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|Posted by: Blue Eyed May 25 2006, 01:39 PM|
k.... guess I've got to chit chat all on my own in here.... as I seem to be the only European in here...
so what's new in the Norwegian newspapers this week?
the US seems to hate us...
so what’s new...
we are free-thinkers...
and the US don't like that...
now we are quarrelling about the new JSF-jets… If you’re not gonna pay – you can’t play…. says the US to Norway...
|Posted by: Blue Eyed May 25 2006, 01:43 PM|
not too long ago the US wanted to stop 'Hamas' from visiting Norway -
says Foreign Minister Støre to Aftenposten: http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article1290604.ece
|Posted by: Mark May 25 2006, 03:30 PM|
| IMO, Hamas seems to serve the interests of Israel more than Palestinians.
Hamas will have some mortars or grenade launchers aimed at Jewish settlements and then Israel retaliates by busting down the doors of "suspected" militants with a free ticket to murder more children.
IMHO, Hamas serves Israel
Always ask yourself, WHO BENEFITS?
|Posted by: Mark May 25 2006, 03:33 PM|
| Also, where does Hamas get all of these cool toys (weapons?) while the real oppressed people have mere stones to throw at tanks?
IMO, the beings who create and distribute weapons of death are the real terrorists.
|Posted by: Mark May 25 2006, 03:37 PM|
| Blue Eyed, I don't hate Norweigans or any Europeans.
Don't believe everything you read in the news.
Our US govt does NOT represent its good people.
Our US govt only represents the greedy selfish Americans who live in a dog-eat-dog world and who want it all.
"He who dies with the most toys wins"
~ New American Motto
|Posted by: redniut May 25 2006, 05:07 PM|
| hi blue eyed,
absolutely not the only european
but i do not live in europe anymore...
|Posted by: Blue Eyed May 28 2006, 09:30 AM|
and just be "that" mysterious European that you wanna be - I'm not going to data mine you!! lol just cool to know you’re there
Pupp, don't take me that serious ok...
|Posted by: Mark May 28 2006, 09:38 AM|
| Ok, I won't.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed May 28 2006, 10:17 AM|
Thanks Pupp!!! Read into my writings some irony from time to time
When it comes to those JFS-jets…. I think you (the US) are testing us in some ways. And why test out the little country of ours?
Because we last year decided to pull out our forces from the Iraqian war which we heavily protested against anyway??!
That we’ve decided to pull out our F16’s from the NATO-forces of Afghanistan?? Or maybe because our Government brought out the “crazy” idea of a boycott of the Israeli products (like oranges lol) because of the occuptaion of the Palestinians?? lol
Oh… and I think that the main reason to invite the Hamas was to find some diplomatic ways to make them accept the state of Israel. And something went wrong.
|Posted by: Wahya May 28 2006, 08:38 PM|
| Look at this face. Who can hate norwegians?
|Posted by: Mark May 28 2006, 09:17 PM|
George W. Bush in all of his glory compiled of images of dead soldiers in his war over lies and profits.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed May 29 2006, 11:17 AM|
Åhhhhh såååååå skjønn... Thor is absolutely gorgeous and he looks so joyful in the pic. You'll just have to love that face - Norwegian or not
Pupp! I've never seen that "soldier"-pic of Bush before...... what a sad human being he is.
|Posted by: Mark May 29 2006, 11:29 AM|
| Wahya, is that really Thor?
Such a loving looking guy ...I just wanna hug him.
|Posted by: Mark May 29 2006, 11:30 AM|
| Hi Blue Eyed, isn't that an amazing likeness of the liar and thief using the victims that his race/species has sent off to die in their war for profits and genocide?
I do not know who created it, but they did an excellant job.
|Posted by: Wahya May 29 2006, 07:48 PM|
| Yeah that's my Thor.
lsnt he a sweetheart?
He's just as friendly as he looks too.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jun 2 2006, 05:30 AM|
I want to let my fingers run through his soft thick fur
Hopefully he wouldn't bite!
More news from my corner of the world:
Norwegian satanists burned down several churches in the 90's. I guess this is why they prepare.
|Posted by: Blackbetty Jun 2 2006, 05:48 AM|
Hi BE!...never mind about hell=666 read the joke I just posted on the Aussie thread....visit down under and find out what HOT is LOL!!
|Posted by: Wahya Jun 2 2006, 02:02 PM|
Thor has never bitten anyone. He's a big teddy bear.
