Sunday, July 24, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik, the Neo-Crusader



Knight of the Long Knives.
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If I hadn't read that the Norwegian mass-murdering-domestic-terrorist was a Freemason, I would have thought he must belong to some borderline-sedevacantist, uber rad-trad, right-wing-nut Crusader group. I'm serious - I've read blog posts on trad blogs just as nuts as what Breivik spouted on his site. 
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OSLO (Reuters) - The man suspected of Norway's gun and bomb massacre had belonged to an anti-immigration party and opposed multi-culturalism, Islam and the "cultural Marxists" of the establishment, web postings, acquaintances and officials said Saturday.
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Anders Behring Breivik was accused of gunning down 85 people at a youth camp and killing another seven in a bomb attack on Friday.
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"Before we can start our crusade we must do our duty by decimating cultural marxism," said a caption under a video called "Knights Templar 2083" on the YouTube website.
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At the end of the approximately 12 minute clip, several images appear of Breivik, including one of him in a Navy Seal type scuba diving outfit pointing an automatic weapon.
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Two pictures also appeared earlier on a Facebook page created on July 17. The video was uploaded to YouTube on July 22, the day of the attacks. - Read more here.
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Disclaimer:  My comments referring to right-wingnut sedevacantist trads was not directed at any of my frequent commenters/readers, or the blogs I link to in my sidebar.

13 comments:

  1. You know though, it's not insane at all to be anti-immigration, anti-multi-culti, and anti-cultural marxism. The news media thinks it is.

    This guy was definitely off, but I will freely admit that he seems to have identified with a lot of the same political issues that I do.

    Multiculturalism is unquestioned dogma among the European establishment.

    I really fear that they will use this to silence ANY opposition. They've been waiting for this for years.

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  2. Here is an interesting article about the guy's views. A lot of people are saying that he was more or less mainstream conservative:

    "# The killer's online comments seem strangely mainstream. There is nothing to indicate a racist or fascist. And nothing to indicate a mass murderer in waiting.
    # He comes out against racism. From Google translate above: "Ethnocentric movements [like] BNP, National Front [are] not successful and will never be able to get over 10% support ... One can not fight racism (multikulti) with racism. ... Ethnocentrism is therefore the complete opposite of what we want to achieve."
    # Even his opposition to Islamic terror is rather moderate. He tries to say Islamism rather than Islam: "Islam (ism) has historically led to 300 million deaths".
    # One would expect a mass murderer to post more extreme comments. This is incredibly strange.
    # Far from being a member of extremist groups, he was a member of Norway's main conservative opposition party."

    from: http://markhumphrys.com/norway.attacks.html

    He wasn't even involved in extreme anti-immigration stuff. Just pretty run-of-the-mill stuff. The "anti-immigration party" he belonged to is more liberal than the Republicans.

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  3. Common Citizens have allowed themselves to be disarmed.

    In Arizona, USA, where I live, concealed weapons are carried by citizens with no government control or license.

    You can go anywhere you like, at anytime you like; someone wishing to harm you just needs to take their chances on what kind of heat you're packing.

    Most shooters know the best place to shoot somebody is where Liberals are gathered. Liberals think guns kill people, so they don't use them to protect their families and their country.

    I don't think this guy's Freemason membership had anything to do with his actions.

    I think this guy might have been crazy before he joined them, he just hid it well.

    I offend a lot of people just waking up each day.

    I wouldn't worry about offending a few trads, Novus Ordos, guppies, or manly manorexic men.

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  4. mercury - you said "I really fear that they will use this to silence ANY opposition. They've been waiting for this for years."

    I agree - most likely even our homeland security yelled jackpot and we'll probably see more security measures brought to bear.

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  5. Pablo - what you said about guns is doubtless true.

    However, European governments are going to use this to restrict gun ownership even more. They might even go so far as to ban shooting clubs (in the past there was never any connecting between shooting clubs and jackass terrorists, but this guy apparently belonged to one).

    The powers that be are going to milk this cow for all it's got - to silence anyone and anything that criticizes their agenda.

    Many of the sites this guy read are sites I am a fan of. Every single one of them denounces violence routinely, denounces racism routinely - but this will not stop the leftists. And for good measure, many leftist youth organizations in Europe encourage, justify, and support violence against the "right". Check out the website of any "antifa" organization and you'll see what I mean.

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  6. Anonymous10:10 AM

    The Holy Father from Castel Gandolfo
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    "I want to again repeat my grief-stricken appeal to all to abandon forever the way of hatred and to run away from the logic of evil," Benedict said in his remarks, speaking in Italian".

    Maria

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  7. Utah is much like Arizona..we do have conceled-carry permits, but not hard to get if you're not a law-breaker...ie felon, domestic violence, drug conviction etc

    That guy would not have gotten his third shot off if the shooting had happened in Utah..if he had even tried to begin with...

    I agree with Pablo ((!!)) The Masons had nothing to do with this and he had his own personal agenda..

    I will pray for everyone in Norway at Mass this morning..


    Sara

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  8. If I hadn't read that the Norwegian mass-murdering-domestic-terrorist was a Freemason, I would have thought he must belong to some borderline-sedevacantist, uber rad-trad, right-wing-nut Crusader group

    So, fill us in. To whom did the remark refer?

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  9. Obviously the remark referred to Thom, SFO :)

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  10. Thom, I just tried to think which person around here would be the least likely to be a sedevacantist uber rad trad. :)

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  11. lol I gotcha. I'm not as quick right now as I normally am- having a severe allergic reaction, covered in welts, and hyped up on many antistamines.

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