Thursday, 1 September 2011

Norway, Home of Giants

Like many Norwegians, Lord Bassington-Bassington has become noticeably more patriotic since the terrible events of this summer.

So in order to increase the understanding and appreciation of Norwegian culture throughout the world, and perhaps increase support for Norwegian-style politics in other countries, His Lordship would like to call his readers' attention this classic documentary.

While an very insightful introduction to Norwegian culture, parts of this documentary might be a bit outdated. For example, the Soviet Union has a different name these days. And ski technology has taken a few leaps in later years.

Part 2 and part 3 also come recommended.

And what better way to illustrate this little ode to Norwegian culture than by a picture of Gustav Beowulf of Lulubelle in a fit of patriotic fervour?


  1. Perhaps his Lordship may become patriotic enough to convince his fellow patriots to overthrow by any means necessary the MultiKult regime in Norway--indeed throughout Europe and Britain-- which is directly responsible for the "terrible events of this summer".

    I raise a glass of whisky in friendship, solidarity, and comradeship--and to Hope.

  2. Sorry, but I don't see eye to eye on you here. In my humble opinion, Norway does not have a regime like the one you're talking about. Also, the multicultural Norway that anti-immigration activists (and leftists) are talking about is, in most ways, a fiction.

    Strict immigration laws has ensured that Norway is a quite homogenous country, most immigrants are people from places like Sweden and Poland who come to work. While I've never liked "state multiculturalism" as an ideology (it is too similar to Apartheid for my taste) I don't think there's a problem that Norway has small minorities of, say, Muslims and Jews. Any problems created by this can be solved by normal democratic discourse.

    The full responsibility for Breivik's actions lie with him alone. While a part of the moral responsibility lies with the people who filled his head with very strange ideas.