Rebellion. Being a part of the social democratic extended family has been a challenging exercise
Why do we need a Red-Green government to such a degree does the job for them, that even now Frp’ere costs on to appear as “asylum children ‘defenders?
If Stoltenberg does not understand what moves grassroots now, and continue to clap for Grete Faremo and her secretary, he has earned it happens, when Margreth Olin‘s new documentary about the unaccompanied minor asylum seekers affects him and the Government, in the autumn.
Ennskjønt, grassroots, last man out to criticize the Government’s immigration policy was retiring UDI director Ida Borresen. In order to avoid further violations of human rights and the Child told the Immigration Directorate (UDI) on relaxation of practices in four areas of immigration policy, and is currently blank rejected the two in plain involving children.
Recently we experienced in different media Bergen woman who was shaken out of the meeting with the deficiencies in the deportation case to the son’s best friend. In Stavanger, people from top to bottom engaged for expelling Ethiopian, after Norway’s signing of a return agreement with the dictatorship in the country they fled. The excess is the contracting party Ethiopian intelligence organization! Government can expect solid evidence of reprehensible procedure, and arbitrary discretion in these matters.
On the basis failing
From earlier we remember the bishop who retired from UNE, because she had no conscience to sign several deportation orders on an unsound basis.
Faremo’s mantra of “equality before the law” appears to be hollow wishful thinking for all those who have met save people on hold before the deportation, and who have made themselves the trouble to visit their rejections in detail.
Grassroots revolt that grew out now, is therefore not primarily about opposition to a strict immigration, but in rebellion against the understanding of reality Faremo trying to sell when she claims that deportation only occurs after a thorough consideration of each case. It is not immediately so that it is enough to admit that “mistakes can happen,” for the error often appears more like a rule than the exception.
Back to the question: How is it possible for a man Jens Stoltenberg, Norway’s human face, to stand behind a practice which has already led us judged by the Human Rights Court in Strasbourg, and that’s going to spoil us out again? If the answer is impotence?
Posted on April 3, 2012, in AFRICAN NEWS, ETHIOPIA ENGLISH, WORLD NEWS and tagged Ethiopia, Government, Human rights, Jens Stoltenberg, Margreth Olin, Norway, Stavanger. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.