(Allen B. West) In the summer of 2013, the West family took a cruise to Norway. We landed in Amsterdam the day prior to embarking and walked around the city during the day. In the evening we took a little walk down a charming residential canal from our hotel to enjoy the Dutch summer night. As we walked, we were met by an older gentleman who said to us in clear English, do not walk down that way. He warned us about the danger in that neighborhood. When we were in Norway, at one port call, we walked around the local area and noticed something very interesting — it did not fit with the Scandinavian lore.
And so I came across an article in Europenews, by way of siotw.org, “The article…is about the apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence in Gronland, a district of the city of Oslo.
Gronland is only two subway stops from the Parliament, and one from the Central Station, fairly close to the government offices that were bombed by Breivik. It looks like Karachi, Basra, and Mogadishu all rolled into one. People sell drugs openly just next to the Gronland subway station. FULL REPORT