6-6-06 is my birthday
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jun 7 2006, 03:08 AM|
well, nothing happened on 06-06-06
That woman rules!!!
|Posted by: uggliozzi Jun 7 2006, 02:14 PM|
| Onya Kristin Halvorsen! A step in the right direction. If only more people had the backbone to reject immoral companies.
I recommend to all PuPP's People to stay aware and not to buy products that are from employers who abuse, exploit or pollute. A couple of sport shoe manufacturers spring quickly to mind along with a whole nation east of China - you know the one which lies to the world about killing whales.
|Posted by: Wahya Jun 7 2006, 03:01 PM|
How many of these can you name ? Employers who dont abuse, exploit, or pollute?
|Posted by: uggliozzi Jun 7 2006, 06:58 PM|
| Good Point Wahya.
Perhaps I should say to boycott those who attract attention as being immoral.
Give precedence to those who, in your own experience, are OK.
|Posted by: Wahya Jun 11 2006, 11:40 AM|
| lt's hard to think of isnt it?
By their very nature, the big corps of today are just that - abusers, exploiters, and polluters.
IMO... buy locally from small businesses when you can.
Support your local farmer's market. Buy from local craftsmen.
lt's easier for me because we live in rural ohio. There's amish and mennonites out here, as well as plain ol' country folks who sell surplus goods from their own small farms.
|Posted by: Mark Jun 11 2006, 02:13 PM|
| Here's some Norway
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jun 15 2006, 05:34 AM|
I was out of the country and didn't get the news until this week!!
It landed not too far from where my sister lives... she didn't hear a damn thing but some of her neighbours woke up though. It wasn't as big as the first breaking news said, it was extremely exaggerated!! Haha... but it made the headlines all over the world didn't it!!!
Here's one of the possible impact points of fragments from the meteorite:
Edit to add:
The meteor landed up in North of Norway.
I'm living in South of Norway so no one did see it down here anyway....
|Posted by: uggliozzi Jun 15 2006, 02:08 PM|
| Blue Eyed, pity you are so far away. Jewellery made from genuine meteorite fragments might be a good seller.
I know that if a piece of meteorite came up on ebay, I'd make my bids. Imagine holding a rock from space. Like holding a Neanderthal skull.........soooo precious.
(I've never done either - poorer for the non-experience.)
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jun 19 2006, 09:48 AM|
| I agree uggliozzi!! But I guess they sell them for scientific researches only...
I'd loved a necklace of meteor-stone pearls!
Latest news of the day:
Update on "Norwegian Doomsday vault"
Read more on the vault here from the webpage of the Global Crop Diversity Trust
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jun 19 2006, 10:05 AM|
Edit to add:
A "fail-safe system for the planet" they say.... the Svalbard-region will be like an impregnable fortress if the cyclical warming we experience now shifts to a new cyclical cooling.... http://imageshack.us
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Oct 24 2006, 03:20 AM|
We don't get any strait answers from the Russians if they actually have put'em up there intentionally... or if someone did this as a joke...
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Nov 30 2006, 12:51 AM|
Just posted in the earthchange-section about the strange weather up here.
In fact my Primula's/Primroses and Daisies are still flowering...
Several ski resorts in the mountains opened for the season a few weeks ago, but even there, the weather has simply been too warm for good skiing conditions.
let it snow let it snow let it snow... so the children can have some fun.
|Posted by: Mark Nov 30 2006, 12:59 AM|
| Hi Blue Eyed, we've had an arctic chill roll in and I finally had to fire up the gas wall heater.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Nov 30 2006, 01:01 AM|
More news from my country:
Nowegians still aren't embracing the thought of EU membership
In fact our new license plates made some people see red....
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Nov 30 2006, 01:10 AM|
you need to put on something warm then! bbrrrhh....
We haven't fired up all the electric ovens/heathers yet here... that's good because the prices of electricity have been really expensive this autumn because of little rain in the summer.
Now it's been raining a lot for 5-6 weeks so prices are down.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 1 2006, 04:56 AM|
How far will EU go to try to stop Norway from building this prototype?
That's an interesting question!
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 8 2006, 03:47 AM|
Hei! I saw Washington Post has picked up on our “dear” Mullah Krekar (Najumuddin Faraj Ahmad )… a terrorist protected by the Norwegian Government. Also Actually he’s protected by both right-winged and left-winged politicians! The majority of the Norwegian people want him OUT of the country. He has made the headlines more than once in the news in Norway – talking about the greatness of Bin-Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi among other things. He’s the founder of Ansar al-Islam, and has 'secretly'visited the region close to the Iranian border - at the same time as he claims that it's to dangerous for him to return!
