In Norway, the fox is not only guarding the henhouse, he is instructing the hens how to become more tender and delicious for the sake of the Modern Multicultural Norwegian Utopia.
It’s also worth noting that Shoaib Sultan is involved.
Anti-Racist Center are now tasked with teaching police students
The extreme left-wing organization the Anti-Racist Center (antirasistisk senter) has tailor-made an educational course which all year 3 students at the Police Academy in Oslo have to attend.
Kari Helene Partapuoli, the leader of the Anti-Racist Centre, mentioned this among other things in a newspaper article in Aftenposten about the Swedish anti-racist Jonas Hassen Khemiri.
Khemiri has attacked Sweden in harsh words and he has gone on record saying that Swedish society is saturated with racism and that it oppresses immigrants of different ethnic backgrounds. Khemiri wrote an open letter to the Swedish Minister of Justice in which he accused the police of racism due to their ID controls (REVA [see: “Towards a More Humane Immigration Policy in Sweden”]) and on the basis that Sweden deports illegal immigrants.
Partapuoli didn’t miss the opportunity to join in the criticism, and claimed that Norway is equally saturated with racism. She also went on record saying that this is one of the reasons why the Anti-Racist Center organizes role-playing between police students and youths with minority backgrounds.
There is very little information about the educational course which all police students are required to attend, but there is a post referring to the educational course on the Agenda X website. In the post youths with minority backgrounds are asked whether they would like to influence the future of policing in Norway. Agenda X is the youth resource center of the Anti-Racist Center. The organization also has a wing named Malcolm X, in honor of the black racist leader of the Nation of Islam.
The following message is posted on Agenda X’s Facebook page:
Role-playing between police and youths
Are you a young individual living in Oslo who would like to influence the future of policing? Then we hope that you will participate in our role-play with police students!
All year 3 students at the Police Academy in Oslo (class of 2012/2013) will attend an educational course tailor-made by the Anti-Racist Center.
The main component of the course is role-playing which involves youths from the Anti-Racist Center and Agenda X. There will be a debriefing session afterwards and participants will have the opportunity to raise other issues with the police.
The role-playing is a part of mandatory course that all police students have to attend: ‘Communication and Conflict’.
We need 10 youths for each role-play. Two role-plays will be staged on Thursdays involving students from the Police Academy. Participants can choose between sessions from 09.00 to 12.00 and from 13.00 to 16.00. Food will be served, and all participants will be given two movie tickets each.
The extreme left-wing organization has also on previous occasions organized educational courses and awareness campaigns for the police in Norway.
In 2011 Kari Helene Partapuoli participated in a workgroup tasked with developing a new course for the Police Academy which was called ‘Conflict resolution in a multicultural society’.
The Police Academy describes it on their website:
The police academy is now actively involved in preventing and handling conflicts through a new educational course intended to raise awareness of the multicultural society, which will make the police better equipped to deal with such conflicts
The aim of the course is to give a better understanding of diverse conflict-resolution techniques through theoretical tools and practical skills enabling the participants to make sensible choices and deal with conflicts in a multicultural society in a professional manner, says associate lecturer, Jaishankar Ganapathy at the Police Academy.
Fyret.nu has previously written about Shoaib Sultan, who works as an advisor for the Anti-Racist Center and who has now been appointed as the leader of this year’s 17th of May Committee in Oslo. Shoaib Sultan has previously been in the media spotlight after he refused to denounce the killing of gays in Iran when he was general secretary of the Islamic Council in 2007.