Thousands protest Norway's strict asylum policy

Thousands protest Norway's strict asylum policy
Truth be told: Thousands of misinformed Norwegian lefties, the liberal suicidal church and organizations making a living benefiting from the asylum industry took to the streets to protest the Norwegian government's harsh asylum policies.

In 18 Norwegian cities thousands of protesters lit candles and torches in protest against the government's strict asylum and refugee policy.

In Oslo between 3,000 and 4,000 people marched up Oslo's parade street Karl Johan and gathered in front of the Parliament. It was far more people than the organisers had dared to hope for.

- We protest against all the tightenings that have occurred over the past year. Our requirement is that Norway takes its share of responsibility for people fleeing, says Bishop Emeritus Tor Berger Jørgensen, who is a part of the organizing committee.

A total of 40 organizations, political parties and youth parties have endorsed the protest called "Thousand lights for displaced people."

Meanwhile the crisis in Aleppo in Syria was commemorated by a minute of silence in front of the Parliament.

- While the bombs are falling all over Aleppo, and while the boats are sinking in the Mediterranean, the Norwegian government's goal is to minimize that the potential survivors will come here. And of those who come, as many as possible will be sent out again. It is a deep blow to Norwegian humanism if this is left as Norway's contribution in this crisis, believes the organizers.

But those are either making a living from the asylum industry or they are misinformed lefties without access to the Internet. Because those who come and are sent back, have entered Norway on false premises and are without need of protection, which has already been established by several countries, not only Norway, and published even by the mainstream media.

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