Monthly Archives: December 2009

Document.no: A different kind of anniversary

Document.no is a news-site which covers stories and perspectives Akersgata – Norway’s Fleet Street – and state broadcasting prefers to ignore.  While the Norwegian establishment pretends that Document.no does not exist, it is becoming increasingly evident that the little website…

Erik Fosse – “from Marxism to Islam”

The article above, by Jørgen Eliassen on October 19th in 1985, summarizes a debate in communist daily Klasskampen. The title runs “KK-debate on Iran: From Marxism to Islam“. The white text in the black block says: “The main debaters have unquestionably…

Extremists sully Norway’s reputation

When prominent Norwegians such as Mads Gilbert compare Cast Lead to the Warsaw ghetto of WWII this contaminates the entire debate. Consequentially other people jump on the bandwagon, assuming that if popular heroes like Mr.Gilbert does it, “so can I”.…

World learns about Dr.Mads

Russian Desperate Measures is keeping tabs on anti-Israel propaganda in contemporary Norway. They Russians know all too well what political extremists can do to a nation: В государстве Норвегия мирно проживает скромный (и явно недооценённый мировой общественностью) герой наших дней д-р…

Arab Media Lobby praises Norway

Ask a Norwegian journalist about the Arab Media Lobby and you will be waiting a long time for an answer. Regardless, the AML has good words for the Stoltenberg government. Excerpt below, read more here: Norway’s fellow Europeans fall short…

Trade journal on the security fence

The Norwegian trade journal “Ledelse og teknikk” (Leadership and technicalities) in supposed to cover just that, but often manages to slip in something on Palestine. In this years’ Christmas special there is a short article on the Israeli security fence…

Organ harvesting revisited

The story of organ harvesting is boomeranging back, though not in anything resembling Boström’s infamous article in Swedish Aftonbladet, an article which he himself has distanced himself from. More here. An excerpt: The Channel 2 report said that in the 1990s,…