Category Archives: Breivik News

Breivik’s visitor ban has been lifted

Commander Breivik’s visitor ban was lifted in December 2013. His communication is still heavily censored and subsequently he hasn’t been able to ask many people to come visit him.

In order to visit a form needs to be filled out, which the prison might be able to provide. Breivik should have been moved back to Ila fengsel in September.

Update on Breivik’s hunger strike

Breivik has delayed the start of his hunger strike, the exact reason of which is as of yet unknown.

Based on the available information he is still restricted to half an hour of human contact a week.

In comparison, other Norwegian prisoners in solitary confinement are allowed 8 hours of human contact a week, and this punishment (solitary confinement is primarily used as a punishment) generally lasts for 1 or 2 weeks.

I have a few educated guesses as to the reason of the delay:

1. Breivik is likely waiting to reach a psychological breaking point, as he may be force-fed after he has starved himself to the point of inflicting brain damage on himself.

2. Some criticism has been published as to the humanity of his treatment. Psychologically it may strengthen him to know that it’s recognized that he’s the most strictly isolated prisoner in Western Europe.

3. There’s the prospect of increased human contact if he’s allowed to be interviewed by researchers of far-right ideologies.

4. Breivik is aware that people who write him are being intimidated by the police, so he understands the reason for a sharp decrease in the number of letters from supporters he’s receiving. Some people may have increased the frequency at which they write him in the understanding that fewer people write Breivik and that he’d respond (more frequently) if it wasn’t for the prison censorship of outgoing mail.

5. The prison may have increased his living conditions as a result of criticism by several experts that his treatment equates torture. As per Norwegian guidelines the prison must compensate for his lack of human contact by providing alternative forms of entertainment.

As his living standards are expected to decrease when he’s returned to Ila fengsel, sometime in September / October, this may be a likely time for a hunger strike to begin.

Aftenposten comments on Breivik’s prison situation

In a recent comment to Aftenposten Breivik’s laywer, Tord Jordet, has stated that Breivik’s isolation is a clear human rights violation and that Breivik is still in the process of taking legal action.

Aftenposten editor, Espen Egil Hansen, has spoken out as well. He points out, as I’ve pointed out in the past, that there was a common agreement that 7/22 shouldn’t change Norway. The level of isolation Breivik is exposed to is unprecedented however, and violates several international guidelines regarding the humane treatment of prisoners. This implies that Norway has changed.

Countries with post-revolutionary constitutions, like the USA, clearly state that prisoners must be treated humanely. This in the knowledge that totalitarian governments will use inhumane treatment to discourage political dissent.

Of course Norway has been changed by Multiculturalism and will continue to change for the worse. More and more Europeans radicalize every day and there will come a time when even outright torture won’t stop them from resisting their genocide.

Memorial chosen for 7/22

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.

Police reject Breivik’s maltreatment complaint

The police rejected Breivik’s maltreatment complaint which was to be expected. It’s not against Norwegian law to limit a prisoner to less than 1 hour of human contact a week.

Norway is violating international treaties it signed but the only way for those treaties to be enforced is politically.

The police did a brief investigation which might put a halt to the painful handcuffing, assuming they asked questions about that particular practice.

Breivik threatens with hungerstrike

According to the mainstream media Breivik has threatened to start a hunger strike over his prison conditions. The sources are a 4 page hand-written letter he wrote to the prison authorities that was leaked to the press (like his previous complaint letter), and a letter that was written January 29th to a French news agency.

The media refuses to name the most grievous aspects of Commander Breivik’s stay in prison, 5 minutes of human contact a day with the prison psychologist, no phone calls, no visitations, no (or extremely delayed) letter correspondence to friends and supporters. When he wants to leave his cell he has to undergo a strip search and he’s painfully handcuffed. Guards have been instructed to keep communication to a bare minimum. This kind of treatment is commonly used as a punishment for bad behavior and isn’t recommended to last for more than two weeks. Breivik has been subjected to this treatment for over 2 years now.

Breivik lists 12 requests to improve his prison conditions, one of which is to be given a Playstation 3 (he currently has an outdated Playstation 2) and being able to pick his own games as compensation for lack of socialization. Subsequently the media tries to make the masses believe that the announced hungerstrike is about a Playstation 3, they’ll undoubtedly succeed.

