Commander Breivik is back in Ila

According to the latest news update Commander Breivik has returned to Ila prison, he was temporarily housed in Skien prison.

It has also been confirmed that Breivik won’t have access to a personal computer from now on. This will obviously impact his letter writing. Breivik can apply for access to a public prison computer, and he can get additional access as he’s planning to study political science.

Breivik’s manifesto has been banned from Norwegian prisons, so it’s unclear if Breivik will be able to continue his work on 2083. The last news is that he’s planning to write three books, but it’s unclear how long that will take without regular computer access.

The demonization of Breivik continues as well, with a recent book publishing parts of the censored section of the two psychiatric reports about the period when Breivik was 4 years old. Apparently Breivik was testing his mother’s authority and would laugh in defiance while his mother spanked him. At night he slept in the same bed as his mother. There are also reports that his mother had the tendency to go from kind to extremely anger, telling Breivik that she wished he was dead in one instance.

Any serious supporter is probably aware that Breivik isn’t someone with a normal psychological profile. Normal people finish their education, go to work every day, have a family, vote politically correct, talk politically correct, walk politically correct, and not until the end is near will they wake up and smell the shithole they’ve been living in for the past couple of decades. It should go without saying that we should honor European resistance fighters no matter what; most won’t have as clean a record as Breivik.

Support in Russia remains strong with around 3000 supporters on VK, which is Russia’s equivalent of Facebook without the Cultural Marxist censorship.

3 thoughts on “Commander Breivik is back in Ila

  1. RusFebruary 2012/10/09 at 06:58 Reply

    Judging by what I read about this book about his childhood, this “work of literature” is offensive and meant for the cheap effect. Freudianism in the most vulgar form.

  2. Angus Thermopylae 2012/10/09 at 12:30 Reply

    There's undoubtedly some truth in it, but Breivik's childhood is only a small part of who he is. Thousands of people have gone through the same ordeal or worse, and none of them became heroes of epic proportions.

  3. RusFebruary 2012/10/09 at 17:59 Reply

    I'm not sure that “some truth in it” at all. I know that Freudian psychoanalysis is a sacred cow for many, but not everyone is aware of it doesn't work. ABB has repeatedly said that his childhood has nothing to do with what he has done. And you're right that “thousands of people have gone through the same ordeal or worse, and none of them became heroes of epic proportions”. It's uselessly to treat the crystal with a sledgehammer.

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