The Norwegian Parliament amends the Constitution to protect against coups

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Wearing the Star of David in public in Denmark can be life-threatening

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Switzerland: Nationwide burqa ban passed

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The Democrats got their wish fulfilled: Trump treated as a common criminal

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Native American group wants the Washington Redskins name back: – We cannot erase history

04:08 · cancel culture redskins

Study: Volcanic eruption in Tonga may cause temporary global warming

20:17 · causes extreme weather

Pfizer Australia ordered special vaccines for its employees

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Per Husted (S): Proposes banning Muhammad cartoons.

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Toxic smoke causes problems for the towing of the Fremantle Highway

12:08 · electric cars

Khamenei: Sweden is at war with Islam

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Salwan Momika threatened with murder – to be beheaded

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US interfered in Danish public meeting in order to prevent burning of the Quran

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Andrew Tate: – Britain will be fully Islamic soon

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Mohamad Barakat shot and killed a Fargo police officer and injured two others in ambush

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Another historic church burned down in France

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The PM leading the Pride parade in Oslo

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Sweden: Another shop has to lock up meat due to theft

08:35 · meat

Strong growth in Israel’s arms exports to Arab countries

19:17 · Abraham Accords

Rough driving in Denmark: Prison sentence and a Lamborghini worth 3 million sent to auction

13:01 · Auction

Norway: FrP will assess nuclear power and gas power on Svalbard

12:30 · Coal Power

News

The Norwegian Parliament amends the Constitution to protect against coups
On Tuesday, a unanimous Storting (Norwegian parliament) voted in favor of five amendments to the Constitution that will ensure the independence of the courts. Chairman of the Control and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Peter Frølich (H), says Norway must protect itself against politicians who can carry out coups.

Editorials

From high culture to low culture
The ancient medium invented by the Greeks and Romans was the book. This humanistic genre not only strived for truth, but also wanted to influence and convince potential friends. According to Sloterdijk, the fact that literacy and the written text could remain relevant from its inception 2,500 years ago until recently is because the written word could be passed on as a “chain letter through generations”.

Comment

The ‘laptop class’ maintains a mental barricade separating them from those responsible for the actual infrastructure of our world.
As a psychiatrist, you can often step out of the bubble you find yourself in. I worked for many years in rural areas and spent a significant number of hours discussing the emotional lives of male and female blue-collar workers. That was when I learned most of our patients don’t have psychological problems — they have […]

Editorials

Has the West lost its self-preservation drive?
It is taken for granted that both people and societies have retained the ability to protect themselves. But if you look at the reaction after the liberation of the hostages…

Editorials

Allah on the decline in China
while the world’s Muslims and their white friends lament Israel’s defensive war against Allah’s faithful warriors in Gaza, they are silent as the grave if anyone points to the fate…

Editorials

Norway is tilting towards Hamas
Upon recognizing Palestine the Norwegian prime minister Jonas Gahr Støre insisted that is was a continuation of the peace diplomacy that Norway has pursued since the Oslo process. But noone…

Editorials

The Destruction of Iran's Terrorist Hub in Damascus Was Entirely Justified
The bombing of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria was not, as the Iranians claim, simply an attack on a blameless diplomatic mission. It was a carefully targeted strike on…

News

Wearing the Star of David in public in Denmark can be life-threatening
In today’s Western Europe, wearing a Star of David in public can be life-threatening. This is what 26-year-old Emily Volovik experienced during a night on the town in Copenhagen on…

Editorials

NATO's "Mare Nostrum" can become a sharp weapon against Russia
At the same moment that Hungary gave its approval to Sweden’s NATO membership, a new Mare Nostrum was created. Now it is the Baltic Sea that has become NATO’s own…

Editorials

France's Skyrocketing Threat
January 30, 2024. The French weekly, Le Journal du Dimanche, publishes the most comprehensive and detailed survey on what French Muslims think. Not surprisingly, the results are disturbing.

Editorials

Europe's done for
During a recent interview on FPÖ TV – reported in GulfInsider on December 5, 2023 – the former head of Germany’s internal security service, the Bundesverfassungsschutz, Hans-Georg Maassen, says that…

Doc-TV News

Joyce Kaufman: – Jews are the canary in the coal mine
Document News proudly features another interview with Joyce Kaufman, a popular radio talk show host in with thousands of listeners. She’s part of a talented group of conservative voices on…

Doc-TV News

Document News meets Trump supporters in West Palm Beach, Florida
Document’s US correspondent Elisabeth Rooney spoke to Trump supporters at Club 47 USA’s October meeting, where former President Donald Trump was the keynote speaker. Club 47 USA has more than…

Editorials

Fascism on the Rise in Germany
This is Germany all over again. Just as the Nazi brownshirts terrorized Jews and democrats in the 1930s, the country can now boast of Antifa, the so-called “antifascists,” who act…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: Monkey Island
The end of this week reminds us of the old adventure game Monkey Island. US Analyst Charles Ortel will walk you through the Sea of Thieves in Washington DC. A…

Editorials

Quran Burnings: Sweden to Revise Public Safety Law
In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Swedish Foreign Minister Tobias Billström announced that the government would revise the public safety law, granting the police the authority to…

News

Switzerland: Nationwide burqa ban passed
A new federal law banning face-covering garments replaces local legislation in 15 Swiss cantons. From now on, anyone covering their face in Switzerland risks fines of up to 1,000 Swiss…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: Reality Check
This week Pope Francis graced the Clinton Global Initiative with a speech. His mingling with the Clinton Inc. speaks volumes of his irreverence of his followers in Haiti, but graft…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: Convenient Intelligence
Intelligence is a prerequisite for success in life, in war and in politics. US Analyst Charles Ortel and Geir Furuseth look at all these fields in this show.

