Norwegian homegrown terrorist may not have acted alone

Anders Behring Breivik in a pose from his 1,500 pages of hate-filled anti-Islamic and anti-multiculturalism manifesto "Knights Templar of Europe 2083"

The comparison to the 1995 Oklahoma bomber, Timothy McVeigh, has been mentioned more than once in media articles about the shootings and bombing suspect from Norway, Anders Behring Breivik.

“This is the Norwegian equivalent to Timothy McVeigh,” said Marcus Buck, political scientist at the University of Tromso and added that this was an example of, “Right-wing domestic terrorism.”

 Terry Nichols and Michael Fortier were also convicted as conspirators with McVeigh in the Oklahoma bombings. It is possible that Breivik did not plan or act alone in the horrendous crimes committed in Oslo and Utoeya on Friday.

An online video  posted on Friday July 22nd and allegedly authored by Breivik claims that  in April 2002, 12 delegates from 10 different European countries met in London, England to re-found the Knights Templar in an attempt to bring conservative right-wing Christianity back to Europe. It is yet unknown who the delegates were or if indeed they could possibly be the figment of Breivik’s demented mind.

Anders Behring Breivik, 32, moved to a farm in Asta, Norway, one month ago. Anne Pederson, a neighbour of Breivik’s in the rural village of Asta in a BBC online report said, “We noticed he had not farmed the land properly. He recieved a lot of fertilizer, but didn’t use it on the land.”

According to unattributed accounts in Argentina’s Clarin, Breivik ordered 6 tonnes of fertilizer, not unusual for a farmer to do. The combination of the “ammonium nitrate” component of fertilizer and fuel creates a highly combustible explosive, Clarin stated, alluding to the possibility that the purchased fertilizer was intended for the car bomb detonation in Oslo on Friday, July 22nd.

The death toll at the hands of one man is incredible, leaving some authorities to speculate that Breivik did not act alone.

“We’re not sure it’s just one person…based on statements from witnesses,” Sveinung Sponheim acting National Police Chief said in a CNN report, and added, “We think there may be more.”

The Guardian of England concurred. “Investigations are continuing into unconfirmed reports of a second gunman,” and quoted Sponheim as having said that police are, “not at all certain,” that the gunman acted alone.

At a televised news conference police officer Roger Andreson said, “We are not sure whether he was alone or had help.”

In a report online by Reuters the story is further darkened by a slow response by police to the island of Utoeya where the shootings took place.

“An inadequate boat and a decision to await a special armed unit from Oslo, 45km (28 miles) away, delayed the response,” the report stated.

“When so many people and equipment were put into it, the boat started to take on water, so that the motor stopped running,” said Buskerund County police operations chief Erika Berga.

Breivik planned and carried out one of Norway’s most horrific acts of violence since World War 2. On Friday, July 22nd 2011, a car bomb in Oslo  and shootings on the island of Utoeya killed 93 people. Breivik told his Lawer, Geir Lippestad that the deaths were, “Gruesome but necessary.”

To Breivik and others like him the “necessary” part of his killing spree comes from an ideology that ethnic diversity and multiculturalism is a bad thing.

The Argentinian publication Clarin stated that, “It is no surprise that (Breivik’s) attack was directed at young Social Democratic government and it’s supporters…who accept and embrace different cultures.”

In an online video link provided in the NY Times article, Oslo suspect wrote of fear of Islam and plan for war, a video of a summarized version of the 1,500 page manifesto “A European declaration of Independence 2083,” allegedly created by Breivik, names the multicultural alliance as Marxists, suicidal humanists and capital globalists.

In the video Professor Thomas  Hyland Ericksen of the University of Oslo, once a member of the Norwegian Liberal Democratic Party, is quoted at 1:55;

“Our greatest challenge is to deconstruct them (Europeans), and we must deconstruct them so thoroughly so that they may never be able to call themselves a majority again,” a viewpoint clearly not shared by Breivik.

At 2:40 in the video the author shows images of Europe titled “EUSSR” and later at 3:40 calls Europe “Eurabia.”

At 5:10 in the online video summary of Breivik’s manifesto the BBC logo is shown in three different ways, traditionally, Communist and Islamic. Later the caption reads, “BBC; Proud to facilitate the Islamisation of Europe.”

The caption at 10:32 reads, “The poor fellow soldiers of Christ and of the temple of Solomon referred to as the Knights Templar was re-founded in April 2002 in London, England.” The text continues on stating that the, “Primary objective is to seize political and military power from the multiculturalist elites.” The video text states that 12 delegates from 10 European countries attended the meeting in 2002. Delegates from France, England, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Greece, Spain, Russia and Serbia attended the founding meeting.

At 11:12 the video states that the Knights Templar of Europe works to implement;

1. Unity NOT Diversity

2. Monoculturalism NOT Multiculturalism

3. Patriarchy NOT Matriarchy

4. European Isolationism NOT European Imperialism

The KT (Knights Templar) work to emulate a cultural model of Europe like the 1950’s the video said.

In 1950, Europe was recovering from the aftermath of WW2. Ethnocentric, homophobic, chauvinistic and conservative; these are the good old days according to Breivik’s ideologies.

No thank you, I’ll stick with the present.


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