Children of NS-members and their misfortune
Treatment of Norwegian Patriots after WW2
Norwegian History during WW2
Dear Aryan Kindred
As WW2 ended and the NS-members were imprisoned the mob needed somebody whom
they could pester - they found the Children of NS-members. One would expect
that grown ups did not badger these children, and some of them did not - but a
lot of grown ups were leading gangs of teenagers in their pestering of
innocent children, young men and women - all children of NS-members. Those
children who were at schools were kicked, spit at or beaten by their fellow
schoolmates - even teachers took part in the prosecution of the children of
NS-members. The misfortune of NS-children were worse in small towns and in
communities were the Communists and Labour party had their strongholds. In the
farming areas where the Farmerís Party were strong and where the NS had been
strong the pestering were less. But nowhere were the NS-children left alone.
Some of the NS-children were taken away from their parents and placed in
orphanages where they were mistreated and abused. Many of them where not sent
to schools or got little schooling at all. During the first five years after
WW2 these children had to stand up if and when the teachers spoke of the war
and the great WW2-heros of Norway.
After 1949 a large group of NS-children started schools. At this time one
would expect that the hate towards their parents would have cooled off, but
NO. The hate towards their parent only grew and the only one which the mob
could punish were the children.
Some of the children of former NS-members had to fight their way through
school, not to finish - but to be left alone by other children - children that
needed to show how brave their were. I know of NS-children that had to fight
almost every child in school before they were left alone. Children who were
reported to the police for brutality as they defended themselves against the
mob. Children who were threaten to be placed in prison for young men if they
did not stop defending themselves. If these NS-children reported the pestering
to the police, the police did nothing to help.
On April 10, 1940 bishop Eivind Berggrav of Oslo went on a spying trip for the
Germans looking for Norwegian soldiers northwest of Oslo. The Germans drove
the bishop out of Oslo and they picked him up one day later. He could tell the
Germans that he had seen no Norwegian military troops in the area he had
searched through. This picture of bishop Berggrav was printed in every number
of the German monthly booklet published in all of Europe during the month of
May 1940. The bishop was NOT imprison for his treason after WWII.
The Norwegian bishop Berggrav of Oslo had in a pamphlet, Folkedommen over NS -
Peoples Sentence over NS, said that the children of NS-member might be the new
revolutionists and that they most likely would start marching for a new
Fuehrer Land. He even encouraged the church of Norway not to baptise those
NS-children that were born after May 8, 1945, and that these children should
not be allowed to go to church an seizure their belief. Berggrav was among the
top freemasons of Norway, he was also a lover of Jews and everything Jewish.
Being the leading person in attacking the NS-children Berggrav have been
looked upon as the very best bishop Norway ever had. It has been impossible to
get the Lutheran Church of Norway to officially dissociate themselves from the
pamphlet Berggrav wrote. The pamphlet did lead to a lot of problems for
NS-children. The pamphlet also led to a lot of NS-family leaving the Lutheran
Church of Norway. Some clergymen have lately, in 1999, asked the NS-children
forgiveness for what the church did, but they have not said anything bad about
Berggrav - so his sayings stand as a guidelines for the church in how to treat
children of patriots.
One should expect that ten years after WW2 everything had cooled down. NO! The
pestering had declined, but in some communities it went on. One NS-child I
know were not admitted to junior high school - his name was not on the list of
those children admitted to the school, not because he did not have good marks,
but simply because he was a NS-child - and such children should not be allowed
to go to school. This child got into the school of his choice after a
barrister had written to the school board. They said the boy had been admitted
to the school, his name had by mistake been left out of the list. The
barrister did not believe what he was told, but could not prove the lies. The
same boy was also denied admittance to senior high school. He solved that
problem by applying for admittance at school far away from his home-county,
were he was admitted. As this county sent a bill for the cost of schooling to
his home-county the boy was admitted to a school in his home-county. Just to
prove to you that this boy was not a stupid boy I can tell you, he later
studied at an university and got good degrees.
Behind the pestering and prosecution of NS-children was the freemasons and the
church, the Communist Party and Labour Party and the political parties with
strong bonds to the Jews. Many a top Norwegian politicians had his/her first
experience in how to pester other while pestering NS-children. These
politicians says when asked about their behaviour some 40 years ago: "I can
not remember I ever knew who there lived any NS-families in my neighbourhood."
and "Children always quarrel and mob each other. I never participated in any
Many a child of NS-member was not able to go to school past primary school
because the family lacked money or because the family did not want to fight
for their rights and the rights of their children.
TEACHERS AND THE NS-CHILDREN
During the 50's and 60's teachers used to patrol the schoolyards in Norwegian
schools. They should help and look after the pupils. One would expect that the
teachers did help NS-children if and when the were pestered by other children,
but NO. When such things happened the teachers looked the other way - they did
not want to stop the prosecution of the children.
Reason for this was that 1600 teachers in February 1942 were sent to Finnmark,
county in the north of Norway, because they did not follow the rules for
education laid down by the political leaders of the country. By the beginning
of September 1942 the teachers were allowed to go back to their schools. After
WW2 the teachers looked upon their protest towards the political leaders as
the most important happening during WW2. They were HEROS! As such they were
right when they allowed children to pester and prosecute NS-children.
Until late in the 50's many a NS-child had to stand next to his desk when the
teacher spoke about WW2, Nasjonal Samling and the Germans. This in order to
let him know whom he was and what his parents had been. This was the teachers
way to pester innocent children.
No wander not many NS-children left school as soon as they could.
THE CHURCH AND THE NS-CHILDREN
You would expect the church to be doing there best to protect innocent
children from any kind of persecution. Not on Norway after WW2.
In Norway the church followed her spiritual leader, Bishop Berggrav. His hate
for anything which had to do with NS was enormous. He showed this hate mainly
because he wanted to withdraw the attention from his own wartime behaviour.
Five days after Germany had landed soldiers in Oslo Berggrav went under German
protection into the woods outside Oslo asking young soldiers to lay down their
weapons and surrender. Before that day Berggrav had worked to get his own
government together, but he did not get support enough. All spring and summer
Berggrav work to set up his own government or to get into the counsel who was
working with the Germans to find a solution for Norway after Norway had
capitulated on June 10, 1940.
After Quisling on February 1, 1942 was appointed Ministerpresident (premier)
by the Germans Berggrav started to work against the Quisling Government,
finally Berggrav was arrested and about to be imprisoned, but a German officer
helped him and he was taken custody and spent the rest of the war at his
cottage in Asker some 20 km west of Oslo.
Through friends he managed to get some of the priests to demonstrate from the
pulpits against Quisling Government.
There are many stories about how priests after the war pursued children of
In this context it is important to notice that many Norwegian priests were
freemasons and consequently under Jewish rule.
The church pursue NS-children even to-day. As saying this I feel it is right
to say that bishop Wagle in the Nidaros Bishopric located in Trondheim, 500 km
north of Oslo, some three years ago asked all NS-children to forgive the
church for the her mistreatment of them after WW2. Bishop Wagle is the only
bishop who ever admitted the church mistreated NS-children.
Heil og sael
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