Norway's Norgen Moogen Blasten Jihad

Ultra asshole Abe Foxman: ADL

Pamela Geller: Abe Foxman (whom consistently sides with the enemies of the Jewish people) is worse than a kapo. The kapos had the nazi gun to their heads. The traitor, OTOH, has no excuse for putting the Jews on the train. How the membership of the ADL doesn’t kick him out on his keyster is beyond me.

 Today Foxman  proves it again:

“Vilifying the Islamic faith”

Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller, who promote a conspiratorial anti-Muslim agenda under the pretext of fighting radical Islam.

  Breivik is a product of the multicultural society. 


Bad Terror vs Good Terror/thanks to Jihad Watch Germany

 Sweden Democrat Erik Hellsborn has written on his blog that the twin attacks in Norway are the fault of “mass immigration” and “Islamisation”,  If Europe had not become multicultural then the shootings would not have happened,” he told Hallands Nyheter.  Those who should feel guilt are those he calls “cosmopolitans” and argues that “in a Norwegian Norway this tragedy would never have happened”.  (The Local)

Geller: Mumbai vs. Oslo

In “Mumbai vs. Oslo” at the American Thinker today, Pamela Geller skewers the media double standard regarding investigating the motives of jihad terror versus the alleged motives of the deranged Norway murderer.

Tommy Robinson on Daybreak

The one thing I don’t understand is, why is everyone scrambling to read what this psychopathic killer has written to offset blame? Why does anyone care what the killer thinks or says? Hasn’t he forfeited his right to be a celebrity by murdering dozens of innocents?  (Vlad Tepes)

Caroline Glick: Breivik and totalitarian democrats

“…And it is this tendency that most endangers the future of liberal democracies. If the Left is ever successful in its bid to criminalize ideological opponents and justify acts of terrorism against their opponents, their victory will destroy the liberal democratic foundations of Western civilization. “

Melanie Phillips says it brilliantly:

The suggestion that Breivik’s behaviour resulted from political rage – let alone from reading thinkers such as John Locke, John Stuart Mill or Winston Churchill – is frankly itself an opinion in need of treatment. The man is either in the grip of a psychosis or he is a psychopath – in other words, a grossly abnormal personality incapable of human feelings of empathy (my money is on the latter). What he himself says about his own opinions or state of mind therefore does not bear examination. Yet throughout the west, apparently intelligent people have been not only ascribing to him rational thought processes but have been poring over his own words to extract clues about what made him do this. Repeat after me very slowly: Breivik did not murder dozens of teenagers because he was ideologically opposed to cultural Marxism; he mowed them down because he was grossly mentally abnormal.

Bruce Bawer

Sultan Knish

  • Debunking 6 Myths About Anders Breivik: “An alliance with the Jihadists might prove beneficial to both parties… We both share one common goal.”  The Caliphate was a useful enemy for his cause.

Ann Coulter:

New York Times Reader Kills Dozens in Norway

The New York Times wasted no time in jumping to conclusions about Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian who staged two deadly attacks in Oslo last weekend, claiming in the first two paragraphs of one story that he was a “gun-loving,” “right-wing,” “fundamentalist Christian,” opposed to “multiculturalism.”

It may as well have thrown in “Fox News-watching” and “global warming skeptic.”  (New York Times Reader)

 Breivik answers his own questions  (CNN)

 Murderers don’t always fold under questioning. Even the most deranged killer can often remain implacable in the face of interrogators. But what if you’re both asking and answering the questions? After the dual attacks in Norway on Friday, July 22, more than 1,500 pages of the writings of the shooter, Anders Behring Breivik, have emerged — a manifesto of madness if ever there was one.

The 32-year-old gunman — with his blond hair, green eyes and 6-ft. (183 cm) build — is a Nordic ideal, and for at least nine years, he meticulously crafted his plan to root out anyone different from him. Breivik’s rambling writings, grandly titled 2083: A European Declaration of Independence, present him as a right-wing nationalist fueled by a combined hatred of Muslims, Marxists and multiculturalists. His beliefs recall neo-Nazi politics that continue to linger throughout Europe, freshened with a new, 21st century toxicity.

