When Commander Anders Behring Breivik landed on Utoya he knew there were three potential category A traitors on the island, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store, former Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland, and the head of the Labor party’s youth organization AUF, Eskil Pedersen.
Jonas Gahr Store had visited Utoya two days earlier and was long gone. Gro Harlem Brundtland had left two hours before Breivik arrived. This left Eskil Pedersen as the sole category A traitor on Utoya.
Shortly after the shooting erupted Pedersen and a small group of AUF members boarded the ferry MS Thorbjorn and sailed off. Pedersen later explained he feared the attack was a coup d’etat and that attackers might be waiting for them on the shore, stating in an interview “I thought the entire country was under attack [..] if we docked anywhere we would be killed.” It’s a good thing Pedersen is not a resistance fighter, as he undoubtedly would have been diagnosed with paranoid schizofrenia for entertaining such ludicrous thoughts.
The captain of the ferry wanted to drop off his eight passengers on the mainland right across from the island and return to the island to save others. However, the AUF members on board the ferry persuaded him to change course and sail off into open water instead.
After transporting the AUF leader and his gang to a location thirty minutes away the captain returned alone to assist in the rescue work after the shooting had ended.
Initially Pedersen was made out to be a hero, with a picture of Pedersen and Stoltenberg being elected as picture of the year.
|Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg cuddling Eskil Pederson
The mainstream media was initially pressured by the Labor party not to report on the ferry incident, but the online media breached the silence.
Commander Breivik may have failed to execute a Category A traitor, but eliminated one nonetheless, as the only Category A status Eskil Pedersen can now make claim to is that of Category A coward.
A poll on a Dutch free speech haven, primarily frequented by Geert Wilders supporters, showed the following outcome.
Hail Breivik, 57 votes, 13,16%.
Breivik is right, 73 votes, 16,86%.
All blame lies with the left, 120 votes, 27,71%.
Too disgusting for words, 70 votes, 16,17%.
Breivik is completely insane, 90 votes, 20,79%.
All blame lies with the right, 23 votes, 5,31%.
Total votes: 433.
The poll was later deleted, undoubtedly for showing 30% of the poll takers to be in outright support of Commander Breivik, people might start to get ideas.
Trying to find noteworthy online opinion polls is difficult, the handful of polls that show up on a Google search typically have less than 10 votes.
Upon further investigation it appears that Stormfront, a White Nationalist web forum, has almost completely censored Breivik related content. Analyzing cached pages shows a confrontation between Breivik supporters and opponents who view killing Whites and supporting Israel as morally wrong. Order was restored after the banning of a couple of dozen users and the deletion of posts in support of Breivik, followed by the removal of pretty much anything relating to Breivik some weeks later.
Looking at Hashkafah, a popular Jewish web forum, shows an even stricter level of censorship, with not a single mention of Breivik being allowed.
What’s left is VNN, an uncensored Atheist White Nationalist web forum, where in a poll with a small sample base roughly 50% of the voters declare Breivik a hero.
YouTube allows for giving commentary a thumbs up or thumbs down, and analysis of high traffic Breivik related videos shows the tendency of someone to declare Breivik a hero and getting pushed to the most popular comments spot. Sometimes there are two pro-Breivik comments, sometimes it’s a stalemate with one pro, and one anti comment. In some cases the top two comments panel has been disabled, or isn’t shown for some obscure reason.
The original Knights Templar 2083 video uploaded by Commander Breivik has been deleted due to copyright claims regarding the background music he used.
The video ‘Anders Behring Breivik Crusaders’, which is a genuine Breivik Tribute, had at one point 21,160 views with 654 likes and 154 dislikes before it was tagged as offensive, and was later on removed from Youtube for depicting harmful activities. I’ll link the video below.
Anders Behring Breivik Crusader
There’s been some confusion regarding Commander Breivik’s salute during his court appearance on the 6th of February.
Commander Breivik’s lawyer Geir Lippestad, not surprising anyone with his habitual unwillingness to properly carry out his job, described the salute as “some kind of right-wing extremist greeting.” The salute is in fact described in 2083 in great clarity.
The military salutation of the PCCTS, Knights Templar is the clenched fist salute.
The raised fist salute consists of raising the right arm with a clenched fist (preferably with a white glove).
The clenched fist symbolizes strength, honour and defiance against the Marxist tyrants of Europe while the white glove symbolizes purity, duty, kinship and martyrdom.
Using the right arm symbolizes the tradition of the “Right Opposition”.
The salutation can be seen on Youtube, feel free to drop by and give it a thumbs up.
The attentive observer will notice Commander Breivik strikes his heart with a clenched fist before making the Knights Templar salute, most likely this is a substitute for not wearing a white glove.
If you want to write Anders Behring Breivik in prison your letter should be addressed to:
Anders Behring Breivik
Make sure to change Norway in the address to the proper translation of Norway in your country’s language. The Norwegian prison authorities will confiscate all monetary gifts to Anders Behring Breivik, most likely to place these in a fund that will be used to pay money damages, as to be determined in court. In short, only send money if you want to donate to category B and C traitors.
As such Commander Breivik is unlikely to respond due to insufficient funds as he has to buy his own stamps in prison, meaning you have to include a 15 kroner stamp for intercontinental postage, 13 kroner for European postage, and 10 kroner for Norwegian postage. Thirteen Norwegian kroner is the equivalent of (roughly) two Euros.
Obtaining Norwegian stamps is somewhat tricky. The Norwegian postal service has an English version of its website, but the section dealing with the ordering of stamps is broken.
In the likely case that link doesn’t work you’ll have to make your way through the Norwegian section with a little help from Google translate.
As should be obvious, all letters are read by the Norwegian prison authorities.