Breivik writes Beate Zschäpe

German authorities intercepted a letter Commander Breivik wrote to Beate Zschäpe, the woman who was a member of the Nationalist Socialist Underground, a militant nationalist cell responsible for executing nine immigrants over the span of a decade.


A German newspaper managed to get their hands on the letter, as usual they only publish bits and pieces of the content. The letter starts as usual, with ‘Dear sister Beate’. Breivik congratulated Beate for being a courageous heroine of national resistance and encouraged her to explain her political motives in court. Some quotes:

“You did everything to stop the multiculturalism and the Islamisation of Germany,”

“You should have gone for political elites instead, but both forms of attack would damage the multicultural experiment.”

“We are both among the first drops of rain that foretell the huge, cleansing storm about to break across Europe.”

“We are martyrs of the conservative revolution and should be extremely proud of our sacrifice and our troubles.”

“I get through the day in my cell with meditation and prayer”

“I don’t expect to be released alive.”

“When it becomes clear that you are a militant nationalist it will be declared to the entire national resistance movement – that you are someone who sacrificed everything to prevent the multi-culturalization and Islamization of Germany. “

The letter was seized by the system and confiscated, which means it appears we’ve reached a new level of censorship where nationalists are silenced without second thought. The media is on the side of the system and does not ask what happened to freedom of speech. The juridical system will claim that nationalist rhetoric, no matter how subtle, is a form of hate speech that can lead to violence and subsequently can and must be censored.

Obviously Breivik is responsible for this development, though it remains unclear if it will further polarize society, or if people will put up with it like they put up with everything else.


While I’m at it, recently a Polish nationalist was arrested, suspected of planning to bomb the Polish parliament. As it doesn’t directly relate to Breivik I wrote about it on the Knights Templar Europe Report.

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10 thoughts on “Breivik writes Beate Zschäpe

  1. kvlt 2012/11/23 at 05:44 Reply

    She can't read the letter, but they publish it in a newspaper?

  2. Angus Thermopylae 2012/11/23 at 14:53 Reply

    Just bits and pieces of the letter.

  3. 300 2012/11/26 at 17:41 Reply

    Angus, about your idea to send Breivik a mix CD. Well, would Ila allow a mix CD through to him as you would be breaking copyright laws and commiting an illegal act?

    Oh and Angus, could you help me out a bit here? In what year did phase 1 begin according to Breivik? In 2083, he says several times that phase 1 began in 1999 but then later he says again several times that phase 1 began in 2009. Many thanks.

  4. Angus Thermopylae 2012/11/26 at 19:00 Reply

    They might possibly block mix CDs for that reason, and they'd probably want to listen to the entire CD to make sure there are no hidden messages, so they may block it for that reason alone.

    Maybe someone in Norway can call ila and find out. If it's allowed for regular prisoners it should be allowed for Breivik.

    Back in 1990 the start of phase 1 was given as 2010, phase 2 as 2020, and phase 3 as 2050. I'm not sure if Breivik based his description of the 3 phases on earlier works or not.

  5. 300 2012/12/02 at 17:18 Reply

    Do you know if Breivik has a DVD player?

    And do you know as to whether or not Breivik has free access to that little fitness room of his? I always thought that he did and could enter and leave it as he pleased but I was reading an extract of Breivik's complaint letter and he said something along the lines of using it cost too much and so he stopped using it altogether. (My laptop may have just translated the extract wrong) Thanks once again.

  6. Angus Thermopylae 2012/12/02 at 21:18 Reply

    The guards come by every 30 to 90 minutes, and he is cuffed when moved between rooms, which apparently is painful. So if he has a 40 minute workout it's possible he's stuck in the gym room for an hour waiting for the guards to come by.

    Breivik should have a DVD player, but it's apparently located outside of his cell, so the involvement of guards is required to turn on the TV and switch channels. The involvement of guards is probably required as well to play a movie or use the DVD player as a CD player.

    Breivik also wrote he dislikes bothering the guards unless it's absolutely necessary, which further complicates the situation.

  7. Hederosus 2012/12/03 at 13:29 Reply

    It shouldn't be any problem to brun Breivik a DVD/CD. Norway has signed the EU-policy concerning the copyright. Thus, it is only forbidden to crack and to burn cracked files (as far as I know). If the music or the film (f.ex. films on Youtube, old CDs or even old gramophone records) aren't encoded (f.ex. DRM), you are breaking no law if you copy/burn it, except you sell the copy or put them online so everybody can get it for free – which is understandable from the point of the artists!

    If you only want to send him audio-files, I think it would be the best to donate him a mp3-player with the files already on it, … or do you think Ila wouldn't give him earphones since they suspect him he might hang himself up with it?

  8. 300 2012/12/07 at 18:18 Reply

    Angus, I read your reply to an Anon asking about the oncoming European civil war and in your reply, you said that you thought that Breivik's plan was likely to be unsuccessful. So, my question is this: Why, in your opinion, is it likely to be unsuccessful?

    (I would have asked you this on your KT Europe Report but I have yet to become a member).

  9. Angus Thermopylae 2012/12/08 at 04:35 Reply

    Europeans are too complacent and corrupted by materialism in my opinion. Regardless, it's a matter of honor and duty to resist our demise, even if the chance of success is 1%.

  10. RusFebruary 2012/12/08 at 17:27 Reply

    Breivik wrote in his complaint that since Oct.15 he stopped use study room, not gym.

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