Two survivors of the heroic 7/22 attacks picked Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg to design two memorials to honor the historic event.
The first memorial ‘Memory Wound’ will be excavated on the peninsular of Sørbråten, which juts out into the Tyrifjorden lake. It faces the island of Utøya where Commander Breivik executed 69 traitors.
Dahlberg proposed cutting a one-thousand cubic meter slice through the rock that sits at he end of the peninsular, leaving a scar on the landscape that will serve as a permanent memorial.
I doubt it’ll be very impressive as it’ll look like an abandoned roadway project. I dub it ‘Road to Nowhere’ for now. If it does look impressive once finished it can symbolize the real atrocity, the scar left by 60 years of Multiculturalism.
The rubble of the excavation will be transported to Oslo where it will be used to construct a walkway and an amphitheater that is to be named ‘Time and Movement’. It’s such a retarded name that there’s no real reason to rename it.
Hopefully I’ll live to see the day that a statue of Anders Behring Breivik is erected on Utøya.