Norway’s one-man Rassenreinheitseinsatzgruppe (Google translate it), Anders Behring Breivik, was just given the maximum for his crime in Norway: 21 years. That’s right: 77 murders (mainly at a summer camp for immigrant children), 21 years. Keep reading this post...
”I stand by what I have done and I would still do it again.” – Anders Behring Breivik in court testimony. [Reuters] NOTHING INSANE about Breivik. He was just filled with hate, acted upon it and slaughtered 77 teenagers at a summer camp out of bigotry. He will not appeal, because the only verdict Breivik [...]
He admitted the murders and claimed he was sane. The court — in Norway — found him. But the sentence — for all of that — is 10 to 21 years. Is Norway sane?
A Norway government commission has concluded that Anders Behring Breivik's bomb and gun attacks that killed 77 last year could have been prevented or stopped earlier if existing security measures had been implemented more effectively. Show More Summary
Immediately after Anders Behring Breivik committed his terrorist atrocity in Norway a year ago today, killing 77, the Center for American Progress, a $38 million-a-year liberal think tank, rushed out (under its ThinkProgress imprint)...Show More Summary
New information about the suspected Aurora killer, James Holmes, suggests that he may have been inspired by Norwegian anti-Muslim terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. The scenario he tried to set up was very similar to Breivik's -- a massive...Show More Summary
Breivik himself claims to be sane and wants his political philosophy taken seriously, but the government asks the court to find him insane. Without a hint of regret, [one prosecutor] said, Breivik had told the court how he had reloaded...Show More Summary
A few days late, but I was moved by this event. Murderous Pam Geller hero Anders Behring Breivik has gone on record as hating a children’s song that celebrates multi-cultural tolerance and mutual good will, taking the suggestion that getting along with each other as clear evidence of the Communist plot to upend society or [...]
Norwegians raised their voices in unison on Thursday to get under the skin of admitted mass killer Anders Behring Breivik. After Breivik cited the song as a sign of Marxist influence on their culture, an estimated 40,000 people turned...Show More Summary
Anders Behring Breivik said Monday during his trial for killing 77 people last summer in Norway that he could tell the ideology of his prospective massacre victims by looking at them, and tried to spare one who appeared to be a conservative. Show More Summary
Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing, anti-Muslim extremist who killed 77 people in Norway in July 2011, admitted the massacre but pleaded not guilty and claimed self-defense. On the first day of his trial, the 33-year-old told the court,...Show More Summary
Fjordman, the inspiration for Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik and a tribal supremacist hatemonger exposed here at LGF in 2006 and 2007, is back to penning anti-Muslim Jeremiads regarding all things non-white and "traditional"...Show More Summary
Two Swedish men arrested for the attempted murder of two South Asian men reportedly gained inspiration for their attacks from Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Brevik. The Local — a Swedish English language news website — reports that four days after Breivik’s attacks in Oslo and Utøya, a South Asian man sleeping on a bench in [...]
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...
by Claire Snyder-Hall Crossposted from Tikkun Daily Beyond a few academics, who talks about cultural Marxism anymore? I actually hadn’t heard the term used in contemporary politics, until right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik invoked it in his 1518 page manifesto against Islam and multiculturalism. So imagine my surprise, when I came across an attack [...]
In reporting on the Norway murders, allegedly committed by Anders Behring Breivik, Jennifer Rubin assumed as did many others that some quadrant of al Qaeda-affiliated violent extremism was involved.
Anders Behring Breivik, the far-far-right-wing monster charged in Norway with the biggest mass murder by a single gunman in modern memory, reminds me of how often delusional minds hate others for what they really see in themselves.
The main inspiration for Oslo terrorist Anders Behring Breivik was undoubtedly "counter-jihad" kingpin Robert Spencer; Spencer is cited dozens of times in Breivik's manifesto. Today Robert Spencer crawled out from under his rock, to accuse me on Twitter of being paid by sinister hidden forces. @Lizardoid It was a reductio ad absurdum (look it up). Show More Summary
Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang reports that immediately after his shooting rampage at the summer camp on Utoya, "counter-jihad" killer Anders Behring Breivik used his cell phone to call the police and boast, "Mission Accomplished." Anders...Show More Summary