Norwegian Fights Loxism
Posted by alex in Europe, loxism, Norway at 8:11 am | Permanent Link
Many Whites may not realize it, but destroying their own Nordic countries isn’t enough for the Scandinavian sector of our race. The naves were some of the biggest apologists and funders of the Marxist, jew-led ANC – the nigger terrorist group headed by Nelson Mandela, the one recently seen on youtube dancing and singing about murdering all Whites. Well, every sword has that other edge, and right now it’s cutting back on Israel, as the Scandies, the bold ones at least, have transferred their anti-apartheidism to Israel. We’ll take support where we can get it, while insisting that no matter what certain gullible northerners feel, protecting Whites from Africans and Muslims…and jews…needs no defense. “If you want to live, come with us.” If you want to die, let your big cities fill up with niggers and ragheads who hate you.
Norwegian novelist excoriates â€˜Godâ€™s chosenâ€™
But, not without consequence.
“For the first time in my life I have begun to look over my shoulder,” Gaarder said after his article was published in Aftenposten [last] Saturday.
The article, titled “God’s chosen people” has since been compared with Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”.
“The last few days have been tough. The language in the debate has been so hard that I have been frightened,” Gaarder, best known for the novel Sophie’s World, told newspaper Dagbladet.
“Being compared to “Mein Kampf” and called an anti-Semite was the hardest. That hurt me. My conscience drove me to write a text urging Israel to reconcile – it is far from anti-Semitic,” Gaarder said.
This guy is no lightweight, either. According to the blog, Sirocco, Jostein Gaarder is the author of Sophieâ€™s World (26m copies sold, printed in 53 languages) and Aftenposten is Norwayâ€™s paper of record, making his essay a formidable threat to the state of Israel.
The following is an excerpt from an unofficial translation at Sirocco:
â€œThere is no turning back. It is time to learn a new lesson: We do no longer recognize the state of Israel. We could not recognize the South African apartheid regime, nor did we recognize the Afghan Taliban regime. Then there were many who did not recognize Saddam Husseinâ€™s Iraq or the Serbsâ€™ ethnic cleansing. We must now get used to the idea: The state of Israel in its current form is history.
We do not believe in the notion of Godâ€™s chosen people. We laugh at this peopleâ€™s fancies and weep over its misdeeds. To act as Godâ€™s chosen people is not only stupid and arrogant, but a crime against humanity. We call it racism.
There are limits to our patience, and there are limits to our tolerance. We do not believe in divine promises as justification for occupation and apartheid. We have left the Middle Ages behind. We laugh uneasily at those who still believe that the God of flora, fauna, and galaxies has selected one people in particular as his favorite and given it funny stone tablets, burning bushes, and a license to kill.
We call child murderers â€˜child murderersâ€™ and will never accept that such have a divine or historic mandate excusing their outrages. We say but this: Shame on all apartheid, shame on ethnic cleansing, shame on every terrorist strike against civilians, be it carried out by Hamas, Hizballah, or the state of Israel!â€
He goes on to acknowledge Europe’s deep responsibility for Jewish suffering, but says that Israel “has massacred its own legitimacy.”He alludes to boycotting Israeli goods and deplores the images of little Israeli girls signing bombs. Finally, he chastises Israel for failing to learn from human history and warns of dire consequences.
For two thousand years, we have rehearsed the syllabus of humanism, but Israel does not listen . . .
* * *If the entire Israeli nation should fall to its own devices and parts of the population have to flee the occupied areas into another diaspora, then we say: May the surroundings stay calm and show them mercy.
Read it yourself – It will go down in history as one of the harshest castigations of the state of Israel and its ideology of chosen-ness.You might also want to read the perspective at Xymphora, where I stumbled on to this story.
This is truly a watershed moment. Where it goes from here is unclear. But, Gaarder is right, there is no turning back.