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24 July 2011

Aggregation of Data on Norway Horror

New info on Norway:

·         He kept a 1,500 page day-to-day diary detailing his attack and posted it on the internet hours before the attack.

·         Took nine years to plan the attacks at a cost of 300,000 euros.

·         He lists 100 political parties in Europe that "directly or indirectly support the Islamisation of Europe," including the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems in the UK. He even lists the numbers of "Category A and B traitors" who should be killed in each country, saying there are 62,216 in the UK.

·         Angela Merkel, Tony Blair, Nicholas Sarkozy, and Gordon Brown were specifically name as Category A traitors and marked for death. 

·         Journalists like Melanie Phillips, a Jewish atheist in Britain, were on his target list, which is very strange since she has written volumes about the Islamification of Europe and the clash of the two diametrically-opposed cultures.  Her books include “Londonistan” and “The World Turned Upside Down:  The Global Battle over God, Truth, and Power.”

·         He was an eco farmer and BP oil fields were on his target lists.

·         His manifesto talks about a secret meeting in London in April 2002 to reconstitute the Knights Templar and said it was attended by nine representatives of eight different European countries, including Breivik.  Every one of them is, allegedly, prepared to act in their own countries as he did.

·         He estimates there are between 15 and 80 such "knights" in western Europe, each of whom is a "solo martyr cell" who is "completely unknown to our enemies and has a minimal chance of being exposed.”

·         He talks about ridding Europe of cultural Marxism and Islamists and wants Europe to be more like Japan or South Korea with Socialist programmes, but nationalist and homogenous.

·         His aim was to achieve a "monoculture" modelled on Japan or South Korea.

·         These "role models” – Japan and South Korea - "represent many of the European classical conservative principles of the 1950s" because they are "scientifically advanced, economically progressive" societies "which will not accept multiculturalism or Cultural Marxist principles.”

·         He believes in eugenics and that the world is overpopulated and must be reduced to 2.5 billion by 2083, 400th anniversary of the Battle of Vienna. 

 The manifesto contains a tally of the number of people, two million, Breivik believes should be murdered in his crusade.

Breivik says Hitler was "a traitor to the Germanic and all European tribes" because he "had the military capabilities necessary to liberate Jerusalem and the nearby provinces from Islamic occupation" but failed to do so.

·         His personal preference would be for 45,000 people to be killed and another million wounded, which he says reflects the number of people killed and raped by Muslims since 1999, which he calls the beginning of the "European civil war.”

·         "For me, personally, it was my government's involvement in the attacks on Serbia."

·         "It was completely unacceptable how the U.S. and Western European regimes bombed our Serbian brothers. All they (the Serbs) wanted was to drive out Islam by deporting the Albanian Muslims back to Albania."

·         "I don't hate Muslims at all. I acknowledge that there are magnificent Muslim individuals in Europe. In fact, I have had several Muslim friends over the years, some of which I still respect. Muslim individuals who do not assimilate 100% within 2020 will be deported as soon as we manage to seize power.”

·         Politically, he describes himself as a “revolutionary conservative, cultural conservative, Vienna school of thought (the halt of the Ottoman Turkish invasion at Vienna in 1683), economically liberal.”

·         He was disgusted by the Norway’s association with the Nobel Peace Prize because it had been awarded to Yasser Arafat.

·         Religiously, he describes himself as a “Christian, Protestant, but I support a reformation of Protestantism leading to it being absorbed by Catholicism.  The ‘Protestant Labour Church’ has to be deconstructed as its creation was an attempt to abolish the Church.”

·         Breivik was a freemason (as was the Dunblane mass murderer), said a spokesman for the Saint Johannes lodge in Oslo.

·         “There are situations in which cruelty is necessary, and refusing to apply necessary cruelty is a betrayal of the people whom you wish to protect.”

·         ‘The preferred method is to attack in a violent and deceptive form (shock attack), usually with limited forces (1-2 individuals).’

·         “Once you decide to strike, it is better to kill too many than not enough, or you risk reducing the ideological impact of the strike.  Explain what you have done (in an announcement distributed prior to operation) and make sure that everyone understands that we, the free peoples of Europe, are going to strike again and again.  Do not apologise, make excuses or express regret for you are acting in self-defence or in a preemptive manner.  In many ways, morality has lost its meaning in our struggle.  The question of good and evil is reduced to one simple choice.  For every free, patriotic European, only one choice remains:  Survive or perish.  Some innocent will perish in our operations as they are simply at the wrong place at the wrong time.  Get used (sic) the idea.  The needs of many will always surpass the needs of a few.”

·         He was a member of the Progress Party, Norway’s second largest political party, which is the only Norwegian party to support Israel’s right to exist.  The day before the horrific attacks, the Foreign Minister had called for a Palestinian state at the island where some of the children had called for the boycott of Israel.  This had been reported; however, now that it is known that he had been planning the attacks for 9 years, there would not seem to be any connection.  Thus, we don’t have the first incidence of a Nazi killing anyone to protect or protest on behalf of Jews or a Jewish state. 

"He was motivated by a desire to bring about a revolution in society," said Anders Behring Breivik's lawyer.

Well, sheesh, so were Maximillian Robespierre, Karl Marx, Fredrich Engels, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lev Davidovich Bronshtein, Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili, Ho Chi Minh, Saloth Sar, Ernesto " Che" Guevara, Francisco Paulino Hermenegildo Teódulo Franco y Bahamonde, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, Evo Morales, Huey Newton, and Bill Ayres.

I think Anders Behring Breivik is an evil man.

Unlike idiots with the Che or Mao shirts, the left would go nuts if they saw anyone in an Anders Behring Breivik t-shirt.

Irony is lost on most of them.

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