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Fear and artistic freedom – again

Document.no reports of yet another case of intimidation. Caveat: the translation below is from Document.no’s transcript of a radio broadcast. Reliability will be lost on the way. Also, Hans Rotmo is not a statistician or demographer. He is a good…

Document.no: Pogroms in Oslo

Document.no is more than a blog, it is a community. Whatsmore it is intelligent, well-mannered and subsequently growing, which makes a lot of people somewhat worried. Document.no now offers a lengthy post on Norwegian author Eirik Eiglad’s book “The anti-jewish…

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…

A secret meeting in Oslo

Oslo December 11th: Obama is in town and thousands have congregated outside Grand hotel in order to applaud him. Sixteen individuals have chosen to do something else with our time. We have met in a secret hideaway, most of us…

NTNU alumnus speaks out

Document.no is the place to be if you want to read up on what Akersgata leaves out. It does require that you read Norwegian though, most of the time. Every now and then they post in English. Here is an…

Norway no longer invisible

In the old days Norway was known for being nouveau riche viking state of lutefisk and fierce WWII resistance fighters. These days our new historians tell us that there were more collaborators than we thought and that while the women…

Document.no: The day after

According to Norwegian Aftenposten, Swedish Aftonbladet (remember Donald Boström’s blood-libel?) blames the defeat of the right-of-centre block, not surprisingly, on the Progress Party for being who they are and thereby forcing the smaller centre parties into the left-of-centre block. The…

Irshad Manji debates Tariq Ramadan

By Hans Rustad at Document.no, one of the nation’s finest websites.  Irshad Manji debated Tariq Ramadan for the first time in Oslo on Friday. It turned into a very interesting exchange. Ramadan was from the start exasperated with Manji. And…

To the right

Document.no runs an interesting post today on the American writer Bruce Bawer. Here’s an excerpt from Document.no’s introduction: Bruce Bawer is making an important contribution in enlightening the Americans about events in Europe: even well informed, educated Americans have no…