Gates of Vienna has the full text of Breivik’s letter and in it he states that his manifesto, as he calls it the “compendium” was carefully selected to damage the people he opposed, namely Fjordman, he doesn’t mention Robert Spencer by name, but he is clearly included.
“The compendium was, among other things, of a calculated and quite cynical <<gateway-design>> (the 2+?+?=6-approach), created to strengthen the ethnocentrist wing in the contra-jihad movement, by pinning the whole thing on the anti-ethnocentrist wing,” Breivik writes.
“The idea was to manipulate the MSM and others so that they would launch a witch-hunt and send their <<media-rape-squads>> against our opponents. It worked quite well,” Breivik writes.
Breivik describes the anti-ethnocentrist wing as “represented by Fjordman and his Jewish network, the EDL-leader, the SIOE-leaders, Wilders, Farage etc.”
Not only was Fjordman not responsible for Breivik’s actions, but Breivik had deliberately sought to pin some of the responsibility for the attack on him.
“When the norwegian MSM announced that Fjordman was my role model and idol, they couldnt be more wrong,” Breivik writes.
Again, that goes double for Robert Spencer, as Breivik goes on to explain that he had always identified with Stormfront. “I was never kicked out of Stormfront. In stead, I attacked them in the compendium in order to protect them, as I knew the authorities would use the fact that I frequented the site, against them, and that an army of leftist journalists otherwise would strike hard.”
Breivik writes that he was merely exploiting the counter-jihad movement to feed Nazi material into nationalist parties.
“There has been an active power-struggle between the two factions within the contra-jihadist movement for years, and the reason why its so critically important to dominate and influence this movement is because it acts as a <<supplier of terms>> to moderate european nationalist parties with a base consisting of tens of millions of europeans. The battle within the <<counter-jihad>>-movement is in many ways a battle for the future content of northern-european nationalism.”
His endgame is, now, according to him, “a norwegian-nordic indigenous state located in Østfold, consisting of two percent of the norwegian territory. Its also a very small price to pay in order to end a 68 year old conflict.”
Breivik, as I wrote before, is delusional, and is still operating in an imaginary universe where he is a central figure in some pivotal struggle. But his identification was with the neo-nazis, not with the counterjihad.