Om Kristian

Kristian Kahrs. Foto: Wesley ChannellMitt navn er Kristian Kahrs, sentralstyremedlem for Demokratene i Norge og førstekandidat til stortingsvalget 11. september 2017 for Demokratene i Sør-Trøndelag.

Jeg har også min engelske nettside på SorrySerbia.com. For de som er interessert i mer biografisk informasjon, har jeg laget en interaktiv CV (på engelsk).

Når det gjelder min politiske ideologi, definerer jeg meg som en nasjonalkonservativ fredskandidat som alltid vil forsvare Norge fremfor antidemokratiske globalistiske strukturer. Da blir tradisjonelle skillelinjer for venstre- og høyreside nokså gammeldags.

For å stjele en formulering fra Hege Storhaug, er det viktigere å være velorientert enn å være høyre- eller venstreorientert, og det er viktig både for meg og Demokratene.

Når det gjelder andre politiske parti på Stortinget, har jeg positive ting å si om dem, men det er ingen som forsvarer Norges suverenitet slik den bør forsvares. Ap, Høyre og FrP legger seg veldig nær opp til EUs innvandringspolitikk som ikke stenger døren for en massiv innvandring fra den islamske verdenen. Venstre, KrF og SV fører en uansvarlig innvandringspolitikk som ikke setter grenser. SP har i utgangspunktet mye fornuftig å komme med når det gjelder å forsvare Norges suverenitet, men de er bundet opp i et rødgrønt alternativ som legger EØS og Schengen til grunn.

Min egen og mitt partis politiske plattform er jeg meget fornøyd med å ha vært med på å utarbeide programmet for Demokratene i Norge, som vi nå går til valg på i alle landets fylker.

I Sør-Trøndelag er jeg veldig glad for at Rune Johnsen er med oss som nestleder. Han har bakgrunn fra fagbevegelsen, og i får valgkamp vil kampen mot en brutalisering av arbeidslivet gjennom en løssluppen arbeidsinnvandring via EØS være meget viktig.

Når det gjelder meg personlig, er det fredssaken som er det aller viktigste for meg. Det å gå til krig på feil grunnlag er meget alvorlig, og da er det meget viktig å ikke se verden i svart og hvitt, de gode og de onde. Et slagord jeg har for Sør-Trøndelag er at Verden kun er svart å kvit på et sted, og det er på Lerkendal. Dette hadde jeg muligheten til å utfordre Børge Brende med i mitt innlegg Svart å kvit, men bare for RBK.

Og for mer informasjon om meg på engelsk, se min nettside sorryserbia.com om min reise fra NATO offiser i Kosovo til å bli politiker.

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  • Frode Reinertsen

    Pinlige skriverier, Kristian.

  • Rob Hansen

    RUSSIAN MYTHS AND PROPAGANDA ABOUT CRIMEA AND UKRAINE..Crimea has never really been Russian.Any more than Norway is Swedish just because Norway was forcefully taking into an union with Sweden and for some time under brutal Swedish occupation and rule dose not make Norway into Swedish lands … Norway like Ukraine was just a politically and military occupied nation for some time in history of its history that’s all..

    Norway has been from time to time under Swedish occupation and even some Norwegian city’s was built by Swedish occupier’s But that doesn’t mean that Sweden owns Norway or the Norwegians are Swedish ANY MORE THEN Russian owns Ukraine….!!!

    The Russian public has long been encouraged to view Crimea as native Russian land.

    The 2014 annexation of Crimea was actually the fourth Russian attempt to claim the peninsula in the past 250 years. On each occasion, these efforts have ultimately failed. This video is history of Russian deception about the Crimea.

    THE LEGAL FACTS

    The earlier published documents, and materials that have emerged more recently, make clear that the transfer of Crimea from the RSFSR to the UkrSSR was carried out in accordance with the 1936 Soviet constitution, which in Article 18 stipulated that “the territory of a Union Republic may not be altered without its consent.” The proceedings of the USSR Supreme Soviet Presidium meeting indicate that both the RSFSR and the UkrSSR had given their consent via their republic parliaments.

    One of the officials present at the 19 February session, Otto Kuusinen, even boasted that “only in our country [the USSR] is it possible that issues of the utmost importance such as the territorial transfer of individual oblasts to a particular republic can be decided without any difficulties.” One might argue that the process in 1954 would have been a lot better if it had been complicated and difficult, but no matter how one judges the expeditiousness of the territorial reconfiguration, the main point to stress here is that it is incorrect to say (as some Russian commentators and government officials recently have) that Crimea was transferred unconstitutionally or illegally. The legal system in the Soviet Union was mostly a fiction, but the transfer did occur in accordance with the rules in effect at the time.

