Norway is ready to abandon the Geneva Convention if Sweden collapses. The border will be closed by force, and Swedish refugees will be rejected without the possibility to seek asylum. “We are prepared for the worst,” says Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
There is such an imminent danger that the Schengen agreement, and the asylum system in Sweden will break down, that Norway must have an emergency legislation in place in case it happens, believes Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg. Therefore, she has crafted a law that will allow for Norwegian authorities to reject asylum seekers who do not come directly from a conflict area.
This means that asylum seekers who want to come to Norway from Russia, but also from the other Nordic countries, will be denied the right to seek asylum, which otherwise is anchored in the UN Refugee Convention.
The legislation will soon be presented to the Parliament, where it is expected to meet broad support, like the government’s other tightenings of the asylum policies lately.
According to Berlingske, the Norwegian government has been heavily criticized by several commentators. The Bar Association in Norway, says it is a clear violation of Norway’s so-called “international obligations”, since it is contrary to the Geneva Convention to reject Swedes seeking asylum, without examining their asylum applications.
But Solberg defends the policy. “We must take certain steps to prepare for the worst of scenarios, said the Norwegian Prime Minister to Berlingske.”
But that’s not all. Norwegian Army Chief, Odin Johannessen (photo below), says: “Europe needs to destroy Islam if they are going to survive.”
DN.no via Truth RevoltNorwegian Army Chief has bucked the political correctness and multiculturalism that has northern Europe in its grip, and warned Europeans that they must be ready and willing to fight against radical Islam in order to preserve Western values.
“I think we must be ready to fight, both with words, actions – and if necessary weapons – to preserve the country and the values we have in common,” said Odin Johannessen in a speech to the Oslo Military Society last week.
“Europe can no longer expect to live in peace and security, without having to defend its interests and values,” he added, noting that well-trained and adequately-equipped soldiers would be crucial. “You can not win wars without having people on the ground,” he asserted.
Freedom Daily notes that in an internal document uncovered last week, General Anders Brännström, the chief of the Swedish army, ordered his troops to prepare for a coming war in Europe against well-trained opponents.
“The global environment we are experiencing which is also demonstrated by strategic decisions [taken by politicians] leads us to the conclusion we could be at war within a few years,” wrote Brännström.