Debunking 6 Myths About Anders Breivik

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1. Anders Behring Breivik was a Fundamentalist Christian.

Breivik described himself as not a religious person and mentions praying only once. His plans leading up to the attacks involved multiple visits to prostitutes. In one section of his manifesto he clarifies what he means by Christian.

Q: Do I have to believe in God or Jesus in order to become a Justiciar Knight?

No, you don’t need to have a personal relationship with God or Jesus to fight for our Christian cultural heritage. It is enough that you are a Christian-agnostic or a Christian-atheist (an atheist who wants to preserve at least the basics of the European Christian cultural legacy.

Breivik did call himself a Christian, but meant that in a cultural sense, rather than a theological one. He emphasized that he was not seeking a theocracy, but a secular society. His idea of a Christian Europe had nothing to do with religion.

2. Anders Behring Breivik Hated Muslims.

Breivik viewed Muslims as the enemy, but only domestically. He emphasized that; “Knights Templar do not intend to persecute devout Muslims”

And he contemplated collaborating with them on terrorist attacks against Europe. “An alliance with the Jihadists might prove beneficial to both parties… We both share one common goal.”  The Caliphate was a useful enemy for his cause.

In Breivik’s own words, this is how such an arrangement would play out;

“They are asked to provide a biological compound manufactured by Muslim scientists in the Middle East. Hamas and several Jihadi groups have labs and they have the potential to provide such substances. Their problem is finding suitable martyrs who can pass “screenings” in Western Europe. This is where we come in. We will smuggle it in to the EU and distribute it at a target of our choosing. We must give them assurances that we are not to harm any Muslims etc.”

Ask yourself is these are the words of a anti-Jihadist who was fighting against Islam. Or a delusional European terrorist who was willing to ally with Jihadist against his fellow Europeans.

Breivik spells out that he is willing to kill Europeans on behalf of just about anyone…

There might come a time when we, the PCCTS, Knights Templar will consider to use or even to work as a proxy for the enemies of our enemies.

Under these circumstances, the PCCTS, Knights Templar will for the future consider working with the enemies of the EU/US hegemony such as Iran (South Korea is unlikely), al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab or the rest of the devout fractions of the Islamic Ummah with the intention for deployment of small nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical weapons in Western European capitals and other high priority locations.

Justiciar Knights and other European Christian martyrs can avoid the scrutiny normally reserved for individuals of Arab descent and we can ensure successful deployment and detonation in the location of our choice.

This should put to rest any idea that Breivik was on a crusade against Islam. He was a deluded man who imagined himself leading a takeover of Europe, even if he had to serve as a Muslim proxy to do it.

3. Anders Behring Breivik was Inspired by Counterjihad Bloggers.

Except Breivik didn’t actually kill Muslims. Instead he claimed to be part of a modern Templar Knights organization that was going to take over Europe. Breivik played role playing video games obsessively. One of his favorites was Dragon Age, one of whose characters is a Templar Knight who hacks his way to power.

Did the game inspire Breivik to become a modern Templar Knight? As much as Catcher in the Rye inspired the murder of John Lennon.

Breivik was manic depressive and using steroids while obsessively acting out power fantasies. He built up a fantasy world that convinced him he could become, “…a hero of Europe… A perfect example which should be copied, applauded and celebrated. The Perfect Knight I have always strived to be.”

Trying to apply rational standards to Breivik is futile. Like many killers he was of above average intelligence, but below average sanity. Remove the politics, and Breivik fits the profile of most spree killers. He was angry at society, a loner, suffered from mental problems, abused drugs (in his case steroids) and acted out violent scenarios in violent video games.

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  • Annie Jureau

    Wow, look that we have here! A site for right-wing morons!

    Here are the questions that could implicate us in inspiring mass-murder against innocent people.
    Memorise those answers boys. MEMORISE!

    • Ken

      How about you learn to spell, and then try to have a intellectual conversation.

      • A Kaufman

        Good point Ken. although I think the jist of what annie is saying is probably valid as well. These guys are in damage control/crisis mode. Clearly the cumulative affect of non-stop propoganda against, muslims, immigration and all this boogie man stuff was going to lead to something bad. in this case an impressionable young guy (remember, he started writing his document at the age of 22) took at all in then took when he thought was the next logical step. And bingo… 75 people murdered in cold blood. And mark my words… this is not a 'one-off'.

        • Foolster41

          To you reporting about what Muslims believe and do is propaganda, which says a lot about how you see the truth.

    • Fred Dawes

      I am your enemy i love freedom and the ideals of the Bill of Rights you Love mexico city/Red Chinese ideals and you love to hate a free people REIVIK IS WORKING FOR LITTLE MONKEYS LIKE YOU and all its evil, report me now TO YOUR SS UNIT!

    • Loupdegarre

      So Annie, are you here because you're a Moron or Right Wing? I'm guessing the former.

    • aharris

      If merely reading creates action, you'd better be careful because you're in imminent danger of becoming a right wing morons yourself. Better run away home.

    • eperantominoria

      Hello Annie:

      You probably think a guy like the Iranian Muslim intellectual Reza Aslan,who critiques Spencer,Geller,Horowitz,etc is an honest scholar,not a moron like Spencer,Geller,Horowitz.Here is the proof the famous Muslim intellectuals like Aslan are dishonest

      Hello Guys,

      As I stated before,I dislike intensely how Reza Aslan insults Robert and Pamela and even others,he belittles Ayan Hirsi Ali,Irshad Manji

      That's why I decided to show why he is no scholar,based on what is written in his 2 popular books "No god but God" and "How to Win a Cosmic War".What scholarly dishonesty.If you have university friends,intellectual friends who think he is a "great expert",then show them these articles

      PART 3:

      How he actually claims the Koran does not denigrate other religions,the book itself,and Koranic citations that prove it is false,suras 5:14 and 5:64

      In fact the NT continues to say the Jews are the Chosen People,the Koran never

      PART 4:

      It shows how he intentionally does not define the word "concubine" to give the Koran a good impression"

    • Daniel Greenfield

      Look what we have here. A woman desperately posting messages on a foreign site under two dozen different names.


    • Flipside

      It looks like David Horowitz is sparing no time in separating himself from his bastard offspring, Breivik.

    • Tom Fleming

      you’re a left-wing nut. go away.

  • Fred Dawes

    The Kids he killed are the Kids of the leaders of norway who want Multiculturlism and a European free europe the sad part is the leaders don't get one fact as soon as the muslims take power in europe all the white leftist will be Killed and all the supports would be killed. this guy Breivik was not a christian, or a supported of any Nazi ideals.

    He maybe working for others but who are the others?

    • A Kaufman

      Just when and how are the muslims going to take power in europe?

      That's laughable. Have you ever been to europe?

      • John W.

        The muslims have already taken control of large parts of major cities in Europe.

        • A Kaufman

          Really? Like where? And what do you mean by taking control? Kind of like the italians 'taking control' of large parts of New York? Or Jewish people taking control of large parts? Or hispanic people for that matter?

          I lived in Toronto for many years and you could divide certain areas of the city up in general terms according to people's backgrounds, spanish, portuguese, pakistani, italian, korean, jewish, chinese, etc…. I don't remember anyone in Toronto complaining about that. The newcomers came in..invariably lived in the pooer areas where they could afford housing and then eventually moved on. The cycle get's repeated over and over again. And then invariably they slowly congregated again but in more affluent areas.

          • WildJew

            I'm not a Christian as you can see. I find this CBN video and others like it enlightening. Is this comparable to what the Italian and Jewish immigrants have done in New York?

          • A Kaufman

            sorry, you're going to have to paraphrase…..because it won't work on this pc.

          • A Kaufman

            you know..sum it up. in words.

          • WildJew

            Do you mean the video won't work? The video shows Muslims worshippers taking over an entire Paris city street for prayer. Residents cannot come and go from their homes until the worshippers finish praying, presumably five times per day. It is against the law, what these worshippers are doing but the police have orders not to interfere, the politicians are apparently afraid. How are these accomodations in anyway similar to Italians or Jews?

          • A Kaufman

            LOL… people praying in a street upsets you? The Italians had the mafia blowing people away left right and centre years ago. A lot worse than praying in a street I think. I was in Toronto when the Italians won the World cup in 1982. There were flags up everywhere and every time the Italians won, which they did over and over, , main roads in the Italian district were closed as everyone rushed into the street. i remember a lot of white anglo-saxons complaining and saying that this is NOT Italy! and all that garbage…

            I've lived in places where the site of orthodox jews with thier black hats and so on upset people. You get that everywhere… do yourself a favour and put it down to small mindedness, which is exactly what it is. Email pat robertson and tell him I said so. LOL..

            Btw if you are talking to pat… ask him it is indeed he who is trying order something froma sex shop in the thread below. lol.

          • WildJew

            You cannot compare the two. Orthodox Jews are not making all kinds of demands for the public to accommodate their special religious requirements. Jews that have done this here in the US have been / are liberal Jews by and large and I generally oppose these requests. Orthodox Jews, like Italians and Muslims do tend to segregate from the larger community, you are right. As a Jew, I oppose asking the government for special accommodations. Unlike Muslims, Jews are not demanding prayer rooms and prayer times at work. We are not demanding foot baths. We are not demanding McDonalds sever Kosher (in Islam it is Halal) beef and chicken. If we were I would condemn it. Your comparison to the Jews fails, I think.

          • A Kaufman

            No it doesn't it…. in Toronto when i was there the big debate, which the jews won, was around education and getting government funding for jewish religious schools. Then asking for exemption from inclusion rules to maintain thier segregation. This happens in the UK as well. There are jewish family courts to handle things according to jewish law…. like sharia, but jewish. Remember the jews are good at boeing discreet. The muslims aren't. So eveyone here's about their demands, and we keep ours secret. but at the end of the day, we're equally demanding.

          • WildJew

            I am not familiar eith the Toronto case. Generally here in the US, liberal (including liberal Jewish leaders and organizations like ADL) generally oppose what we call state or government vouchers ( tax money ear-marked public schools) given to and allowing parents to "choose" to put their children in better-performing, often private religious schools. No religion is discriminated against or favored. I generally support vouchers. Why not? If Jewish parents in Toronto were not seeking a special exception, what is wrong with their position? I do not see Jews (not today) making special demands for public accomodation of our religious rituals; unlike Muslims. You've not made a compelling argument.

          • A Kaufman

            Does it bother you that muslims ask for some special things? if so, why?

          • WildJew

            Let me answer you this way. Have you a good translation of the Qur'an? Have you read what Muhammad wrote about the Jews? Jewish rabbis and scholars believe the seeds of anti-Semitism are sown in the Christian bible but the NT does not hold a candle to the Qur'an. Muhammad brutally murdered Jews in Medina because they did not accept him a true prophet. I am familiar with the martial verses in the Qur'an enjoining Muslims to kill unbelievers. You can argue the Torah also has its martial verses but Moses (unlike Muhammad) did not command Jews to kill "unbelievers," no matter how righteous and decent they may be. You can stick your head in the sand. Islam is an imperial religion, unlike Judaism. When Muslims ask for special accommodations – when they ask the government to compel infidels to observe or make exceptions for or to respect their religious obligations – a red flag goes up in this Jew's mind. Vigilant Jews feel the same way as I do. Maybe you don't know anything about our tortuous history. Do you?

          • A Kaufman

            I do know about our history. Quite a bit in my view anyway. If a jewish person wants to wear a kipa or a black hat all day and every day. Hey I don't have a problem with that. If a muslim want to have a quiet place at work where he can go and pray at any particular time during the day. i don't have a problem with that either. Why would it bother me. Does someone praying offend me? Of course not.
            Do the muslims i know treat me or disrespect me for who i am. not that I've ever noticed.

          • A Kaufman

            You use very negative terminology btw.. eg. compelling infidels. What's that? Do you have any muslim friends yourself? Jewish people can very negaitve about non-jews too you know. Probably as bad as anyone else to be honest. I've heard it a million times. At the end of the day, a muslim want a mosque so he go and pray. He wants a muslim school so his kids can be brought up in the faith like him. He wants halal options so he can follow his faith as well.. just like jews and kosher food. no difference. He probably want s to live in the same neighbourhood with other muslims because that's normal. All immigrant communities do exactly the same thing in cities all over the world.

