This author SAVED a girl from ISIS!
Famous Norwegian author Hege Storhaug tells me how she saved a girl from going to Syria.
Today I have something exciting for you as a follower on my Substack. A while back I did an interview with a well known Norwegian author named Hege Storhaug.
She runs the organization Human Rights Service and has written books on the topics of freedom and migration and integration. She has constantly been attacked by the left in Norway for her opinions, so much that she has had to get police protection after being attacked.
I managed to get a detailed interview with her, where she talks about her life and even how she managed to save a girl from being groomed to join jihadists in Syria, so make sure to watch the whole video – You don’t want to miss this interview.
As you might know, in some Scandinavian countries, especially Sweden, integration hasn’t gone very well over the last few years, and Hege talks in detail about this. She has been a loud voice in Norwegian society for many years.
Also, I have just made a channel over on free speech video site Rumble. Please take a few moments to go and subscribe to me there. I will be posting more videos and also I will start doing podcasts in the future and I have another exciting guest lined up in just a few days!
To watch my interview with Hege Storhaug and also subscribe to my Rumble channel, just click this link here or click on the photo below!
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Because I have been a loud voice in exposing the globalist agenda, not long ago I was kicked out of a jobs training course because they didn’t like my political opinions.
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