Moren (The Mother) by Marit Christensen

After 7/22 Wenche Behring (Commander Breivik’s mother) began talking to journalist Marit Christensen who managed to wriggle herself into Wenche’s life by using a mutual friend.

As is known, Wenche had meningitis, an inflammation of the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord, and as a result she suffered brain damage. This happened around the time Breivik had to serve in the military, for which he got an exemption because he was taking care of his ill mother. As we found out earlier this year, Wenche had terminal cancer, and she passed away a couple of months ago.

At one point Christensen manipulated Wenche into signing a contract, and upon discovering the terms of the contract, and having seen a draft of the book Christensen wrote, Wenche returned the money, and hired a lawyer to stop the publication of the book titled ‘Moren’ (Mother).

Jens Breivik (Anders Behring Breivik’s father) has also read some parts of the book and states he has never been approached by Christensen, who appears to prefer vulnerable people. Jens has also stated that the content of the book is not ground in reality.

The book was originally planned to be released November 15th, but fearing its publication would be halted by a court order the book was released two weeks early, and became available yesterday.

The publishing of this book is of course an insult to Wenche Behring’s last wishes, and subsequently an insult to Breivik. This however seems to be a game the Cultural Marxists are playing in an attempt to get back at Breivik. I’m not exactly certain how this lame insult makes up for the 76 traitors Breivik wiped off the face of the earth on 7/22. Of course the anti-fascists will at one point take some lives in retaliation, and they may in fact already have. The media has a tendency to cover up murders by immigrants and far-left extremists.

To understand the infantile mindset that is the root cause of what we are seeing here it’s important to realize that Norway at this point is largely governed by baby boomers. The baby boomers were born in the years immediately following the WW2. After WW2 millions of women in Western Europe who had dated German soldiers had their heads shaved, or were raped by Communists, Social Democrats, and other degenerates. For children born after the war, in many cases, any sign of aggression or dominance was beaten out of young boys, especially if they were blond and blue-eyed. Women were introduced to feminism.

We all know the result of this post-traumatic response to WW2: 23 years after the war, in 1968, there was a revolution where Cultural Marxism firmly established itself as the dominant ideology. Among their ranks were the brainwashed baby boomers who collectively decided they were going to create a society that resembles Smurf Village, and all that was required for this Utopia to be brought into existence was for everyone to believe in the dream.

What is important to realize about the Cultural Marxist mindset is that everyone must believe in this dream, this collective hallucination, and if there is one person who openly protests, and says that it isn’t so, this persons ruins the experience, and this persons must be shut up. Shutting someone up can be done in several ways; people can be shunned, people can be fired from their jobs, people can get a visit from the police, people can be fined, people can be imprisoned, people can be roughed up by the anti-fascists, and if all else fails there is always the bullet to the head, or a jail sentence with the complete censorship of your communication, something which Breivik is currently subjected to.

As to what is contained within this book, I don’t know and I don’t care. Breivik’s mother is a baby boomer and as far as I know she didn’t understand why her son did what he did. Breivik loved her, but the burden of our generation is that our elders are committing collective suicide while we watch.

This is a difficult thing to come to terms with, that our elders are completely and utterly insane, impervious to reason, and detached from reality. This also means that we have to stop trying to take them serious and show them how much we despise them. Their books are meaningless, their talk shows are meaningless, their endless drivel is meaningless, their very existence has become meaningless because they are a cancer and a disease.

They made their bed and now they should lie in it. Europeans should abandon the homes for the elderly and let immigrants take these jobs. This sounds cruel but it is necessary. The only possible cure for our elders is to give them a taste of the world they created.

Of course the baby boomers will reject reality and vote for parties that promise to take money from the young minority to give to the old majority. So you may consider not paying any taxes, or even going on welfare, and consider doing so the equivalent of going on a strike.

This being said I have obtained a copy of the contract signed by Wenche Behring Breivik.

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It states:

Hereby the following in regard to the meeting/conversation of January 5, 2013 is confirmed:
 
The journalist Marit Christensen has since March 3, 2012 had many long regular meetings and conversations with me, where I after my best judgement and memory have told my life and family history to her. 
 
