On the morning of Monday 17 November we received a telephone call from a representative of NRK, the major Norwegian state TV channel, inviting us down to their studio for an interview on the article published by the tabloid newspaper, VG. I advised him that we had been misrepresented and that as I was very busy at that moment, that he should take a look at our Norwegian homepage and appraise himself of the debate so far. Having taken our URL, he agreed to do so and telephone me back at 5.30 p.m. He never called.
Is it perhaps because he read our sharp criticism of the press and media, calling them to accountability for aiding and abetting the moral disintegration of society?
In the news yesterday was the shocking news that three Oslo taxi drivers were murdered by passengers. Citizens are shocked and many are thinking twice about visiting the city centre. Also the news came that one of the most important Norwegian companies, Kværner, has lost over one-and-a-half billion kroner, and the Norwegian ship-building industry has come to a virtual standstill in the face of competition abroad.
Can't the media and people see that God's protective hand is being removed from the Kingdom of Norway? What more do they want to see as "evidence" that the curse of God is falling upon a morally decadent and irreligious society? Can the media not see that they have aided and abetted the pink communists in destroying this wonderful land?
But it is not too late. For some countries have already past the point of no return -- for Norway there is still time, if the people will repent and Christian especially get on their knees and interceed for the nation. The country as a whole has not yet descended to the gross immorality and crass cynicism of Big Brother across the Atlantic Ocean.