Once more the JEWS have not got their shit together.
There is NO Norwegian NEWSPAPER called Aftenbladet.  I live in Norway and I know the name of our newspaper.
The comedian, Otto Jespersen, said what Jerusalem Post writes, but every Norwegian LOOKED upon what Otto Jespersen  said as a protest against all the lies told by Jews about the so-called holocaust.  Norwegians are tired of constantly having to hear about the holohoax.  Norwegian know there were NO gassing of Jews during WWII.   Norwegian also know that there were about 200 KG of ZyclonB left here after the war ended.  Had the Germans wanted to gas Jews they could have done so using the ZyclonB they had here.  ZyclonB was produced to kill lice and other bugs. 
Yes, Jews are bugs, but NOT the kind you kill with ZyclonB
Randulf Johan Hansen¨
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Niemand sollen die Juden beleidigen.......

Complaint filed against Norway's 'Holocaust' comic

Dec. 20, 2008
Jerusalem Post staff and JTA , THE JERUSALEM POST

A Norwegian Jew has filed a complaint against a comedian who mocked the Holocaust, but fellow comedians and his TV station are backing the controversial performer.

"I would like to take the opportunity to remember all the billions of fleas and lice that lost their lives in German gas chambers, without having done anything wrong other than settling on persons of Jewish background," Otto Jespersen joked during a November 27 routine on national television.

On December 4, on the same Norwegian TV show, according to the London-based Academic Friends of Israel group, Jespersen presented a satirical monologue on anti-Semitism that ended with, "Finally, I would like to wish all Norwegian Jews a Merry Christmas - no, what am I saying! You don't celebrate Christmas, do you!? It was you who crucified Jesus."

Aftenbladet, a Norwegian newspaper, reported earlier this month that a Jewish man who lost nine family members to the Holocaust filed a "report" against Jespersen, but did not make clear what the repercussions of such a report might be.

Jespersen is notorious in Norway for his guerrilla comedy; he burned an American flag on air once in "support" of the Iraq war; another time, he burned a Bible and added that he would not repeat the stunt with a Koran because he wanted to live longer than a week.

Fellow comedians defended him after the Holocaust complaint.

"It was clear satire," said one, Johan Golden, according to Aftenbladet.

Another, Henrik Elvestad, said he did not see the monologue, but in general: "At other times when there have been controversies about Otto, such as the flag-burning episode, I have always been on Otto's side. I think he is well within limits."

Jespersen was also backed by his TV boss, the newspaper said: "The claim that Jespersen has anti-Semitic sympathies is completely false. I don't believe it. Otto Jespersen is trying to make a point in these monologues, and the text should be judged in context. It shouldn't be taken in isolation." the channel's director was quoted saying, although he acknowledged that some might be offended.