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Translations: Bleach 595 (2)
No one believes a child yelling with his back against the wall
How are you doing Kamui?
Not too well. I'm hurting from lack of screentime.
So Nuno, how satisfied are you with the new goverment / statsminister?
Not satisfied... People will realize how they chose wrong in due time. Our Right (or blue party if you will), isn't that bad, but our "extreme" right party FRP is, and it has pretty much been confirmed since long ago that if Right won, FRP would join them in forming a governmental unit. How people would want that is beyond me. FRP is a terrible party to have in a real decision making position. We can only pray Erna Solberg keeps the crazy witch Siv Jensen (FRP) in check, because our new prime minister is OK really, although Stoltenberg will in time be shown to be the superior one.
Honestly the "immense" wish for change doesn't make sense to me. It would if we were a country in economical crisis or the such, but obviously we're not. Things are fine here, but this country is so full of people that want everything to be 100% perfect that they make it seem like we're in desperate need of change. Norwegians are so full of themselves.
Last edited by 3c; September 10, 2013 at 11:30 AM.
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing after reading who actually won. It sounds exactly like the blue goverment we had until 2 years ago.. and no one could keep Pia Kjærsgaard (leader of DF, pretty much FRP) in check since they needed her mandates. And after 2 years it's 100% what we're going to get again.
Yay for a racist Scandinavia, let's all change together. Indeed, I too can't help but feel people are retards sometimes...
Scandinavians are retards?...I agree!
It was so little news over here, it seems most other countries don't really care
But yeah, obviously a Norwegian prime minister election wouldn't be more than minor news in other countries. Like a small article. Had Stoltenberg remained it probably would have gotten even less attention too, as like I said most of the focus was on the "turning blue/Breivik" thing.
And there aren't any big news for other european countries yeah, besides UK and France. For whatever reason the media gives it a lot of attention but I guess it makes sense with the whole France - Germany business and the somehow huge interest for the UK. For some reason their culture and stuff was always high regarded over here, despite the English pretty much disliking us for a very long time
Honestly speaking, FRP isn't that extreme right. They are just a "very right oriented party" to put it that way. No one really considers them "extreme right", though I personally like to refer them as such, but most of their "extreme right" orientation was in regards of immigration in the past, during Carl I. Hagen's leadership. They are still very vocal on that front, but yeah.
Hah, UK is such a fallen empire it's sad. "Hey we have a say in thi-.... OK!"
Lol, yeah, extreme right would push most voters away. That's exactly how DF are, considered to not be attributable to any side since they are mix of all. Immigrant policy is extreme right too. There used to be a Fremskridtspartiet before in time, which was all right, then one of its member (Pia Kjærsgaard) decided to leave and create a party that can get votes, hence DF. Ah well.
And people always vote more etnicentric whenever they feel like stuff are getting worse, no matter how good they have it. Because you know, it worked well for the Germans
What exactly does "extreme right" mean to you guys over there? I know in places like Germany, most people I know say it's just a euphemism for fascism, but yeah...