Police informants and left wing extremists meant to scandalize critics of Islam
The Norwegian Defence League, NDL, was founded in the spring of 2011 by no less than an agent from PST (Norwegian intelligence services) who called himself Christian Høibø, though his real name is Chris Alexander. Along with a friend and Lena Andreassen (now connected with ARS – Antirasistisk senter (”Anti-racist Center”)), he broke the Norwegian ground for establishing a branch of the English Defence League, EDL.
At that time, EDL had a close working relationship with Lena Andreassen and trusted her decisions, even though most of them were made by others. Not even the speech given by Andreassen at the first major public NDL rally (at Kontraskjæret in Oslo, April 2011) was written by herself. It was authored by the PST agent, freelance journalist and former Robinson participant Christian Høibø . The rally turned into a disaster, and after an interview Andreassen gave to Norwegian television channel TV2 on the following day, it did not take many days for the entire NDL leadership to be replaced.
The Norwegian daily Dagbladet, which has revealed the whole story, wrote the following on February 21st:
”It has come to the attention of Dagbladet that the PST spy Christian Høibø personally took the initiative to organize the anti-Islamic group Norwegian Defence League, NDL. The work to build up an enemy organization was done in agreement and cooperation between the PST spy Høibø and SOS Rasisme [Editor’s note: A leftist intelligence agency], and the Marxists and Maoists of Tjen Folket [Editor’s note: A revolutionary communist party]. He also supplied information to SOS Rasisme and Tjen Folket.”
This is confirmed by Bård Frantzen, a former leading member of SOS Rasisme and Tjen Folket.
“Høibø’s plan was to create a solid organizational structure, a decent membership archive and to organize right-wing extremist demonstrations, says Frantzen to Dagbladet. The plan … was carried through based on support from several other persons in SOS Rasisme. Three of the six persons in the NDL leadership were in league with Høibø.”
To those of us who realized early on that the NDL was infiltrated, the entire NDL project was initially a grand joke, which we had a lot of fun with. They came up with the most incredible ideas, to our great amusement. Things came to a head when Håvar Krane took a seat on the board. With the things this guy managed to roll out, and the very limited understanding he had of the Islamization problem, we did not give the NDL much of a chance. They thought themselves solidly on track and did not realize that almost every serious Islam-critic was laughing at their antics.
They established a “security unit”, which they in genuine “Inglish” named SISU (Strategy, Intelligence & Security Unit) – a name the rest of us had a lot of fun with. The members were ordered to submit all personal information, or they would be kicked out. I assume that quite a few actually did so, and that this information ended up at PST and with the criminal fraud convicts in SOS Rasisme.
After several reports to the EDL about how mismanaged the NDL had become, EDL had no choice but to hand over the leadership to others.
Today, the NDL is a legally registered organization in Norway, working with like-minded organizations abroad. In spite of the shaky start, where PST and SOS Rasisme did material work to establish NDL in Norway, today we have developed into an organization of persons with the courage to go against the currents of political correctness and organize demonstrations protesting the Islamization that without any doubt is taking place, in all of the Nordic countries and in Europe.
We will continue to organize street rallies and we are growing all the time. As time passes and the Muslim immigration continues, we will grow even more. Unfortunately.
By Rune Hauge
Rune Hauge, also known as Leo Baardsen, is the spokesman for the NDL