Some quotes from the letter:

“You have put me through hell (…) and I won’t be able to survive it much longer. You are killing me”

“You seem to think that we — all human rights activists who fight for one fundamental human right (cultural self-determination) — … are Nazi monsters who should be pushed into suicide”

“The hunger strike will not stop until (Justice Minister Anders) Anundsen and (Penitentiary affairs director) Marianne Vollan stop treating me worse than an animal.”

“If I die, all the far right radicals and extremists in the European world will know exactly which individuals tortured me to death (…) This could have consequences for some individuals on the short term but also when Norway will have a new fascist regime in 13 to 40 years.”

It’s hard to predict if there will be extensive trials after the inevitable regime change.

If Breivik goes on a hunger strike he will be force-fed eventually as I doubt they’ll let him die. Watching someone starve will be psychologically difficult on the guards. Hard to predict what the additional cost is for the Norwegian government if he goes on strike, if he needs to be hospitalized it can get costly. It’s also difficult to punish a prisoner for not eating, making it one of the few ways Breivik can protest without breaking the prison rules.

The psychological torture of Commander Breivik

After Gates of Vienna published the first 5 pages of Breivik’s letter, has published quotes from the remaining part. I’ve added these to the bottom of the 5 pages I published on the Breivik Archive earlier.

In summary Breivik asks for the solitary confinement where he only gets about 5 minutes of human contact a day to end.

Breivik writes letter to the international press

Several news sources have reported on Breivik’s recent letter campaign to the international press.

The letter is reportedly 30 pages, though some news outlets have reported 35 pages as well. Hopefully someone will publish the full letter sooner or later.

Some of the new interesting facts are that the prison didn’t allow Breivik to get a second signature to found the Norwegian Fascist Party. Breivik wrote that he doesn’t think he’ll survive prison if the current conditions are maintained as he’s still restricted to 5 minutes of human contact a day. If he is in fact restricted to 5 minutes of human contact a day that is a rather severe human rights violation.

Breivik explains that the reason he is strip-searched several times a day is because he wrote about escaping from prison in 2083. In a similar fashion he’s on permanent suicide watch, meaning guards constantly disturb his sleep to check if he hasn’t killed himself.

The letter contains a draft of the party program of his political party, which is non-violent and involves Nordic separatism. Breivik explains that he tried to come across as a Counter-Jihadist to cause the least amount of damage to Ethnic Nationalists. Breivik wants to turn Southwestern Østfold into a Nordic state. According to Expo (a far-left organization) Breivik suggests Varg Vikernes and Erik Blucher as potential figureheads for such a movement. Blucher however appears to have retired, and Vikernes is rather busy making a living selling his sub-standard music, books, and documentaries to White Nationalists.

In my opinion Nordfront is the best alternative for Scandinavian hardliners to get involved. Generation Identitair is an option for people who are more so aligned with the new-right. Best to avoid organizations that want to see Israel destroyed, as Breivik explained several times, Israel is the perfect destination for disloyal Jews.

Brevik mentions he send a manuscript of “The Breivik Diaries” to a publisher on July 11, 2013. The manuscript is still in review by the prison authorities. He also finished a 2nd manuscript of 1,000 pages.

Breivik mentioned he has a Sony Playstation 2, he did so rather cleverly by embedding it in a sentence so pompous the media couldn’t resist quoting it. He’s allowed to receive books, DVDs, and CDs, so PS2 games should be allowed as well though this hasn’t been verified.

I’ve decided to maintain a gift registry in case people want to avoid sending Breivik duplicates. To inquire if a certain book, movie, or game has been send to Breivik you can reach me at or on VK. Make sure to email me from a gmail account for your own safety, unless you don’t care if any intelligence agencies are reading along.

Update 2014-01-27:

The first 5 pages of Breivik’s letter to the International Press were released by the Gates of Vienna blog and I’ve put it up on the Breivik Archive.

Anders Behring Breivik letter 13-09-29 to International Press

No real big surprises, it’s quite clear in 2083 that Breivik is trying to unite and radicalize various factions. Nor is it a surprise that a man of such radical actions entertains a wide variety of radical beliefs.

Defector Projects

The European Union is making funds available for member nations to combat extremism using so called ‘defector projects’. It is part of the EU Counter-Terrorism strategy and the project is known as RAN (Radicalization Awareness Network). The funds will be used to train police officers and social workers to get people to leave radical environments and abandon radical ideologies.

