Peace in Norway

Norway is in grief. July 22nd 2011 will be remembered as the day of worst violence that ever happened in Norway since WW2. As many as 100 people died in two attacks by Anders Behring Breivik, a Norwegian born right wing extremist that disagrees with the diversity that has been going on in Norway. Some people said he is a Neo Nazi.

So this guy has been planning the lethal attacks since 2009, so many nights to think about it right? absolutely it was a well-planned mission. The mission was consist of two attacks, a bomb that exploded at the Norway PM’s office, this attack was to attract the eyes of the world in order to make the second deadly attack, a massacre at the Labor Party Youth Camp  event at the Utoeya Island. 5 people died in the bombing, and 95 youth died in the shooting. The stupid f*** said “it was gruesome, but necessary”. Ok dude, get a life.

I have been living in Norway for a year now. They are a country of peace. The people loves to have fun, partying, traveling, skiing, exercising, camping, getting drunk at bars, pretty laid back people with no intentions of war or violence. Human rights is also a big of deal in Norway. They pay attention to people in the world that seek asylum, running away from their warring country or just seeking a better place of living.In short, the Norwegians want to create some kind of utopia place which where war  and violence are not in the vocabulary. Hey they got a point there, life is only once why spend it on killing each other? why don’t man kind hand in hand to make this world a better place to live? cliche? of course it is. But hey, life is only once, why not do good deeds?

Let’s us sing Heal the World by Michael Jackson together. “Heal the world, make it a better place. For you and for me and the entire human race”



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