Oslo University College newspaper presents 9/11 Truth

Oslostudenten is the official monthly student newspaper of Oslo University College (OUC). It is printed in 4000 ex and dissiminated to OUCs alumni of some 12.000 students.

On the 17th of February 2010 Oslostudenten released its February issue where the editor, Sveinung Holien, printed his text, 'The towers were blown up'.

Please read the article and the following debate in English at my blog.

9/11 Truth-interview with Norwegian State Radio P3 with English subtitles


Juntafil is a daily 2 hour radio show for teenagers with almost 300 000 listerners.

To my great surprice I was called (and subsequently texted) on Wednesday by a girl at the Norwegian State Radio asking me if I would like to give a quick interview about 9/11 during a show about “conspiracy theories” later that evening. After asking my colleagues and being encouraged to participate, I accepted.

Click below for the interveiw with English subtitles and let me know what you think.

Norwegian Article Reaches 1,000,000 Readers: "Chief Editor: Time to think conspiracy?"

(Reposted from

The article was printed in four Norwegian conservative regional newspapers on November 24th, 2007, reaching about 1 million readers. The newspapers are: Fædrelandsvennen (South), Stavanger Aftenblad (South-West), Bergens Tidende (West) and Adresseavisen (Central Norway).

Chief Editor: Time to think conspiracy?

What if it wasn’t Osama bin Laden, but George W. Bush who was responsible for the attacks on World Trade Center on 11 September 2001? Is the question so appaling that we’re not even allowed to pose it?

Early in their careers, journalists often develop a profound sceptical view of letters that they receive that have been sent in copy to the Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary and all the MPs in the country, including the King himself. Grumblers always have access to a copying machine.

But despite this, this week I have spent a few hours on such a letter, signed by two civil engineers. They attempt to make the media and the Norwegian government discuss and look more closely into the 9/11 conspiracy theories, and also the origins of the so-called War on Terror.

Truth Movement Suggested for Nobel Peace Prize

On friday, the 9/11 Truth Movement, along with Professor David Ray Griffin, was suggested as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize in Kristiansand, Norway, where Loose Change Final Cut had a testscreening on saturday, by Berit Ås and Per-Aslak Ertresvåg of the 9/11 Press Conference Group (see

Greetings from Norway

Odd Inge
9/11 blogger and activist
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David Ray Griffin and Loose Change Final Cut in Norway

This is a piece of 9/11 Truth activism from the town of Kristiansand, in the south of Norway. Professor David Ray Griffin is holding lectures here at Protest festival in Kristiansand. The local Protest festival is a festival dedicated to free speech and open debate (see or for english)

Thursday 6. September
Debate: Religion and war – two sides of the same coin?
20.30 (local time here in Norway).

It was a debate on "Religion and war – two sides of the same coin?" that David Ray Griffin had an introduction on the subject for about 20 minutes.

After the debate he talked about 9/11 inside job. And I also got his autograph in my book "The New Pearl Harbour".

Friday 7. September
10.30 (local time here in Norway)

Today it was an pressconference (see where David Ray Griffin talked a lot about 9/11 and his new book "Debunking the 9/11 debunking". The reason for the pressconference was to stimulate the norwegian mainstream-media, whitch is very silent about 9/11.

Alex Jones' "Terrorstorm" to play Oslo Documentary Film Festival - April 20th

Alex Jones' Terrorstorm will be playing at the Oslo Documentary Film Cinema, sponsored by Norway's Le Monde Diplo, on April 20th. Congratulations to Ola Tunander and everyone else involved in making this happen.

Ad in Norway Le Monde Diplo (bottom of page):

Norwegian coverage at Torstein Viddal's blog:

Dagbladet Strikes Again!

Dagbladet Illustration

The August 19, 2006 issue of Norway's Dagbladet once again features a long (6 page) article about 9/11 and "conspiracy theories" in general. There is no English translation I know of, but the graphics sure are cool.

Update, E N was kind enough to send in a translated version, which I have attached to this post and is available here: