Tuesday, January 15, 2013

"Norway is the most anti-Semitic country in Scandinavia"


Or so claims one of those 'fellows' at another in what seems to be an endless array of Zionist think tanks.

Hell, even the Vikings didn't care for the 'Chosen Ones.' Just another case of a poor, misunderstood people, right?

This Movie is Graded anti-Semitic!


And I loved it. The plot was decent, the dialogue believable and the special effects matched anything from 'Hollycaustland.'

Trollhunter is a 2010 Norwegian dark fantasy film, made in the form of a "found footage" mockumentary.

If you believe in God or Jesus and are a Christian, Trolls would love to drink your blood. Plus, they have big, hooked noses and a really nasty disposition. Hmmm.

The main character in this film Otto Jespersen, who plays the actual 'trollhunter,' has caught hell for saying the following:
On November 27, 2008 the satirical comedian Otto Jespersen said during a comedy routine on national television that

"I would like to take the opportunity to remember all the billions of fleas and lice that lost their lives in German gas chambers, without having done anything wrong other than settling on persons of Jewish background."

Finally, I would like to wish all Norwegian Jews a Merry Christmas - no, what am I saying! You don't celebrate Christmas, do you!? It was you who crucified Jesus."
Alan DIRTBAGOWITZ opened one of his orifices about Norway and this is what plopped out.

Maybe Otto Jespersen knows who assassinated the Swedish PM, Olaf Palme?

And Norwegians also know that the July 2011 Norway Massacre wasn't the result of a 'lone gunman' but a MOSSAD false flag, linked to a sinister Israeli black ops group called "The Vikings."

Yes, Israel showed the world what it was willing to do if you support Palestine, even murdering children, but that's a fact of life if you live under the Zionist boot heel of occupation.

Do Trolls like Muslims?



6 comments:

  1. Sounds like one helluva reason to move there. Beautiful women, too.

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  2. Many thanks! I had to put it on que immidiately with Amazon instant, since "Finding bigfoot" is nothing but abysmal disappointment! If we had trolls in this country, SPat Robertsons, John Haagees or that quran burning loon from Florida would pack up and take refuge in israhell. Bummer....

    If you're interested in "trolls", I must recommend a documentary called "The Garden", starring bunch of poor people and certain rich troll named Mr. Horowitz.

    The 14 acre community garden in South Central Los Angeles was the largest of it's kind in the United States. It was started as a form of healing after the devastating L.A. riots in 1992. Since that time, the South Central Farmers have created a miracle in one of the country's most blighted neighborhoods. Growing their own food. Feeding their families. Creating a community. But now bulldozers threaten their oasis. The Garden is an unflinching look at the struggle between these urban farmers and the City of Los Angeles and a powerful developer who want to evict them and build warehouses.

    The Garden

    Unfortunately YouTube don't have it, as they probably don't want to hurt some rich troll's feelings.

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  3. Thanks for the link, Musique. Think I already saw the "Garden" on LINK TV or FSTV.

    It was a moving testament to what people can do when they come together.

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  4. Belahma, leave norwegians alone and don't mess with their gene pool, especially if you happened to be mudskin.

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  5. einmensch01,

    Hows about you bite me, Rabbi.

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