The reason behind this has been Cristensen’s interest in gaining a deeper insight in both my life and my son’s, Anders, upbringing, seen from my point of view – as part of Christensen’s work to gain a more complete and accountable picture of the history than what has previously been forwarded by the court and the media’s treatment of the tragic events on 7/22. It has also been a wish on my part to tell the story in an overall form – hereunder my experience of the time after 7/22, 2011.
 
Christensen has also in this regard had access to and insight in the diary notes which I made during my three month long stay in Vindern psychiatric hospital as of the night of 7/23, 2011.
I have been aware of and accept that Christiansen can use this information as a basis for the publishing of her journalistic and literary work with this theme – hereunder in form of book publishing.
 
It is agreed that I will get the opportunity to read/see my own quotes who may come to be used and that Christensen otherwise keeps me informed about when the first time publishing may come to take place.
It is important to understand generic copyright law. If you make a private statement, whether written or verbal, this statement belongs to you. Nobody can reproduce your statements, especially not for monetary gains, without your explicit permission. There are exceptions to this, but in general this is how copyright works.
It is clear that Wenche Behring Breivik did not sign a contract waving away her copyright. This means that Christensen needed Wenche’s permission to publish a book containing quotes by Wenche.
It is unclear if Christensen fabricated quotes, or if she quoted Wenche out of context. Something in the book pissed off Wenche, and my suspicion is that she persistently quoted Wenche out of context.
As was the case when Breivik’s hacked emails were published without his permission (violating his privacy), the Breivik Report will once again try to take action.
What we will do is obtain a copy of this book, extract all the quotes by Wenche Behring Breivik, and make these available for free. This way anyone interested in the message that Wenche wanted to share with the world can do so without putting money in the pocket of Christensen who abused the trust of a dying woman.
The copyright of Christensen won’t be violated in this manner because we won’t publish any of her drivel and conjecture. This free publication will violate Wenche’s copyright, but clearly the Norwegian state, which includes the media, doesn’t give a fuck about her rights anyways.
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4 thoughts on “Moren (The Mother) by Marit Christensen

  1. Evangeline Glass 2013/11/03 at 21:30 Reply

    It´s discusting what has been done to Mr. Breiviks mother, it´s saddening and makes me angry. But saying that all our elders are “utterly insane” is a bit far out. Many people now entering elder-hood is very aware of what is going on in the world and need the caring support from a younger generation, not to mention respect for what they´ve done, said and endured for a whole life-time of shitty politics. Within the neo-pagan nordic community elders are -traditionally- respected, not feared or shut out. Just saying.

  2. Angus 2013/11/07 at 07:00 Reply

    I think a lot of neo-pagans, like Vikernes, are pseudo-Nordics who are full of shit. That’s why there was such turmoil around 7/22 because finally a real man stepped forward.

    The Nordics elders I’ve known gave unconditionally to their children and asked nothing in return.

    There is no such thing as Nordic paganism because it was destroyed, utterly and completely, and all we have left is a couple of poems, fairy tales, legends, rune stones, and Roman historical records. A real Nordic would start out by explaining how little he knows about his history instead of building fantasy castles out of a mixture of the Poetic Edda and his own excrement.

    What our cultural heritage is nobody knows for sure, but ‘elder worship’ sounds like something alien to me, and I wonder if there is an ‘us’ that can be defined in a meaningful manner after the rejection of Breivik by the majority of the far right.

    Maybe it’s time for the race to split up and go different ways, you can’t save everyone.

  3. Evangeline Glass 2013/11/08 at 02:21 Reply

    Calling Vikernes a neo-pagan is an insult! And no, I am not aware of any “elder-worship”, only rituals and beliefs regarding ancestors and the dead. There are many other historical records outside of the “poetry and the fairy-tales” expaining nordic paganism in much detail, and I think what you refer to is the myth and saga of which not much is known or understood, and that has been wronfully interwoven with the “romantic” nazi- misinterpretation of occult practice.

  4. Angus 2013/11/08 at 14:26 Reply

    One of the positives of 7/22 was that it forced people to pick a side. I agree there is much to learn for those who delve deep into all aspects of Germanic culture, still, it’s a shadow of its former self.

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