Skip to comments.Norway Attack Stokes Fears Of Growing Extremism (Screaming NPR Moonbat Droppings)
Posted on 07/25/2011 8:35:45 AM PDT by Pan_Yan
The pair of attacks that a 32-year-old Norwegian man claims responsibility for focus attention on the rise of right-wing extremism in Europe.
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Why should Sarah wait that long? She should sign the order in the afternoon on the 20th, in the limo on the way to the White House after being sworn in.
I would hope that on the first day she could issue Executive Orders opening up drilling and reversing ALL of Obama's EOs :)
No, the left needs what they are portraying Breivik to be.
But is he what’s being portayed? They’d like him to be a more-identifiably Christian version of Timothy McVeigh, but the more we learn about him the more he sounds like a 32-year old Dylan Klebold (Justiciar Knight Commander?? Sounds like a title for a character in a D&D campaign).
Of course, if Europe’s future turns out to be as dark as some fear, he may turn out to be more like an American domestic terrorist from longer ago: John Brown.
I note that the media is not pursuing the geek-gone-bad angle and blaming World of Warcraft, nor the anti-Masonic angle. The want him to be the terrorist the DHS has been fantasizing about, but that doesn’t mean he is.
Thanks - there’s obviously a great deal more to it than that. My recent research for my book has turned up what looks like the resurgence of one of modernity’s worst evils. I alwys look for the pedigree of ideas, as that tells you more about those advocating them they might want you to know.
It’s a Scylla and Charybdis scenario for those of us on the American Right. We can not afford to be drawn into either of those two maelstroms of totalitarianism if we wish to retain our humanity.
“Its a Scylla and Charybdis scenario for those of us on the American Right. We can not afford to be drawn into either of those two maelstroms of totalitarianism if we wish to retain our humanity.”
Operation Barbarossa came to mind as the facts emerged.
My enemy’s enemy is not necessarily my friend.
True enough. In fact, my enemys opponent may actually be far, far worse. There are worse things than war. History is my witness.
Do you read this guy’s actions as an act of war? I do. An attempt to spark an insurrection against the current transnational New Europe, at a minimum. Another iteration of European Black versus Red Götterdämmerung.
I thnkk that was certainly part of his motivation. Fits the messianic will-to-power mindset. You know, there's something positively Manson-esque about this guy's entire worldview - one that he proceeded to demonstrate, cooly and calmly.
What concerns me is that some of these people are smart enought to attempt to drape the American Right in the same clkothing, fueling the fire that's already burning hot on the Left. The formula: commit atrocity and claim brotherhood with those whom you wish to draw into the conflict.
A tried and true tactic.
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