An immigrant man interrupted the Norwegian Parliament while it was in session Wednesday. There he shouted "Fu*king Nazi state!" while claiming he has no freedom of speech.
The Parliament was disrupted Wednesday by a man who yelled at the politicians from the gallery, reports the Norwegian newspaper ABC Nyheter, who yet again fails to ask those obvious questions; how good is the vetting process to observe the Parliament in session?
While Minister of Education, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, was about to speak, he was interrupted by a man at the gallery:
- Excuse me. Hello. Can I get two seconds? shouted the man.
- I do not have freedom of speech in Norway. Do not discuss immigration policy for me. Shut up. Shut up, he shouted.
Vice President Marit Nybakk tried to stop the man and called for silence from the gallery.
But the man wanted to ask questions to the Progress Party's representatives. He pointed out that he had been 30 years in the country, but claimed that he did not have freedom of speech.
- You do not have freedom of expression from the gallery, unfortunately, responded Isaksen, but it did not seem to have any major effect on the man, who continued his rant.
He also managed to shout out "fu*king Nazi State," before he was apprehended and brought out of parliament so that the session could be resumed.
His anger directed at the Progress Party, is due to a number of restrictions in the asylum policy, including tougher measures to bring down the number of family reunifications, proposed by Immigration Minister Sylvi Listhaug of the Progress Party.
Listhaug says the measures are absolutely necessary, while promising that she will continue to work to safeguard the country and make it less attractive to choose for asylum seekers.
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