Marxists are particularly targeted in Breivik’s manifesto. The list of thinkers he dislikes ranges far and wide: Hebert Marcuse and Theodor Adorno of the Frankfurt School, Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci, and sex-obsessed scientist Wilhelm Reich are all the subject of detailed rants.
At another point in the manifesto, BreivikÂ leaves detailed instructions on how to launch terrorist attacks on journalists and authors: Â (Could it be that he was onto something! Â Here’s more)
There’s no cure for stoopid
In light of the Norway terrorist attack, and as expected, the hail of religious relativism has begunâ€”the idea that, if a “Christian,” such as Breivik, commits terrorism, then it is folly to assert that certain Muslim doctrines inspire violence and terror: all becomes relative. A recent AP report titled “‘Christian terrorist’? Norway case strikes debate,” makes this clear: Â Â “Christian Terrorism”?
Norwegian police confiscated his computer Thursday, and even though he was questioned as a witness, he feels that the police are looking to implicate him.
The Tundra Tabloids received word that Fjordman would be interviewed by VG.Nett in Norway, on his terms. The TT’s good friend and colleague has now chosen to end using his pseudonym of Fjordman once and for all. Peder is a peaceful chap with a conscience that he can’t keep quit, nor would he want to, he has to tell the truth…that’s who he is.Â KGS
Breivik’s political idol Â«FjordmanÂ» emerges from anonymity
If anyone was still wondering about the contours of post-Breivik Scandinavia, the following piece of nastiness should provide a hint of what lies ahead. Â Â Opposing the Islamization of Sweden is a serious business. It can even get you killed.
That’s what makes this smear-by-Breivik so deeply ironic and utterly sordid.Â Stand up for the Ekeroth brothers. Stand with Sverigedemokraterna! (GoV)
Â We are in the process of being set up.
Shortly after the atrocity occurred, it became clear that the EU and European national governments were not about to let the crisis go to waste. Less than twenty-four hours after the shootings, Europol was ready to go with its blueprint for aÂ task force for Norway. Its plans to deal with “homegrown, non-Islamic terror threats” had obviously been in place for a while, ready to be pulled off the shelf and utilized at the first opportune moment.
Immediately after that the EUÂ declared itself ready to fight “right-wing extremism”, saying that “this atmosphere of intolerance had abetted the attacks in Oslo and on the island of UtÃ¸ya.” Needless to say, those who created the “atmosphere of intolerance” were people like you and me, people who have chosen to speak out against the Islamization of Europe.
The British press began toÂ connect the murderer with the EDL. German Muslimscalled on their governmentÂ to take legal action against websites that “provoke Islamophobia”, especiallyÂ Politically Incorrect. The push was on.
CommentatorsÂ focused on the ideologyÂ being promoted by “populists” â€” the lowest of the low in politics, those populists, people whose opinions actually appeal to ordinary citizens. TheÂ bien-pensantsÂ found it “worth wondering to what extent the proponents of the new right â€” an ideology that clearly influenced Breivik â€” have been implicated by his actions?” In this case the commentator was Dutch, and the “populist” in the crosshairs was Geert Wilders.
So the responsibility for Anders Breivik is being clearly laid out: “populists” created an “atmosphere of intolerance” which “implicates” them in the psychopath’s crime.
That is, we are in the process of being set up.
The machinery for all this has been in place for a long time. It just took a little bit of Breivik-gasoline in the tank to start it rumbling along. It doesn’t really matter whether this was a “false flag” operation or not . The killer could have been exactly what he seemed to be, and the state apparatus just decided to seize a golden opportunity the moment it presented itself. The end result is the same.
Let’s pull back a bit from the situation, rising through the troposphere to gaze down on the larger map, where Europe is just a small red-highlighted patch on the globe. There are several bright green nodes to look at: Saudi Arabia, Al-Azhar University in Cairo, and Istanbul, the European outpost of Turkey. These are, respectively, the petrodollars, the theological powerhouse, and the political muscle behind Sunni Islam and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
The plan is to find a way to implement UN Human Rights Council Resolution 16/18, which would require member states “to take concrete steps to combat intolerance, negative stereotyping and discrimination, incitement to violence, and violence against persons based on religion or belief”. Or, to put it in more straightforward language, they would have to outlaw the criticism of Islam.
There’s only impediment to Mrs. Clinton’s ambitious plans: a pesky little scrap of paper known as the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
However, now that Anders Breivik has demonstrated the full consequences of allowing “Islamophobia” to run unchecked, what right-minded person could ever object to a few restrictions on freedom of speech to make sure that nothing like the Oslo massacre ever happens again?
That’s the general set-up. The next stages of the operation, as outlined by co-chairmen OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are explained in this article fromÂ Arab News. I’ve highlighted some of the more notable portions: