Norwegian Leaders today were Pro-Marxists in the 1960’s-1980’s

As a baffled and angry free world are demonstrating against the many atrocities of Barnevernet, Norway’s Child Protection Services (CPS), and asking how this could happen in the “Christian” Norway, a glaring reality seems to be neglected.

Leading Norwegian marxists during the communist era who are now leaders in Norway’s centers of power

In the present world of Norwegian academia, publishing, newspapers, broadcasting media, humanist association, ideological thinktanks etc, there is a disproportionate representation of ex-Marxists/Leninists (“ML-bevegelsen”), using the mechanisms and opportunities of capitalism to climb the opportunistic ladders of power after the downfall of their dream worlds of Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Polpot, Hodxa, Ceaucescu & others. 

I will not reveal the names of individuals in this blog article because of the real danger of lawsuits and endless debates by the fidgety hands of powerful power-brokers who have been able to shape the last generations of Norwegians into their failed ideologies which now permeate Barnevernet, teachers colleges, psychology education, publishing houses, national tv and radio, the biggest newspapers and every arena of society, while the timid Church has been living in a make-believe world of status quo.

However, Norwegians are waking up because of the strong ideological pressure from vibrant Christian and political movements worldwide. There is great hope as viable knowledge of truth and soundness at last is presented to the Norwegian people who once were the proud vikings, but now are suppressed and tamed by aggressive marxists, disguised as capitalists and open-minded humanists.

In my work and travel in Europe I have started to dig up information from the files of secret police in the communist regimes of 1960-1990  when Norwegian communists and maoists were actively involved in efforts to destroy Norway, aided by the dictators and despots of marxist-leninism. When facts are surfaced about the ideology behind the modern Norway’s manhandling of family values, then these destructive ideologies will go to the graves with the proponents who now would be 50 & above.

Reformation is hard work, requiring boldness and persistence on many fronts. We are winning!

About Jan-Aage Torp

Jan-Aage Torp - married to Aina; born in Japan; raised in Thailand; educated in USA; President for European Apostolic Leaders (EAL); Chairman of Christian Coalition World (KKN); Pastors Oslochurch with Aina.
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2 Responses to Norwegian Leaders today were Pro-Marxists in the 1960’s-1980’s

  1. Dag Westhrin says:

    This aricle is really twisting the thruth about Norway, and it is remarkable that Torp not will mention their names. Torp reveal the names. The picture at this article shows two persons, no of them are in any powerfull positions. Sgurd Allern is professor at the Oslo University, Pål Steigan is now a pensioner. I am 62 years old and have worked on political issues for nearly 40 years. Very few of the former cmmunists are in high political positions. If you cannot reveal their names, you should withdraw your allegations.

  2. I enjoy your challenge, Dag. Even your own answer proves a little of my point.
    I will get back to much more in due time 🙂

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