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Øystein Windstad

Former journalist at Ny Tid.

Anarchism in Norwegian party politics

Which parties are most concerned with privacy, referendums, peace work, ecology and local self-government? We have gone through the party programs before the autumn elections.

Q and privacy

The Center Party and Party leader Trygve Slagsvold Vedum believe in a majority for the proposal for a statutory duty to accept cash. If there is no prestige in the case.

More control to the bank?

The cash will be replaced, says Executive Vice President of DNB Trond Bentestuen.

The battle for cash

The prime minister and Norway's largest bank will remove coins and banknotes. The "Yes to Cash" organization is fighting. The topic is currently at the Storting.

A hundred years of patience

Anarchy in The UKR takes the reader on a dreamy journey from the revolution in 1917 to today's conflict in eastern Ukraine. 

Set free – Kripos has now been notified to the Police Department Special Unit

Defender Brynjulf ​​Risnes is now reporting both Kripos and the State Attorney to the Special Unit for Police Affairs. Genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi is probably innocent. The process against him is very similar to the Monika case, says former Kripos investigator Håvard Aksnes.

Magnitsky Acts alternative facts 

Ny Tid has reviewed official Russian investigations, autopsy reports and police interrogations and checked the facts against the message in The Magnitsky Act. The allegations in the film are in direct contrast to the Russian authorities' own findings. 

We were attacked by hacker attacks

Norwegian Piraya Film says that they have been subjected to both hacking and smear campaigns to stop The Magnitsky Act. Director Nekrasov maintains that Magnitsky was not a whistleblower, and that Russian police officers have nothing to do with embezzlement of 1,8 billion kroner. [CASE EXPANDED 19.2]

Lies can get him sentenced to life

Norway will now extradite genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi to Rwanda, where he risks life imprisonment. Ny Tid can document that witness after witness speaks untruth, yet they are believed by both Kripos and the Norwegian judiciary.