From The Local: (Norway’s English language newspaper)
Conservative Party leader Erna Solberg – nicknamed “Iron Erna” – as Norway’s new prime minister is the leader of a centre-right coalition government that includes an an anti-immigration party.
A record number of foreign citizens are being deported from Norway, after the country’s police stepped up the use of deportation as a way of fighting crime. Some 5,198 foreign citizens were expelled from the country in 2013, an increase of 31 percent since 2012, when 3,958 people were deported.
“It is the highest number we’ve had ever,” Frode Forfang, head of the Directorate of Immigration (UDI), told NRK. “We believe that one reason for the increase is that the police have become more conscious of using deportation as a tool to fight crime.”
Nigerian citizens topped the list of those expelled for committing crimes, with 232 citizens expelled as a punishment in 2013, followed by Afghan citizens with 136 expelled as a punishment, and 76 Moroccans expelled as a punishment.
Afghan citizens topped the list of those expelled for violating the Immigration Act, with 380 expelled for this reason, followed by Iraqi citizens, 234 were expelled for violating the act.
Of course it is only natural for blind, sniveling liberal weenies to object to this drastic reduction in crime. Michael Booth, one such blind, sniveling liberal weenie, claims that the Norwegians are just Islamophobic spoiled brats, which obviously makes Michael Booth a complete moron, in addition to being a blind, sniveling liberal weenie.
Newsflash, Michael! The goal of the Norwegians, which you somehow completely missed, was to reduce crime, not to be less diverse (that golden term most often used by blind, sniveling liberal weenies to describe fellow self-righteous Utopians).
Also from The Local,
A British journalist writing in the Guardian newspaper has torn into the Norwegians, accusing them of being “fearful of outsiders”, harbouring a “disturbing Islamophobic subculture”, and polluting the world with their oil exports.
Michael Booth, whose wife is Danish, has lived in Denmark for a decade, working as a correspondent for Monocle Magazine, giving him time to reflect on the reality behind Britain’s recent infatuation with Nordic countries. Out of all the Nordic countries, he argues, Norwegians are the most closed.
“Ask the Danes, and they will tell you that the Norwegians are the most insular and xenophobic of all the Scandinavians,” he writes. “And it is true that since they came into a bit of money in the 1970s the Norwegians have become increasingly Scrooge-like, hoarding their gold, fearful of outsiders.”
The country has yet to come to come to terms with the ethics of being a major oil exporter in an age of global warming, he adds, saying they act like “the dealer who never touches his own supply”, going green domestically, while pumping out oil for the rest of us.