NORWEGIAN PATRIOTS IMPRISONED BY THEIR COUNTRYMEN AFTER
Treatment of Norwegiab Patriots after WW2, part 1
Norwegian WW2 History
I think it appropriate to give you a
quote from Eisenhower: "God, how I hate the Germans!" He wrote this in a
letter to his wife. I have never heard of any German officer who has
expressed hate towards a nation or the inhabitants of any nation, but then
again none of the German officers were Jews.
You may have heard of the tragedy of the
German soldiers at "Rheinwiesenlager" after WW2. In that open air prison the
US held hundreds of thousands of German soldiers for many moths without
food, water or medical attention after the German Army had surrendered on
May 8, 1945.
News about the inhumane conditions in
this "camp" finally made it through to the International Red Cross in
Switzerland and large amounts of food and medicines were put on trucks and
sent to help the German prisoners. Eisenhower, however, refused to allow the
transports of food and medicines claiming no help was needed. By that time
the helpless soldiers were dying in the thousands from their wounds,
starvation, dehydration, cold, exposure and illnesses. This was the start of
the peacetime killing of Germans by the World Jewry.
If you have not heard about the
Rheinwiesenlager, please check the Zundelsite and read Mrs Rimlandıs letter
dated July 29, 2000 about the tragic killings of German soldier after WW2.
I do not intend to write about the
atrocities towards German Prisoners of War in this letter - others have done
so much better then I can. If you are interested in reading about such
atrocities please check out my website and the books "Of Crimes and Mercies"
and "Other Losses" by the Canadian James Bacques.
After the WW2 Norway imprisoned some
92,000 Norwegians. They were members of the national party of Quisling, the
Nasjonal Samling or NS. Quisling was a major in the Norwegian army who left
the army to help Fridtjof Nansen feed the starving Ukrainians and
Belorussians after the Bolsheviks had taken these peoples harvest and sold
in on the world market to repay the greedy Jews in US banks.
In this letter I will not tell you the
worst and most gruesome stories of the treatment Norwegian patriots got when
they were in Norwegian concentration camps. I will probably in a future
letter give you information about the most gruesome things that happened to
members of the NS but that depends on your reaction to this letter..
The Norwegian patriots, all NS-members,
were imprisoned because some Norwegian politicians, mainly
communists/socialists and left wing so-called democrats, had bowed to
international Jewry during WW2 and had promised to treat the members of the
national party as the Jews had decided to treat the political leadership in
Germany. Visit my website and read about The May16 Agreement. The World
Jewry had their Nuremberg Trials. The Norwegian Jews and their lackeys had
tens of thousands of trials - trials in which they tried 92,805 from a
population of 3,000,000. Of the 92,805 some 48,000 were sentenced to
imprisonment or fined, but all members of NS lost their citizenship for ten
years and could not vote in elections for that time. With those trials the
Jews who lived in Norway and their lackeys killed the patriotic movement in
Norway for some decades. Even today every youth who wants to do something
for his or her country has to face the possibility of another Jewish trial
like the ones which took place between June 1945 and 1952, if he or she is
caught doing a patriotic thing for the country.
To take away any patriotic thoughts
children of the NS-members might have had or could get, the Jews and their
lackeys persecuted these children during school and at work. Any steps
outside the Ocorrect roadı was rewarded with loss of work and reputation.
TO THE TREATMENT OF MEMBERS OF
THE NS AFTER WW2
Norwegian patriots were rounded up at
their homes, at their workplaces or at hospitals where they were being
treated for wounds they had gotten on the Eastern Front serving as
volunteers in The Waffen-SS. Some of these volunteers had lost their legs,
other their arms - but still they were thrown into prisons.
Norwegian concentration camps were
established and run like the soviet gulags. The camp leadership were cruel
and brutal, they knew why they were chosen to lead the camps and what they
were to teach the prisoners, that they were losers. They even tried to take
away the pride and honesty of the prisoners. The reeducation of Norwegians
started with the prisoners in the concentration camps after WW2.
Norwegian politicians and Jews living in
Norway wanted to show the people that the NS-members were stupid. To
establish this they started a large intelligence examination of the
prisoners. But the examination did not give the wanted results. In fact, the
prisoners had higher intelligence than the average of the population. The
examination were closed and the result covered up. Nobody was allowed to see
the result for 25 years. When some of the children were tested - even they
scored higher than the average. This was also not as the Jews and their
lackeys had hoped.
The families of the patriots were not
told where they were imprisoned, and could consequently not visit them for
many months. When the wives finally were allowed to visit their husbands
some of the wives were told they only could give the prisoner food or gifts
if the wives were willing to have sexual intercourse with the warders.
