today, there is law to talk about the 22. July. Today, it is the law to hug, show you care or send the extra facebook message: "I think of you. In the day."
today is the law of to talk about the 22. July. I want to talk about what happened nine years ago. I want to talk about how we "collected" ourselves before the rose march. And I use the quotation marks.
What does it mean when Maria Mena singing "mitt lille land"? What does it mean when Carp raps "I'm a peacock"? What does it mean when over 200,000 people gather to rosetog? What does it mean when people from all over the world are writing to me on Facebook: "We are with Norway today"? What does it mean when people want to hug, kiss, and virtually clap for you?
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today, there is law to talk about the 22. July. I want to talk about the sympathy we reap. When you tell that they are survivors and they feel sorry for you. They wonder if you can get a good psychologist, if skuddsårene your are healed and about studieprogresjonen has gone well.
I want to talk about that it is not sympathy I need. I want to talk about what we need as a society.
I want to talk about it.
today, there is law to talk about the 22. July. Today, it is allowed to talk about how desperate one is. For I am in despair. In despair over how a normal conversation about the 22. July in the day often ends with the sentence "but it is important that the Labour party do not take advantage of the terrorist attack".
We shall be alleged to take 22. July card, as if our experiences, our losses, our common pain the day and in the years afterwards is a kind of PR-grip – and not the physical and mental wounds that we carry with us. It makes me so depressed because it was not the memory of the 22. July should be. But again so would the 22. July cannot be any memory, just one of the many summer days.
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today, there is law to talk about the 22. July. Today I want to talk about that we promised each other, more openness and more democracy. We have not done – and I want to talk about it. I want to talk about that we got a ytringsklima where especially young people, women and immigrants subjected to verbal abuse, threats and harassment.
Survivors of the 22. July drapstrues. In the shelter of the dark of the night vandaliseres memorials with nazisymbolet. Female politicians refuse to take the debates and stand for election. Nine years ago lost 77 people vote their. In the days and years after, many more have been threatened into silence in the land that promised more openness and more democracy.
I want to talk about it.
today, there is law to talk about the 22. July. I want to talk about never to put people in the cubicle. We said it in 2011, you can't hate someone because of partitilhørighet and we do not all white, middle-aged men in the cubicle because of the perpetrator.
For it is not the same, what we thought the hours after the gun went off. For I thought: "Dear god, let it not be a dark man" while you thought: "There IS a muslim man". You did it?
there is a difference between to be the lawyer for Breivik and his lawyer to Krekar. There is still a difference between us. And even in august of last year there was someone who acted inspired by the perpetrator – without that we set all of the white, young boys in love.
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today is the law of to talk about the 22. July. I remember we gave each other a promise. We said never more 22. July. But the forces that mobilized mass murderer, live in the best of health. They live in our neighborhood, with relatives and in kommentarfeltene.
we Keep our promise? When we say "Never more 22. July," it must mean something. The term must have content. I want to talk about the promise you gave me – and all those who died. I want to talk about it.
today it is allowed to talk about the 22. July.
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