Several organizations in Norway can be chosen to house refugees, and in that regards; the Christian crosses must be removed.
But one organization refuses.
“Love comes from the cross, and it will stay up
as long as I am alive”
That is a statement from Rune Edvardsen who is a part of the Norwegian
Christian union called “Troens Bevis” or loosely/quickly translated: “The faith’s proof”.
The statement was posted by him on Facebook.
Several others organizations willingly removed the crosses, says the Norwegian TV channel “TV 2”.
Even the Danes, who mostly only are cultural Christians, are fed up, if you look at some of the Facebook comments:
Tasha: “It’s way too much what’s going on!
Leave our culture and religion in peace!”
Berit: What the hell is going on, are we no supposed to walk
on eggshells with our religion? That’s not exactly what Muslims
are known for doing…
The church says “Jesus lives”.
The garage right next to it has a sign that says “I live too”.
This has become a tourist-attraction. People are going there
and taking pictures.
Buses even slow down while driving by.
Several Norwegian radio-shows and such have shared the picture,
and the Norwegians love it.
The Danes love it too, and in that regard, it is worth mentioning
that Denmark is the 2nd most cheating nation in the world, the
drunkest in Europe, most sexual-harassment in Europe, and it becomes
breaking news in Denmark when a lost wallet gets returned, that’s how
rare the concept of loving your neighbor is.
Here seen on FB making a comment, is Anne-mette who says she believes in Jesus,
and the comment has two likes including mine (citizen journalist), and the anti-Jesus comment she got
back from Martin has 11 likes.
Find more on this site about the hatred of Christianity in Denmark.
Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet encouraged bullying towards
an overweight woman when they on Facebook posted
a funny(?) video of a big woman struggling in public.
They linked to their article about this woman with
the FB caption:
“Woman was stuck in children’s play-land. Watch the
This is a newspaper that has been around since 1904.
Danish rapper Jokeren (The Joker) admitted to
doing coke on a live talkshow and said that before
he came out to do the interview, he had just done
a line of coke (and some legal drugs and some alcohol).
Here he is seen with an anti-Christ shirt, puffing on a cigarette:
Jokeren hinted that he wanted all drugs legalized.
And does not seem to consider his cocaine-use a problem.
Even though he in songs in the past has said that he was tired of drugs
and that it’s not worth taking them:
Jokeren has a daughter who was born in 2008 according to Wikipedia.
It is 100% for sure that he has a daughter, but the “according to Wikipedia”
part is about the age of the daughter.
Danish media posted four times about the America ambassador in Denmark (close friends with Obama) getting married, but terrorism in Turkey only gets posted about twice.
The man wedding them, is the mayor of Copenhagen, who can be seen in the first picture.
Here is the American ambassador pictured with Obama and allegedly his former boyfriend whom he planned to marry in 2012. The man he got married to yesterday was named Stephen.
In Turkey, at least 30 people were killed, and 126 are injured.
The terrorism happened during a demonstration by people who wanted to promote peace.
Turkish government says it was a suicide-bomber:
In regards to the new “Klovn” movie, some homo-erotic posters have been posted at for example bus-stops in Denmark where kids often wait for their bus to go to school.
This has upset a mother.
Most Danes on Facebook however have no problem with the poster.
There’s a big chance that this is because it’s homo-erotic, and they don’t want to seem “homophobic”, so they just go along as far as the media pushes them.
Casper Christensen, one of the “stars”, was recently in the news after he had yelled at a disabled man. He supposedly screamed “Hey, walk like a normal person, will you?!” to the disabled man who can’t help how we walks.
Casper Christensen denies this ever happened.
The two stars, Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen can be seen in this video bullying children about their looks on live tv:
It is very normal in Denmark for these kind of inappropriate things to be shown in ads in public places, here are a few examples:
Breivik, the so called Christian, plans suicide, which the Bible is against, and God does not forgive suicide it is written, so this is just more proof that Breivik is not a real Christian.
(And many more verses when you really look into it.
I, the citizen journalist am in the middle of writing 5 different articles, so I found these quick verses in only a minute)