Monthly Archives: March 2012

A rift in the European right

Gates of Vienna, Anders Behring Breivik’s former goto place for online radical literature, has joined the mainstream media in carrying out a thorough character assassination. This creates an obvious rift in the European Right, which isn’t quite visible in the Gates of Vienna’s comments section, undoubtedly due to censorship.


The most compelling explanation for the rift is that a significant part of the far right consists of Suicidal Humanists who have come to realize that Islam is a serious threat to their ideology. For lack of a better term I’ll call this group the Radical Humanists, though this doesn’t necessarily make them less suicidal as there are many threats besides Islam.

What sets Anders Behring Breivik apart from the Radical Humanists is that he believes it’s too late for a democratic solution, and to a lesser extend his interest in eugenics, his support for the creation of a White Nation in South Africa, his rejection of idealism, and his belief in a potential European genocide.

Marxism is the main component for those who desire a democratic solution. Marxism views the human mind as a blank slate that can be programmed as the state sees fit. The moment killings or deportations begin is the moment the state has given up on the idea that everyone can be reprogrammed. That’s why Marxists watch quietly while Muslims slaughter Christians in Sudan; to arm the Christians and split up the nation would be to give up hope on the rehabilitation of Sudan into a peaceful multicultural society. This line of thought is no different from the Marxist support for setting murderers loose after a six year prison sentence, certainly some of them will kill again, but that’s a small price for the noble act of rehabilitating the scum of the earth. The blank slate point of view has been so deeply rooted into the mindset of the Western population that it will require a major ideologically battle to unroot it, and there is no indication that the Radical Right is willing to attack the very core of Marxist thought anytime soon.

Several European nations have Marxist constitutions, making a democratic solution close to impossible once the European population drops below 85%, and impossible once a two-thirds majority is lost.

Breivik’s support for the Balkanization of South Africa is unacceptable to the Radical Humanists who demand racial equality and tolerance, by force if necessary. They wish to stamp out Islam like they stamped out Nazism, and they’ll happily stamp out Breivik’s various political incorrect attitudes while they’re at it.

Genocide requires several components. Foremost the disarmment of the population to be exterminated, European governments are doing an excellent job at this. Meanwhile the illegal weapons trade is firmly controlled by Islamic organized crime. Allowing the immigration of hostile populations is another requirement as this will weaken the nation to a degree where it can be destroyed from within as well as from without. Rampant immigration will speed up the process, but as was the case in South Africa, a nation can go from primarily white to primarily black in less than three hundred years.

Domination over the media and sciences is required to keep the population in the dark about the true number of immigrants, increases in crime, and scientific findings that discredit the blank slate model. Misinformation, intimidation, and appeasement strategies are used to keep the situation from spiraling out of control once the multicultural society becomes so volatile that only more multicultural oppression can keep the peace.

In this area Radical Humanism once again falls short, particularly when it comes to absolute freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and deportation. They take a centrist position here, wanting to disarm the Muslims, restrict their freedom of speech, and forcefully integrate them. This approach is little different from the way Cultural Marxism deals with National Socialists.

The conclusion is obvious, we’re on a sure path to collective suicide, and the Radical Humanists who denounce Commander Breivik may very well deserve to be called Radical Suicidal Humanists.

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A letter from Commander Breivik

This letter, originally written in Norwegian, was published on a Russian blog. I’ve translated it and took a few liberties in the process to make the meaning clearer and the wording more fluent. Enjoy.

Anders Behring Breivik
Postboks 150
1332 Østerås
Norway 

Oslo/Baerum, 15.01.12 

Dear Tania 

Great, thank you so much for your letter! It was both pleasant and inspiring, and I really appreciate it! Unfortunately, I received it a few days ago and haven’t had the opportunity to respond until today :) 

If you are more fluent in English than in Norwegian btw, let me know. I am very grateful to you for your kind words, and definitely want to get to know you better Tania:))
A lot of people around the world have expressed their support for me, in summary, I have received over 250 letters, most of which are bills, LOL. About 60% of the letters is positive, 10% is from people who want me to find Jesus, and 30% from those who hate me.

I will not delve into the ideology aspects as I have paid tons of attention to this in the 1500 page book “2083.” But I would like to emphasize, Tania, that more than half what’s written about me in the media is false and isn’t rooted in reality. I am one of thousands of militant nationalists in Northern Europe. No more and no less. And of course I am not a delusional crazy nutjob as the media would make it out to be. 

The operation was extremely exacting, both logistically, physically, and emotionally. July 22 was the worst day of my life – the day that I dreaded for many years. 

I’m aware that particularly the politically left, a group that completely dominates the journalistic and academic fields, hates me and everything I stand for. This should be taken into consideration when reading articles about this subject. But I think that the systematic demonization should be regarded as a compliment, confirming that the threat of militant nationalism manifests their worst nightmare. In that regard it’s understandable given the harm I’ve inflicted upon them. The KT network, of which I am a part, felt it was crucial for someone to convey the message that enough is enough and at the same time lay the foundation for future resistance. 

