Skip to comments.Breivik defends Pam "Atlas Shrugs" Geller in Manifesto
Posted on 07/24/2011 9:34:49 PM PDT by Nachum
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I know. And in beautiful American English, even, with all kinds of slang. Does anyone wonder at that?
How long til someone finds a “convenient” letter written by this guy where he says his favorite book is “Going Rogue” you know its coming
Yep, and the anti Israel Pali rally on Labour yute island a couple day ago??
Hollywood screen writers couldn't do better.
The Norwegian didn’t write that he reprinted one of Fjordman’s essays
He was not a Marxist. He hated Marxism in all its forms. I’ve only just begun to read his manifesto abd have so far found nothing to disagree with. His solution was wrong and horrific, but his thinking and research were not incorrect.
I will let you know if I find something to the contrary as I read.
He had no reason to have so thoroughly mastered the American idiom. Even very frequent reading of it online wouldn’t have substituted for living here, for a number of years. And of those who have, even they still flub it.
Our language is an odd hybrid with everchanging popular slang and multiple, overlapping dialects that subconsciously tell us more than we realize about any given individual writer or speaker. It’s very hard to convincingly wield for a non-native.
The whole situation seems just a tad ... contrived, doesn’t it? And at such an opportune moment in time, too.
It’s almost as if white Christian conservatives are being pre-demonized for what’s to come, isn’t it? At the risk of invoking Godwin’s Law, I wonder if there are any decent books or even online accounts, from those who remember the early years of the Reich and the buildup to all the ugliness, the ghettos and the hell that followed. I wonder if this sounds somehow familiar to them, if they’re still around.
We’re teetering on a repeat of the Great Depression. Severe economic crises led to strongmen leaders, scapegoating and world war, then. All these seeming coincidences might seem to point in that direction now. Tell me I’m overthinking this so I can just dismiss it, it’s a disturbing line of thought.
Let me guess.. he also is fan of Glen Beck, Michael Savage, Mark Levin . . . .
She must be thrilled.
Yep. Getting kind of smelly.
How long til someone finds a convenient letter written by this guy where he says his favorite book is Going Rogue you know its coming
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Or a picture of him and G Bush.
We know “W” is behind this....
A quote from his Manifesto: “Though some pundits have claimed that the prevalence of the ideological intolerance known as political correctness has been exaggerated, the opposite is closer to the truth. Political correctness has become so deeply ingrained in Western European and American
higher education that many campuses are now dominated by an atmosphere of uncertainty and apprehension. An increasing number of dedicated students and faculty
members now live in fear that their intellectual pursuit of truth will offend the Grand Inquisitors of political correctness.”
With all the Knights Templar connections could it be long before Tom Hanks has a new movie out?
There is an intellectual disconnect here. Many of his ideas appear completely reasonable, then he kills 90+ children.
Where is the logical or illogical connection?
I’m not buying it.
There’s something rotten in Norway.
That actually makes more sense. Especially one was to manufacture a terrorist to pin on the opponents of the administration.
The writer is a native US speaker. Unless this guy is from the US, the author is no more Norwegian than I am.
I heard he listened to Rush on the internet too.
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