how well of he would be there.
- I would like to use some time to explain a little about Mr. Pedersen as a person.
On 22 July, the day of the 2011 Norway attacks,
Eskil Pedersen was present at the annual AUF summer camp on Utøya.
As leader of the organization he was one of the assailant,
Anders Behring Breivik`s, stated targets,
along with former prime minister Gro Harlem Brundtland,
who was there that day but had left the island before the killer arrived.
Breivik would later state that he had studied Pedersen`s physical appearance
and facial attributes to be able to recognize him during the attack.
Very soon after the shooting erupted, Pedersen, along with his political aide,
sought refuge on the ferry MS Thorbjørn,
and along with seven other people decided to make their escape from the island.
Pedersen later stated that while being at the Hønefoss police headquarters
he feared a coup d`etat had taken place,
and that he could not trust any member of the police.
In an interview with TV2 he stated: "I thought the entire country
was under attack […] if we docked anywhere we would be killed."
M/S Thorbjørn controversy
There has been widespread speculation in forums and independent blogs
about the conduct on the ferry,
but most professional media outlets have been cautious in their coverage
of the events on the MS Thorbjørn.
A news website, Nettavisen, published a story raising questions
about the conduct a day after the massacre,
but received fierce reactions from other members of the press as well as the AUF itself.
More recently Adrian Pracon,
a survivor and employee of AUF who himself was wounded wrote of his reaction
to seeing the ferry leave in a book describing his ordeal.
One section describes his disbelief and disappointment of seeing M/S Thorbjørn
head away from the island, depriving him of hope of escape.
Another survivor of the massacre, 20-year old Bjørn Ihler from Oslo
said of Pedersen in an interview with the BBC:
"This was the leader of the group, it was as if the Captain abandoned his ship".
Pedersen defended his actions in the same programme,
stating: "I think I acted normally given the situation. I acted according to instinct.
I did what I was told and boarded the boat"
and countered "I have been criticized for my actions,
and for my views on the multicultural society by people who support the gunman`s views".
The controversy flared up again in September 2012 due to comments by Brynjar Meling.
Meling is a high-profile lawyer in the case and his office represents
a few dozen of the affected, both AUF-members and relatives of the deceased.
He claimed some of his clients questioned Pedersen`s leadership of the
organization but felt unable to communicate this publicly.
Furthermore, Meling claimed that his clients felt that Pedersen`s
actions during the massacre should have consequences for his future career,
and that they were frustrated by the AUF leadership`s insistence
that the organization as a whole was united behind Pedersen.
The comments immediately caused a fiery reaction from the AUF as well as the Labour party.
Secretary-General of the Labour Party Raymond Johansen responded to Meling saying he felt
"nauseated and furious" at him, other politicians used more profane expressions.
Meling responded by accusing the Johansen and the Labour party of attempting
to stifle the debate as well as depriving the survivors of the opportunity
to ask critical questions. Leaders of rival parties subsequently defended Pedersen,
calling the criticism "tasteless".
A former senior member of the Labour party and AUF who lost her younger sister
in the massacre, described how she was prevented from raising questions within
the party regarding the incident. She claimed that:
"MS Thorbjørn and Eskil Pedersen were not to be discussed, it was completely taboo".
She since left the party altogether in protest.
- Mr. Pedersen Left Utøya at the First shoots in the armoured Landing Craft.
"Before the vessel was converted into a civilian passenger ferry,
it was a military landing craft of the L-50-type". made to withstand .50 (12.7) calibre.
ABB used 9mm and .223
- Even Wen in safty, with children from the age of 12-up,
swimming desperate in the Cold bloodred water, screaming for help.
cruising along in a Military landing craft, even capable of traversing with the
landing door open "as to scoop up" survivours, not having to risk anything to help survivours.
Mr. Pedersen evaded like a coward.
- NGRG Find it appalling that this Person is allowed a voice in norwegian Politics.
And that he is allowed to advocate against his would be defenders.
- I the author of NGRG disagree on a wholeheartedly basis to
everything Mr. Pedersens stand for, be it lifestyle or politics.
But i Still defend his right to be whatever he wants.
But when it comes to this agenda, we have to speak up