NORWAY: LEFTIST POLITICIAN brutally raped by a Somali Muslim migrant blames himself for the attack

a98ad2df8f6bfbe56e82b576687266-viBleeding heart socialist (‘white privilege’) politician in Norway, raped and sodomized by a Somali Muslim savage, suddenly feels guilty after learning that his attacker would be deported back to Somalia. In other words, it is the screwballs on the left who are to blame for the massive Muslim invasion wreaking havoc across Europe today.


Daily Caller  Karsten Nordal Hauken was brutally raped by a Somali and felt so incredibly guilty in the aftermath he subsequently questioned whether authorities should even deport the man.

Hauken has finally come out to tell the public his story of his rape and forgiveness, Norway’s public broadcasting channel NRK reports.

Immediately after the rape first occurred, Hauken was taken to the hospital in Oslo where nurses collected samples for DNA evidence. About six months after the rape, police completed their investigation. They secured the DNA and fingerprint evidence necessary to move the case forward.


In court, the Somali claimed the interaction was consensual, but Norwegian authorities begged to differ. The Somali went to prison for four and a half years. 

The story doesn’t end there. Shortly before the sentence was over, Hauken learned the man was about to be deported from Norway and sent back to Somalia. “I got a strong feeling of guilt and responsibility,” Hauken wrote.


“I was the reason he wouldn’t be in Norway, and instead be sent to an unknown future in Somalia. He had already done his time in prison. Would he get punished again, and this time much harder?”

“I don’t feel anger against my rapist, because I look at him as a product of an unjust world. A product of an upbringing full of war,” Hauken said. What this all means, according to Hauken, is that refugees need our help more than ever.


As Hauken noted in the interview, it’s important not to stay silent about personal struggles and mental illness. Rape happens, and not just to women. But perhaps the most notable lesson Hauken says he learned is that “rapists are from a world so different from ours.”

“In his culture, sexual abuse is about power, not lust,” Hauken said. “And it’s not considered a gay action to be the one who engages in power and violence.”