As part of the manifesto, Breivik interviews himself, offering a highly personal Q&A in which he throws himself admiring questions and responds to them with disturbing calm. There is a singular creepiness to a person who will conduct and publish a conversation with himself — but it’s perfectly in keeping with the horrors he would eventually cause. This abridged version of Breivik’s interview is translated from Norwegian newspaper Bergens Tidende.

What tipped the scales for you? What particular things pushed you to plan the attack?
For me personally it was our government’s involvement [engagement] with/in the attack on Serbia [the NATO bombing in 1999] several years ago. It was completely unacceptable the way the U.S. and Western European regimes bombed our Serbian brothers. There have been many other cases that have strengthened my resolve. Among them, my government’s cowardly handling of the Muhammad cartoons, and their decision to award the Nobel Peace Prize to an Islamic terrorist [Yasser Arafat]. There have been dozens of other questions. My government and our media capitulated to Islam years ago, after the Rushdie incident. Since then it has snowballed. Thousands of Muslims stream in each year through the asylum, institutions or family connections in Norway.

What would you say to your European brothers and sisters?
Know that you are not alone in this fight. We have tens of millions of European sympathizers and tens of thousands of brothers and sisters who support us fully and are willing to fight beside us. Hopefully I will be able to help and inspire others. Build your network on Facebook. Follow the guidelines in this book and you will succeed!(See the horrific scenes after the twin bombing and shooting.)

Name one living person you want to meet.
Pope or Vladimir Putin. Putin seems like a fair and resolute leader worthy of respect. I’m not sure at this point if he has the potential to be our best friend or our worst enemy. He is very difficult to psychoanalyze. I would not want to be his enemy, that’s for sure. Obviously, he will have to condemn this [attack]. It’s understandable.

If you were to use a word for the ideology or movement that you represent, what would it be?
Cultural conservatism, or a nationalist/conservative orientation known as the Vienna school of thought. As for the political movement, I would describe it as a national resistance movement, an indigenous-rights movement or even a right-revolutionary movement.(See a timeline of the attacks in Norway.)

Are you optimistic?
I am very optimistic. Cultural Marxism/multiculturalism, especially in combination with Islam, will defeat itself. The justification for this claim is that the cultural Marxist and Islamic alliance will not last. When the window of opportunity comes, we must be ready to seize the political and military control of all funds. When the time comes, we must not hesitate. We must risk everything for the chance to get our freedom and secure freedom for our relatives again. I have prepared myself mentally for a very long time, and I would like to sacrifice my life for the benefit of my European brothers and sisters.

You said you have pure genealogy?
I am very proud of my Viking heritage. My name, Breivik, is a place name from Northern Norway, dating back to before the Viking era. Behring is a pre-Christian Germanic name derived from Behr, the Germanic word for bear (or “those who are protected by the bear”).

I suppose you wanted to tell your friends about this. Has it been difficult to live a “double life”?
First it was extremely difficult to avoid the temptation to tell your closest friends. I decided, however, to retain all relevant information. Revealing sensitive information to any of them would put them in a difficult spot, because they would be required by law to report this information to the authorities. It would also pose a serious threat to me if they decided to tell anyone.(Read “Is Europe Marching Toward the Far Right?”)