Why the Norwegians don’t want him here? One important thing is that it makes other terrorists think that this is a great country to hide in! Just look of some of the headlines from the news:
14 12 2005
Terror suspects were headed to Oslo
Two of the three Algerians arrested on terrorism charges in Italy in November were headed back to Norway, according to the chief investigator.
"We believe that the three Algerians see Norway as a calm and safe place to stay," chief Naples court
17 11 2005
More hidden terrorists in Norway
The Algerians arrested in Italy are not the only potential terrorists in Norway, security forces said Thursday.
"We know that there are persons in Norway today that can be linked to the terrorist network abroad," Martin Bernsen, information adviser at the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) told Aftenposten.no.
The PST will not disclose how many persons they are referring to, or how many different nationalities are involved.
Here's part of the article from Washinton post:
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 8 2006, 04:01 AM|
Some more articles about Krekar:
22 06 2006
Krekar honors al-Zarqawi
Mullah Krekar has praised both Osama bin Laden and the recently killed Iraqi al-Qaida leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in an interview with a Kurdish newspaper.
13 03 2006
Krekar claims Islam will win
Norway's most controversial refugee, Mullah Krekar, told an Oslo newspaper on Monday that there's a war going on between "the West" and Islam. He said he's sure that Islam will win, and he also had praise for suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
Krekar threatens Norway
Norway's most controversial refugee has lodged a threat against the country that has hosted him and his family for the past 14 years. Mullah Krekar calls his possible deportation "an offense" that shouldn't go unpunished.
Oslo newspaper Aftenposten reported Tuesday that Krekar, in an interview with Arab TV station Al-Jazeera, vowed he will never go along with a deportation order issued by Norwegian authorities. Cabinet Minister Erna Solberg initially ordered him sent out of the country in February 2003, calling Krekar a threat to the country.
He told Al-Jazeera, therefore, that "everyone must know" that a deportation to Iraq "is an offense that shouldn't be made without punishment."
Krekar wasn't specific, however, about what kind of punishment he thinks Norway should receive if a court upholds Solberg's deportation order.
"I have faith in Allah," Krekar told Al-Jazeera in the text of the interview dated August 31. "I defend my rights in their court just like Western people defend their rights. I am patient like they are patient. But if my patience runs out, I will react like Orientals do."
14 6 2005
Krekar's group tied to slaughter
The guerrilla group once headed by Mullah Krekar, who's currently battling a deportation order in an Oslo court, reportedly cut the throats of dozens of prisoners before fleeing US troops in 2003. The chilling report came from a Norwegian official who visited northern Iraq…
08 04 2004
Krekar accused of bin Laden praise
German media claim that controversial Norwegian resident mullah Krekar congratulated Osama bin Laden shortly after the terrorist attack on the USA on Sep. 11, 2001.
17 03 2004
Madrid bombing suspects visited Krekar
A French investigator claims to have evidence linking controversial mullah Krekar (picture) to Jamal Zougam, currently jailed on suspicion of being one of the leaders behind the massive train bombings in Madrid, newspaper VG reports.
Well, some people in Norway don't take this guy too serious though....
28 04 2004
Immigrant comedienne maddens Mullah
Norwegian-Pakistani humorist Shabana Rehman pulled a stunt during a public debate with Mullah Krekar, the controversial former leader of the militant group Ansar al-Islam that left the religious man fuming and threatening a lawsuit. Rehman, a popular stand-up comic who specializes in material based on culture collision, picked the mullah up off the ground, an act he called a gruesome humiliation.
He was furious and promised a law-suit... (he never did because I think he just wants to forget about this situation)
This is the only picture of it that I've seen of it - she's a very strong woman:
|Posted by: uggliozzi Dec 9 2006, 02:04 PM|
|This man should not be deported. If he is deported he will continue causing trouble and continue to use the freedoms made available by decent people as a weapon against them. He needs to be neutralised by being stuck in prison and the key thrown away. No visitors except counsel, no letters, no phone calls, no internet = no more crimes.|
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 11 2006, 01:31 PM|
I tend to agree with you Uggliozzi, but unfortunately common sense and politics don't work together too well
Scandinavia's first astronaut - Christer Fuglesang - is on his way to ISS. He's raised in Sweden with a norwegian father. We are very proud of him!
Oh -and children and I have started baking for Christmas:
|Posted by: Wahya Dec 13 2006, 06:05 PM|
| Thor likes holiday treats
|Posted by: uggliozzi Dec 14 2006, 02:23 PM|
| How is that Muhammad Yunus? If we only had ten more like him, we could virtually eliminate the degredation of the disadvantaged.
