dimanche 24 juillet 2011

‪Movie trailer allegedly made by Anders Behring Breivik: 'Oslo, Utøya killer'

You might find this disturbing, if you do, then don't watch it !

par le 24 juil. 2011

Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Video Manifesto

Anders Behring Breivik, the main suspect in the Norwegian bomb attacks and shootings, has been described by police as a Christian fundamentalist with right-wing views. This is his Video Manifesto.

A Twitter account attributed to the suspect has also emerged but it only has one post, which is a quote from the philosopher John Stuart Mill: "One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests."
I understand some people might find this disturbing, if you do, then don't watch it. The rest of you can see this as an exploration of the psyche and motivations of a very disturbed man (and the controllers behind the scenes?).

Below follows a link to the story of one of the surviving victims at Utøya. Non-Norwegian use Google translate. WARNING, its very disturbing:

From Gerald Celentes' Trends and Forecasts Blog:

This is a Movie by Anders Behring Breivik - Knights Templar 2083 The man behind explosion in Oslo who killed 7 people, and about 90 youth people at Utøya island outside Oslo July 22th .

Anders Behring Breivik is A 32-year-old Norwegian he has been arrested over two terror attacks in Norway as 92 are confirmed dead . Police have said the Norwegian man arrested after the twin attacks in Norway is a right-winger with anti-Muslim views, but they do not know whether that was a factor in the attacks. His views are very clear from this video of his production it is also said that he admired of the Dutch far right politician Geert Wilders and he is also described as "Christian fundamentalist" and a Freemason. Officers are continuing to search Breivik's property - a flat and farmhouse - in a wealthy suburb west of Oslo.

It has emerged that he is a former member of a populist anti-immigration party who wrote blogs attacking multiculturalism and Islam.

Website entries under Breivik's name criticised European politicians for trying to accommodate the cultures of different ethic groups, and claimed a significant minority of young British Muslims backed radical Islamic militancy.

"When did multiculturalism cease to be an ideology designed to deconstruct European culture, traditions, identity and nation-states?" said one entry, posted on February 2, 2010 on the right-wing website www.document.no.

"According to two studies, 13% of young British Muslims aged between 15 and 25 support al-Qaeda ideology," said another entry dated February 16 last year.

He described himself on his Facebook page as leaning towards right-wing Christianity.

Breivik had also been a member of the Progress Party, the second largest in parliament and a rival to the Labour Party.

Le dernier bilan des deux attentats survenus hier en Norvège est très lourd. 76 morts dont 68 jeunes tués durant la fusillade sur île d'Utøya à côté d'Oslo.


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