Commander Breivik has been busy in prison the past couple of weeks, spending eight to ten hours a day writing letter to fans and supporters.
The Norwegian authorities initially tried to limit Breivik’s correspondence by restricting his access to stamps, which normally would have worked as planned, but as loyalty inspires loyalty a couple of patriots send a large number of stamps.
The prison authorities were already withholding letters that expressed the intent to plan or commit acts that would disturb the peace, and as of today the prison authorities have been given the clear to take it one step further. Their main concern appears to be Breivik’s attempt to create two networks, one of resistance fighters and political prisoners, and a second network of like-minded individuals.
As should be obvious, Breivik won’t be allowed to speak his mind, which is why he wrote 2083 – A European declaration of Independence.