If ever a person needed recognition it is him. Congratulations to the Nobel prize committee for having the presence of mind and the cojones to select him. And isn't he a nice guy? We can all learn from this man.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 22 2006, 11:56 AM|
It was a controversial choice even for Norwegians – he’s been suggested before but not winning. Many people ask themselves why a bankier should win a PEACE price?
I do see that social development can stop or prevent wars – but I do also know that corruptions follow the money. And he has created a BIG business.
I've said for many years that Norwegian 3rd world aid is doing NO good for the 3rd world. We are sending money – a lot of money - which to a great deal ends up in the hands of the corrupted government/sadministrations of the countries.
I've said- let's do business with these countries - let us import their products.
Instead we’re experiencing something like an embargo! To protect local (agricultural) business. Especially within the EU. So – in this matter I do see the advantages of people like Yunus to help people getting started doing business…
I think the Norwegian Committee of Peace Prize also loved the idea of his extension of small loans to WOMEN that wants to start business – but are too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans. Maybe an idea of liberation in all of it?
They say women handle money better than men… hehe…
I don’t know what to think about this guy really…
In the end - they say development from below serves to advance democracy and human rights - but what is Democracy but just an other set of rules really?
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 22 2006, 12:51 PM|
Hehe… here is a traditional Norwegian Christmas Dinner-menu - just for Thor!
Little Christmas Eve
Rice porridge with a hidden almond. The lucky one to find it gets a marzipan pig or a big chocolate as reward!
(I’m used to eat LUTEFISK - fish steeped in lye! – as the main dish but I’m the only one in my family eating this speciality so I don't cook it anymore
salted and dried lamb ribs…. Steam boiled! Mmmmmm
Dessert : creamy rice porridge with warm blackberries…
RIB ROAST WITH crispy CRACKLING . mmmmmm ….
Dessert: ice cream: cloudberry cream
1st Christmas day:
cold rib from day before and
All of our Christmas food is quite strong - and therefore needs to be "neutralized" with the traditional Norwegian "Aquavit" a very strong liqueur made from potatoes.
An other speciality is "juleøl", the Yuletime beer that is brewed on the farms, and in modern times also by the breweries. The custom of brewing this special beer can be traced back through the centuries to the time when horns filled with beer during the Joulu festivities were dedicated to the Norse gods Odin, Frøy and Njord. But when modern-day Norwegians at Christmas time lift their glasses in the traditional Scandinavian "skål" (Pronounced scawl), they give little or no thought to their viking forefathers who lifted the horns of sacrificial beer to drink for peace and a good year to come.
The juleøl tradition survived the country's conversion to Christianity simply because people refused to give it up. And the rulers wisely chose to give the old tradition new symbolic meaning, rather than abolish it. The beer was no longer to be considered as a sacrificial drink: it was just to be called Holiday beer. And, according to one of the old laws of the land, it should be "blessed on Christmas night, to Christ and the Virgin Mary".
|Posted by: uggliozzi Dec 22 2006, 04:29 PM|
| Ah yes Blue Eyed,
It seems that among the poverty-stricken everywhere it is the women who work the micro-businesses that lift themselves and their communities.
I ask myself - why? What is wrong with the men? As a western male I have no experience of the issues. I see it here in Australia. When I go to support an indigenous site I see that all the public works such as landscaping and beautification have been done by the ladies. Go into an indigenous adult education classrooom and there are few men - the rest are laying about in the sun.
I think it is all misplaced ego - "I am a hunter - trivial matters are beneath me." Well I think, "Go and bloody-well hunt then. When you can feed your family, then you can lie around in the sun like a lizard." They make me sick.
I have worked for over fourty years at jobs I hated to see my family OK while my wife provided traditional motherhood so that we could raise decent citizens. For some years a night out for us was walking into town and going window shopping. Now we aren't rich but we owe no man and I have retired to my workshop and garden. If anyone thinks I am less of a man because I worked while my wife stayed at home then they are sadly mistaken.
Even though we live in the southern hemisphere where it is hot in December, our Christmas fare will be surprisingly English. Roast chicken, roast lamb and roasted vegetables done in an outdoor barbecue kettle so as not to heat the house up and crusty home-baked bread. Cold smoked mutton with home-made date and tomato chutney or crispy-skin salmon with sweet lemon sauce as the appetiser. Plum pudding with custard (sauce anglaise) or fresh fruits with cream or ice-cream for dessert. As we are not alcohol consumers, we will drink fruit juices and soft-drinks. We will eat outside in the shade of the grape vines until mid-afternoon when the youngest will "play Santa" and hand out the gifts under the tree. Except for the dog's gift - she can unnerringly identify her own gift among all the others and has a ripping good time getting the wrapping off.