The treatment these NS-members got was no
better than what the English, French, US and Soviet gave German soldiers
after WW2. Members of the NS were placed in cells - ten or fifteen in a cell
designed to hold three or five prisoners. They were not allowed to go to the
toilet, but had to do this on a bucket while all the other prisoners
watched. The bucket were taken out and emptied each morning by one of the
prisoners, always watched by a warder with a finger on the trigger of a
Almost every night the NS-members were
ordered out to participate in punishment drill in the yards of the prisons.
Some evenings the warders, mainly Norwegians who had fled to Sweden during
the war, invited guests to look at the prisoners. Other evenings - when the
warders had been drinking - the prisoners were beaten by the warders. The
warders stole liquor from German stores.
During the war and for some years after
liquor were hard to buy in Norway, but the warders always had enough of it.
During the night the warders used to walk in the prison yards shooting at
the cell windows with machine guns.
The apartments of NS-members were taken
away from them and given to Jews returning from Germany or to members of the
Homefront, a group of partisans started among Norwegians late in the war, or
to Norwegians who came back from Sweden or England. In some instances, in
Oslo, these apartments were given to one particular member of the Homefront
who started to sell the apartments. This man became one of the wealthiest
men in Norway.
A jurist demanded the Oslo apartment of
one of the most well known NS-members. He even demanded the man's bank
account so he could buy the apartment and get a deed for the apartment - he
was afraid the NS-member could claim the apartment be returned to him at a
later time. This jurist became the leading professor in criminal law in
No warders were punished for the crimes
they committed at the camps - and what is worse, the Norwegian government
does not want to discuss this, not even today! When the Jew Gro Harlem
Bruntland was Prime Minister, her office manager said all Norwegian members
of the NS got what they deserved, they had lost the war.
I will now give you some special stories
from various camps around Norway.
In Oslo a 70 year old man, a former bank
manager, had to participate in the transport of corpses in a mortuary. He
said his health was bad and that he could not lift heavy things. Nobody
listened and the man had to participate. None of the prisoners were given
gloves before the movement of the corpses started. As the bank manager was
lifting a corpse, he dropped it. The warder told him to get down on his
knees and lift up the corpse. A young Norwegian Waffen-SS soldiers offered
to help the old man. He was beaten and ended up on the floor - a floor
filled with liquid from the dead bodies.
In Tromsoe, a city some 1740 km north of
Oslo, a prisoner had to spend nights and days in a small cell, size 1x1x1 m,
in the winter of 45/46 without heating. When he did not salute the chief
warder after being in the cell for three days he was forced to take a bath
in ice water.
In a camp outside Bergen, some 470 km
west of Oslo, a man died of tuberculosis. He had not been given any
treatment. Some of neighbours at his domicile, not member of NS, sent an
obituary to a newspaper in Bergen. The obituary was printed, but the next
day the newspaper printed an apology that they had printed the obituary of a
member of the NS - they even promised that such would not happen again.
Two men, a father and son, were arrested
on May 8, 1945 at their home in Bergen. They were brought to the city market
place, Torvalmeningen, where they were ordered to stand for ten minutes
while the townıs people spit at them.
In a camp on the west coast all women,
old and young, were transported to a doctor in open trucks. The doctor was
to check if they had venereal diseases.
At the women's prison Bretveit outside
Oslo young girls were locked up in solitary confinement for months without
anything to read or do.
At Bretveit and other camps were women
and youths were imprisoned rapes were a daily occurrences. No one was
punisheded for these rapes.
The worst camp was the camp Ilebu outside
Oslo. Here most of the Norwegian Waffen-SS soldiers were imprisoned. Here
the camp management treated the prisoners like they were animals - young men
and teenagers who had been members of the youth organisation of the NS were
told they were imbeciles and deserved to be shot without trial. Even fake
trails were held and prisoners taken to the woods to be executed. The fake
trials and executions were common in all camps, but Ilebu's were the worst.
At the camp Falstad outside the village
of Levanger some 626 km north of Oslo a prisoner in the autumn of 1946 found
a piece of meat in one of the garbage cans outside the warderıs mess room,
he wanted to share the meat with his father and other prisoners and hid the
meat underneath his shirt. A warder saw him and asked what he had underneath
the shirt - when the warder found out it was meat he urinated on the meat
and said Onow the prisoner could eat the meatı. When the prisoner refused to
eat the meat the warder started to beat the prisoner. When the prisoner
still refused to eat the meat he was thrown into solitary for five days. The
prisoner weighed 70 kg when he was imprisoned on May 9, 1945. When he was
set free 13 months later his weight was 37 kg. He was set free because a
doctor, a friend of his mother visited the camp and found the prisoner in
solitary - he had been Oconfinedı because he refused to work in the woods
chopping firewood which one of the warders wanted to take home. For this
refusal the man was Oconfinedı to four weeks of solitary in a cell with no
I end the letter here. Your responses
will tell me if I should write another letter on this topic.
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