          • WildJew

            I think I made my position clear when I wrote about America's bouts of isolationism and xenophobia. I celebrate ethnic diversity. I shop at my neighborhood Indian store – they are Hindu. You couldn't find a more peaceful people. I deplore the anti-Hispanic, anti-black sentiment I hear down here in the south. We are talking about religion; not ethnicity. If the religion is a peaceful one, fine. Looking around the globe, especially in the Middle East, Asia, North Africa, Russia and parts of Europe, how can you make the case that Islam is at rest and at peace with its neighbors? You cannot. Don't delude yourself. I have no problem with Muslims praying, so long as they are not praying to Allah and teaching in their mosques, 'kill the Yehudi, Allahu Akbar'!.

          • A Kaufman

            I didn't say that muslim countries are at peace with thier neighbours. Israel is not at peace with it's neighbours either btw..lest you forget. and while we're at it, the big wars of this century, WW1, WW2, and Vietnam, were started by agressive christian nations. The holocaust was a deed committed by a christian nation as well.
            Anyway, persecuting and isolating people has never lead to peace. Never, not even once in history. The only solution is positive engagement.
            All this murderous cult crap, is just that ,..crap. Christianity has it's fair share of cults, and has committed it;s fair share of murder (like the holocaust which was a 100 per cent religious persecution). and is still doing so.

          • A Kaufman

            and positive engagement for me… means getting along and being kind to the muslims i know in my life. And that's it…. all this londonistan and sharia is taking over the world and my daughter will sacrificed in a mosque is meaningless, stupid and irrelevant.

          • WildJew

            I do not believe in persecuting anyone. You are right about Christianity and its violent history. The Second World War was started by an aggressive Christian nation, Germany. Some would argue that Nazism was not particularly Christian but a secular-pagan ideology. Nonetheless, German Christians embraced Nazism and Hitler with zeal. Israel would be at peace with her neighbors if her neighbors were at peace with Israel. What you are insinuating is obscene. Shame on you.

          • A Kaufman

            Obscene …lol… wow! you should see me dance. that's obscene…but if you;re suggesting that israel does not share blame with her neighbours for her present predicament means you've not remembered your thinking cap!

          • WildJew

            How does Israel share blame with her murderous, genocidal "neighbors?" Can you be specific?

          • ebonystone

            WW2 was begun by: [1] Imperial Japan –NOT Christian; and [2] Nazi Germany in partnership with Soviet Russia — both with largely Christian populations, but NEITHER with a Christian government. Of course, if you mean war in the sense that it takes two to tango — there would have been no war if the Christian U.K. and Christian U.S. had not resisted the aggressors, then you're half-right.
            Vietnam was started by the North Vietnamese — NOT Christian.
            Another great war, which you fail to mention, was the Chinese civil war, in which NEITHER side was Christian.
            Then there were the Cambodian civil war and the Iraq-Iran war, two more in which NEITHER side was Christian. And one might add the Korean War, which began as one non-Christian country attacked another, but which expanded to include the Christian U.S.

          • No dhimmi

            The question is have YOU ever been to Europe. It's well known that there are Muslim no-go zones in many places in Europe, including France. The French government has the story on its website:

            Islam is making inroads everywhere, especially in Great Britain, where Tower Hamlets is now under Muslim control, with a billion-dollar budget.

            Yep, that's all just soooo hilarious, lol.

            Doesn't seem like you know anything about Europe or Islam at all. Perhaps you'd best study the subject before babbling like an ignoramus.

          • trickyblain

            What column/row on the page you referenced refers to no-go zones in France?

            Just asking…

          • alan g

            There are sections in London where sharia law has been evoked. Can you explain to me why that isn’t a problem, Kaufman? That is not just an ethnic thing like you are talking about.

          • A Kaufman

            Where in London is sharia law in force?

          • No dhimmi

            Where in London is sharia law in force? All over the place, fool, where Muslims are roaming the streets, as well as the some 85 sharia courts in Great Britain as a whole.

            All you've done here, LOL boy, is to show how ignorant YOU are. Try reading a newspaper once in a while when you crawl out from under that rock.

          • Misan

            Dear people – I live in Europe and yes, parts of it has already been taken over as in TAKEN OVER – there are no-go-areas in many places now where you as a non-muslim don’t go if you want to remain alive and well. It’s only a matter of time now until we reach critical mass – if you have read about that then you know what will come after. Just a pointer.

        • Fred Dawes

          sadly you are right only God can help now.

      • Hallvard

        Easy. You keep on injecting Muslims.

        I guess four hundred years ago the average Indian thought it was laughable that America would ever be colonized by Europeans.

        When I grew up in the 80s there were extremely few immigrants in this country. Now, more than half of the children in Oslo are children of immigrants. How do you think Oslo will look like in another generation or two?

        On total, there are some 800 000 in this country. The native population numbers about 4,2 million people, but the birth rate of the native population is unsustainable. And we soon number 5 million people now.

        Of course not all immigrants in Norway are Muslims. But we do have a huge number of immigrants from Pakistan and the Middle East.

        Anyway, I expect history to repeat itself the way history has repeated itself every place and every time Muslims become a majority.

        • A Kaufman

          What bothers you about muslims in your city?

          Would you be upset if you had 800,000 hasidic jewish people in your country?

          • Hallvard

            I belong to the indigenous population and feel about as bothered by it as I can imagine a regular Indian would be about large scale colonization of America in 1700.

            I think I would be upset about 800.000 of just about anyone. But more so about groups clearly hostile to out values, culture and way of life. Injecting such people in large numbers is asking for problems, in my humble opinion.

          • A Kaufman

            Why would you be upset though? Are you scared of change? I mean the hasidic jews are a very good example in new york. They keep to themselves, and refuse to integrate (if that bothers you) into the mainstream (whatever that is) and they breed like rabbitts. Their culture is a million miles away from mainstream (i hate that word) american culture. They are a perfect example of multiculturalism in action. The italians are the same. They live together, work together, they hang out together and speak italian together. They also commit a lot of crime together as! ____My best friend is of italian descent and his dad always talked aobut how hostile the 'indiginous people were to them when they arrived in Toronto the 40's and 50's. They didn't speak the language, they had a different way of life and stuck together like glue. and the indiginous people – white anglo saxons hated them and villified them for it.____If you want to cut off your country from the rest of the world… go ahead, it's your choice… The rest of the world will move on and leave you behind. and trust me, you'll live to regret it. __

          • A Kaufman

            People criticise places like iran and north korea because they're paranoid of outsiders amongst other things…. you seem to want norway to do the same thing. So be careful what you wish for… because you'll end up in the same boat. A small inbred country languishing and deteriorating on it's own.

