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Many Russian revolutionaries, Geifman claims, knew little about socialist theory, while Islamic terrorists are often ignorant of the Koran’s teachings. These terrorists, like Breivik, use a political cause simply as a means and a camouflage to sacrifice themselves and others to their god of death, sacrifices their pagan deity demands. Geifman compares these death worshippers, or thantophiles, to India’s Thugs who murdered thousands of innocent travellers as human sacrifices to their death goddess, Kali. And Kali’s followers, like Breivik, could even be found in the middle and upper reaches of society.
While there may be a practical reason in his demented worldview why Breivik targeted so many young people, as they do represent the future leaders of Norway’s multicultural-supporting Labour Party he so detested, thanatophilia is also involved. Geifman maintains the 2004 attack on the school in Beslan, in which 186 Russian children died, was a natural development in modern terrorism’s century-long history. It was an act of death worship, in which “the death-worshippers took their sacrificial destruction to a whole new level” by targeting children. Islamic terrorists have also taken over a school and deliberately targeted young people in Israel.
Death worshippers, Geifman believes, have to target children and young people, since they are the essence of life, the center and future of every family and community. The murder of this life-giving force by Breivik and those of his ilk therefore make them a more worthy offering to their Kali. And this targeting of the young also serves as a plausible warning where death-worshipping terrorists will strike next.
It is noteworthy that Breivik did not go to Labour Party headquarters and carry out his massacre there among the people directly responsible for the multiculturalism he so hated. Instead, the vast majority of his victims were blameless regarding the political policy that sparked his mass homicide.
Unfortunately for the civilized world, this is the savage trend of modern terrorism. Geifman states that its hallmark in the last hundred years is a degeneration from “punishment of individual adversaries” to “indiscriminate cruelty and carried out en masse.
“In fact those who die are not the primary targets,” Geifman states.
Terrorists also do not hide the fact they are death worshippers. Islamic terrorists have often said they love death like Westerners love life. The Soviet newspaper Pravda was just as explicit about the end game of the Communist death cult when it stated in 1920: “Those who replace us will have to build on the silence of the graveyard.”
And that is exactly what Breivik has done in Oslo. Like Beslan and New York after 9/11, the Norwegian terrorist has created “a dead zone” where a cemetery-like atmosphere will predominate for weeks to come. And it is these dead zones that death-worshipping terrorists want to spread worldwide. Governments ignore the lessons of Beslan and Oslo at their peril.
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