Skip to comments.Did Anders Behring Breivik act alone? — Updated
Posted on 07/25/2011 7:48:01 PM PDT by Texas Fossil
In his manifesto, 2083 A European Declaration of Independence, Anders Behring Breivik who will soon go on trial for murdering at least 93 fellow Norwegians writes:
Solo-cell systems in combination with martyrdom is the most efficient and deadly form of modern warfare. This strategy was adapted by Jihadist groups. And now we will be using it as well. It is even more valuable to us as we enjoy more invisibility than individuals who have Arabic/Asian appearance and customs.
This compendium of his writings, whose promotion was his central objective, describes in great detail the lonely pursuit of his assault operation. But though what he did would seem to epitomize the solo-cell action he promotes, there are several indications that indirectly and perhaps directly other individuals were involved in the July 22 attacks.
Breivik writes that in 2002 he attended of a self-described Knights Templar group in London. At the age of 23, he was the youngest member there.
He writes: I joined the session after visiting one of the initial facilitators, a Serbian Crusader Commander and war hero, in Monrovia, Liberia, indicating that Breivik did not initiate the formation of this group.
(Excerpt) Read more at warincontext.org ...
A caution is in order concerning the opinions of the author. I know little about him, but he has been criticised for being anti-semetic.
Serbs have NEVER been “Crusaders” or “Templars”. Orthodox Christians have been targets and victims of the Crusaders—think Constantinople 1204 (4th Crusade) and the “Northern Crusade” of the Teutonic Knights against Orthodox Russia. Then there was the total slaughter in Jerusalem in the First Crusade—Jerusalem was majority Eastern Christian at the time.
Either Breivik’s Serbian (and Greek) associates were nominal Orthodox who were ignorant of their history, or Breivik is spinning a fantasy. I believe that the latter is the more likely of the two alternatives.
I am not Serb nor have Serb family members, but have a great deal of sympathy for them.
The men and women in the U.S. that I have met that have Serb ancestry have always impressed me as being intelligent and honorable.
I did not write the article, but found the details of his affiliation with whatever group he has joined both interesting and troubling.
I don’t believe that Breivik knows who he actually is associating with. Do you remember how Bin Laden laughed as he saw pictures of the planes flying into the Twin Towers, he laughed because only a few really knew they were flying to their death.
Serbs have a special understanding of Muslim brutality. They have been the keepers of the gate for a long time.
I do not believe that Breivik executed this alone. Not possible. I am not sure if the help he received was a Serb (Orthodox religion not implied).
Surely he does not think he is on the forefront of a Continental Revolution. But that is what he seems to be saying.
The U.S. stepped into uncharted waters when they prohibited an established religion, but free exercise and choice. They knew and stated that although they did not allow a state religion, that the form of government they cast could only survive with a moral (hence religious) people. The absence of that is what multi-culturalism creates, society with no moral mooring is a prescription for disaster. That is what Europe and the U.S. are both facing.
Breivik’s actions speak much more than his words. His action indicate that he is not what he says he is.
That question that begs an answer is: Who is he really aligned with. There is talk that he posted on Neo-Nazi sites. His own words stated that he was not sure there was a God. Yet he, or someone, called him a conservative Christian. (he is obviously neither) But there is some evidence that the source of that label was bogus.
Now, What is real and what is an illusion?
If you search my posting history you will find many positive posts concerning Serbs. A long standing record on that.
His 1,500+ page manifesto was written in remarkably good American English.
We are witnessing a false flag event. This terrain is spook city.
There are a lot of “bad boys” floating around Europe that specialise in this kind of stuff.
Has there been any explanation for why he killed all those kids?
If you believe what he said in his 1500 page manifesto, yes.
But I don’t think he really knows who he is actually working for. So he may not really know.
Tex, my fear is one or more revenge attacks on European or even American targets.
By Muslims? Yes
By European Revolutionaries? Naah
Muslims, yes. It’s being framed as a Christian crusader out to rid Europe of Muslims. The whole thing is too weird.
I never said that you wrote this article. I responded to the article (not its poster) as per usual.
This whole Breivik thing has the air of unreality about it. If he were really anti-muslim, why didn’t he attack muslims?
The New World Order and its presstitutes will use this to attack the legitimate anti-muslim and anti-jihad movement, and as usual to bash the Serbs.
I find it very “interesting” how all too often some crazy does an atrocity that is tailor-made for the NWO and its presstitutes to exploit. There was that Loughner shooting in Tucson last year, which was all too well-suited for the NWO ‘s anti-Arizona campaign. Now there is the Breivik incident, which plays into the NWO anti-”islamophobe” campaign. Weird.
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