The bishop of our capital, Kari Veiteberg, on Facebook has hailed the leftist radical play, «Ways of Seeing», which has been played at the Black Box Teater in Oslo. The bishop quotes one of the spectators watching the play together with her.
The play, «Ways of Seeing», has been heavily criticised in the wake of the news that it contained video clips from the homes of several Norwegian critics of immigration and others linked with the Norwegian political parties Høyre (the Conservative Right) and Fremskrittspartiet (the Progressive Party), as well as with Resett and NATO. The video clips were secretly made without permission from the named persons, who in the play are shown as partakers of a racist conspiration supported by the elite of society.
Minister of Justice, Tor Mikkel Wara is one of the named «racists» in the disputed conspiration theory of the radical leftist artists; in the wake the play, he has received threats and his home has been exposed to vandalism. Somebody has tagged the word, «racist» on his house and his car was tagged with a swastika and the word «racist». Furthermore, a string extended from the fuel tank of the car.
The bishop of Oslo, Kari Veiteberg, has hailed the play by quoting another woman who allegedly watched the play with her. The bishop has shared and endorsed the quotes of this woman, who states that the play has «received several weird reviews, and extreme right wing voters thinking like this should not receive any government subsidy».
The contribution was posted on 29 November, but has later been removed.
Bishop Veiteberg has drawn notice to herself with her radical political viewpoints. When she some time ago wrote a contribution on Facebook about the Advent, she used a photo showing adult Moslem men with child brides; this made the Human Rights Service to report that the bishop promotes weddings with Moslem girls. This contribution was also removed afterwards by the bishop.
Translated to English by Lars Hoem