Trøndere viste avsky mot nazisme

Trøndere viste avsky mot nazisme

Blant dem som deltok lørdag ettermiddag var musikeren Åge Aleksandersen og hans svenske kollega Mikael Wiehe, som fremførte «En sång til modet».

Leder av internasjonalt utvalg i LO, Karim Esshali, sa i sin appell at Trondheim ikke ønsker noen nazister i byen.

Dagbladet

Seriøst? Hva faen er det norge driver med? Når er det sist gang en gjeng av nazister fløy rundt, voldtok jenter å ranet folk midt på gata? Nazister, sist gang jeg sjekket, var ikke ett problem. Heller innvandringer som begår grovt kriminalitet uten at noen tørr å si noe uten å bli stemplet som rasister! Altså, en sterk norsk-fientlig holdning skal vi tolerere fordi det kommer fra “minoriteter”. Jeg blir kvalm.

Men så ser jeg at norge er helt OK med kommunister – som har drept ENDA fler folk en det nazistene gjorde!

Ta en titt på en av de plakatene i bakgrunnen… Ja, det er kommunister som får lov til å ytre sin hatfulle ideologi. Stalin å de kommunistiske landene i verden har drept 100x mer en det hitler noen gang kunne drømme om!

Jeg beklager, blir helt fra meg. Vi er i ett land som godtar alt det onde kommunistene har gjort igjennom tiden. Vi er ett land som snur en blind øye til innvandring problemet som foregår å koster norske folk sine liv å helse… Men fy faen vi skal stå imot noe som tilnærmet IKKE ekisterer!

Bedre sagt på engelsk:

Norway faces so many problems in this day and age. Nazism is dead. Only a handful of idiots run around now believing Hitler was a good man. But Nazism and Communism belong in the same category, yet Norway doesn’t see a problem with an ideology that’s been harmful to millions upon millions upon millions. Does anyone here see the irony (and stupidity) here? Stalin was responsible for more deaths then Hitler. Communist countries today (like North Korea) are evil dictatorships. Yet, Norway is going on a march against Nazism…

It’s only a “feel good” march where they can band together and pretend they’re doing something worth while. But in reality, it’s not effecting anyone or anything. Why not march against the Norwegian-hating attitude many immigrants from the Middle-East exhibit? Why not start marching against the rape spree committed by non-western (i.e. Muslim-Arab and Muslim-African’s) immigrants in Oslo? Because like it or not, immigrants have hurt Norway more then any Neo-Nazi group has.

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Madina Salamova’s personal “frepper”.

Well, looks like we’ve got another one of Madina Salamova’s personal “freppere” here.

As you can see, they’re incapable of making any form of coherent post and instead resort to childish name calling. Very reminiscent of the other Madina frepper although he was a little more eloquent even though he lacked any critical thinking and logic.


Back to the Future: It’s the 90’s again!

Welcome to the past, 1997 to be exact.  I find myself reminiscing more and more about “the past”.  I was a teen in the late 90’s and had a pretty good time in Highschool, girls, American football, music, movies…  It was a fun time.  It feels like that time has passed on by and we’re now forced to work hard, the mysterious and vast world that was in front of us have become a little less mysterious and a little smaller.

But hey, we’ve got our memories and that’s what this post is about.  So let’s take a travel back in time and hopefully this will jar some of your memories. 🙂

First stop is the girls from the United Kingdom, the Spice Girls.  Who can’t get that catchy tune outta their head?

If you wanna be my lova, ya gotta get with my friends! Oh, sorry.  Didn’t realize the song was done.  But that wasn’t the only song from 1997 that made an impact, how about Sugar Ray?  What, you’ve never heard of them?  Shame, shame on you!

How about TV shows?  What were some of your favorites?  One of mine were “Just Shoot Me!” known as “Blush” here in Norway.

Dennis was the best, just loved him to death. “It’s Finchy time!” Haha!

The following year, 1998 also had it’s highlights.  Like the television series “Charmed” which ended in 2006!

How cute where those girls?  I don’t know about ya’ll, but Alyssa Milano was my dream girl! 😉  How about music?  Well, I’m not a huge fan of Korn, but their “Freak on a Leash” was pretty good.

I also discovered Duncan Sheik during this time.  I had just broken up with my girlfriend Kathryn and was deep in heartache.  However Duncan Sheik has become one of my favorite artists who I listen to daily.

How about clothes?  Not sure what you guys had in Norway during the 90’s, but in the U.S. as a teen, I’d often shop at Old Navy, Hot Topic, Pacific Sunwear (now PacSun) and one of my favorite brands as a typical “90’s skater” were Jnco jeans.

Well, hopefully you’ve got a little flashback today and this isn’t all the good things from the 90’s by far.  And maybe you’ll share some of your favorites in the comments?


Rihannas S&M-lek forbudt i 11 land…

Just read an “interesting” article at Dagbladet.no which you can read by clicking here which talks about Rihanna and her new “music” video.

Which leads me to ask…

What ever happened to class? Did that die out with good music too?  I mean seriously, this is just bordering on the stupid.  I see the music world today as a freak show and attention whoring to see who gets the most viewers/listeners/subscribers.  The trashier you are, the more “popular” you are.

Worst of all, we allow our kids to watch this stuff and to look up to them!  And another thing to think about: What will *we* be remembered for in a couple of hundred years?  Wars and shitty music?  Unlike previously, where we had the works of Mozart, Beethoven etc. which are classic masterpieces in the truest sense of the word.  I highly doubt a future civilization will look back at our time and say, “Wow, a meat dress and a shit load of auto-tune!  Now THAT was class!”…

I’m just ashamed of what America produces now a day’s.  Auto-tuned hits which require little to no skill to make.  And to prove my point, see the awesome video below.

P.S.
Sorry for the short blog entry, I’ve been up for 31 hours and am beat.  As you could already probably tell by my incoherent rants. 😉  I’d also like to state for the record that I listen to a lot of music ranging from jazz to blues, rock to thrash metal, industrial to electronic.  I just can’t get over the main stream’s idea of “music” and “style”.

And for those of you who’ve forgotten what real class looks like, here you go

 


Mind Blowing: Ronald Jenkee

I love music, all flavors.  Which is when I hear something new, which isn’t often, I just have to share it.  This guy loves what he does and it shows!

Check out more of his awesome music at his Youtube!


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If you’re still watching it, it’s a joke!  Sorry, no girls in the shower for you! 😉


African country set to make breaking wind (farting) a crime

Breaking wind is set to be made a crime in an African country.

The government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders ‘who foul the air’ in a bid to ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.’

Read the rest at MailOnline

Well, how do you like that?  Fart and go to jail!  Oh man, there’s some stupid laws out there, America having many of them, but this just takes the cake!