As reported in NA24, an MP for the FrP (Progress Party), Christian Tybring Gjedde — the author of the op-ed ‘A Dream from Disneyland’ — offered Oslo council leader Stian Berger Røsland the chance to live rent-free for a year in his in-laws’ apartment in Tveita, an area with a high immigrant population in Oslo east.
Your readers may remember that Røsland was featured in the ‘demographics of a doomed city’ post at GoV recently as a promoter of cultural enrichment in Oslo.
The headline on the NA24 article reads: “There is no ethnic Norwegian who lives in the block”.
Gjedde’s in-laws have decided to move out and Tybring Gjedde generously offered Røsland the opportunity to live in their apartment for a year so that he could really become part of the multiethnic society which he speaks so highly of. Tybring Gjedde’s in-laws are the only ethnic Norwegians remaining in the apartment complex.
Røsland, however, declined the offer. He apparently doesn’t want to leave his nice home in Slemdal, a very affluent ‘white’ neighbourhood in Oslo West. I suppose it’s unproblematic to be a proponent of Multiculturalism when one doesn’t have to mingle with the ‘newcomers’ and ‘the common people’.