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Christian Tybring-Gjedde (born 8 August 1963) is a Norwegian right-wing politician, anti-immigration activist, Islamophobe and climate change denier. He currently represents the anti-immigrant party Fremskrittspartiet—the party of which Anders Behring Breivik was a high-ranking youth leader—as a member of the Norwegian parliament and is arguably its most extreme MP. His extreme views have put him on a collision course with the somewhat-more-moderate factions even within his own far right party.
Climate change denier
Anti-immigration activist and Islamophobe
Christian Tybring-Gjedde is noted for his activism against immigration and, specifically, against the immigration of Muslims to Norway. He has claimed that he "doesn’t have the conscience" to be quiet about his conspiracy theory that Norway is a victim of "sneaking Islamization," a claim he has made repeatedly. He has further claimed that immigrants "are threatening Norwegian culture."
In a 2010 op-ed, he wrote "we don't believe in multiculture" and claimed that immigration of non-ethnic Norwegians was "idiocy in the long term, and we think it might tear our country apart," echoing Anders Behring Breivik's later manifesto.
- - La nå mannen steke i eget fett, Forskerforum, 20 September 2013
- - Christian Tybring-Gjedde er fremmedfiendtlig, Nettavisen, 17 September 2013
- Norway election results: Anti-immigrant party with links to mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik set to enter government under Conservative leader Erna Solberg, The Independent, 10 September 2013
- - La nå Tybring-Gjedde steke i eget fett, Aftenposten, 20 September 2013
- Irony surrounds immigration debate, newsinenglish.no
- Tybring-Gjedde for global oppvarming, Dagsavisen, 27 May 2011
- Tybring-Gjedde mener «snikislamisering» er et godt og aktuelt ord, Aftenposten, 18 September 2013
- Rasistene stemmer Frp, Fri Fagbevegelse, 18 September 2013