          • Hallvard

            You can not seriously compare America to Norway in that respect. Different history, different culture.

            The population of Norway has had "multiculturalism" pushed on it without being asked and despite a large majority of the population not wanting it. This is not only a cultural problem, it is also a democratic problem that undermines the faith in democracy in itself. I am not at all surprised that a nut like Anders Breivik finally snapped. Next time it may be some Islamic radical. Who knows?

            I am sorry you have such a stereotypical view of this country. We have very long maritime traditions. We have never been poor on cultural impulses, and technologically and in terms of money we are currently doing very well. Not thanks to immigration of uneducated, radical Pakistanis marrying their own cousins, I might add.

          • A Kaufman

            I'm not aware of any referdum on multiculturalism in canada or the US or the UK or anywhere else?

            If you're not happy with the policy, vote for someone you agree with.
            That's democracy.
            Do you seriously think that being intolerant yourself or spreading intolerance will actually improve your country?

          • Hallvard

            "I'm not aware of any referdum on multiculturalism in canada or the US or the UK or anywhere else?"

            Those countries have little in common with Norway, like I stated above. And by the way, nice try with the "two wrongs make one right" fallacy. You might as well say there were no referendums in Nazi Germany either.

            "If you're not happy with the policy, vote for someone you agree with.
            That's democracy."

            Democracy is majority rule. Here we have a small minority of politicians almost entirely across the political spectrum who does not care what the people want, determined to reshape the country in their image.

            "Do you seriously think that being intolerant yourself or spreading intolerance will actually improve your country?"

            On the contrary. Let`s be tolerant, Norwegian style. This is how the government deals with extremists: "You want to behead those who insult Islam? Here, have some money! You want to kill converts and homosexuals? Here, have some more money!" I feel much better now. Thank you for leading me to the right path.

            By the way, maybe Jews were too intolerant towards Nazism. Yes, that must have been the problem.

          • A Kaufman

            "I'm not aware of any referdum on multiculturalism in canada or the US or the UK or anywhere else?"

            "Those countries have little in common with Norway, like I stated above"

            In general terms, how is norway any different from the UK, or Ireland or Scotland?
            I mean I laugh (and cry at the same time) when i hear Canadians or Americans go on about immigration and immigrants. A crazy bunch of hypocrits if I ever saw it.

            As far as democracy is concerned… don't you have that people's party that s all anti-immigration and extreme right wing? right up your alley, no?

            About tolerance: I was referring to you personally. Because at the end of the day, that's all any one of us has any control over.

            By the way, maybe Jews were too intolerant towards Nazism. Yes, that must have been the problem.

            I think the problem was that they (jews) were powerless …like most minorities in the face of majorities.

          • voted against carter

            Your comprehension ability is suspect so I try and keep it simple.

            You are an idiot. STOP proving it with every statement you.

          • 93Metro

            So because the jews didn't want change and were the minorities, they were wrong? That's what you're saying about people that don't want change in their worlds. An example: A conservative here in the USA doesn't want the progressive changes being thrust upon them, and because of this, they're bad? They're not bad, they're different. Maybe there's a group of people here in the USA that don't want their country to be like the places their forefathers came from. I'm just say'n…..

          • WildJew

            I believe your Italian friend is right. America has an unfortunate history and legacy of xenophobia and a fear of a certain kind of non-white, non-Anglo Saxon immigrant, including Jews. That is why Europe's Jews were barred from entering the US before and during the Holocaust; anti-immigrant / isolationist sentiment, fueled by xenophobia. There may indeed be some of that when it comes to Muslim immigrants, but there is indeed reason for concern nonetheless. As a Jew, having studied Islamic texts and teachings, having watched and listened to prominent Muslim clerics throughout the Middle East, I am concerned. If you are a Jew, you should be concerned. Are you Jewish?

          • A Kaufman

            I am jewish and I'm not that concerned. First of all, all this BS that america is on the verge of replacing the constrituation with sharia is just plain stupid. No one, not even the opportunist spencer really believes that garbage. and that appplies to European countries as well in my opinion..
            I have many people who I work with who happen to be muslims who I get along with just fine. Do I think that';s going to change? No.
            Am I worried that a muslim is going to break into my house or burn down my business or the synagogue? absolutely not.
            I do my bit to get along with people and that's all i can do.

          • A Kaufman

            America will never replace the constituation with Sharia law. I mean that not even a joke. That's just dumb. full stop. I've never givne it any real thought because it is a plain stupid thought. any serious person knows that. The same applies to any country in Europe.

            Your last point is interesting though.

            As i said, I know a number of muslim people from various places in the arab and muslim world. Some from Pakistan, Iran, Egypt, Somalia. At leas the ones that i know, tend to be quite humble and soft-spoken people. Traits my mother had in spades, and ones which I struggle with to be honest. lol.
            We get along quite well as i said. We don't discuss politics very often. Normal gripes about politicians like everyone else.

          • A Kaufman

            On the subject of Israel I have discussed with my egyptian friend. To be honest, there is a mutual awareness that neither side of the political divide is innocent and when things happen, it's more a general sorrow that things can't be mended and that the fate of so many lies in the hands of so few people who can't seem to make any positive difference.

          • alan g

            Kaufman, if you lived in a hasidic community and weren’t Jewish I don’t believe that you would be forced to wear a tallis, kippa or to bring the point home be forced into circumcision.
            Do you see the difference, or are you so far to the left that you can’t seebetween what is right and wrong.

          • A Kaufman

            I've lived in a community that was probably, in fact almost certainly majority muslim in northern england in fact…for a year…and …well..uh.. nothing. i got on with my life and muslims and everyone else got on with theirs. .. so what's your point? The only people who tried to convert me while i was there were jehovahs witnesses. lol!

          • A Kaufman

            And just to make it clear…not a single muslim, not even one.. forced me into a mosque against my will. Can you believe it? I was never tied down and forced to eat fallafel or drink turkish coffee or memorise versus from the koran. Are you surprised? For your sake, i hope not. lol.

          • 93Metro

            the slow boil is going to get you, my friend…..

