11 February, 2009

Knut Hamsun Honored in Norway

Posted by Socrates in Ezra Pound, Nazi era, Nazis, Norway, Quisling, Socrates at 7:41 pm | Permanent Link

Good heavens – a Quisling honored with a coin. Guess the bank isn’t Jewish-run. Note the mention of “psychiatric observation.” Ezra Pound was also held in a psychiatric facility – was that just a coincidence, or did the pro-Soviet “allies” want to make support of the Nazi cause seem “insane”?


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  7. One Response to “Knut Hamsun Honored in Norway”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      A street in Oslo was supposed to be named after Hamsun, but the idea was dropped after “public outrage”……….That means JEWISH outrage, of course. Norway was liberated by the German fallschirmjager and kept free from British occupation during WWII. I suppose that street was named after Nelson Mandela instead.

      Interesting and illustrative story: After the fighting in Norway was over, Hitler heard how well the Norwegians took care of their injured German POWs. In gratitude, Hitler ordered all Norwegian POWs released. So much for Hitler being a “monster”. And I know of no anti-German terrorist activities taking place in liberated Norway during the War.