Forlater ikke domkirken, så gjør det riktige å spark dem ut! has a story about some immigrants who’ve come to Norway and are due to be sent back as their request for asylum has been denied.

I find it funny, that every single country today that’s doing good has fought a hard and long battle.  They didn’t run away in droves to other countries leaving their country behind to suffer.  Like Norway.  Norwegians fought the Swedes, the Danish and even the Nazi’s to make sure they have a home.  A safe home.  A happy home.  You worked hard, like every other country has to ensure the future of your culture, heritage and the future of your home.

These people could care less about their home, their own people and their rights.  They’re selfish, only wanting what’s best for them.  They want to come to an already developed country who has been through all the hardships and growing pains already.  A place where all the blood has already been spilled.  In other words, they want to leech off of your country.

If America, my homeland was in trouble I wouldn’t leave.  I’d stay and fight.  In fact I have fought for my homeland and the future of others.

Besides, Norway isn’t a big country.  It’s a small nation with a small heritage and culture.  You simply can’t allow everyone who needs help to come and live here.  Let them return and if they really want to live a happy life, let them fight for that life so they and their children can have a peaceful home.  They just can’t be given it.  The world doesn’t work like that. “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime”.  Besides, it really isn’t Norway’s job to help everyone in the world.  I’m not saying don’t help, but don’t sacrifice your own country and culture which you’ve fought so hard for, don’t let people just take it!


Spark dem ut av kirken, de må forstå at det kreves innsats i og bygge ett trygg hjem.



6 Comments on “Forlater ikke domkirken, så gjør det riktige å spark dem ut!”

  1. fredrik says:

    well said =)

  2. Kenneth says:

    I have red and I agree to what you have written.
    I feel that we all have a responsibility to help fellow men and women when they are in need. And sacrifice is needed.

    But as you say, it is better for victims to stand up for themselves and fight for what they stand for. instead for running away and let other people take the fall. If you want a good life, live it so you can earn the right to have it. A government is not many people, usually just a few. But the victims are so much greater in numbers than they would ever imagine. If all of the people in etiopia stud up for themselves and moved against their government(peacefully) to object to the inhumane rouling (typo?) of the government.

    We can all lend them a hand, but the hand should motivate them for fight their cause in their own land and not in ours. Noone on earth or heaven can demand anyone to do something for them. I can not go out to the public and demand them to do things as it fits me best.

    I will recommend everyone to fight for what they stand for and for who they really are, and not expect other to do the fight for you!

    Fight or die.

    • amerinorsk says:

      Hey Kenneth, exactly. We’ve all had to fight in order to have a safe home. We fight intruders that want to do us harm, we fight enemies at our shores and we will have to fight an oppressive regime that want’s nothing more then rule with a cruel, iron fist.

      It’s not Norway’s job to take these people in, instead they should realize that the only way to make a change is to stand up for yourself and your family, organize and say enough is enough!

      Running to other countries, saying they’re unfair and basically mocking that countries immigration laws is bull. Don’t leech off of what others have accomplished, instead accomplish the change of life you want.

      I’m the kind of guy, who feels that instead of letting everyone who wants a better life immigrate to our country(ies), give them the tools and support to make their own country a country they can be proud of and have a decent and happy life.

      Like I said, if you give a man a fish, he’ll eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he’ll always have fish. 🙂

  3. Kim says:

    Well said OP.

    Its a shame that our selected officials care more about their media rating than their countrys well beeing.

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