Category Archives: Breivik International

Breivik International: Norwegian translation of the summary of 2083

A Norwegian translation of the chapter summaries of 2083 is available.

I have a German and Russian machine-translation as well, but they need to be fixed up. If anyone is interested in doing this, which will take about 8 hours, send me a PM and I’ll hand you the files and instructions.

Breivik International: Translations of the summary of 2083

Three translations of the chapter summaries of 2083 have been completed and are available on the Dutch, Portuguese, and Swedish archives. All archives are linked from Breivik International.

For anyone wanting to help out there’s the option to translate Breivik’s April 17 opening statement. Translations are still missing in the following languages: Belarussian, Bulgarian, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Icelandic, Latvian, Macedonian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, and Ukrainian.

The process of translating is fairly simple, you run the April 17 opening statement through Google Translate or Yandex Translate, next read through it and fix the errors. It doesn’t need to be perfect, just needs to be understandable. Next paste the fixed up translation in an email to me ( Best to email me from a gmail address unless you want the system to read along. Alternatively attach it as a document in a private message on VK.

Doing this takes about 2 to 4 hours of your time and is a good way to simultaneously say ‘thank you’ to Breivik and ‘fuck you’ to the system. 


Breivik International: Letters and Lithuanian translation

Breivik’s April 17 opening statement is now available in Lithuanian.

On the English Breivik Archive we’ve added some Norwegian Court Documents relating to the July 25 hearing, fairly boring stuff, they’re linked from the transcripts section.

As no new letters have become available we’ve transcribed a Norwegian letter dated 2012-07-02 to Daisy that is slightly more detailed than the letter to Lisa. We’ve also transcribed the first two pages of the 38-page letter in which Breivik criticizes the first psychiatric report. Next we’ve collected a series of quotes from the 27-page letter Breivik wrote to the Norwegian Correctional Services containing suggestions for improving his conditions.

On the Norwegian Breivik Archive we’ve added translations of Breivik’s Diary and Breivik’s Interview that were included in 2083.

The original Norwegian versions of the new letters available in the English letter section are available on the Norwegian Archive as well.


Breivik International: Spanish translation

A Spanish translation of Commander Breivik’s opening statement is now available on Breivik International. This brings the total number of languages the document is available in at 13.

Anders Behring Breivik Proceso – Declaración ante la Corte 2012-04-17


We all know what Breivik did for us, what can you do for Breivik?

The map above shows which translations are still missing. If you speak one of the missing languages and want to help out it’s best to use one of the existing translations from Breivik International. You can use Google translate to do a rough machine translation to get you started. When finished you can email the translation to

Political training on Utoya resumes

This year the Norwegian Labor party will once again organize a political training camp on Utoya. It’s unclear if 10 year olds will be allowed to frolic around, or if 14 is an acceptable age to actively support and promote the genetic and cultural suicide of your nation.

Police will be present, which should make the survivors of the massacre with post traumatic stress pretty nervous. All that’s needed to complete the summer camp experience will be some celebratory fireworks on July 22.

They’re expecting about 1000 people to visit the political training camp. The visitors won’t be ordinary people, but those who have fully embraced Cultural Marxism and are the most politically active members of their local AUF chapters.

As a response we’ve updated the Detailed Oslo bombing and Utøya massacre victim list and added more information about the Category C traitors who were executed by Commander Breivik. In addition, translations in Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, and Russian are available.

Update 2013-07-08

Apparently many survivors are still too traumatized to return to Utoya, so they ended up holding their training camp somewhere else, Breivik wins.

About a third still suffers from post traumatic stress. I wonder if they go to group therapy, and in doing so if they get to meet up with the victims of immigrant gang rape and other enrichments multiculturalism has brought us. That could get awkward.

Utoya survivor: And then the policeman came real close, and I heard him scream ‘Yippee ki yay mother fuckers!’, and I was real scared.

Gang rape survivor: So the sixth guy couldn’t get it up, so he raped me with a metal pipe.

Utoya survivor: And I thought, oh, how horrible, that something like this can happen in Norway.

Gang rape survivor: So the eight guy tried to knock out my teeth because he was scared I would bite it off.

Utoya survivor: We cannot let one man destroy the beautiful and wonderful multicultural society we’ve created.

Gang rape survivor: I had to pay for dentures out of my own pocket.

Group therapist: That’s it for today kids, lets do a group hug!

Massemorderens private e-poster

We’ve published an online version of massemorderens private e-poster on the Norwegian version of Breivik International.

Massemorderens private e-poster

Shortly after 7/22 several of Commander Breivik’s email accounts were hacked by the Norwegian hacker group Noria. These emails were given to the journalist Kjetil Stormark, who in turn figured to make some easy money by turning some of the more interesting emails into a book which he published in September of 2012.