    Moreover, regardless of how the transfer was carried out, the Russian Federation expressly accepted Ukraine’s 1991 borders both in the December 1991 Belovezhskaya Pushcha accords (the agreements that precipitated and codified the dissolution of the Soviet Union) and in the December 1994 Budapest Memorandum that finalized Ukraine’s status as a non-nuclear weapons state. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMgjYetl4pQ

  • Rob Hansen

    According to the famous historian Norman Davies, fascism, like communism, Putinisem, Naziissem ect ect can be defined by the following features:

    * A pseudo-scientific conceptual basis (the belive of Russian 3rd Rom )

    * A utopian goal (the Russiki Mir and Russians domanins of a new Russian world )

    * A structure of a party-state (the restructure of the USSR borders )

    * An autocratic leadership that demands complete devotion (Putinisem )

    * Pervasive use of terror to prevent and eradicate dissent (East Ukraine , Syra chechnya, Moldova , Georgia, ect ect )

    * Extensive and complex bureaucracy ( Using tax office to take out compatision )

    * State propaganda and censorship (RT-News ect ect )

    * Martial culture and aesthetics of force (The state and Russian belief in Russian superiority of Russian historical culture)

    * Purposely induced fear of the ever-present external enemy (use state service like FSB, GRU to intimidate )

    * Mentality of hate and intolerance (Anti othe ethnic grupes likeUkrainians, Muslims, Tatars , Kazakhstanis and others ect ect )

    * Economic and mental collectivism (Putin has vast control over the gas and oil sectors and uses it as a political tool )

    * Militarism (Rebuilding and promoting and using Military to attack and subdue the people like in the caucasus Chechnya ect ect )

    * Messianism (Putin the half naked hours reading and bear wrestling superman is definitely believed by Russians to be a type of messiah, who acts as a savior, redeemer or liberator of a group of people.

    * Contempt for liberal democracy and values (Putins regime is anti LGBT anti democracy Anti free press Anti free exspresion of art just look at-PussyRiot-and- Anna Politkovskaya ect ect )

    * Moral nihilism ( is the meta-ethical view that nothing is intrinsically moral or immoral take a look how Russia lies about invading other nations and killing civilians and support of terrorism, and then turn abourd and say that it was to defend a grates good of Russia )

    Clearly all of those are also characteristics of the Putin regime. Today in Russia, President Putin has the unquestionable control over Parliament, Government, courts, media and the most profitable sectors of the country’s economy. To strengthen it further, he plans to reshuffle and consolidate the so-called “silovoy blok” – the repressive apparatus and intelligence service – by creating the new colossal iron-fist structure, the Ministry of the State Security.

    So, we have every reason to declare that modern Russia is in fact, an authoritarian state with the genuine fascist elements, most prominently – the oppressive nature, the militarization of society, strict control over the mass media and complete disregard to human life

  • enell

    Hei Kristian

    Du må skaffe deg noen dugelige kollegaer i resten av landets fylker. Tiden er overmoden.

    Mvh

    Reidar Holmen

  • Du kan jo lage en avdelding av Sverigedemokratene. Eller du kan blåse liv i Nasjonal Samling.
    Ditt “valgprogram” låter rasistisk og diskriminerende.

    • Jeg tror ikke det er nødvendig med mange kommentarer til en slik debattform, men jeg registrerer at du har en trang til å brunskvette dine meningsmotstandere. Det vil bare slå tilbake på deg selv.

      • Det var vel på tide noen satte korrekt farge på det du står for. Skremmende at vi har slike mennesker blant oss, med slike holdninger du har.

        • Alfred T. Schültze

          Rull inn a, Peder! Er ingenting rasistisk, diskriminerende og/eller ekstremistisk i det Kristian skriver her. Jeg ønsker ham lykke til! Vi trenger virkelig et nytt alternativ i rikspolitikken som kan forsvare Norges suverenitet, verdier osv.

  • Illusive Serb

    Norway has a history with Serbia. This wouldn’t be the first time a Norwegian who came in Serbia with a picture of “bad Serbs”, only to realize the truth is just the opposite. I lost faith in the world, I don’t believe that the west will ever admit of the error they made. I don’t think there is a salvation for Serbia. But seeing that there are at least some individuals who are willing to come forward with the truth, gives me… I don’t know what. It gives me even more sadness, because I know this story, like many other, will be dismissed… I’m sorry you had PTSD episodes.

    • Thank you for your comment, Illusive, but I disagree with you that there is no salvation for Serbia. You have a lot going for you, a well educated workforce, and good working moral. The situation is tough at the moment, but when Europe breaks down, you will be in a better position because you are used to living with less money.

      My PDSD episodes do not prevent me but rather motivates me to fight on!

      • Illusive Serb

        Hmmm I see the different reality than the one you described, but I agree that we are used to living with “less” money. If you refer to the fact that people with college degrees work in fields of manual labor because they can’t find jobs in their own fields, then I agree about the education. However our workforce and work ethics are horrible. It has been so for over a couple of centuries. A hundred years ago, Archibald Reis noted that, it was because Serbs worked under Ottomans for centuries and since all their labor was taken advantage of by the occupying overlords, Serbs developed a “knack” for working just enough to survive after the tyrants take their cut. That was a hundred years ago, after the first world war. He said that Serbs are still stuck in a mentality that they are working for someone else, and not their own country. Corrupt politicians (and overall corruption) that bow to the western ideals and orders certainly do contribute to the hopelessness of the situation.
        To me, Kosovo and Metohija is especially painful subject. Because the west is adamant to give (what is not theirs to give) to terrorist mafia. All over western world Serbia is portrayed as the bad guy, and that hurts even more when you’ve seen what Serbs have been through.
        But that’s just me I guess. I have been called a pessimist by the optimists before.

        Well at least some good came out of such ordeal. Not many would see it that way as you do. So it just goes to show that you are a real human, with empathy, and strength to push forward.
        PS: I’m sorry about my lack of faith in the world and life, as well as long needless paragraphs. Sometimes I let myself go on these subjects. I hope your book reaches those who can make the difference.

  • Борис

    Thanks a lot Kristian! Thanks for telling a truth and our side of story. God bless you!