The accused mass-murderer from Oslo is flashing some very dangerous messages to the world. So dangerous in fact, the Norwiegian state has shut down the media during his testimony.
Breivik is the man whose principles led him to the indiscriminate obliteration of 77 kids at a youth camp in Oslo, Norway last July. Not for anything the kids did, mind you, they were just the offspring of social-democrats, who, much too friendly and conciliatory with Muslims, are allegedly polluting white-European culture. In the ultra-nationalist world, the parties on the left are just the political arms of a religious force with semi-hysterical, imaginatively contrived powers, more talked about than actual.
He scoffs at his victim’s last recorded messages and the frantic 911 calls. He cries when the court hears his own demented speeches. He sympathizes with himself. He wrote a ghastly tome topping 1500 pages called 2083: A European Declaration of Independence. It is a document I am sure no one will read unless they get paid to. Breivik intends it to be the flagship book of the anti-multiculturalism terrorist revolution he pretends will happen.
Breivik is not exactly a neo-Nazi. He is boisterously in favour of Israel, whose history is of special provenance for its excursion into Muslim heartlands to reassert the dominance of Christian and Jewish theology, forever connected as they are in the Bible. Whether true or false, it doesn’t matter, Breivik believes Israel is a Christian bridgehead against the Muslim hordes. A differentiation, then, ought to be made between the ultranationalists in Europe and the neo-Nazis — for one, Jews are seen as honourable allies, while for the Nazi variety, the sentiments towards Jews should be obvious.
It’s a world of race hierarchies, where some groups are inferior but serve as instrumental allies in extinguishing the really inferior ones. There never permanent allies, only permanent interests; nations are bargaining chips.
Two important anniversaries occur this year that demonstrate the wickedness of a movement that has racked Europe for far too long and upsettingly will not die.
This year 2012 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the independence of Algeria from France and the day of the first shell-fire on the peoples of Bosnia-Herzegovina in a war to ‘cleanse’ the Balkans of Muslims.
(bombed-out edifices in Bosnia circa 1992)
In both cases, the ‘deniable’ outgrowths of the extremist Serbian and French militaries had forensically attacked the people, culture, and religion of Muslims in Bosnia and Algeria until they were finally repelled. But they only disappear in order to bide their time until they embroil another community in racial violence.
These people are no mere psychopaths. They are egregiously devious in what they will do to come to power. They claim themselves enemies of the state and yet bear all the signature traits of inverted power worship—emulation underlies their ascribed hatreds. He craves order and discipline, which he claims that his much too feminine upbringing never gave him. The KKK also stands for Kinder, Kuche, Kirche too.
Not guilty, self-defence! Breivik gave his not-guilty plea in Norweigan court on April 17, 2012. The state is attacking him he claims. His culture is being remorselessly colonised by non-white Islamists and Marxists and their quest for a new Eurarabia. Everyone is on the frontlines in his worldview, to not take his side to his bear arms against him.
Breivik represents a particular type of European person who see the grand struggles of the 19th century as unsettled. He is signals those like him to come forth from the woodwork—fascism literally means a bundle of sticks—and become the subjects of history. If this ‘cause’ only exists in Breivik’s mind, he has irretrievably given himself to it.
The lesson here ought to be Breivik-types are very violent, methodical people and they congregate in sufficiently high numbers to warrant anxiety. “Crazy”, however, just isn’t the right word for it…