Stormark never asked for Breivik’s permission to publish his private emails, and this seems part of a mainstream effort to degrade and marginalize Breivik. As a response we’ve scanned the book, converted it to text, and now everyone can read it for free.

Breivik International: Czech, English, and Norwegian translations

Commander Breivik’s opening statement has been translated to Czech. It’s linked from Breivik International. A more direct list of translations of Breivik’s opening statement is available on the Breivik Timeline.

The first psychiatric report is now available in properly formatted HTML in Norwegian and English.

The second psychiatric report is also available in properly formatted HTML in Norwegian and English.

In the English version particular attention should be given to Chapter 17 which contains summaries of interviews with Breivik, this chapter is a human translation and much easier to read than was previously the case.

As chapter 17 consists of about 50 pages of text I’ve decided to highlight some interesting quotes for those who lack the time or interest to read the entire thing themselves.

On 17 february 2012 Breivik agrees to a second psychiatric evaluation on the condition that each session is recorded.

Breivik admits to having paid for sex with two prostitutes in Prague in 2010 in an attempt to get in touch with Czech criminals in order to purchase illegal weapons. Breivik was too humble to say so himself during the interview, but these were two out of many sacrifices he made for the cause.

Breivik explains that his speech on February 6, 2012 was intended for his supporters. He demanded to be released and be given a medal of honor. He explains it as an orchestrated show intended as an act of defiance.

Breivik addresses the claim by the 1st report that he made grandiose claims about having earned a total of 4 million kroner. That Breivik earned a large sum of money, and engaged in tax evasion, was later established to be a fact during the trial.

Breivik mentions that one thing that particularly upset his father was that he send him three dog food bowls for Christmas, one with the dog’s name, one with his father’s name, and one with his stepmother’s name. Breivik’s sense of humor might come from the mother’s side of the family.

Breivik refuses a MRI scan of his brain or an EEG study to determine whether he has brain damage. He might consider doing so if the Labor party’s parliamentary representatives get their brains scanned as well, given they are allowing Islamic mass immigration. He adds that he’s kidding.

Breivik doesn’t see himself in a leadership position after his release because he has too much blood on his hands. On the other hand he did buy his mother a puppy when she broke up with his stepfather. Now I am imagining the following conversation:

Cultural Marxist: He killed 77 people!

National Socialist: But he bought his mother a puppy!

Cultural Marxist: 77!!

National Socialist: 88??

Breivik mentions he gets more mail than he can respond to, and as time progresses there is less hate mail, and subsequently more mail from supporters. There are Swedish, German, Danish, French and Norwegian letters. Some say they have been inspired by him and have become more extreme as a result of 7/22.

Breivik says he created the term Suicidal Humanist himself, as humanists are so naive that they embraces a culture that makes them exterminate themselves.

Breivik says that on 7/22 he stopped the car a few hundred meters before the government quarters and felt extreme anxiety, remembering only bits and pieces of what happened afterwards. After he had placed the bomb and returned to the getaway car at Hammersborg square his mind returned to normal, until he arrived at Utøya and executed the camp leader, after which he was in an altered state of mind until after his arrest.

Breivik emphasizes what he wanted to achieve on 7/22:

1. To distribute the compendium to those on the threshold of becoming militant nationalists.

2. Trigger a witch hunt on moderate cultural conservatives, so they will lose faith in democracy, and there will be a polarization of the population.

3. Send a message to all who betray the European culture through support for multiculturalism and Islamisation, that treachery is punishable by death, ie “strike fear into the hearts of our enemies.”

Breivik states he is not going to take his own life as it goes against his Catholic and Orthodox views.

Breivik mentions Fjordman and asks the experts to read “Will the Netherlands Survive the 21st century?” which he considers to be Fjordman’s most important essay.

He describes his relationship to the woman from Belarus. He was in love with her, but it lasted a week, and he found out that she was a gold digger.

Breivik stresses the importance of Bushido meditation, and explains his promotional video on YouTube can be used for this purpose. The music combined with visualizing the video strengthens his fighting spirit. He also explains it’s a form of self indoctrination to stay committed to his cause. Breivik says he tried praying, but that this didn’t work all that well for him, possibly because he’s not very religious. He started meditating in 2006, with a particular focus on becoming emotionless, with a particular focus on removing fear.

Breivik says he feels guilt to some extend, but does not regret his actions. He says he is proud to have conducted a successful operation after years of preparation  but that he finds it upsetting that the operation was needed.

Breivik adds that another attack will happen unless the government abandons multiculturalism.

When asked if he still sees himself as a “Justiciar Knight” he answers he does not distance himself from the system proposed in 2083, but that he’s open to suggestions from other militant nationalists.

Breivik estimates the chances of being released as close to zero.