Foreign Minister, Crown Prince and Oslo-bishop squat on mosque floor; apologizing for their sorry existence…

Dhimmitude on Steroids

Delusional: Foreign Minister, Crown Prince and Oslo-bishop (left) gathered in a Mosque in Oslo in search for peace.

The mayor promises never to hold Muslims responsible for future terror attacks:

 “If a Muslim ever does something that can’t be accepted, I promise I’ll never brand you,” Mayor Fabian Stang told the assembled.

You couldn’t make it up.

Norwegian Foreign Minister quoted the Koran in Mosque in Oslo

Jonas Gahr Støre said “sorry” to Muslims in Oslo. Than He quoted from the Koran, and claimed all religions work for unity and peace.

These people are insane.

 From News that matters:

The Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre was the first Free World minister to  (formally) recognize the Islamic terrorist organization The Hamas.

Tuesday evening, Gahr Støre was honoring the victim’s of Freemasonry terrorism, by reading from the Koran in a Mosque in Oslo. Gahr Støre also said sorry to all Muslims, that there were Norwegians who thought it was a Muslim who was behind the bomb in Oslo and massacre at Utøya.

Also the Bilderberger-member Crown Prince Håkon of Norway was gathered in the Mosque, and the Lutheran Bishop of Oslo Ole Kristian Kvarme.  Even the Conservative Party mayor of Oslo, Fabian Stang, was present in the Mosque.

This is what Foreign Minister Gahr Støre told the religious gathering:

“Today, the Norwegian people stand united across the borders of generations, politics and religion. We have come together to search for news strength”.

The Norwegian minister also quoted from the Koran, “words of comfort”.

Source: Sunnmørsposten.

My comment:

The title above this picture in this Norwegian regional daily was: “gathering around common Norwegian values”

It is worth noticing that a Minister in Norway feels sorry for a crime that was not committed. Not yet. One year ago, radical Muslims in Oslo threatened to copy the September 11 attack in Oslo.

At that time, Jonas Gahr Støre was not permitted to enter into a Mosque in Oslo, to read “words of comfort” from the Koran.

All Norwegians know, those who are not blind, that Islamic terrorists can strike Oslo at any moment. When they are seeing a professional fool like Gahr Støre apologizing inside a Mosque, Jihad soldiers all over the World must been full of joy honoring their suicide martyrs.

The Norwegians are slowly submitting to Islam. Their leaders are showing the way, and gathers inside Mosques to ask “allah” for protection.

The main question remains:

Is Jonas Gahr Støre a professional fool, or is he a secret agent for Hamas and Radical Islam?

Most likely a little of both. But the final agenda of men like Gahr Støre is to support the emerging Global Governance, that will set all national constitutions aside, and attack exclusivity claimed by religions. Followers of Jesus will be branded as evil and intolerant.We will stand powerless at the end of the age, persecuted and bruised.

 Daniel 11:36-40

 The King Who Exalts Himself
“The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt and magnify himself above every god and will say unheard-of things against the God of gods.

He will be successful until the time of wrath is completed, for what has been determined must take place. He will show no regard for the gods of his ancestors or for the one desired by women, nor will he regard any god, but will exalt himself above them all.

Instead of them, he will honor a god of fortresses; a god unknown to his ancestors he will honor with gold and silver, with precious stones and costly gifts. He will attack the mightiest fortresses with the help of a foreign god and will greatly honor those who acknowledge him. He will make them rulers over many people and will distribute the land at a price.

The Norwegian people have rejected God of the Bible. More destruction will follow. In panic and confusion their leaders will lead the full nation into submission to the Globalists, who promotes a One World Unity Government. This G8, or whatever name it will get, will be headed by the final wicked king. The last anti-Christ.

25 thoughts on “Foreign Minister, Crown Prince and Oslo-bishop squat on mosque floor; apologizing for their sorry existence…”

  1. For the first time in my life I’m deeply and actively ashamed of being Norwegian.

    Didn’t see the crown princess anywhere in the photo? Oh that’s right, she’s not allowed into that building in her own country, a democracy where men and women have equal rights – unless they’re ‘cultural’ of course.

  2. Her Royal Highness Dronning Sonja, the Queen
    At the opening of the Islamic Cultural Center in Oslo (2009)

    As Sonja takes tremendous interest in art, and always has, she also once was portrayed by Andy Warhol, and always visits galleries of art wherever she goes in the world.

    Islamic Cultural Centre (ICC)

    Did the Queen really know what kind of cultural center she was visiting this time? Of course, there is a mosque behind that name.

    The Queen had prepared for the visit to the cultural center, by putting a scarf around her head and taking off her shoes, only, as she followed the ways of the country stretching out her hand, the imam refused to shake her hand.

    Imam Mehboob ur-Rehman is head of the Islamic Cultural Center, which is directly associated with the political movement and party Jamaat-i-islami in Pakistan. Rehman is also sitting on the board of the European Fatwa Council, with Qaradawi.

    – Following Norwegian law
    And Sharia

    This VG-interview with Rehman is great material for studying taqiyya and kitman.

    – I take into consideration both Norwegian law, and sharia, because they are not contradictory. The Norwegian law gives me rights as a human and as a muslim.

    Rehman’s quick counselling on the net

  3. Cecilie, so where do you have that from? There were tons of women present in the photos. As far as I know, this is not a segregated mosque. But if you have a link I’d love to know.

