9:00 The court is set.
Today we’ll have two witnesses who lost a loved one on July 22 and two trauma experts.
9:03 The first witness Tor Østbø takes the witness stand, he lost his wife Tove Åshill Knutsen (56) during the Oslo bombing.
His wife was a secretary with the electricians and information technology workers’ union. It’s a typical Category D profession as unions tend to fully embrace multiculturalism. Østbø says it’s currently politically incorrect to express hatred towards Breivik, I guess the political elite has gone for the forgiveness route. He’s annoyed with the victims not being the main focus of the trial.
9:36 The next witness is senior political adviser and Category B traitor Kirsten Vesterhus, her son Håvard Vederhus was the leader of Oslo AUF, and one of the top 10 Category B traitors executed for treason on July 22 by Commander Anders Behring Breivik of KT Europe.
She’s quite the tearjerker, but Breivik does not budge.
10:25 Next up are Dagfinn Winje and Are Holen, the trauma experts.
They observed survivors of July 22 and observed post traumatic stress in 68%, depression in 36%, and anxiety in 20%.
Next they spend over an hour talking about the various ways people have been traumatized by July 22, by being shot, getting close to drowning, watching close ones die or get injured, the whole nine yards. It has a weird educational vibe to it, and is rather boring.
13:48 Commander Breivik addresses the court.
It’s good to have two experts, perhaps the two best in Norway when it comes to stress and mental disorders. I understand that it was the counsel’s testimony, but since two of the experts were in the witness box it was a pity they did not mention anything about the traumatic experience of being deprived of your ethnic culture and religion without being able to do anything about it.
About how traumatic it is to watch your sisters being raped by Muslims, their brothers beaten and the hopelessness of the witness.
This case is about Norway’s and Europe’s future. The traumatic experience of being labeled as a right-wing extremist. These traumas that have occurred after the prolonged harassment of the right-wing. How many have been driven to suicide because of this in Norway? Maybe 10, 100?
1:53 Breivik finishes his address.
Special thanks to Breivik for including the traumatic experiences the trauma experts forgot to mention.
1:54 The court is adjourned.