Herland Report: The Norwegian Conservative Party is continuing the Labour Party trend of donating billions of taxpayers money into the international US establishment controlled projects, such as The Clinton Foundation – and receiving great benefits on the international stage.
The Conservative Party Foreign Minister, Borge Brende, is now appointed to the position of President of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
What is unbelievable is the lack of reaction in the Norwegian press, as billions float from the Norwegian government – regardless of whichever party that rules the nation, Right or Leftwing – to prestigious projects that benefit the American establishment.
Norway may be labelled Europe’s Qatar, a small state, easy to control with immensely high oil revenues.
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Yet, the choice of the Conservative government to so uncritically support the non-democratic US rule and so willingly send billions out of the country, is worthy of our complete disrespect.
Norway currently has the world roads in Europe, schools are falling apart, we have hardly built libraries since the 1960’s, the elderly live on minimum pensions and food cost is one of the highest in the world.
Yet, ex-Foreign Minster Borge Brende has the audacity to smile when awarded the Presidency of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Norway’s foreign minister Børge Brende on Friday announced he has been appointed as president of the World Economic Forum (WEF), a foundation that organises a high-level global economy event every year in Davos, Switzerland.
Speaking at a joint news conference with Prime Minister Erna Solberg in Oslo, Brende, 51, said he would step down as foreign minister in mid-October.
“World Economic Forum has some of the largest companies in the world as partners and works with politicians, the industry and the private sector to reach global goals,” Brende said.