    And let’s guess. How many muslims are there in Norway? There are 550000 foreigners in total in Norway (outta 4.7 million).

  4. Rehman agrees that imams – in Norway – should learn Norwegian. However, after 26 years in the country, he still doesn’t speak the language. He explains it by the fact that he was offered 2-300 hours lessons in Oslo, but after that.. Well, via his interpretor, he says he really should have made an effort.

    – All paid by the taxpayers. Of course.

  5. Heh, Rehman is a weirdo. But nothing creeps me out like insane people who tries to predict a doomsday by poor reading of the bible like the article above.

    If you can’t write anything without weak references to conspiracy theories then you should take time off the internet. I’ve seen people destroy their lives over that, and Jared Loughner was one of those who started shooting because his head was messed up by that trash. It’s no joke, and the world is better off if such people can focus on positive learning. 🙁

  6. Støre at Stiklestad 2011
    – We have to live with the otherness

    — What’s all this got to do with celebrating Christianization of Norway at Stiklestad 29 July 1030? —

    Standing ovation for Støre
    – Mastering conflict with dialogue

    Introducing “otherness”. Leaving ‘multiculturalism’ aside.

    Støre is proud to have reached an agreement with Russia in the Sea of Barents.

    Støre and Stoltenberg were giving away huge areas to Russia. Where and when took the discussions place? Why were these areas given away? Was it a gift from Støre and Stoltenberg? Was there a deal? What’s in it for the Norwegians?

  7. Thanks, coffee.

    Støre and Stoltenberg were giving away huge areas to Russia. Where and when took the discussions place? Why were these areas given away? Was it a gift from Støre and Stoltenberg? Was there a deal? What’s in it for the Norwegians?

    Looks like they been listening to pop music too much:

    We are the world
    We are the children
    We are the ones who make a brighter day
    So let’s start giving

    Wonder what the psychologists would say about that…..

  8. * Reindoctrination camps?

    “Sensitivity training”

    (Nice to see WoJ all back as it was :))

  9. * But nothing creeps me out like insane people who tries to predict a doomsday by poor reading of the bible like the article above.

    How about false prophets, who claim that Torah / Bible has been altered by men? 1.x billion currently follow such a “prophet”, to their doom.

  10. sheik, learn small subjects well. And not too read only things you want to read and you agree with. That way you can learn something well.

    Coffee, that thing took 40 years to negotiate, but it marked an end to a decades long diplomatic crisis. No woner Støhre is popular 🙂 . It was both give and take; most other sea-disputes might be solved using that model. However japan presents a head-ache currently due to a fake island.

  11. Mullah, I dislike all religions. And I feel Islam has problematic parts. But ignorance, violence, and hatred follows no religious lines. It’s all mentally sensitive humans trying to get along in a very complex world. And sticking to religions is a great way to create “us and them”. I feel no religion scores particulary well; even atheism gives me that annoying vibe.

  12. I wondered if it was an attack – I had been getting “resource limit” messages for some days, then last night I looked at an exploding Mo turban – then nothing…

  13. * Mullah, I dislike all religions.

    Fairy nuff, been, but you might be well advised to find out what the various religions are all about, for the next wars are religious, culminating with Armageddon, the big one, when Allah / Satan attempts to destroy Israel once & for all.

    Allah wants to be “Lord of the Worlds” (search), but all it can ever hope to be is the “god of this world” (search) or Lord of the Flies.

  14. Has anyone seen even a single Muslim of prominence come out and strongly condemn the Norway attacks?

    Does anyone wonder why that might be the case?

    Consider this: Breivik’s attack was a win-win for Islam. Not only did it misdirect attention away from Islamic terrorism towards the straw man of “fundamentalist Christian extremists”; but this crime also involved the deaths of almost 100 gay loving, pro-feminist Liberals.

    I’m confident that most people here recognize how Liberal crocodile-feeders are just the final dessert on Islam’s jihadist menu. Quite clearly, the Liberals themselves have no notion of this being the case.

    Far more disturbing in all of this was the anti-Israel indoctrination happening on Utøya and the Norwegian Foreign Minister being in attendance as well. Equally clear is that the hard-learned lessons of World War II have been altogether forgotten.

    I am obliged to speculate regarding when, where and what it will take for Norwegians to remember the term “Quisling” and act appropriately. Obviously ― and this is a truly sad indictment ― the recent death toll was nowhere near high enough for people to recall a lesson that should be permanently seared into the National memory.

    Forgetting such a vital history lesson bodes particularly ill for the Norwegian people.

  15. Been,
    Your inability to recognise that islam represents a clear and present danger should not prevent others from acting against islam and saving your sorry arse. Learn small things well – and take your own advice to heart.

  16. Zenster,
    Muslims don’t need to come out and condemn this attack as they are now pushing the victim card.. Oh noes we arse going to get the blame, card game.

    They along with their Left/Marxist muppets are going to milk this for all its worth.

  17. And now, the Prime Minister, too!

    On Friday, it’s the mosque. The reason: To mark that one week has passed since the attacks. (Hm…?) – What about next week, and the week after..?

    Mullah Krekar, still waiting for the expulsion to be executed, was in his mosque during the blast, his lawyer stated. Which mosque? Could Stoltenberg be having a chance to say hi to him in the mosque on Friday?

    1. Coffee, I love your stuff, but I don’t have the time to get it translated, so I can’t use it.

      If you speak Norwegian, please translate the most important bits so I can publish it.

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