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A Quick Word About Breivik’s Manifesto: 1

While Breivik’s actions might prove counterproductive to his cause- his 1500+ page manifesto is actually coherent, well researched and internally self-consistent. Other than the parts about the supposed glory of Christianity, it is hard to disagree with a lot of what he writes about- and I have little tolerance for typical CONservative bullshit.

The guy is certainly well read about the subject matter in his manifesto.

He talks about many things such as-

1. How ‘cultural marxism’ is affecting freedom of thought and expression.

2. The origins of political correctness- especially as a tool of though control.

3. How feminism, cultural marxism, political correctness and deference towards other religions (notably islam) are part of the same ideology.

4. How Islam is glorified, while Christianity is vilified inspite of historical evidence to the contrary.

5. A fairly extensive catalog and analysis of the atrocities performed under the name of Islam.

6. He makes a good case that Islam is unreformable under the present circumstances.

7. The reasons behind the fall of Christianity in Lebanon and what they mean for Europe.

8. An overview of various battles fought between the 7th century AD and 1683- between Christians and Muslims.

9. About deliberate attempts to Islamize Europe- “Eurabia”.

10. Why multiculturalism is bad for Europe. It appears that he is not so much against immigration as multiculturalism.

11. Why the EU is a bad idea.

12. Why the UN is a dysfunctional institution.

13. How Feminism is delusional, war against men and paved the way for the rise of Islam in Europe.

14. The problem of fatherless societies.

There is more, and I will write about it in subsequent parts.

  1. deus
    July 24, 2011 at 6:49 am

    This guy is a patsy. No way someone who thought these things would go out and do something as counter-productive. And detonate a car bomb AND shoot up an island in the same day, all by himself?

    Bullshit.

  2. Columnist
    July 24, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Most certainly a patsy. Zio-Masonic to be precise. I’d like to see how squares the circle opposing both Islam and Feminism. Must have something to do with monogamy.

  3. Nestorius
    July 24, 2011 at 7:46 am

    “A fairly extensive catalog and analysis of the atrocities performed under the name of Islam.”

    As I said, this is his main inspiration. The context he puts himself in is the same context Islamic mujahids put him and other non-Muslims in. His night templars are nothing but a reflection of the mujahids.

    “The problem of fatherless societies.”

    His parents divorced while he as a kid. He grew up with his mother.

    As for why did he target his own people? While his act seems illogical, in fact it is totally logical: his own people is the cause of their own problems, they deserve it. Why target the Muslims who are nothing but a tool in the problem not the root of the problem?

    Yep!

  4. AnonymousDragon
    July 24, 2011 at 9:28 am

    I am reading through some of his 1,500 page work & am finding myself agreeing with most of what he has to say. Of course I believe his violent actions were wrong.

  5. Commander Shepard
    July 24, 2011 at 9:37 am

    I’m getting the same impression as well. This guy is smart, thoughtful, and correct on a lot of issues.

  6. deus
    July 24, 2011 at 11:07 am

    That’s the point f all of this. To demonize people against feminism, unrestricted immigration, globalism, firearm ownership, cultural conservatism, anti-NWO, anti multiculturalism, anti political correctness, pro individual rights etc…

    This is a complete government ploy, unless it has nothing to do with political motivations, and has to do with serious mental illness. No one in his right mind would think for one second that shooting 90 children is going to start a revolution in your favor.

    Keep an eye out for details about this story that make no sense, sudden reversals of motives and behavior from the guy they’ve arrested, his links to Norwegian government etc…

  7. AnonymousDragon
    July 24, 2011 at 12:12 pm
  8. MetaThought
    July 24, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    He might have got a lot of his ideas from a blogger called fjordman. And the island he attacked was the youth camp of the Labour Party, the leftist ruling party.

  9. demirogue
    July 25, 2011 at 5:00 am

    But the PC society will demonize him in order to prevent any of those points written from actually being discussed. It goes against their agenda.

    • R
      July 25, 2011 at 9:07 am

      The “PC society” will demonize him because he killed 100 people. This is not a PC issue. Having said that, off course it is erronous to ignore anyone’s thoughts because of his actions in principle. However, it is also human to do so. Further, I see no reason /why/ anyone should listen to him on this; he presumably has no expertise whatever. If he had written a manifesto about plate tectonics, would you consider his opinion? Politics and anthropology/sociology are to be treated in the same way. Not everyone’s opinion is valid. If people with actual knowledge and insight into the topics read the manifesto and consider it a valid analysis, fine. And yes, I am aware that personal bias is rampant in the soft sciences. That is a problem that has to be overcome.

      • Columnist
        July 25, 2011 at 10:04 am

        Beslan.

        And a social conservative would point out that a society that legalizes abortion and is soft on pedophilia creates a moral climate in which killing (born)children is to be expected.

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  11. Martin
    July 26, 2011 at 7:34 am

    I know how dangerous the muslims can be already, I don’t need to read 1,500 pages to figure that out.

    memo to wannabe terrorists: if you plan to kill people to get media attention to get people to read your manifesto then make it 5 or 10 pages long, NOT 1,500.

    You’d think Freemasons would be wise and manipulative but this one wasn’t the brightest bulb. He kills young brainwashed people, the sons of socialists who run the norwegian government, none of them have any influence yet, and he supposedly bombs a place that was mostly empty because it was a holiday. And then what? He expects millions of people to read a 1,500 pages long manifesto and start a revolution? WTF?

    The whole thing stinks. The guy was likely sincerely anti-immigration and then he started talking with people on Storm-front or some place like that and he met with some local neo-Templars group and that group was infiltrated by police/government/NATO/whatever and they gave him money and pushed him into doing something BIG for The Cause. You’re going to be a Hero!

    He’s got patsy written all over him. Frustrated guy, no girlfriend, no money, unsatisfying social life, he makes contact with phony revolutionaries on government payroll, bites their bait and he ends up unknowingly working for the enemy he thought he was fighting against.

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