        • Mark

          BTW according to .. .

          muslims in norway only account for 100000 to 170000 of the population

      • SpiritOf1683

        Have you ever heard of Jens Orback, the Swedish politician who said in 2004: "We must be open and tolerant towards Muslims so they will be open and tolerant towards us when they become the majority", eh doofuss?

      • Marxist hunter

        When they have reached the right numbers.They breed like germs,and being aided and abetted by the ruling classes. We dont have enough children to sustain our numbers so will eventually be a minority. Only 8% of the worlds population is white.

    • Annie Jureau

      Geez, i thought my grammar was bad.

      • Marxist hunter

        It is,but who cares

    • FredR

      The others are the Jews.

  • crackerjack

    Breivik has deprived Europe's populist right wing movement of its main weapon; – aggressive anti-multicultural rethoric under the banner of "free speech".

    Additionally, Europe's new anti-Islamisation right wing has become inacceptable as partners in forming goverments, like in Holland or Norway. As figures such as Wilder are forced to tone down their rethoric, they will slip into oblivion.

    Europe's lunatic Judeo-Christian supremeacy bubble has burst.

    • AdamB

      And not a moment too soon. Hopefully , as well, the norwegian inquest into the mass-murder in oslo will cite these influences and eventually force european governments to act against these right wing maniacs.

      • crackerjack

        I believe they may be little reason left to act against the new populist right once the immigration debate is toned down.

        Their political agenda is a one-trick-pony, rotating solely around the supposed islamisation of Europe. They project no comprehensive agenda regarding education, finance, structure reform, health, globalization, enviroment or the likes.

        Their simple minded scare agenda will return to where it came from – lunatic

      • Travis

        When is Noam Chomsky going to be blamed for Hamas and Hizbollah terrorism? Noam is not only quoted by that Hitler salute giving scum, but he also supports them through his activism.

        • Harry Goldfarb

          He'll never be blamed … and things will only change when the israeli government and it hangerers on wake up to the injustices they're inflicting on the palestinian people.

          • SpiritOf1683

            What injustices? Oh I get it. Thet Israeli authorities are getting better at stopping Paleonazi savages from blowing up buses and coffee bars in Israel.

            Now thats an injustiice to a bitter Israeli-hater like yourself.

        • trickyblain

          He get's blamed all of the time on this Website. Liberals get blamed for Islamic terror attacks as well (Unholy Alliance?). Read. It's the MO of this entire rag and the victim/blame game is the legacy of Horowitz. Hell, liberals are blamed for nearly everything wrong in the world on this site.

          Then, when a nut actually sources one of this site's main contributor's own words as part of a 1,500 page rationale for a mass murder, FPM becomes unglued because the "MSM" even mentions it.

          • pagegl

            The nut also sourced the New York Times, so, using your logic they are also culpable. Maybe that is why they published the stupid op-ed piece blaming Spencer, they wanted to strike first to deflect blame for their part in the massacre.

    • Mike

      I don't think so. As long as the theocractic, human rights abusing cult called Islam exists, then free societies everywhere will still continue to try to rid themselves of muslims and their dangerous ideologies. It only takes reading the Koran and the life of their beloved prophet to realize how backward and violent Islam really is. You'll also realize that there is no such thing as a "moderate" muslim.

    • SpiritOf1683

      And your brain has burst crackerjackass. Oops, sorry, my bad. You've never had a brain.

  • ApolloSpeaks


    Breivik is a lunatic with a messiah complex. He believes that he's the heaven sent savior of Norway and European civilization from Islamic political and cultural subversion, which is very real and growing. After many years of trying to awaken Norway to no avail Breivik completely lost his mind and humanity and came to insanely resent and hate his country and people. In a fit of psychotic rage he decided that Norway would ignore his message and mission no more. So on July 22nd he struck his blow slaughtering 76 Norwegians as a blood sacrifice to his cause.


    • MaryE

      I guess you ignored the part of Christ's message when he spoke of humility, charity and brotherly love.
      Seeing as that was a central part of the message, it appears you've missed …well, ..everything.

    • Bernadette de Wit

      Perhaps you mean a Lucifer complex, Breivik believing that he was sent by Satan? Victory disease?

  • ApolloSpeaks

    !As much as he hated Moslems he hated his people more. Breivik has made his mark on history and has entered the annals of infamy. In the end this mass murdering terrorist thug has more in common with the murdering, bloodthirsty prophet Mohammed than with the non-violent, world renouncing, ascetic Jesus Christ; more in common with Islamic jihadists like bin Laden than with peaceful, civilized, virtuous Americans like Robert Spencer and Pam Geller. Bash Spencer and Geller all you want it won't stop the counter-jihadist movement. The jihadists will see to that.

    Click my name ApolloSpeaks and read my widely linked Townhall piece, Apollo Takes On Loonwatch Over The Norwegian Masscare And The Bashing Of Spencer And Geller

    • Simon Hartley

      "peaceful, civilized, virtuous Americans like Robert Spencer and Pam Geller. Bash Spencer and Geller all you want it won't stop the counter-jihadist movement."

      LOL… you must be a looney!

    • A Kaufman

      which God and/or religion inspired this mess?

      what about …Feb. 21, 1973, and Israel's stupid decision (according to pres- Nixon) to shoot down an unarmed civilian aircraft that accidentally flew into then-Israeli-controlled airspace. The shooting of Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 114 that day resulted in the deaths of 113.

      I could name at least another 2 or 3 dozen similar cases. I think Jesus said, 'do not judge lest thee be judged'.

    • Morty62

      There is actually a grudging admiration for the Muslim world because they stick up for their ideology in a forceful way, unlike proponents of multi-culturalism in the West, for whom Breivik has nothing but contempt. In a war, traitors are viewed as being even worse than the enemy against whom you are fighting and that's who he targeted, people he views as Western cultural traitors, going so far as to try and eliminate their offspring so that multicultural ideology would not spread in Norway into future generations. It's all very calculated and completely psychopathic. It's very similar to what Chrles Manson tried to do. Manson believed his murders would trigger an apocalyptic race war, which he favored because he calculated that whites would win. To wait any longer would favor the enemy, blacks, who he perceived as eventually out-breeding whites. Similarly, Breivik states that he hopes his actions trigger a civil war between patriotic Westerners and the enemy, Islam and the Western, Marxist multi-culturalists who who have opened the door to an eventual Muslim takeover of Europe.

