Hilde Henriksen Waage comes out of her dusty cupboard to slam Christian Democrat Party’s new policies on Israel as violation of intl. law

Last time I checked she was a professor of history (although not quite managing to get her ducks lined up in a row), but it was unknown to me that she is also a specialist on international Law? Maybe she is trying to sexy up her CV?

Lifted wholesale from tundratabloids.com – well worth clicking on the link to see video they have posted there.


Posted on 28/04/2013 by KGS
Signs of intelligent life causes uproar within the radical left.

The Norwegian paper Aftenposten is of course against the Israel-friendly policy of the Norwegian Christian Democrats, and seeks out the extremist voices on the Left to discredit its rational, logical based party platform. The use of the term ”expert” in this hit piece describing NTNU Jørgen Jens Haugen, should be understood only as ”a licence to violate our common sense.”

These ”experts” would want you to believe that there are no qualified lawyers in Israel whose specialty is in international law, who are more than able to eloquently build a case for Israel’s right to be within Judea and Samaria. These clowns would love for you to remain ignorant of the San Remo Conference in which Jewish right to settle the land in question was introduced into legal binding legislation and codified into international law within the then League of Nations which the UN was duty bound to adopt as well.



NOTE: These are the same hypocrites who speak about international law, while Norway is committed under international law to bring Iran and Hamas leaders to an international court under the UN Genocide Convention.

Norwegian christian democrat party policy towards israel condemend by anti-israel politicians 28.4.2013

If the Conservative Party leader Erna Solberg gets first choice met in the fall – one four party government – Norway will get a government in which two parties, the Christian Democratic Party and the Progress Party, want a new policy towards Israel and the Middle East.

Middle East expert Jørgen Jens Haugen, NTNU, says its Israel program is vague, contradictory, but overall pro-Israeli. He says the tone of the program has “acquitted” Israel.

– There is a lot missing. The word occupation is not mentioned, nor Israel’s responsibility. Right of return for the Palestinian refugees from 1947 and their descendants, is indisputable in terms of international law.

FRP competition

He believes the Christian Democratic party platform for the Middle East is mostly aimed at the domestic market, the Norwegian voters.

– The current government has been somewhat at odds with the Israeli government. It’s Christian Democratic voters are unhappy with it. This is probably why as much about the Christian Democratic Party and the Progress Party is a strong competition for the votes of Israel’s supporters in Christian Norway.

Middle East historian Hilde Henriksen Waage says KrF Israel policy for the next period breaks dramatically with the principles of Norwegian foreign policy.

– It is remarkable that the Christian Democratic Party in a new party program speaks of self-government and not a two-state solution. But I still think formulations of neighboring countries’ responsibility to solve the refugee problem is the most serious. This is a thinking man must go back to the ’50s to find as they conjured the “Arab stammefrendene” to take responsibility for other Arabs. The formulations have an imperial feel to it.

– Violation of Bondevik line

Waage is surprised that a “party who has ambitions to become a ruling party in 2013 chisels out a manifesto that violate international law.”

– Can Christian Democrats, along with FRP, getting approval for a new foreign policy?

– This is a break with Kjell Magne Bondevik line, and the policy KrF-Secretary Vollebaek (1997-2000) was responsible. So we do not know about KrF or FRP can get foreign minister in a new government. This is far from the Conservative point of view, but a new four party government has to also FRP and KrF get through, so it’s hard to tell.

3 comments for “Hilde Henriksen Waage comes out of her dusty cupboard to slam Christian Democrat Party’s new policies on Israel as violation of intl. law

  1. Martin
    April 29, 2013 at 7:58 am

    The Arab Nazis with their arms raised, I wonder if they are Sieg Heiling or just screaming in Arabic to slaughter the descendents of pigs and monkeys?

  2. de Bacle
    April 29, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    Aftenposten as its main web-site news, presents a report of resolutions of the annual meeting of the Christian Democratic Party (KRF).
    But the report only pretends to be a news report of the meeting itself, it isn’t.

    The headline as well as the figure legend, and the main text is an overemphasized account only of criticisms of (some) KRF resolutions, criticism of resolutions that relate to Israel and the refurbished KRF ME policy.

    Aftenposten focuses and reports on, not the news itself, the KRF resolutions, but the criticism of one of them. Neither does it It present any alternative viewpoint or counterarguments to the criticism. This is disqualified Journalism.

    Because the conclusion is unequivocal, the report is not intended as news, it is propaganda, a conscious agenda and newspaper abuse coming from the Marxist left in Aftenposten. (They don’t have to worry about possible reactions, the indoctrinating garbage has done its job by the time the reactions come).

    This, Stanghelle, is why you have to worry about defending democracy and free informtion from ause my the media.

  3. de Bacle
    April 29, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    One of the Aftenposten experts, Jørgen Jensenhaugen, represents marginal ME views, even for controversial Norway. The level of Aftenpostens misrepresentation of “ME-experts” can be appreciated if on notes that the Jensenhaugen office at NTNU, contrary to the UN, EU, US and even Norways MFA, recognizes only Hamas as the rightful representatives of the Palestinians (Interview in Aftenposten:
    http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/uriks/Hvilken-betydning-hadde-dette-for-dagens-Gaza-konflikt-7051607.html#.UX7IQvHtS0w – he thinks it “absurd that Hilary Clinton talked to the two parties in Jerusalem and Ramalla” instead of talking to Hamas – the correct party”.)

    Jensenhaugen, on prime time TV in 2009, also defended the delinquents during the Oslo riots in 2009, riots that the lefty (!) intellectual Eirik Eiglad branded as the most anti-semitic demonstrations ever in Norway. (Jensenhaugen: “I don’t want to defend the rioters, but….”)

    The rest of the Aftenposten “experts” are equally infamous anti-semites – by virtue of their consistent one-sided Israel hate.

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