Skip to comments.Breivik Apologizes for Not Killing More People
Posted on 08/25/2012 2:01:03 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Shortly after the court in Norway sentenced Anders Behring Breivik, who murdered 77 people just over a year ago, to 21 years in prison, he apologized for not having murdered more people.
Asked whether he intends to appeal the sentence that was handed down to him, Breivik said, Since I do not recognize the authority of the court, I cannot recognize the legitimacy of the punishment it gave me. Accordingly, I cannot appeal.
When he was asked on Friday whether he wants to apologize or express remorse for his actions, Breivik responded, I definitely want to apologize. I apologize to all nationalists everywhere that I did not succeed in killing more people.
Earlier on Friday, the court ruled that Breivik was sane and guilty. In an unusual twist, prosecutors had asked that Breivik be found insane, which would have guaranteed more prison time, while Breivik demanded that he be found guilty.
Breivik insists that he is not insane. He asked to be ruled sane so that his self-proclaimed motive of fighting multiculturalism and Islamization would not be dismissed.
The maximum prison sentence for his crimes is 21 years, but under Norway's preventative detention law, it can be extended if Breivik is considered a danger to society.
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They all look alike to me.
So this guy declared war against muslim immigrants eh? Why do I suspect most of the people he killed were ethnic norwegians?
That would also have got him jail time in PC Europe.
They were members of the main Norwegian leftist/multiculturalist party; it was a party youth retreat he targeted. His reasoning was that the muslim invaders would never have got a foothold in the nation, without the connivance of the native leftists -- hence native leftists bore greater guilt. By targeting a youth group, he ensured that many of those leftists would never cast even one vote.
Evil. But perfectly logical.
There's no "freedom of speech" over there. There simply is NOT any lawful venue to protest, if you are a European and you are against multiculturalism, mass immigration, Islamization, and white ethnoreplacement. Dare to breath a word of protest, and you're pegged as a "NeoNazi". You're just not allowed to express that opinion.
John F Kennedy wisely noted: Those who make peaceful protest impossible make violent protest inevitable."
Of course I don't condone Breivik's violence, but, I hold the governments and the elite classes of Norway and the rest of Europe partially responsible, for making respectable peaceful dissent IMPOSSIBLE on this issue. It was only a matter of time before someone got frustrated enough at being silenced, to start acting out.
a party youth retreat??
what the hell is that?
Sounds like a hitler youth party.
They gave Yasser Arafart the Nobel Peace Prize for exactly the same thing...
Yasser Arafart got a Nobel Peace Prize for doing exactly what Breivik did.
PC Europe deserves to be Islamicized. But it should not be allowed to cheerfully dance into hell. Breivik’s way isn’t the answer, and there has to be someone brave enough to violate the PC speech codes, and do the jail time, and win.
Yasser Arafat killed Jooos! The international community doesn’t consider that a crime. Breivik killed government officials and socialist youth campers. The international community does consider that a crime. And he also doesn’t like multiculturalism and Islamization. That’s a crime, too, in international community-land. As for how to know what is or is not a crime over there, just watch the MSM. If they get mad about it, it’s a crime. If they get mad at the people who were killed, instead, it’s not a crime. Your anchorman knows best.
We have less abortions than you, less murders.
Yes we do value life.
At least more than you do.
Cheers from Norway.
Breivik used that quote himself in his manifesto and at the trial.
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