Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Breivik in Brief

Below is a concise summary of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik:

Breivik: This is the happiest day of my life

It’s all you need to know, really. The rest is simply excess verbiage.


Anonymous said...

It's not only a happy day for that murderous egomaniac Breivik but the Leftists that run Norway. He's given them a platform from which to club into submission all those critics both conservative and others who oppose the multicult agenda of the Left and their insane immigration policy.

And those who died by Breivik's hand? Well they are acceptable casualties because it has allowed the Left to silence it's critics in a way they couldn't otherwise have done.

Personally I don't know who is more evil here. Breivik or the hordes of Leftist Norwegian politicians and media elites who used this lunatic to gain advantage over their opponents.

Liquid said...

The lies of the MSM continue:

Today, Gerald Traufetter of Der Spiegel claimed that Fjordman and Breivik were "in a spry exchange of ideas" prior to the latter's deeds. He then goes on to claim that Fjordman is writing about Breivik's trial on "his" blog.

Anonymous said...

On reading Anders Behring Breivik's verbiage of today (18-04-12) Anders come across as sincere and open in his statements to the court.

Jolie Rouge

Anonymous said...

And in Holland the supposingly right blog geenstijl came with a very funny picture of ABB end his self made up "greet" in the court, I really dont want to keep this from my fellow readers :)

Smile mr breivik

Anonymous said...

Can we shutdown the de-balled GoV please?

Anonymous said...

Thought this was a revealing statement on (AUF) tolerance that maybe of interest to GoV readers.

"It was sheer luck that none of Breivik's thousands of bullets hit Tore Sinding Bekkedal, a 26-year-old activist in the Norwegian Youth Labour party (AUF), but Bekkedal said he didn't want the man who murdered so many of his friends to consider him a benign force."

"I don't want him to consider me innocent," said Bekkedal during a break in court. "I want to be a threat to his world model, I really do. I want to be the kind of person that he doesn't consider to be innocent. I want to work for tolerance in society. I think that's a great thing to be working for. There is no enemy I'm more grateful for than Breivik." - SOURCE

Jolie Rouge

Anonymous said...


- Look who's "best friends" with Aftenposten

International media
The New York Times
The Guardian
Der Spiegel
Al Jazeera
South China Morning Post
Asia Times
All Africa
The Huffington Post

(At the bottom of front page)

Anonymous said...

- Good photo.

That woman Engh, has been talking to him as if he were a child, though.

Anonymous said...

- Good photo

That woman Engh, has been talking to him in court as if he were a child this week.

Anonymous said...

- Come, listen, see, learn, ask questions and get to know our values and why we have these values.

Extreme Islam Net invites to dawa conference 27-29. April, to "build bridges"

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile one of Jens Stoltenberg's new ministers is in NY this Wednesday working to get access for "the palestinians" at the Rio 20 conference in June 2012

Anonymous said...'_Youth_League_(Norway)
They are commies.
"The Workers' Youth League (Bokmål: Arbeidernes Ungdomsfylking, Nynorsk: Arbeidaranes Ungdomsfylking, or AUF) is Norway's biggest political youth organization and is affiliated with the Norwegian Labour Party.

AUF took its current form in April 1927, following the merger of Left Communist Youth League and Socialist Youth League of Norway corresponding with the merger of its mother parties[2], but considers the formation of the predecessor, the 1903 Norwegian Social-Democratic Youth League as the date of its founding. Its ideology is social democracy and democratic socialism"

Lars Gule the wannabe terrorist was a director of the Youth League in 1984.
"He became a member of the social democratic Workers' Youth League, the Labour Party's student group, and was leader of the organization at the University of Bergen (1984)"

Instructive Front Page piece on the Workers Youth League:

The Youth League sounds like a great place - for cultural marxists. These days the cultural marxists are in the ascendency. Right or wrong Brevik believes he is "in a war". The "action" he took is usually more the hallmark of the left, this makes him an oddity.

Regards, Crusher Martel

Anonymous said...

Perhaps there are enemies for whom Tore Sinding Bekkedal will be more grateful for.

Anonymous said...

"The "action" he took is usually more the hallmark of the left, this makes him an oddity."

In the large picture, what Breivik is actually doing, is holding up a huge mirror for the islamophiles

He uses tools and references we already know well from that totalitarian ideology, like Al Qaida, cutting off heads, etc