Italy lawmaker: Some of Breivik's ideas "great"

Hopen’change anyone?

 I suppose that all the Anti-Islam parties will be receiving lots of money from the governments to open up a “dialogue”. Just like the Muslims got after they blew up the buses and trains in London.


Breivik finds friends in Italy

(CBS/AP) LUTON, England – A politician in a party in Italy’s governing coalition called some of Norway massacre suspect Anders Behring Breivik’s ideas “great” while the leader of a British far-right group to which Breivik claims links called the attacks a sign of “growing anger” in Europe against Muslim immigrants.
Following a wave of near universal revulsion against the attacks, the comments were among the first public statements that appeared to defend the extremist views that drove the Norwegian gunman to carry out the massacre.

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Mario Borghezio, a European parliamentarian who belongs to Italy’s right-wing Northern League party, told a mainstream Italian radio station that he sympathized with some of Breivik’s ideas.
“Some of the ideas he expressed are good, barring the violence, some of them are great,” he told Il Sole-24 Ore radio station.

The Northern League, the junior partner in Premier Silvio Berlusconi’s government, has caused a stir with its increasingly virulent anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic rhetoric.

Meanwhile, Stephen Lennon, leader of the English Defense League, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he does not condone Breivik’s rampage but “the fact that so many people are scared – people have to listen to that.”

“People should look at what happened in Oslo and understand that there is growing anger in Europe,” said Lennon, 28. “You suppress people’s rights you suppress people’s voices and people will just continue to go underground – but that doesn’t make the problem go away.”

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Backtracking on earlier denials of any link to Breivik, Lennon said he is in touch with regional EDL leaders to find out whether the gunman had contact with members of the group as he claims in his sprawling manifesto.

Breivik has also posted admiring comments about the EDL online and expressed a wish to attend its rallies.

“It could turn out that one of our members met with him but at this point we’re not turning anything up,” Lennon said.

Breivik has confessed to the twin attacks on Oslo’s government district and a summer camp for the youth wing of Norway’s ruling Labor Party that killed 76 people. He said he carried out the massacre to publicize his calls for expelling Muslims from Europe.

The act of right-wing terrorism stunned a continent that has been grappling with a wave of xenophobia and anti-immigrant violence amid faltering economies, rising unemployment, and ongoing fears about Islamic terror plots.

Lennon, also known as Tommy Robinson, said he has recently taken his group touring in Germany, France and the Netherlands, and finds rising European support for xenophobic groups like his.

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“They’re going to get bigger and bigger,” said Lennon, who is missing several teeth from brawls with police. The EDL leader was convicted Monday of leading a football hooligan street fight and sentenced to 12 months community service.

Lennon also claimed that a man Breivik describes in his manifesto as his mentor – “Richard (the Lionhearted)” – is a former EDL member called Paul Sonato, who was kicked out of the group a few years ago.

Sonato, an English right-wing blogger who now goes by the name Paul Ray, told The Associated Press in an telephone interview from his home in Malta that he never had any dealings with Breivik and condemned the massacre.

“Being implicated in this, I just want the truth to come out and it proven that I’m nothing whatever to do with this,” he said.

The 35-year-old blogger said he fled England almost two years ago after being arrested for stirring racial hatred and settled in Malta.

8 thoughts on “Italy lawmaker: Some of Breivik's ideas "great"”

  1. I just listened to the Spencer interview on the Beep.

    It always amazes me how deep these BBC-boyz are in the Islamo-pocket, they all sound like clones of Nicky Reilly. But Spencer has a mouth and knows his stuff; and that helps.

    Tommy Robinson (also) did a brilliant job and came out in front, but he did miss a powerful point. Paxman kept asking him what he disagreed with in the Norwiegian lunatics manifesto and Tommy should have told him that the manifesto quoted Churchill, Gandhi, Orwell, Jefferson, John Locke, Edmund Burke, Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain, and the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

    And then there is ‘the catcher in the rye’, wasn’t that a favorite book among deranged killers in the past? How come nobody ever holds that author responsible for murder?

    The Killer is mad, of course.

    But why?

    Turns out that Breivik was in fact raised by ”a moderate cultural Marxist and feminist”:

    Breivik describes himself as a disaffected product of the Norwegian liberal political elite, furious at the way sexual instability has affected his own life. His father was a diplomat, stationed first in London and then in Paris. His parents divorced when he was a year old, after which his feminist mother married a Norwegian army captain, and his father wed a fellow diplomat who Breivik calls a “moderate cultural Marxist and feminist.”

    Though he describes his stepfather as somewhat conservative, he nevertheless complains of a “super-liberal, matriarchal upbringing,” which he says has “contributed to feminise me to a certain degree.”

    Well, well, well.

  2. Sounds like the belief in ‘glo-bull worming’.

    They’re indoctrinating commie zombies and mental midgets in these camps. And yet: we still haven’t seen one single picture of “those kidz” whether dead or alive!

    WTF is going on?

  3. Sheik,
    The Left / Marxist / Communists have always been masters of spin, deception and half truths. The way these people have been stomping on anyone with a conservative view is scarey, they are labelling anyone who is conservative ‘evil’.

    We’re back to the days of when the Kremlin and Politburo used the tired old line on their mindless automatons, ‘the evil West’.

  4. you don’t know norwegian peace.

    we love you and islam. we love all


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