On the subject of Christmas lunch - please be careful what you feed to your dog. In Oz there is a condition known to veterinarians as "Boxing Day Syndrome" because it becomes prevalent the day after Christmas Day. Everyone likes to have the dog join in Christmas festivities but this can be excruciating or even fatal for the dog. A large meal for the dog can cause a condition called pancreatitis where the dog's digestive juices start to digest the dog's pancreas. This causes immense pain and the dog can die in agony. Fatty items are the worst culprit. If you want the dog to be part of the feast please select quality rather than quantity. Remember also that chocolate is a dog killer and onions are toxic to the dog's liver.
|Posted by: Wahya Dec 22 2006, 09:59 PM|
| Hey l don't let Thor go hog wild with his treats.
He's on a diet anyway.
|Posted by: uggliozzi Dec 24 2006, 03:21 PM|
|I think that Thor is a very lucky dog to have someone care for him as much as you obviously do - best wishes.|
|Posted by: Mark Dec 24 2006, 08:47 PM|
|Posted by: Wahya Dec 25 2006, 10:26 AM|
|Have a cool Yule|
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Dec 26 2006, 05:44 AM|
Or GOD JUL (yule) as we say in Norway...
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jan 13 2007, 06:54 AM|
Anti-Americanism is just growing bigger in Norway as the US-owned Scandic Hotel in Oslo refuses Cubans to stay at their hotel. This has sparked quite some headlines and debates lately in Norway. This because it's violates our rules and business policy.
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Jan 13 2007, 07:07 AM|
| As the mild weather and lack of snow continues in South Norway - plans for snow tunnels have been made. As the climate has changed over some years now - we are in a desperate need to find ways to go skiing!
They already have a couple of snow tunnels in Sweden...
Remember Norwegians are born with skies on their feet!! and we are so jealous on the Swedes!
|Posted by: Mark Jan 13 2007, 11:35 AM|
| An arctic chill has come upon much of North America.
It's soooo cold here this weekend in So Calif.
Hey, we need a shiver emoticon.... lol... and one for scorching heat too.
Wishing you some fresh snow very soon Blue Eyed so you can go skiing.
|Posted by: Mark Sep 14 2007, 10:16 AM|
| Hi Blue Eyed, here's a report you probably heard of that I have not seen on my USA tv news. Currently our news media is concentrating on some little girl who's gone missing in the UK.
Factoid: Over 300,000 children are reported missing each year in USA. The news media could show us 500-1000 missing children each day on our zionist controlled tv screens or in our zionist controlled newspapers.... but they don't of course.
In my opinion, my USA news media is a total joke and a tool for the synagogue of satan.
THEY were liars from the beginning, like THEIR father.
Anyways....here's the report...
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Nov 2 2007, 04:02 AM|
| Hi Mark
So far this year Norwegian F-16 jet fighters from the Bodoe air base have been on their wings 39 times to monitor Russian activity (read: military aircrafts) off the Norwegian coast. (they never violate the Norwegian territorial line btw)
Latest incident was this past night when 2 russian "BearH"/Tu95M(S/S6/S16) got close to the coast of Norway.
2 Norwegian and 4 British jet fighters followed them down between Bergen (west coast of Norway) and Shetland.
During the cold war it was 600 flights like this every year!
And now as the Russian economy is so much better, and the US is showing off the way they are - I'm not surprised.
|Posted by: Mark Nov 5 2007, 01:45 PM|
|Hi Blue Eyed thanks for the news from your part of the world!|
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Mar 15 2008, 05:27 AM|
| I picked up this article about ex-Illuminati-member Leo Zagami from Red Ice Creation, http://redicecreations.com :
From February 2008:
Ex-Illuminati-member Leo Zagami is now living in Norway. From his homepage:
|Posted by: Blue Eyed Mar 15 2008, 05:54 AM|
| More news from Norway - from March 14th:
More news from yesterday:
I guess this is a great excuse to introduce those tasers pretty soon.....
from Jan 29th:
from Jan 21st:
Problems in the US economy is felt all around the world - also in Norway:
|Posted by: Mark May 16 2010, 09:37 AM|
| Did anyone else see this?
NORWAY SPIRAL IN SKY