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29 Jul, 2013 13:24

Learning the Breivik lessons

Learning the Breivik lessons

Two years on since 22/7 can anybody explain why the 'lone wolf' still believes it a great achievement to murder 77 Norwegians from the Labour party youth section?

I have news for you, he is not alone. To the far right across the world, the 22/7 race war is their bread and butter. Thousands were quietly congratulating Anders Behring Breivik for killing 'scum' whose political ambition was to 'pollute' the racial and cultural purity of the Norwegian people. Sound familiar?

A few, such as far-right US blogger Pamela Geller, were even openly justifying his actions. She explained the youth camp Breivik targeted was part of an anti-Israel indoctrination training center.” The young victims, she said, would grow up to be “future leaders of the party responsible for flooding Norway with Muslims who refuse to assimilate, who commit major violence against Norwegian natives including violent gang rapes, with impunity, and who live on the dole.” 

In his evidence Breivik explained that Norwegian blogger 'Fjordmann', real name Peder Nøstvold Jensen, helped inspire him to carry out the massacre. In June this year Jensen was awarded a NOK75,000 (£10,000) 'prize' by the Fritt Ord 'free speech' fund set up by a Norwegian chain of newsagents 'Narvesen Kioskkompani'. The money is to help market his book justifying the attacks. Supporters of the massacre are alive, well and winning prizes.

Breivik's military operation to preserve racial and cultural purity was unleashed on Friday 22nd July 2011, his bomb blast devastating the main government building in Oslo at 3:25pm.  He then drove to Utøya island 40 or so miles away beginning his dum-dum bullet massacre at 5:00pm. He was arrested just after killing his 77th victim at 6:35pm, another 70 people had been seriously injured.

Firefigthers work at the site of an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. (AFP Photo / Roald Berit)

It was 65 years to the day since the bombing by Zionist terrorists of the King David Hotel in British occupied Palestine. Three days later, as a stunned Norway recoiled, over 200,000 people stood side by side with the victims' families at a special flower march in Oslo. Straight away Norwegians stood together to reject Breivik's vision of racial purity.
They hoped those beliefs had been banished from the land forever with notorious Norwegian traitor Vidkun Quisling. He took over Norway in a German backed military coup and ran the country during the 1940-45 Nazi occupation. Unlike Breivik, Quisling was tried and executed by firing squad.

On the day after the attack Rupert Murdoch's UK Sun newspaper described the attack as an 'Al Quaeda Massacre', as 'Norway's 9/11'.  With almost all terrorist attacks nowadays, facts emerge afterwards which contradict newspaper proprietors' 'wishful thinking' first impressions. With the Norwegian government's enquiry and Breivik's mass murder case now behind us let's take stock of some facts which have trickled out about Breivik's less public network of friends.

We know, for example, that Breivik visited Britain in 2002 where he took part in the secret foundation of a violent, international far right group calling itself the 'Knights Templar'. There, Breivik says, he got to know English blogger Paul Ray who goes under the screen name 'Lionheart' and describes himself as one of the 'founding fathers' of the UK's far-right English Defence League or EDL.

Back in Norway, Oslo writer and journalist Torstein Viddal has unpicked the tangle of evidence that far from being a 'lone wolf' Breivik may have had crucial help from corrupt state or foreign players either hostile to Norwegian Labour Party policy, or who had simply been bribed. 

He has described Breivik as a Zio-Nazi and justifying this with quotes from Breivik's 'manifesto' such as: "So let us fight together with Israel, with our Zionist brothers against all anti-Zionists," In simple terms: Breivik is 'uniting Zionism and Nazism' says Viddal.

Viddal has also pointed out what looks like police complicity with Breivik's massacre mission that is likely to leave relatives and families of the victims as well as commentators reaching for a stiff drink. The darkest corruption is the most difficult to take on board.

Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik raises his fist in a right wing salute after being sentenced to 21 years in prison, in court room 250 at Oslo District Court on August 24, 2012. (AFP Photo / Odd Andersen)

Firstly, within minutes of the Norwegian police identifying the Oslo bomb as a potential terror attack, orders were radioed to all districts surrounding Oslo to set up police road blocks on all the major highways radiating out of town.
This was done right around the city except in  Baerum County which was on Breivik's 40 mile route to Utøya.  Baerum's two mobile police patrols flatly and inexplicably refused. It is not clear whether they could have stopped Breivik's car in time but neither the names of insubordinate officers nor any proper explanation has been made public.

Secondly it emerged that Norway's crack anti-terrorist 'Delta Force' had got Breivik's car registration from an observant a member of the public in central Oslo and so they twice ordered the launch of Oslo's police helicopter to aid in the search for Breivik's car.

Breivik's hour long drive from Oslo to Utøya was the weakest part of his plan. But the police officer in charge of the Oslo control room that afternoon twice refused permission for the helicopter to join the search. It was later given permission to fly at about 10pm that Friday to assist with a disturbance outside an Oslo night club.

Only scant details of the officer who denied use of the helicopter were read in court and published by Norway's investigating authorities, so why the anonymity? Torstein took the initials, thought to be B.B, and did a simple search of senior Norwegian police officers taking a stab at the identity and publishing his guesswork.

For publishing his guesswork about a potential police mole the Norwegian police decided to prosecute Viddal. Surely if the police chief was innocent they should just release her name? Was a secret 'friends of Breivik' society still active in the Norwegian police?

One of Norway's best known civil liberties judges stepped in acting for Viddal on a no-win-no-fee basis and the case was finally dropped earlier this year.

Anders Behring Breivik (AFP Photo)

A photograph showing Breivik in his Masonic regalia speaks volumes about his beliefs but why the silence on his membership? For anyone combating religious extremism a religious cult such as freemasonry should pique their interest. Though some deny the religious aspect all members must believe in a 'supreme being' and an afterlife.
Masons like Breivik swear incrementally more grotesque and bloodcurdling oaths as they are 'initiated' through scores of degrees of fanatical mumbo-jumbo towards the goal of the 'Knights Templar'. These bloodthirsty Muslim-hating fake Christian medieval banker knights had and have little to recommend themselves.

So why has Breivik's membership of the freemasons been so roundly dismissed by the Norwegian police and ignored by the national and international media? After all he was not a 'lone wolf' to his Masonic brethren who are, by the way, frequently police officers. Could it be the institutionalized bias and Western counter-terrorism 'groupthink' has caused them to miss a trick here? 

The Masonic terrorists' have a track record from 1970s and 1980s Italy where Licio Gelli's P2 Masonic lodge met in secret as a parallel national government, reportedly commissioning scores of terrorist atrocities including the March 1978 kidnapping and subsequent murder of Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro.

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.