Norwegian municipality offers sanctuary to disappointed Americans

Norwegian municipality offers sanctuary to disappointed Americans
"In light of the results of the U.S presidential election, the Ringerike Recovery Program has been developed by the regional development company of Ringerike, Norway. We are offering acute aid to descendants of emigrated Norwegians, and other Americans, considering a new start abroad," reads the start of the Ringerike municipality's website Emigrateme.

"We know it’s a big step, but we will do our best to help you on your journey. The Ringerike Recovery Program is under development to ensure your safety. Updates and more information will follow. Neither we nor the world have had much time to prepare for the four years ahead of us."

Is everyone welcome?
Absolutely! We have extended invitations to Miley Cyrus, Bryan Cranston, Cher, Samuel L. Jackson and Jon Stewart to name a few. Who knows — maybe you’ll be neighbors in Ringerike?

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The site also offers some practical advices to those heartbroken Democrats who might consider cold Norway over cold Canada, since none of them seems to think warm Mexico is a good idea.

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Advices include how to pronounce Æ,Ø,Å, and the customs of bunad and rakfisk among others.

Butthurt Democrats can find more information here.

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