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: Scandals galore, but that's not a new phenomenon
Charles Ortel and Geir Furuseth are back with an update on the latest scandals seeping out of the White House. In this show they also go back to the Vietnam…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: About time
The leaks indicating widespread corruption by the current White House resident and his family are growing in tandem with the lawsuits against Donald Trump. The discrimination is overwhelming. How long…

Editorials

The battle over Biden is within the Republican Party
To open an impeachment inquiry against Biden, there must be a majority in the House of Representatives. That majority is razor thin. There’s increasing pressure for something to happen, but…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: The Mugshot Trumps it all
Media and politics go hand in hand, and more often than not, media outplay the politicians. Of course that doesn’t apply to Donald J. Trump, who turned his Mugshot into…

News

The Democrats got their wish fulfilled: Trump treated as a common criminal
Donald Trump turned himself in last night, Swedish time, to the sheriff of Foulton County, Georgia, who hasn’t hidden his pleasure in treating Trump as an ordinary criminal. Trump has…

Editorials

The war no one can win, but we all can lose
The New York Times reported on Wednesday that “misallocation of forces weakens Ukraine’s counteroffensive.” It’s a subtle admission that the ‘spring offensive’ has failed. Two options remain: Negotiations or further…

Comment

An African Perspective on France's Role in Niger
The coup in Niger, the world’s poorest exporter of uranium, can open the doors for jihadists who are already wreaking havoc in neighboring countries – but behind the story lies…

Opinion

Burisma's hunt for Biden, with Hunter, in Norway
In early August 2015, fishermen trolling off Malangen in Nord-Troms had to let go of the wheel and rub their eyes in disbelief: Just ahead, a plastic boat glided by,…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV International: Dumbocracy
RFK Jr is truly an outlier in today’s politics. US Analyst Charles Ortel and host Geir Furuseth tell you why.

News

Native American group wants the Washington Redskins name back: - We cannot erase history
The Native American Guardian’s Association (NAGA) has started a petition requesting that the NFL team Commanders change their name back to the Washington Redskins, which the team adopted when it…

From the hip

USA might lose enormous values, shows terrifying mathematics
When Fitch downgraded the US’s credit rating to AA+, the Biden regime described the timing as «bizarre». Instead, the responsible authorities should look back at 2023 as a pivotal year,…

Editorials

The endless war in Ukraine
When one asks the foreign supporters of the Ukrainian government how they envision the war ending, the answer is that the Russians should be thrown out. However, we never receive…

News

Study: Volcanic eruption in Tonga may cause temporary global warming
The volcanic eruption was notable as the release of sulfur gases from Tonga was less than normal, while instead releasing large amounts of water (in the form of vapor), which…

Opinion

Who knows what's best for America: Alan Dershowitz or Aftenposten?
Aftenposten, founded in 1860, is Norway’s largest printed newspaper by circulation and Norway’s answer to New York Times. Like the NYT, it was once a highly respected newspaper. No further…

Opinion

Norway's state-run media condemns the removal of pornographic books in the US
NRK reports on book bans in the United States and claims Republicans want to ban all books they don’t like. The state-run news fails to tell viewers that many books…

Doc-TV News

Doc-TV: The flip side of the medal; indoctrination in the therapy room
76 percent of the 2,200 American psychologists who participated in a comprehensive survey state that they are Democrats, while only 7 percent are Republicans. 87 percent admit to discussing political…

Editorials

The left-wing stokes rebellion and hatred against French society.
Two of France’s most renowned intellectuals, Pascal Bruckner and Alain Finkielkraut, argue that the responsibility for France heading towards chaos lies significantly with the left-wing. Bruckner points out that the…

Editorials

A week in the moral superpower
In the period from 29th July to 4th August, Sweden experienced 8 murders – that is, one per day, amounting to over 300 murders per year. Denmark has about 45…

Covid

Pfizer Australia ordered special vaccines for its employees
In an Australian Senate hearing, it has emerged that Pfizer Australia ordered its own vaccines for its employees to keep them out of the government’s vaccination program. This raises questions…

From the hip

Why are you lying, Jens?
Ukraine will lose the war within a few months. Yet, the former peace-lover Jens Stoltenberg continues to lie, apparently in consultation with the equally peace-loving government of Jonas Gahr Støre.…