What motivates you? How have you managed to stay focused and motivated for more than eight years? Is it bitterness and hatred against the so-called “cultural Marxist/the multiculturalism wonderful elites,” or maybe toward Islam?
No, not at all. If they [the cultural Marxists], against all odds, gave up on multiculturalism tomorrow, if they stopped all Muslim immigration and started the deportation of all Muslims, I would forgive them for their past crimes. If they refuse to surrender until 2020, there will be no turning back. We will eventually wipe out every single one of them. I do not hate Muslims at all. I acknowledge that there are magnificent Muslim individuals in Europe. In fact, I have had several Muslim friends over the years, some who I still respect. This does not mean that I will accept an Islamic presence in Europe. Muslim individuals who are not assimilated 100% by 2020 will be deported as soon as we manage to seize power. Although I admit that I am sick of the current development, I would say I’m driven by my love for Europe, European culture and Europeans. This does not mean I’m against diversity. But valuing diversity does not mean you support the genocide of your own culture and people.

How did you first involved in your current activities?
When I was around 16-17 years old, I joined the Progressive Party’s youth organization [FPU], which was anti-immigration and pro–free market. Every journalist in the country considered the party’s members to be racist because of their anti-immigration platform. The Progress Party was under constant attack from every media organization, from NGOs and all other political parties. They were called racists and Nazis and were generally labeled “fascist pigs.” The Progress Party appealed to me because I had seen the hypocrisy in society, and I knew even then that they were the only party that opposed multiculturalism.

Around 2000, I realized that the democratic struggle against the Islamization of Europe, and European multiculturalism, was lost. It is simply not possible to compete with democratic regimes that import millions of voters. Forty years of dialogue with the cultural Marxists/multiculturalists had ended up as a disaster. It would now only take 50 to 70 years before we, Europeans, were the minority. So I decided to explore alternative forms of opposition. But the biggest problem then was that there were no options for me at all. There was no known armed culturally conservative, or Christian, anti-jihad movement.

In “Mumbai vs. Oslo” at the American Thinker today, Pamela Geller skewers the media double standard regarding investigating the motives of jihad terror versus the alleged motives of the deranged Norway murderer:

Just days before a barbarian (alone and belonging to no one, no group, just the twisted sickness of a legend in his own broken mind) murdered over seventy people in Norway, the city of Mumbai was attacked in a brutal jihad by Muslim extremists,again. Hear about that? Not so much.But one cold-blooded killer who has been planning a slaughter in Norway (setting his plan in motion since before 9/11) has become the rallying cry of the dhimmedia in service to the most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth.

Where is the same obsessive drive to determine the motivation and the manifesto behind the jihad? Where are the investigative reports on the imams and the mosques that teach, advance, and prescribe violence? Where is the Woodward and Bernstein team to investigate what motivated a Muslim to gun down U.S. soldiers in Arkansas?

Where’s the round-the-clock coverage of the Muslim Najibullah Zazi, who plotted to blow up the New York subway system with the help of his father and his imam on the anniversary of 9/11? Where’s the relentless outcry and hand-wringing over the ideology that attracts young Muslims in America to join Muslim armies in Somalia? Why are there no television specials on why Osama bin Laden quoted Allah and the Koran extensively? What manifesto incited four Muslims in a jihad plot to bomb New York City synagogues and shoot down military planes with stinger missiles?

Where is the pained outcry over Fort Hood jihadi Major Nidal Malik Hasan and his PowerPoint presentation on Islam and the jihadic doctrine? What motivated aPentagon attack suspect back in June (a Marine, no less) to plot to bomb the Department of Defense? Was it his religious Al Qaeda notebook? This same pious Muslim was found to be responsible for recent random shootings at military installations in and around Washington, D.C. Diane Sawyer, call your office.

Did Brian Williams, who tried to smear Robert Spencer Monday night with this Norwegian nut, look deeply into the ideology and manifesto that motivated more than one imam who was found guilty of plotting to blow up the fuel tanks at JFK airport, which would have made 9/11 look like amateur hour?

Where is the New York Times’ in-depth investigation of who and what inspired six American Muslims (including two imams), who were charged with aiding the jihad by providing the Taliban “material support to a conspiracy to murder, maim and kidnap persons overseas, as well as conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization”?

