If I understand the content of the letter correctly Russian prisoners aren’t allowed to write other prisoners, so Breivik is sending this letter to Anna with the intent for her to forward it to Breivik’s Russian colleague, that is, a fellow inmate.
The intent of the letter is to establish initial contact and work on the creation of a pan-European prison network for martyrs, ideological prisoners, etc. Breivik’s in the process of contacting Beate Zschäpe of the German NSU (National Socialist Underground) terrorist cell, and Peter Mangs from Sweden. He has already established contact with some Norwegians prisoners as well as a prisoner from Denmark.
The goals of Breivik’s patriotic prison network is to offer protection against attacks from Muslims, to focus on general education with particular attention to English writing skills, and creating an organization dedicated to supporting the wives and children of martyrs.
One issue he addresses is the naming of the organization, among many variations Breivik suggests: the European Brotherhood, the Holy League (after the Christian alliance led by John Sobieski in 1683 and the Battle of Vienna), Nordic Defence League and Nordic Defense Force.
Breivik explains his views on National Socialism, stating he disagrees with 20% of it, in particular its expansionism and antisemitism, this because Breivik views himself as an isolationist. I guess I share this view, though I’m not sure if vehemently opposing Nazism and racism is going to accomplish much when you agree with 80% of it.
It also becomes apparent that Breivik is a Nordicist and doesn’t want much to do with Southern Europe. Having looked at the Free Anders Behring Breivik petition it becomes obvious that most of Breivik’s support is concentrated in Northern Europe so the disinterest appears to be mutual. Language might be part of the problem, it’s hard to tell.