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Norwegian state media forced to hire at least 1 foreigner out of 3 employees by 2021

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Norway’s state broadcaster, NRK, has put in place a 5-year plan in order to chip away at its mostly Norwegian workforce and talent.

“The aim is to reflect the population to a greater extent than we do today” said Director of Broadcasting, Thor Gjermund Eriksen.

Currently about 4% of NRK’s permanent staff are from a “multicultural background.” About 13% of Norway’s total population are immigrants, and about 6% are from non-Western countries.

NRK is not very interested in catering to Western immigrants, and instead wants to focus on “children of immigrants from Asia, Africa and South America.”

“NRK’s ​​ambition is to be a generous and diverse public arena” said Eriksen.

“If an increasing part of the population does not feel included, as are some of the arguments for having a public broadcaster weakened.”

NRK describe this racial quota as “multicultural competence.” It also brags that having employees who speak Urdu, and Vietnamese are “success stories.”

Norway is predicted to become minority white Norwegian by 2045. This, of course, is because of mass non-European immigration.

If it was just Norway where this was happening, it might be excused as just an accident. However, within this century, European people are predicted to be a minority in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Sweden, Ireland, and Norway by 2050. Germany and France have just joined the wagon thanks to Merkel’s decision to flood the EU with millions of “refugees”. With the current ongoing trend of irresponsible massive immigration from non-European nations this can only be described as self-inflicted genocide.

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