Document.no - By: Ragnar Larsen 31 December 2021
Norway goes from the old year over to a new one with the same rulers without goals and direction.
And what's even worse: The people's future hopes are being dashed. National ties that have held the people together are weakening. The political elites have their heart elsewhere than in the people who have elected them. Own hobbies and global sensory deceptions are put before the people's primary needs.
Three generations ago, almost all the people were in need, but a determined policy that focused on business growth and equitable distribution lifted an entire nation out of poverty. In our time, the poor are in the minority, but those in power still fail to prevent new poverty from taking hold. The elites see a different path than to those in need.
The power plants are the common property of the people, but electricity prices should indicate that they are owned by someone else. The Storting has placed the right of control over the people's own power in foreign hands.
The delusions of the ruling elites testify to a political psychosis. The ruling classes have captivated themselves in a neurosis that if Norwegian electricity is sent out of the country to stimulate the green shift, the world will be a better place. For the first time since the 1950s, power rationing and night switching may again be relevant. The price forecasts for electricity are such that Hydro has already shelved two giant industrial projects. Electricity prices promote deindustrialization.
The world needs more oil, but it just should not be produced in Norway. An industry that has created popular prosperity and 200,000 jobs are at stake. The government has decided that no new exploration blocks will be announced next year. Nobody knows if there will be more oil exploration on the Norwegian shelf at all. Loss of Norwegian oil is quickly replaced by other countries' suppliers.
What should people live on after the oil? The answer is clear to everyone: Climate rescue and the import of Muslims. The more Muslims, the better the living conditions and value creation of Norwegians. The deeper the elites let the tax collectors stick their clammy fingers into people's pockets to finance so-called climate measures, the higher the people's happiness and hope for the future rises.
The Constitution states that the kingdom is indivisible. Nevertheless, in larger Norwegian cities, parallel societies are growing up based on imported cultures and values other than those of the Constitution. Those in power not only allow this to happen, they stimulate development. For it is not the ruling social classes who get their daughters raped, their sons stabbed or their cars set on fire. When the abuses are out of the sight of the elites, they are also out of their minds.
The Norwegian Church, which for a thousand years united the people in a national community, has replaced religion with politics and today casts evangelical splendor over the spirit of the times. NRK linked the Norwegian together for decades but is now barely able to produce a program without people from Asia and Africa.
The class differences are increasing - and it is happening consciously. It becomes easier for those in power to rule with the inhabitants when people are played off against each other. Divide and Conquer!
The confidence of the political elites is severely weakened. Not all members of the Storting know where they live anymore. Before the Freedom of Movement Act was repealed, the homeless were sent for improvement to an institution on Jæren. Now they end up in the Storting's presidency.
The elite government also continues under the new government, which before the election claimed that "now is the turn of the common people". The Støre government's dramatic fall in opinion polls is an expression of the greatest loss of confidence in modern history in such a short time. Like the previous government, the current one seems to be without direction. The whole government project is to keep itself in power.
Weakened national ambitions do not spread to the international ones. The state pours money into so-called assistance without the Office of the Auditor-General being able to demonstrate positive effects. This is happening at the same time as the residents of many Norwegian elderly institutions are being malnourished.
What Norway now needs is a popular uprising against misrule. Let's hope we can see the beginning and promising signs in that direction in the new year!
We wish each other a happy new year - in spite of all!
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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