Skip to comments.An Epidemic of Arson at Norwegian Asylum Centers
Posted on 06/23/2012 10:34:31 AM PDT by marthemaria
So far this year two people have died in fires at Norwegian asylum centres.
There have been seven fires in total at Norwegian asylum centres so far in 2012. In one a mother and her child lost their lives.
There has been an overall decrease in the number of fires, but the fires have been more severe, Ahmed Bozgil, director of Hero Norway, tells VG.
January 16: A fire broke out at Bergum asylum centre. Garolin Nesa Raja (24) started a fire in her room. Both she and her year-old son Rojgar succumbed. January 18: At an asylum centre in Hå in Rogaland, a 28-year-old asylum seeker was charged with arson after a fire broke out in a bedroom. Prior to the fire the 28-year-old was reported to have been involved in a scuffle with a younger countryman. February 14: A fire broke out at an asylum centre in Stord. A baby and a four-year-old were treated for smoke inhalation at a local hospital. March 5: Fire at an asylum centre in Heimly. One of the residents set fire to his room in what has been described as a cry for help. A 17-year-old male suffered from smoke inhalation and was sent to the hospital in Tromsø. March 17: Fire at Haslemoen asylum centre. One building was completely destroyed. Three Somalis were charged with arson. April 1: The asylum centre at Mortensnes in Tromsø burned to the ground. The cause of the fire is unknown. April 27: Fire at Lødingen asylum centre. Several residents had to jump out of the building. Four people were sent to Harstad Hospital. Several residents suffered fractures.
Fires at Norwegian asylum centres are not a new phenomenon. Riots broke out in asylum-Norway in the summer of 2010. The countrys two departure centres [housing asylum seekers who have had their asylum applications rejected] were set alight by angry asylum seekers. Lier departure centre was burned to the ground and Fagerli departure centre suffered extensive damages.
Between 1997 and 2009 Norwegian fire fighting personnel responded to 144 fires at Norwegian asylum centres, according to figures from DSB [The Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning]. In almost half of the cases investigators were unable to determine the cause of the fires.
So this really is deliberate arson as opposed to uninformed foreigners thinking the only way to get warm or cook their food is to light a fire?
If deliberate, they should certainly be expelled - refugee or not.
If I were to guess it’s probably part of the on going culture war between Islam and Europe.
I’d be frustrated if they weren’t just sent back, to whatever cesspit of a third world country they came from.
I know of some apartment owners who will no longer rent to certain nationalities, quietly, because they ignore the kitchen and cook their food over a fire on the carpet, eating from a common pot, and wiping their hands on the carpet. Quickly their apartment becomes uninhabitable for numerous reasons, so they stop paying rent until they are thrown out.
Despite their primitive behavior, they are more than able to contact advocacy groups to claim housing discrimination, and have HUD intervene on their behalf. And HUD does not care if they try to burn apartments down, to “discriminate” against them is “unfair”.
Simple solution. Place an adminstrative 3-day hold on any kind of emergency-response action.
Carmen Amaya, the Spanish Gypsy flamenco star, was known for building fires on the floor of hotel rooms to cook.
They forgot to mention the Somali who were killed while attacking an Afghan who had converted to Christianity. The Afghan gave them their wish of 72 virgins.
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