I didn't bother to read your whole post, but Sylvi Listhaug (who is no longer the immigration minister, resigning under pressure from, well, everybody else) is Norway's Stephen Miller, only slightly more visible. And perhaps a tad more anti-muslim, but now we are splitting hairs.
I take offense at you slandering Stephen Miller by accusing him of being America's Sylvi Listhaug. She is a white supremacist and you are trying to normalize her by likening her to a mainstream politiician. That makes you a white supremacist apologist and sympathizer, if not a full-blown white supremacist. As for Sylvi Listhaug, when you say she resigned "under pressure from, well, everybody else," that's a half-truth. The remarks I quoted earlier were made in 2016 when she was Minister of Immigration and Integration, a newly formed cabinet position under the Ministry of Justice and Public Security.
Minister of Integration?? Again with the white supremacicts saying that their culture is the only one acceptable. That post needs to be eliminated and replaced with a Minister of Diversity and Multiculturalism.
Anyhoo, back to the plot. Having made the remarks in 2016, she stayed in the position until 2018 when she was promoted to become Minister of Justice, Public Security and Immigration. Two months later, in March 2018, she resigned following some remarks on Facebook when one of the parties in the governing coalition threatened to vote against the government.
I looked her up in wiki
(I'm surprised she has an English entry)
Minister of Immigration
On 16 December 2015 Listhaug was appointed Minister of Immigration and Integration, a newly formed cabinet position under the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, amid the European migrant crisis and record-high numbers of asylum seekers in Norway that resulted in a broad parliamentary agreement to tighten asylum regulations.
"broad parliamentary agreement" would mean that just about everyone in parliament wanted to tighten asylum regulations so that fewer (brown and black) people would be granted asylum. Again with the white supremacy.
The month prior to her appointment Listhaug criticised what she described as a "tyranny of goodness" haunting the Norwegian immigration debate, and that it would be more Christian and reasonable to help as many people as possible through foreign aid to refugees abroad rather than aiding fewer and more costly asylum seekers in Norway.
At which point she was fired? Of course not. The majority of Norwegians agreed with her. They must be white supremacists like her.
Back to the plot
She later vowed that her proposed asylum regulations would make Norway's asylum policies "one of the strictest in Europe".
And far tougher than the regulations in the US, one might add. Got to keep those brown and black people out of Norway
The first four months of 2016 saw asylum applications in Norway drop to its lowest levels since 1993, with only about 250 new applications each month. The reduction resulted in at least kr 800 million (US$100 million) being saved in direct asylum reception costs alone in the revised annual state budget, amid budget strains due to the low oil price. Listhaug has since called for further immigration and asylum restrictions to be implemented.
What? They've already got some of the most restrictive immigration and asylum regulations in Europe (and far tougher than the US) and she wants to make them even more restrictive? I'm sure the people of Norway rose up in anger at that? Vive la resistance? Of course not. The majority of Norwegians agreed with her. They must be white supremacists like her.
Opinion polls consistently showed Listhaug to have the highest approval rating of all government ministers from her party, and several others. In September 2016, a poll showed that 59% of Norway's population approved of her work on immigration, with less than a quarter disapproving.
So less than a quarter disapproved of "her work on immigration." Three-quarters of Norwegians must be white supremacists like her.
In August 2017, a row took place between Listhaug and Sweden's political establishment after Listhaug planned a visit to the Swedish suburb of Rinkeby in the context of the country's vulnerable areas, sometimes dubbed "no-go zones", having warned during her time as minister about the need to avoid "Swedish conditions" in Norway. Although meeting with other Swedish officials, Sweden's Minister for Migration Heléne Fritzon cancelled her scheduled meeting with Listhaug, saying she would not be part of an "election campaign" in the run-up to the Norwegian parliamentary election in September.
So the Norwegians might be white supremacists but the Swedes aren't
If I were Prime Minister of Norway, I would have fired her for insulting Norway's Swedish friends (if I hadn't already fired her a dozen times over for the other white supremacist remarks she had made). But I'm not Prime Minister of Norway, and the actual Prime Minister of Norway promoted her instead, no doubt congratulating her on a job well done.
On to her promotion and downfall.
Minister of Justice
After securing renewed support for the centre-right coalition in the 2017 parliamentary election, Listhaug was appointed Minister of Justice, Public Security and Immigration in January 2018, absorbing her former cabinet position following a government re-shuffle.
In March 2018 Listhaug posted a Facebook message claiming that the Labour Party "cares more about the rights of terrorists than national security" following disagreement on a parliamentary vote about whether the state should be able to withdraw the citizenship of threats to national security. After insisting for several days amid criticism that no apology was warranted other than stating regret if offending anyone, the government led by Prime Minister Solberg, and eventually Listhaug herself apologised for the post in parliament. As Listhaug's initial apology was considered "not good enough" by Labour leader Jonas Gahr Støre, this caused the opposition, including Labour and the Centre Party to state their support for a motion of no confidence pushed by the Red Party. The day before the vote on 20 March, the Christian Democrats also concluded they would support the motion, thereby indicating a parliamentary majority for the motion of no confidence. While retaining the full support of the Prime Minister who was prepared to put the whole cabinet up for a vote of confidence as a last resort, Listhaug resigned herself in the morning before the parliamentary session.
So throughout it all, the white supremacist Justice and Immigration Minister retained the support of the white supremacist Prime Minister, and no doubt the support of the majority of the white supremacist Norwegian people
No wonder they wore those Nazi sweaters (Tyr rune) during the Olympics.