Where is the probe on bomb-making classes in madrasas? Or Islamic belly bombsto beat airport security? Or brutal Islamic “constitutions” in Bangladesh, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran (the world’s most brutal nations)? Where is the media feeding frenzy on groups in the United States that are plotting to overthrow the current system of governance and install The United States of Islam? Where are the headlines on the Muslim Brotherhood figure and former spokesman in the West’s call to establish a global Islamic state? Where is the media outrage on the Bible ban in Pakistan? What and who was responsible for the Chicago Muslim who was found guilty in a plot to blow up a Danish newspaper? Where was the killer media on the Islamic leader who called for American Muslims to buy guns and start shooting people? Why isn’t the media pounding on the manifesto that inspired Muslims’ deadly attacks on Christian villages, leaving and the village burned in Nigeria? Where is the Washington Post and the New York Times front-page splash on the Indonesian Muslims who planted a big bomb near a major church ahead of Easter?


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4 thoughts on “Norway's Norgen Moogen Blasten Jihad”

  1. Behring Breivik seems like a very special case.

    Be that as it may, the damage this ‘special case’ has done, and is still doing, is potentially more far-reaching then is (barely) understood at this time.

    Ninety-two lives have been cut short on the decision of an individual that had no right to make that decision in the first place. Nine-two families have been thrown into grief and bereavement, as they must come to terms with the loss of a loved one. The descriptions of what happened on the Utøya island sketch out a mass-murder of a supremely sadistic nature. An act that is in shattering dissonance with the shooters professed Christianity (if that is actually what he is. There are clues his Facebook page, where the claim to Christianity is made, was tampered with). Neither the Ten Commandments, not the Mount Olive sermon can be believably twisted into something that mandates, or even just excuses, what happened on that tragic island. That is not ‘resistance’, it is murder, cold-blooded, calculated, bereft of love, compassion or mercy. It is evil.

    That is not to say the views (much unlike the actions) of Breivik are equally abhorrent or evil. In the manifesto there is a lot to agree with, if you are willing to put down the multi-cultural blinkers. Many quarters in many cities around Europe are much worse now then they were 30-40 years ago, ravaged by the effects on uncontrolled immigration. Progressive taxation and the welfare state have produced a society where an ever increasing number of unproductive people live off the ever increasing taxes levied on ever diminishing numbers of productive members of society. At the same time we have a governing elite, that is insulating itself more and more from public accountability, while increasing the control and oppression of average citizens.

    If you study the situation for even just a little while, you’ll know that the way things are right now, is just not sustainable. For those that want to see, it is as clear as the light of day changes must be made, but that the changes that *are* made are to the detriment of the very people in whose names these changes are effected. Fjordman notices this and writes extensively about it. I agree with much of what he writes.

    Klein Verzet has more

  2. Al Qaeda, responsible for many more deaths and more destruction than Breivik, is dismissed as a ” a sorry band of men”, while Breivik is much more than a sorry man; his actions are being linked to a whole network of islamophobes, perhaps masterminded by Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller (?)

    “As Americans we are not — and never will be — at war with Islam,” the president said. “It was not a religion that attacked us that September day — it was al-Qaeda, a sorry band of men which perverts religion.”

    Spin is everything.

    Fox News Has Mainstreamed Pam Geller’s Islamophobic Hate Speech

    Geller And Other Fringe “Antijihad” Bloggers Were “Frequently Cited” In Breivik’s Manifesto

    Geller Routinely Uses Downright Outrageous, Hateful Rhetoric

  3. Creating a condolence protocol
    for Norwegian children after Utøya

    Keeping it for the future

    – The socialists, again! Exactly how could the socialist parties in the future benefit from such a protocol with lots of names of young persons who were marked by the Utøya attack?

    What, as a child, does writing your name in such a protocol do to you? Creating loyalty, guilt? A feeling of obligation to follow up by supporting the parties later? Also by voting – in the future?

    Kristin “Boycot Israel” Halvorsen, School Minister, is in particular encouraging kindergardens “to take this opportunity”.

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