  • ISAIAH5417

    As Marlene Dietrich's character observed at the conclusion of A Touch of Evil:
    "What does it matter what you say about people." In the end the only thing that matters is what G-d knows about each one of us. In this present Age disciples of the Christ are inspired by his Spirit; i.e., the Spirit of Life, the Spirit of Truth, the Spirit of Peace. The Holy Spirit of G-d's Christ does not lead his people to murder other people in cold blood. (cont'ud)

  • ISAIAH5417

    Talk of man-made "christianity" these days is divorced from G-d's supernatural leadership and inspiration "not by might, not by power, but by my Spirit says the LORD of hosts." (Zechariah 4) The era of man-made religion is coming to an end. The purveyors of man-made religion will not go quietly. The young man who committed the crimes in Norway is no better than any other false prophet or terrorist thug who claims that he is acting at the behest of a "religion" that is as bogus as the "god" he claims to serve. The Holy Spirit of the living God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob does not lead his people to murder other people in cold blood. The violent and bloody Old Testament Law was nailed to the Cross on a hill outside the walls of Jerusalem 2000 years ago. Those are the facts. People who pursue violence "in the name of "'god'" are the worst kind of liars.

    • JHol

      A Kaufman I'll pinch this from you if you don't mind…..

      which God and/or religion inspired this mess?

      what about …Feb. 21, 1973, and Israel's stupid decision (according to pres- Nixon) to shoot down an unarmed civilian aircraft that accidentally flew into then-Israeli-controlled airspace. The shooting of Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 114 that day resulted in the deaths of 113. I could name at least another 2 or 3 dozen similar cases.

      I think Jesus said, 'do not judge lest thee be judged'.

      In otherwords there are a$$holes, criminals, and governments as well, who do terrible things in the name of religion all the time.

      • SpiritOf1683

        Why were Jewish-invented vaccines wasted on you? Perhaps you should go the whole hog and get rid of your computer and mobile phone. They have Israeli-devised software and components. At least we wouldn't see the inane rantings of yourself, Kaufman and De Shawn.

  • Hallvard

    ”In general terms, how is norway any different from the UK, or Ireland or Scotland?”

    I was primarily referring to the USA and Canada, having a completely different history, but still having an indigenous population suffering from immigration. The UK, Ireland or Scotland it not all that different, but like I mentioned, two wrongs (lack of respect for the people) don’t make a right.

    ”As far as democracy is concerned… don't you have that people's party that s all anti-immigration and extreme right wing? right up your alley, no?”

    The only People’s party we have is Kristelig Folkeparti (Christian People’s Party). Or maybe you mean Fremskrittspartiet (Progress Party)? In case you wonder Fremskrittspartiet are not anti-immigration. They may want to reduce the number of immigrants slightly, and have a few suggestion on how to increase integration of immigrants, but that is all. The few anti-immigration people were kicked out of the party back in the late 90s. As for extreme right-wing, they are probably too red even for most Democrats in the USA. So in fact they may be right up your alley.

    ”About tolerance: I was referring to you personally. Because at the end of the day, that's all any one of us has any control over.”

    I think I’ll have to agree with Karl Popper on that one:

    ”Unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them.”

    • A Kaufman

      You're generalising…which is understandable of course in this kind of discussion, but be careful of painting a whole people with the same brush. Again, that's what the germans did in the 30's and 40's. There may have been some bad people who were jewish, as there are bad people belonging to every race, religion or creed. But the nazis convinced the population that EVERY jew was bad. ..and were the source of all their ills. The same thing is happening in the US and Europe in regards to muslims. Most die-hards on this website, especiallly the writers try ot tell you that EVERY muslim person is evil. And the Muslim countries do it themselves of course in the middle east and elsewhere. But as you said, 2 wrongs don't make a right.

      • A Kaufman

        Spencer has said it many times… there is no such thing as a moderate muslim!
        He wants you to believe that every one of the 2 billion or so muslims is evil … and even though he doesn't come out and say it directly of course, he's telling you the world would be better off without this 2 billion. Brievik thought that. Clearly.

        About tolerance, again that's down to every individual and how you relate and communicate with people every day. For me, life is too short to go out of your way to judge people you don't even know on a local level. In other words, it was a norwegian who committed this mass-murder, so would you agree that we should start setting up some websites to preach on the evils of scandinavians and norwegians in particular? Should I stop talking to any norwegians I happen to know? Should i encourage people around me to have nothing to do with your country? and to be suspicious of any norwegian i come across? Because a guy committed these things?

        • Hallvard

          ”You're generalising…”

          Actually I am not.

          ”but be careful of painting a whole people with the same brush.”

          I have several ”Muslim” friends, but they are about as ”Muslim” as I am Christian. They even eat pork and say they would rather live in Israel than any Islamic country. I certainly do not fear any of them participating in any terror attack, but there are bad Christians and bad Muslims everywhere. They are as bad Muslims as I am a bad Christian. Good Christians follow the example of Jesus, while good Muslims follow the example of Muhammed. Jihadists following Muhammed’s example uaually kill more people in a single week than Breivik did. And they do that week after week, month after month, year after year.

          ”Again, that's what the germans did in the 30's and 40's. There may have been some bad people who were jewish, as there are bad people belonging to every race, religion or creed. But the nazis convinced the population that EVERY jew was bad. ..and were the source of all their ills. The same thing is happening in the US and Europe in regards to muslims.”

          I guess I must have missed the chapter on Jewish terrorism, holy war and centuries of military aggression against Europe in my history book.

          ”Most die-hards on this website, especiallly the writers try ot tell you that EVERY muslim person is evil. And the Muslim countries do it themselves of course in the middle east and elsewhere. But as you said, 2 wrongs don't make a right.”

          I think you are constructing a straw man.

          ”Spencer has said it many times… there is no such thing as a moderate muslim!
          He wants you to believe that every one of the 2 billion or so muslims is evil … and even though he doesn't come out and say it directly of course, he's telling you the world would be better off without this 2 billion. Brievik thought that. Clearly.”

          See above, Breivik is a lunatic, yet you assume everything he thought, planned and did was completely rational. By the way, I get he feeling you portray Muslims as victims. Breivik blew up a government building, and the vast majority of the killed were regular Norwegian youths. It was not directed at Muslims at all, but the Norwegian Labour Party. Who are he victims? It is a simple question. Who did he kill?

