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Norway's Terrorism in Context

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Submitted by Judith Davies (United States), Jul 27, 2011 at 18:08

It is not surprising that young Europeans as well as young Islamic radicals are hot under the collar having to compete with each other for political and/or economic control. This is the new generation who garners instant access to information and wants instant gratification, especially with little left to work for regarding a positive future. They see none. They see only the discontent of their youth and competition with each other for their own survival. They see multi-cultural cooperation as irrelevant. Islam is bent on controlling the world and eventually there will be more Behring's. His ways do not solve the problem and hurting or killing innocents will not stop the onslaught of Islamic Jihad. Once Norway's government starts protecting its own people, the Behring's will quiet down. It is a sad day.

I come from a long line of Norwegians. This is not our way. It is time to return to prayer and away from a secular government that permits literally anything...look what got in! Sometimes an open society can be so permissive it will destroy itself. Its time for Norway to find its backbone and take an interest in the future of its young people and protect their heritage. France is waking up finally. Good Muslims like people everywhere need to learn to assimilate. Political correctness has allowed them to take over neighborhoods, rape women, and threaten the lives of Norwegians with no remorse. This was not the proper response,but I am surprised it took so long. It was going to happen, sadly.


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