COMMENT: So far, no FRP leader has trusted that the party can reach new heights without a dose of crude vocabulary. Can Ketil Solvik-Olsen change that, one day?
Let Biltema at Forus sell cars, let the founders get away with new ideas and solutions, now pursue a climate policy that works, because Norway does not have its own atmosphere, at least not what Siv Jensen knows. Why then should we electrify the Norwegian continental shelf, instead of using the gas that is all there, when the same gas is climate-good enough for Germany? Let us find out how many of us ended up in a health queue and had our lives put on hold through the corona, how many elderly and mentally handicapped people who had basic rights confiscated in the corona’s name, ask questions about what Norwegian development assistance funds go to, because we really lift more of poverty by supporting art in Africa and folk music in Egypt?
Reduce taxes on tobacco, soft drinks and alcohol, because they are cross-border goods, they threaten Norwegian jobs. Let in fewer quota refugees, we integrate them as we all have here by getting them into work, so they get their own income, can buy their own home, and can cope with expectations that young girls should get married, not educated.
Siv Jensen’s speech to the national meeting of the FRP this weekend was the recipe for what should be prioritized in the budget negotiations with the government. More for the elderly, less for development assistance, fewer quota refugees, cuts in taxes. And she responds to charges in all directions.
The answer can be interpreted something like this: No, returning Ketil Solvik-Olsen, we in Frp will not talk to agree on immigration. No, FpU, cutting the entire wealth tax is not a battle we are taking right now. No, little Oslo Frp, we are not going to set such strong, numerical demands on the government that we do not have room for maneuver. Neither about quota refugees, aid or tolls. And no, Carl I. Hagen, we will not engage in the assimilation of immigrants. As Norway did until the 1960s and the time when Sami children were forcibly sent to boarding schools, they were not allowed to live with their parents, and were not allowed to speak their language. Only in this way could one become Norwegian enough. It even in shame, in clear abuse of the individual. The individual Frp says they are so preoccupied with.
And no, Carl I Hagen and others vote out, Siv Jensen is not afraid to kick raw in opponents, it goes in wobble-Jonas, wolf-Audun and toll-Lan. No, Erna Solberg, Siv Jensen will not talk about the Granavolden platform. You know, the one they made when the FRP was one of four parties in your government. You are no longer Erna for Siv, but the Prime Minister. And the Prime Minister will remind her that she now controls a minority government. They have to negotiate. With Frp, and Frp is based on their party program. While Sp leader Trygve Slagsvold Vedum, he is Trygve. Because he wants Siv in government with. As returning Ketil Solvik-Olsen also wants.
Trygve himself has so far seemed uninterested. He points out, among other things, that Siv Jensen, as Minister of Finance, drove the fees up, not down. With 6.3 billion in seven years, according to figures prepared by the Ministry of Finance for TV2.
No, this is not a national meeting where everything is at stake, this. Siv Jensen has a grip on the party. Core issues are what should be negotiated, raw language should remain. Tactical and sharp as a negotiator, without stumbling over solid demands. And without the hassle of raw language, when required to hold the grip.
But returning Ketil Solvik-Olsen stated afterwards that only people with a bad battery in the right-wing apparatus believe that voting is the same as saying nothing. Content and change, not vocabulary, said Solvik-Olsen. “We are not listened to, as long as it is the vocabulary others hang on to.” That the vote pays off, he says FRP’s support in Rogaland and what he himself was able to do on transport is clear proof of.
In Rogaland, Aftenbladet’s opinion poll shows that the FRP has been holding its own since the last Storting election. In Oslo, the votes are few, and they have become fewer and fewer. But when they speak, these voices give the volume the impression that they must represent the right number.
If there is not a match there right now, there is no doubt that a returning Ketil Solvik-Olsen will make the tensions in the party clearer. The man of the votes, if it is now at all right to talk about the votes when it comes to Frp, but let go, since they themselves mean it. That is, the man of consent is back. By definition, one that is more a record of action than vocabulary. And since he thinks the vocabulary can paralyze action, he wants it gone.
He, ie Ketil Solvik-Olsen, will most certainly be deputy leader of the party at the national meeting this spring, if he wants to. But later?
Siv Jensen’s success as a party leader is to keep the votes in place when it comes to practical politics, and at the same time send them greetings at regular intervals by sweeping themselves into a language they can recognize themselves in. As “sneaky Islamization”, or this weekend’s nickname for political opponents. Siv Jensen torer, where other party leaders are silent, is probably the signal.
For so far, no party leader in Frp has trusted that it is possible to reach new heights without a dose of brutality with a vote out, at any cost. Can Ketil Solvik-Olsen do that, if Siv Jensen ever gives up? With consent? That’s an interesting thought.
Published: October 17, 2020 4:56 PM
Updated: October 17, 2020 10:28 PM
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