          ”In other words, it was a norwegian who committed this mass-murder, so would you agree that we should start setting up some websites to preach on the evils of scandinavians and norwegians in particular?”

          If Norwegians had been responsible for 17.000 terrorist attacks the last decade, you’d have my full support to warn against Norwegians, even if the terrorists only were a small minority.

          ”Should I stop talking to any norwegians I happen to know?”

          That would be your own decision, and not one for me to make.

          ”Should i encourage people around me to have nothing to do with your country?”

          Given the example above, you probably should.

          Anyway, I have wasted enough time on this.

          • A Kaufman

            Apologies for wasting your time. Good talking to you though. Intelligence comes from ideas…sharing and investigating.

  • DeShawn

    Just ask yourself: who benefits?

    • WildJew

      Was Mossad also behind the 9/11/2001 attacks. Does Salon's Glenn Greenwald (who is linked to your piece) also buy into your conspiracy theories?

    • Bernadette de Wit

      Right. It is always the Jews who are behind everything, is it not DeShawn?

    • Ghostwriter

      DeShawn,please stop with your sickening Judeophobic rants. They are vile and disgusting. Also,please stop reading "Mein Kampf" and read something else,preferably something that is not attack Jews merely for existing on planet Earth.

      • SpiritOf1683

        De Shawn is a stupid uneducated and jealous black blockhead who should never have been given his Jewish-invented vaccines and medicines. If we were all like DeShawn, we'd have been practicing black magic, sticking pins in voodoo dolls, and living in mud and straw huts.

    • Ron Leweberg

      The Left and Islamists benefit.
      Basic rule: terrorism against political parties heklp the aggrieved party and decimate the movement tangentially related to the terrorist.
      If you apply the lunacy of outcome based conspiracies, then the attacker was a communist, anarchist, or Muslim and Breivik was the fall guy.
      Wayne Madsen is not a even a competent conspiracy thinker.

  • Gamem

    According to Breivik's on writings he saw (correctly may I add) that radical Muslim immigration was destroying Norway and that the Socialist government of Norway was bringing them in. It is noteworthy that instead of murdering radical Muslims he murdered the members of the socialist camp on Utoya island. He spoke a lot about the need to kill traitors and he must have perceived the camp to be the indocrination center of Norwegian traitors. He probably felt that the greater guilt was with the traitors who brought the extremist Muslims in than the Muslims themselves. __Mr. Breivik felt he had to do something to save Norway and reached the conclusion that the only choice he had was to shoot. The blame for Mr. Breiviks actions do not only fall on him, they fall on the irresponsible left wing government of Norway that allowed in masses of Muslim immigrants and that appeases them and caters to their every wish and that is allowing Norway to slowly become an extremist Muslim run state.

    • trickyblain

      Ok. So now the people who were killed are at fault. Breivik was acting out self-defense!

      • Gamem

        The people in the socialist camps were being indoctrinated with the bad ideological outlook of the ruling Socialist party of Norway. The fault there lies with the party that created the indoctrination camp as well as the parents of the youth who sent them there. Certainly that fault does not justify them being killed. The government of Norway did and does let Jihadis into Norway and that is a serious crime. They are partly at fault for what Breivik did.

    • persson92

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  • Morty62

    I don't think it takes a psychologist to understand that unstable, psychopathic people can takepassionately-held views and use them as the basis for extreme violence. The Unabomber, bin Laden, McVeigh, etc … PETA and Greenpeace are very militant in their views, and members of both stage actions that border on being violent.Of course, if someoen from PETA decided to shoot up a fashion show that featured leather or blew up a factory-farm no one now blaming Geller, Spencer, Fjordman et al for the Oslo killings would dream of accusing PETA's ideology of causing the attack. This is simply the left making the most of a golden opportunity.

  • LindaRivera

    What this filthy murderer accomplished was to incite the most vicious attacks by elites and the mainstream media on the courageous men and women who place their lives on the line to warn of the terrible dangers of Islam. Was this the mass murderer’s real goal?

    The Koran commands that all peoples and nations are conquered and subjugated under excessively cruel Islamic sharia law where defenseless non-Muslims have no human rights. In some Muslim countries and majority Muslim areas, severely persecuted non-Muslims live in daily fear.

    In India, Israel, Europe and the UK there are many no-go Muslim areas where it is too dangerous for non-Muslims to enter. In some areas of Europe, the hate for non-Muslims is so fierce, that ambulances require a police escort to enter Muslim areas.

    • L Darbyshire

      Name one place in the UK?

      ..and do you really think that police and ambulance no-go areas don't exisit in non-muslim areas of the US?

      You need to get out more love.

    • trickyblain

      Yes, Linda, the real victims are Robert Spencer and those who follow him, Not the people murdered and their families.

    • SpiritOf1683

      This proves its tiime to send in the military and send the Muslims packing to Somalia and Pakistan.

  • Cheryl L

    oopps! ..someone left the crazy door open again! LOL!

    As John Lee Hooker used to say.. 'I love that talk…that crazy talk'.

    Fun to see one looney argue with another one though.

  • LindaRivera

    Countries that REFUSE to protect their own people, are countries that face total destruction and Islamic conquest. The end of civilization. G-D help non-Muslims!

    Sweden is being destroyed. A low intensity civil war has alr.flv

    Caption underneath the video:
    The Swedish social system is collapsing under the pressures from the hundreds of thousands of Muslim immigrants that have flooded the country. Immigrant crime and rape are epidemic. Social services are reduced and slipping away as asylum seekers get preference over Swedes.

    • Dr Tongue

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      Harry: I can't. I'm busy.

      Too busy for pantyhose?

      Harry: What do you need pantyhose now for?

      There's immigrant rape taking place everywhere in sweden

      Harry: Turn that stupid pc off, NOW!

      • SpiritOf1683

        So now it looks as if 85 per cent of the convicted rapists in Sweden were born on foreign soil or by foreign parents – i.e. from Somalia and other Islamic crapholes. Why did the Swedes need Somalis in their country? And you can bet it won't be much different in Norway etc.

    • Kalle

      Oh, quit spreading lies. I’m Swedish, you’re obviously not.

