is almost always complaining. A bit too frequently he wants to share
his complaints with others, writing letters to the editor in Norway's largest
newspaper. Opinions about politics, the legal system, racism, architecture,
bishops, media, religion, the Turin shroud, public transport, translation, linguistics,
Norwegian defence, and royalty. To name but a few topics. Most of his letters
- and most of the list above - get printed.
All of them are in Norwegian (fortunately), except this: from The Guardians "Notes & Queries"
people, including Hitler, have tried this before you"
The most entertaining - and verbose - incident was initiated by his reading an article where an American political scientist claimed one couldn't compare Neville Chamberlain's appeasement policy in 1938 to the Reagan/Andropov détente.
Eventually, in a five-column article by an editor in the Novosty Press Agency in Moscow, Henrik was condemned for using "arguments and distortions in the best Goebbels fashion", and warned that "Some people, including Hitler, have tried this before you". Read more.