Norway’s Youth and Equality Minister Solveig Horne has a few things to learn from Sylvi Listhaug, Norway’s Immigration Minister.
The Immigration Minister made news today when she put on a life suit and jumped in the Aegean Sea to experience a mock rescue attempt.
How sweet of her to identify with the migrants who actually attempt to cross the sea without life suits and many of whom drown.
Maybe other Ministers in Norway’s government should learn from Ms. Listhaug.
It might be the progressive thing to do for Solveig Horne, the Youth Minister in charge of Barnevernet to experience a few CPS missions first hand.
Delight in Truth would recommend the Minister to join a few emergency operations where Barnevernet shows up to unsuspecting immigrants’ (and native Norwegians’) homes in black, unmarked cars to confiscate children because of trivial matters. The Bodnariu case being the perfect example.
It would be nice to know that Ms. Horne actually sees first hand what her employees do when they confiscate children.
Ms. Horne should see the trauma these families suffer because of Barnevernet. She should see three-month-old Ezekiel Bodnariu ripped from his mom’s arms and placed in a black, unmarked car where he cries, and cries for hours because his mom is not there to comfort him. She should see her officers assault parents in the process of ripping their children away.
Will Ms. Horne follow Ms. Listhaug’s lead and go to the front lines to experience a child confiscation?
I doubt it. It might be too traumatizing for Ms. Horne.
Here is an example, if you have the stomach to watch it, Ms. Horne.