All this makes more sense when one considers the cultural conflict as something that was set in motion by our governments after World War II when multiculturalism was introduced and massive Muslim immigration / Islamization was initiate, this without giving the people a choice in the matter. The conflict is only beginning to manifest itself, and unfortunately we will see it grow in intensity in the next decade, not only in Norway, but also in most of Western Europe. 

By the way, it is not true what they say about me being narsissistic; a man with delusions of grandeur who thinks himself the savior of Europe. Obviously I don’t suffer from low self-esteem :D, but a narcissistic person would never make a sacrifice for the greater good. So they contradict themselves in that regard. It’s virtually the opposite, I’m a very humble person. In addition, there are hundreds of additional erroneous judgments. If you have any questions about this, I am willing to explain, I figured it wouldn’t be right to bombard you with this in the first letter:)) 

Again, Tania, thanks for the encouraging letter, and yes, I am interested in getting to know you better! 

As for me, being here now, it is much easier than it was in the beginning. It was very difficult in the first weeks in custody to adapt from an active, to a completely inactive lifestyle. You become very lonely and you are almost bored to death. 

In the period preceding the operation, I used a well-known Japanese military code of “Bushido” to maintain a high level of motivation, and suppress fear. I continue to actively use this ritual for an hour a day to maintain my strength of spirit. It is basically a meditation technique where I use inspirational and ideological songs for artists such as Saga and Helene Bøksle. One of the songs I used when creating my film. I think it’s called “Ere, the world crumbling” or something like that. An incredibly powerful song :))

So, what am I doing these days? I was allowed access to the media on December 12, so my lawyers gave me hundreds of articles. I was also given a DVD player and a TV. I have four lawyers in my defense team, and they are highly skilled specialists. I really appreciate their efforts in this process, which has turned into quite the circus. I’m not eager to take part in this, but for me it’s the only way to explain to the world the content of “2083.” In addition, the last couple of weeks I had the opportunity to work out in a training room. So I train every day and keep myself in shape. I’m still in isolation, and this will continue until the end of the trial.

I am in the process of writing three books, which will be published in English. I’m trying to get in touch with someone who’s interested and has a blog, or knows someone who has a blog. I’m definitely going to create a network of friends for starters. And I’m going to concentrate on individuals who share my mentality and vision for the future of Norway and Europe. And I hope that you, Tania, are interested in being my friend.  

By the way, letters are the easiest form of communication in my current situation. I’ll admit I miss Twitter and Facebook:-D From 9000 Facebook contacts down to having no internet at all:-O

Hoping for an answer from you, Tania

–Anders Behring Breivik

Indictment against Anders Behring Breivik 2012-03-07

I managed to get my hands on a copy of the indictment that was read out in court on March 7, which is linked below.

Indictment against Anders Behring Breivik 2012-03-07

There were about 325 people within range of the bomb blast in Oslo. Of those 8 were killed and 9 had serious injuries.

In the Utøya massacre a total of 246 bullet wounds were reported, of which 61 among survivors. Of those killed, 5 received 3 head shots, 18 received two head shots, and 33 received one head shot, for a total of 56 executions by means of a head shot (with neck shots being counted as head shots).

Seven people survived a single head shot, giving it an 83% fatality rate. In comparison, non head shots had a 34% fatality rate.

One person drowned, and one person fell and broke his neck.

Anders Behring Breivik Psychiatric Report of 2011

Roughly half of the 2011 psychiatric report on Commander Breivik has been translated so far. I have pieced the translations together into a single document. Some parts have been censored, primarily names and the section that details what exactly happened in Breivik’s early life when his father sued for custody.

Anders Behring Breivik Psychiatric Report of 2011

I’ll add more content as it becomes available.

Nothing in the psychiatric report indicates that Commander Breivik is a paranoid schizophrenic, with reasonable worries and annoyances being labeled paranoid delusions, and modest self assessments being labeled delusions of grandeur.

It becomes apparent that the establishment reasons that anyone who disagrees with their Marxist take on reality must be insane, and the vast majority agrees, or remains silent under the pressure of political correctness.

One wonders if the establishment was after an insanity verdict from the beginning. Most mainstream media outlets reported that Breivik was rambling in his compendium, which is a lie, the compendium is extremely clear, logical, and consistent. The only fault I find with the compendium is that there is a lot of duplicate and overlapping content.

Detailed Victim List

I spend several hours creating a more detailed victim list, trying to determine the traitor status of each person on the list. There may be a couple of errors in it due to a lack of information and translation errors. Here is the link:

Detailed Oslo bombing and Utøya massacre victim list

Summed up 78 people were killed. Of those 10 were category B traitors, 63 were category C traitors, and five were civilians with unknown political associations.

Among the 69 people executed on Utøya were 7 Muslims. The Norwegian government added 138 million euro to the 2011 budget to cover damages of the July 22 attack.

Information about severely injured people should become available soon.