  • Brujo Blanco

    This character from Norway is a whack job. He does not deserve the type of attention he is getting. Regarding Muslims the problem is not that they are moving into Western countries. The problem is that as a group they are not just a religious group. They are pushing for a theocracy in which Muslims are on top and in charge. He UK is now having problems with Muslims declaring certain geographical areas to be Muslim and under Sharia. They have gone so far as to post these areas as such and they have their own “police” to enforce their laws. They are going after “improperly dressed” women. This is blatant decriminatory and thuggish behavior on the part of Muslims.

    • Dr Tongue

      Bruno! Is that you?

    • L Darbyshire

      According to the Sun newspaper in the UK. This fringe group has put a couple of posters. The group is not recognised by any mainstream muslim groups and the posters have no legal basis.

      in other words..some idiots printed off some poster which have no meaning or impact on anything …no issue.


  • davidhorowitz

    And so the spin continues, as the Right tries desperately to defend Breivik and similar massacres around the globe.

    • Cheryl L

      It's nice to see you've finally come to your senses david. Now get rid of that Spencer moron and you're in business.

      • Rifleman

        I notice you haven't refuted anything Spencer or Greenfield has said, so “moron” from you must be a projection.

    • Rifleman

      Typical commie, pretending to be someone you're not. How has the Right defended breivik, and what other massacres? You're intitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts.

    • Ghostwriter

      That is insulting! No one here on this page is defending Breivik or what he did. Please read up a little more before you right something stupid.

    • Foolster41

      How are you not banned? Surely impersonating an admin is a bannable offense.

    • SpiritOf1683

      And you would have lionized Breivik had his victrims been Israeli Jews, eh Hitlerite.

  • tagalog

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  • Steve Chavez

    The media though is running with the "Right-wing Christian" angle as ABC Radio News, on top of every hour, is still doing! They want to demonize Republicans and Conservatives by equating this nutcase with many of us!

    LET'S JUST HOPE, that a Norwegian doesn't draw CARTOONS of Breivik because "those crazy Fox News watching Right-wing Christian Tea-Baggers WILL REVOLT!"

    (A Norway cartoonist drew Mohammad CARTOONS and caused Muslims worldwide TO REVOLT!)

  • "gunner"

    mulims worldwide are revolting, they never bathe.

  • Iron Yank

    I love the way some of the communists here try to take the actions of one lunitic & spin it into some kind of mainstream religous right wing thought. Nice try especially when the biggest murders in history are left wing dictators and this is a fact that you cannot dispute.

  • Some Questions

    I am very interested in point two in Greenfield's analysis. Where for example, did Breivik in a gun adverse Europe obtain all that hardware and ammunition? Moreover, one has to ask, who besides our own domestic leftwing profit from his actions?

  • Ghostwriter

    This man Breivik is a lunatic and a monster. He deserves to be in jail or before a firing squad. Me,I choose the firing squad for this piece of garbage.

    • Bob the Aussie

      He should be at least in a jail with the walls papered with the photos of his victims. He should stay in such a condition for the rest of his life while looking at those photos and contemplating his own inhumanity.
      He should be stripped of his status as a human, of ihis name, degraded officially to a sub-human and given a number.
      He should also be chained to an electric current producing generator to warm up his own room and pay for his food.
      Such a treatment should be applied to every vicious murderer.

      • SpiritOf1683

        And the rest of his life should be no more than one month after the completion of his trial.

  • johnnywoods

    The Nazis in Germany said that they were Christians too. You can say anything but if it "quacks like a duck……."

    • Foolster41

      They were Christian, while disobeying everything Christianity stands for? I think not.

      Please show me the verse where Jesus killed, raided or advocated for the death, subjugation or silencing of non-believers. It sounds so familiar, oh, I think I'm thinking of another religious leader who came later. What was his name?

      • johnnywoods

        Hey Foolster, You obviously did not get my drift. I said that the Nazis "said" they were Christians. You can "say" anything but that does not make it so. If German Nazis were Christians then I obviously do not know what a Christian is and would no longer want to be one. Sorry if I was clear in my earlier comment.

        • Foolster41

          Ah, no, you weren't so unclear. Looking again, I see what you meant. Sorry about that.

    • SpiritOf1683

      If you hate Christians so much, off to Pakistan you go.

      • johnnywoods

        To whom are you speaking? You obviously missed my point I am an Evangelical, Bible believing Christian without apology. Anyone who knows me can attest to that fact. I said that Nazis in Germany "said" they were Christians but that means nothing as their actions belied there professions. I am as anti-muslim as they come and have no desire to go to Pakistan or any of those other "hell-holes" where they worship the "moon-god".Sorry for your misunderstanding of my earlier statement.

        • SpiritOf1683

          I'm sorry my post somehow finished up in the wrong place.

  • Stuart Parsons

    There is no doubt that Breivik was deranged. For the cause of his derangement we have to go back 1400 years to Arabia where another deranged man invented a cult that killed all who spoke out against its mythical god and his 'Prophet'. The 'Prophet' supported by his deluded followers, lied, plotted, tortured, killed, robbed, ransomed and raped his way to absolute political and 'religious' power.

    The Cult of Muhammad is a far greater threat to the well-being of mankind than Fascism Communism and the mentally unstable Breivik ever were; It goes on killing non-Muslims for ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever………..

  • tarleton

    Linda ….stop using this fine website to promote your moronic fundamentalst views…you're clearly another deranged religious creep constantly embarressing us conservatives….''thou shalt not suffer a witch to live '''

  • Peter

    Breivik DID hate muslims. Cherry picking quotes does not help your argumentation.

    Here's what he wrote in the manifest:

    "An alliance with the Jihadists might prove beneficial to both parties but will simply be too dangerous (and might prove to be ideologically counter-productive)."

    "A future cultural conservative European regime will deport all Muslims from Europe and isolate the Muslim world."

    It would be against his ideology, and he wants muslims out of Europe. Of course he hates muslims. You can't come to any other conclusion, if you actually read the manifest.

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  • Give_me_the_truth

    What a terrible and ignorant article, clearly by someone who has very little knowledge about this despicable criminal. Whoever wrote this article is a fanatic just like Breivik, and just does not show it in a physical sense. I’m an atheist, and I do not support of any religion, so it’s not like I am trying to say he was anti-Islam because it helps build my political views, like the author of this article. But this same old tactic to distance any criminal out there from being anti-Muslim, pro-Israel, or Christian, is getting way too old. It’s the year 2014, we have a lot more information out there than you think. Stop making a fool out of yourself!