Alan RM Jones notes how often the ABC stresses that that Norwegian mass murderer Behring Breivik is a “Right wing Christian” – although relevance of his Christianity seems obscure, given nothing in the New Testament and nothing said by any Christian leader possibly justifies his murder of so many young Norwegians:
Samuel Muyizzi (30) is one of the surviving ‘children’ from the Marxist paradise island:
Norway attacks suspect admits responsibilityÂ
Updated July 24, 2011 09:13:55
The suspect in twin attacks in and near Oslo that killed at least 92 people, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted responsibility, his lawyer said.
Behring Breivik, 32, was detained for allegedly shooting at least 85 people dead at a youth Labour Party meeting on an island and killing seven more in a car bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings in Oslo.
One more time:
Right-wing Christian or Marxist Media Dreck?
“He admitted responsibility,” lawyer Geir Lippestad told Norway’s NRK television channel.
He says Behring Breivik believes his actions were atrocious but necessary.
“He explained that it was cruel but that he had to go through with these acts,” Mr Lippestad said, adding that the attacks were “apparently planned over a long period of time”.
Police say they are questioningÂ the right-wing ChristianÂ over the massacre – a killing spree that Norway’s prime minister Jens Stoltenburg said had turned an island paradise into “hell on Earth”…
Â§ 92 dead, may rise to 98
Â§Â Ring-wing Christian extremistÂ charged
Â§ His farm searched for explosives
Â§ Possibility of a second gunman
While there had been initial fears the attacks might have been an act of revenge over Norway’s participation in the campaigns in Afghanistan and Libya, the focus shifted when it emerged the suspect was a native Norwegian.
While there was no official confirmation of the suspect’s identity, he was widely named by the local media as Anders Behring Breivik.
Blond-haired Behring Breivik’s Facebook page appeared to have been blocked by late Friday evening (local time). Earlier, it had listed interests including bodybuilding, conservative politics and freemasonry….
Police Commander Sverre Sprberg says they are looking for evidence.
“Actually we are just going through the whole farm, for technical evidence, looking for everything that could be connected to the late incident,” he said.
A sole message on Behring Breivik’s Twitter account, dated July 17, was based on a quote from British philosopher John Stuart Mill, reading: “One person with a belief is equal to a force of 100,000 who have only interests.”
Police spokesman Roger Andersen described the suspect as a ”Christian fundamentalist”, adding that his political opinions leaned ”to the right”.Â
Now contrast that determination to mention the murderer’s (at this stage seemingly irrelevant and certainly anomalous) Christian faith withÂ the ABC’s extreme reluctance to mention the faith of Major Nidal Malik Hasan, who screamed “Allahu Akbar” as he shot dead solders at Fort Hood, after telling a colleague “: “Muslims should stand up and fight against the aggressor.”
And see if you can find any reference to the faith of the Times Square bomber in these ABC reports:
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