Norway Officials Place Children Seized From Parents Over ‘Christian Indoctrination’ Up for Adoption

03 Jan


Officials in Norway have moved to place five children that were seized from their parents on charges that included “Christian radicalization and indoctrination” up for adoption, reports state. As previously reported, on Nov. 16 and 17, Norway’s child welfare services, the Barnevernet, seized Marius and Ruth Bodnariu’s two daughters, two sons and their baby, Ezekiel.


15 responses to “Norway Officials Place Children Seized From Parents Over ‘Christian Indoctrination’ Up for Adoption

  1. Dave

    January 3, 2016 at 5:12 pm

    If you don’t like your country’s official religion, which in the West happens to be rainbow-flag Progressivism, you need to keep quiet about it. Freedom of speech/religion is a ruse to smoke out dissidents and punish them, like Chairman Mao and his Hundred Flowers Campaign. Instead, take a family vacation to a jurisdiction that still believes in God, guns, and homeschooling (e.g. anywhere in the non-coastal USA), and start new lives there.

  2. Will S.

    January 3, 2016 at 5:46 pm

    Indeed, if you want to stay put in a country like Norway, clearly you have to take your Christian faith underground, tell your kids not to talk at school (if forced to send to a public school because of homeschooling being illegal) about their beliefs, etc. And wait for the reaction.

  3. feeriker

    January 3, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    I’m gonna ask once again: why aren’t the evanjellyfish up in arms over this? Why are they not calling for punitive sanctions against Norway? Why are there no outraged crowds outside the Norwegian Embassy in Washington staging 24/7 protests? And finally, how is what the Norwegian government is doing here any different from what Muslim governments in Africa and the Middle East have done to Christian children (i.e., kidnapping them and forcing them to convert to Islam)?

    Any western Christian who reacts to this with anything other than the same outrage normally reserved for “brown” parts of the world is a despicable hypocrite.

  4. Cecil Henry

    January 4, 2016 at 12:12 am

    Here is a very telling part of the issue.

    If you are a Christian, ask your minister what they are doing to oppose this behavior. Will they speak out about it? Will they point it out, pray about it in church and be active in challenging this beyond shibboleths.

    The answer, if you listen carefully and watch, will surprise you– because most of the churches are NOT opposed to this behavior. They preach Churchianity and social marxism– and use the Christian church to promote it.

    I know. I have asked ministers, and they are embarrassed or silent- but they will pray for ‘diversity’ and African ‘liberation’ every Sunday. Wake up!!!

  5. Will S.

    January 4, 2016 at 1:29 am

    A fair challenge. Twould be instructive to see what happens if anyone tries it.

  6. Mark Citadel

    January 4, 2016 at 9:07 am

    The Norwegian government is an anti-Christian terrorist cabal. This is kidnapping, plain and simple. The Norwegian government got everything they deserved in Utoya. There, I said it, sorry if that’s controversial but it is the truth. How much longer can we tolerate this abuse in silence!

  7. Will S.

    January 4, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    The Norwegian government was scarcely impacted, unlike those who lost their lives, including children.

    There are times and places for violence: a just war is one; stopping / fighting crime is another. Overthrowing a corrupt regime may be another, depending on circumstances.

    Vigilante action by a lone wolf, though, is just madness and/or evil.

  8. feeriker

    January 4, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    Has anyone made any efforts to help the Bodnarius with legal aid, offers of asylum, media campaigns, etc.?

    I’m pretty sure that I already know the answer, but just thought I’d ask.

  9. Will S.

    January 5, 2016 at 1:50 am

    I don’t know. But my guess is the same as yours.

  10. Mark Citadel

    January 5, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    And when is war just? Will it be just when they execute the faithful? Will it have to get to that level before a response is permitted? What I see here is an unprovoked assault on the Christian faithful by a satanic cult. Forgiveness must be given 70 times 7, but even that is a finite number, and what is the selling off of Christian children but a death sentence, for will they not likely be given to non-Christians, those who will deny them their rightful inheritance of a hereditary faith? The Middle East reflects the outcome when an enemy receives no pushback. With each successive unprovoked attack, it seems inevitable that we will inch towards something more serious.

  11. Will S.

    January 5, 2016 at 9:45 pm

    Mark, I don’t have many easy answers. I do know that a war is not a one-man operation against an enemy, though. And civilians should be left out of it; only the state, esp. the military and/or government, of the enemy, should be targets, ideally.

  12. Skeggy Thorson

    January 12, 2016 at 12:52 am

    If any of you are interested, there is a petition on behalf of the family on

    There was another petition, started by their pastor I think, somewhere, but I cannot find it any more, sorry.

  13. feeriker

    January 12, 2016 at 10:47 am

    I just signed the petition and would encourage others to do the same. It’s a small step in the right direction.


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