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War Games Feb28

War Games

Social Issues – The United States and South Korea have begun a series of annual military drills that North Korea has deemed “provocation” and subsequently threatened swift retaliation for the war games, which will utilize hundreds of thousands of troops. Entitled Key Resolve,...

Bon Voyage? Feb14

Bon Voyage?

Human Rights – Proposals have been tabled by the UK’s Border Agency that would allow for the deportation of unaccompanied migrant children. Highlighted by Human Rights Watch, the proposal would come into play early this year with 16 and 17-year-old Afghans sent back to...

Skypemare Jan11

Skypemare

Social Issues – A Norwegian mother drowned her daughter in a bucket of water while her boyfriend watched…live on Skype!¬†Yasmin Chaudhry, 26, submerged her one-year old baby in a bucket full of water in a so-called attempt to discipline her for “waking up and disobeying...

Black Market Butter Dec24

Black Market Butter

Social Issues – If Paula Dean intends to visit Scandinavia any time soon, she may want to reschedule. The current butter shortage has taken a churn turn for the worse. After Norwegians consumed their entire nation’s supply of butter, the price of butter skyrocketed and...

Norwegian Apartheid in the Classroom Nov30

Norwegian Apartheid in the Classroom

Civil Rights – As far as political correctness is concerned, it’s fair to say that Oslo is having a bad year. Just months after the racially-charged shooting, a high school (not too far from the location of the massacre) has been accused of apartheid. Segregating their students based on ethnic background, the Bjerke Upper Secondary School began by first separating students of immigrant decent into one of three rooms–something Anders Breivik would have supported whole-heartedly. Oslo education commissioner Torge Odegaard said, “This is the first time I’ve heard about this, and it is totally unacceptable. Such a...

Norwegian Massacre Aug05

Norwegian Massacre

On Friday, July 23, the once harmonious city of Oslo, Norway faces its most horrifying catastrophe since World War II. A blaring rumble shot through the center of Utoya Island as a 17-story government building burst into flames. Only a few hours later, the alleged bomber, dressed in an official police uniform, opened fire on the citizens of Oslo. Anders Behring Breivik, a 32-year-old Christian Fundamentalist, has been found responsible for the massacre. The death toll is rapidly increasing as the investigation progresses; the last reported number of homicides was 94. Aesthetically, Breivik fits the description of a blond-haired, inoffensive...