Gjest innlegg – Voldtekter i Oslo

Dette er noe som provoserer meg sterkt. Har selv hatt en i familien min som er blitt utsatt for voldtekt så dette slår meg nærme.

Leste nettop på Dagbladet.no:

(Dagbladet): «Han rev av jenta buksene mens han lå oppå henne. Han hadde sine egne bukser nede og begynte med bevegelser som tilsa at han var i gang med voldtekten.»

Slik beskriver et vitne en overfallsvoldtekt av en tilsynelatende bevisstløs kvinne på en t-banestasjon i Oslo tidligere i år.

«Jeg løp bort og sparket ham i siden slik at han rygget av jenta.»

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Mannen av afrikansk opprinnelse skal da ha dratt offeret til en benk på perrongen. Vitnet tok et bilde av mannen og den fornærmede mens han holdt fast i henne på benken.

Og bildet som følgte med:

Ved massivt innvandringen som det er i dag, gjør vi flere ting. Blant annet ødelegger vi fremtiden til barna vår, vi ødelegger sikkerheten vi har klart å få her i norge pluss, vi ødelegger for mange innvandrer her i landet takk til null integrering.

Er det ikke herlig å bo i det “nye norge”?

Link til Dagbladet.no’s artikkel

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Regjeringen anmelder SOS Rasisme

Regjeringen anmelder SOS Rasisme

Barne-, likestillings- og inkluderingsdepartementet (BLD) har politianmeldt SOS Rasisme for bedrageri og falsk forklaring til offentlig myndigheter.
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– Jeg kan bekrefte at vi har mottatt en anmodning om etterforskning av SOS Rasisme fra Barne- og likestillingsdepartementet, sier konstituert politimester Trond Sekkingstad i Haugaland og Sunnhordland politidistrikt til Dagbladet.

Departementet mener SOS Rasisme har oppgitt over 30.000 for mange medlemmer over minst to år, noe som har ført til stor pengestøtte til organisasjonen.

I don’t know much about this organization except they hound people who don’t agree to their point of view. I’ve heard that they’ve been suspected of cheating with their membership numbers before, but nothings ever come of it.

Hopefully now, this ignorant group will be taken down once and for all.


Reddet 500 hunder…

There’s a story on Dagbladet.no which says that roughly five hundred dogs were saved from being eaten in China.

There was also a poll affixed to the story which read, “Is it OK to eat dogs?”. I’m a person who has spent time in China, never eaten a dog though and I find it ludicrous that people in Norway are asked such a question. Many people in China are very poor, not even able to afford rice on a regular basis which is one of their mainstays. So meat in general can be very difficult to come by and dog meat is a viable alternative to many Chinese. It’s also semi-ingrained in their culture. But does that make it right? I don’t know, I love dogs (and cats, well any animal) and I would personally never eat a dog. But the problem here which Dagbladet didn’t touch on as far as I read is how the dogs are treated before they become food for the Chinese.

And that’s the real problem in my opinion. They’re beaten and abused, shoved into a small cage before being shipped to the slaughter house. But then again, the Chinese in general have a very poor view on animal lives. And we in the Western world do pretty much the same to our animals. So it’s not just the Chinese who treat the animals with very little respect.

But one thing we do differ is how we actually kill the animals. Even if it isn’t very successful, American (and Western) farms in general tries to use euthanasia on the animals before they’re slaughtered. Not so in China, especially not for dogs used for food or cheap leather. When it comes to food, the dogs are tortured beyond belief because they believe this makes the animal taste better when consumed. This is something that honestly upsets me. Then you have the dogs killed for cheap leather and fur. These animals are skinned alive without any form of euthanasia.

I’ll be attaching a couple of videos, but you *might* want to turn your volume down in order to watch. (I have to.)

My point that I was trying to make is that it isn’t about the Chinese eating dogs, but how they torture them before they’re served as food and the general lack of Chinese empathy towards dogs and animals in general.