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Hans Rustad, on his indispensable website, document.no, described the Aftenposten article as “pathbreaking,” and predicted that it would have repercussions in the offices of government, academia, and the culture generally.
But nothing has changed.
Cut to late 2011. While Oslo has been undergoing a wave of violent rapes, robberies in Grønland have been skyrocketing. A recent article in Aftenposten reported on this year’s 351st victim of a robbery in Grønland. Musician Sturla Nøstvik, reported Arild M. Jonassen, was on his way home from a late-night gig when a pistol was slammed against his forehead. Two men demanded his wallet and iPhone. Blinded by blood, the gun at his back, he was forced into an underground passageway, thorough a hole in a fence, and into a clump of bushes; along the way he was struck several times by his attackers, who in bad Norwegian and bad English demanded the pin codes to his bank cards, after which one of them went off to empty his accounts. They then threatened to kill him and his girlfriend if he reported them to the police; then they said that if he did report them, he should say they were not dark-skinned but white. Sturai, who is now blind in one eye, came to Oslo 14 years ago from a small town up north, and had always felt safe; now he hardly dares go out after dark.
This is a city which in living memory was one of the safest and most civilized urban centers on the planet. Now all is changed, changed utterly. This practice of dragging victims off the sidewalk, through fences, and into thickets or whatever while emptying their bank accounts is now commonplace, according to Oslo police. “We have lost the city,” Nøstvik was told by the officers who handled his case. The night he was attacked, they informed him, they had only two patrol cars out in all of downtown Oslo.
A few weeks back, the wave of rapes in Oslo inspired a torchlight rally and the formation of after-dark civilian patrols intended to make the streets safe for potential rape victims. But the rapes have continued. So have the robberies. Norwegians, like so many other Western Europeans, are up against a veritable army of culturally alien men living in their midst who have no scruples when it comes to raping native women or robbing native men. There is, after all, no crime – no shame – in attacking the infidel. The nature of the set of beliefs by means of which these perpetrators justify their violent offenses is perfectly clear. But the Norwegian response to these marauders is still, all too often, that of Michael Hartmann: “We can’t give up the diversity.” Unfortunately for them, the “diversity” to which they are so devoted involves seeking a modus vivendi with a brutal, inflexible ideology that has marked their own society, culture, and moral code for annihilation.
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