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  • The War
    The War wrote:

    Read this article today.

    Terrible tradegy happened in Norway recently.

    But there is one story happened few days before it.

    You can find the full text here:


    20 years Norwegian girl was raped by 5-year-old North African asylum seeker right on the steps of the Parlament. 

    Security guards saw everything in camera, but didn't help.

    Quote from article:

    ... all the stranger rapes in Oslo over the past five years — when the perpetrators could be identified — were committed by Muslim immigrants, and almost all of the victims were indigenous Norwegians. This is an example of “conquest through rape”, which is has been a feature of the Islamic hijraall over the world ever since the 7th century.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    O_o  ...... I read some shit time ago...


    Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws, Book XIV.


    Of Laws in Relation to the Nature of the Climate

    1. General Idea. If it be true that the temper of the mind and the passions of the heart are extremely different in different climates, the laws ought to be in relation both to the variety of those passions and to the variety of those tempers.

    2. Of the Difference of Men in different Climates. Cold air constringes the extremities of the external fibres of the body; 1 this increases their elasticity, and favours the return of the blood from the extreme parts to the heart. It contracts 2 those very fibres; consequently it increases also their force. On the contrary, warm air relaxes and lengthens the extremes of the fibres; of course it diminishes their force and elasticity.


    People are therefore more vigorous in cold climates. Here the action of the heart and the reaction of the extremities of the fibres are better performed, the temperature of the humours is greater, the blood moves more freely towards the heart, and reciprocally the heart has more power. This superiority of strength must produce various effects; for instance, a greater boldness, that is, more courage; a greater sense of superiority, that is, less desire of revenge; a greater opinion of security, that is, more frankness, less suspicion, policy, and cunning. In short, this must be productive of very different tempers. Put a man into a close, warm place, and for the reasons above given he will feel a great faintness. If under this circumstance you propose a bold enterprise to him, I believe you will find him very little disposed towards it; his present weakness will throw him into despondency; he will be afraid of everything, being in a state of total incapacity. The inhabitants of warm countries are, like old men, timorous; the people in cold countries are, like young men, brave. If we reflect on the late wars,3 which are more recent in our memory, and in which we can better distinguish some particular effects that escape us at a greater distance of time, we shall find that the northern people, transplanted into southern regions,4 did not perform such exploits as their countrymen who, fighting in their own climate, possessed their full vigour and courage.




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