“The biggest threat right now comes from violent right-wing extremism,” Commissioner Cecilia Malmström told Sveriges Radio (SR) on Tuesday. “For example in Greece and in Bulgaria, but also in Hungary.”

Malmström mentioned both right-wing and left-wing extremists were radicalizing in Europe. Malmström is apparently involved in the whole RAN business and supposedly knows what she’s talking about.

Naturally a large part of the focus will not be on Muslims (who love Cultural Marxist politicians) but on people with dangerous far-right convictions, which includes anyone who writes Breivik a letter in support, and is likely to include anyone who gets themselves onto a blacklist in one way or another. Based on Malmström’s statement ethnic nationalists may be blacklisted as well, members of Nordfront come to mind.

Getting yourself on a blacklist can happen in various ways, someone (a teacher for example) can report you as expressing extremist views, statements you make online can be traced back to your identity, the infiltration of far-right movements, and an extremist can be manipulated into providing names of fellow extremists.

People on these blacklists will then be visited by a police officer and be questioned. In the case of young people the favorite tactic is to confront them in school. If you’re employed the police officer may threaten to have a talk with your boss.

Generally you don’t have to talk or cooperate with a police officer if there is no criminal charge, and they may pretend to know less than they actually do in order to catch you in a lie, which in itself may be a criminal offense, or give them a reason for an actual criminal investigation, rather than a friendly chat with the purpose of intimidation.

As the EU is paying for the training of social workers this means that extremists will likely be offered counseling to help them change their evil ways. So if you want free psychological help you can consider writing Commander Breivik a letter.

The stated aim of RAN is to prevent terrorism, but it essentially boils down to one step further towards a police state, which can be identified as following:

– The criminalization of opposing ideologies, either directly (e.g. a ban on nazism) or indirectly (e.g. a ban on racial discrimination).

– Arrest or punishment of citizens for expressing their beliefs or opinions, especially for criticism of the regime, its ideology, or its leaders. This is known as the criminalization of dissent.

– The blacklisting of dissidents.

– Arrest or punishment of citizens for organizing political or civic groups.

– Disruption or intimidation of opposition groups, either directly, or indirectly by allowing opponents to be attacked by radicals (e.g. attacks by the Anti Fascist Action)

– Smear campaigns or blackmail of political opponents.

– Kangaroo courts where people get excessively punished for violating vaguely formulated laws (e.g. inciting racial hatred)

– Harsh punishment (long prison terms, huge fines, solitary confinement, sleep disruption, or other mistreatment of prisoners)

– Lack of accountability for violations of the laws or constitution by government employees.

– Secretly monitoring the activities or communications of citizens or groups who are not engaged in criminal activity.

– Censorship of the mass media and use of the media for government propaganda.

– Breaking up non-violent public demonstrations, arresting the participants, or allowing participants to be attacked by radicals.

– Government secrecy or government lying about its activities.



Anders Behring Breivik, Facebook, and Psychopathy

Researchers from Sahlgrenska Academy and Lund University in Sweden have studied whether status updates on Facebook can indicate if a person is a psychopath or shows other undesirable tendencies, such as narcissism.

In a report in the scientific journal Personality And Individual Differences titled ‘The dark Side Of Facebook’, the researchers inform that if one does not want to be outed as the next Ted Bundy, one should not not put any status update which mentions prostitutes, decapitation, pornography or butchers.

Not having a Facebook profile could also be a bad sign according to them, and they cite James Holmes and Anders Behring Breivik as examples.

The interesting thing here is that Breivik did have a Facebook account, which was deleted after 7/22 because his profile was receiving too many messages from sympathizers, and those messages in turn were getting too many thumb-ups. It’s difficult to take these researchers serious if they can’t even get the most basic facts right.

It should also be noted that in modern psychology the desire to prevent the extermination of your people is considered a form of extreme narcissism. 

The obsession with the psychological state and political attitudes of the citizenry is a primary characteristic of every police state. Breivik himself wrote in 2083 to be careful what you write online, to blend in and appear more moderate than you truly are.

Facebook itself is a tool of mass censorship where every public and private message can be reported if it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service, which basically states that any opinion contrary to the Cultural Marxist ideology is considered hateful and subject to censorship. An interesting question for psychologists to answer is why people stay on Facebook even though it means they can’t express their opinions freely.