SUSPECT identifies himself as “anti-racist, pro-homosexual, pro-Israeli” and attacked Vlaams Belang and the English Defense League on document.no (a website that appears to represent a Norwegian version of American neo-conservatism).
“That’s why we have to ensure that we influence other culturally conservatives to take our anti-racist pro-homosexual, pro-Israeli line of thought.” – Anders Behring Breivik
The English language facebook page identifying the killer as a “Christian” & “Conservative” was created AFTER his killing spree was over.
As soon as the killers name was released thousands of people began looking up his facebook page. It is common for people to make hoax pages when someone is in the news. Initially a page in Norwegian appeared bearing the suspect’s name, multiple face shots, and a photo of the suspect in the uniform of a European freemason. Then facebook deleted it. A SECOND page in ENGLISH then appeared bearing the suspect’s name and a single photo. Facebook also quickly deleted it. However the “mainstream” media is gleeful using this second facebook page to demonize Christians and Conservatives.
This was spree killer Anders Behring Breivik’s facebook original profile immediately after his name was released. And on the right a new English language facebook profile that appeared minutes later.
Click of the profiles to see the full sized versions.
Several things have been doctored up to alter the suspect’s political views. First a section titled “Philosophy” has been added to include “Christian,” and “Conservative.” The media has used this to great lengths.
Secondly, a previous section under the Norwegian term “Annet” is gone. In this former section the suspect identifies his heroes as Winston Churchill and Max Manus, the leader of the Norwegian anti-Nazi resistance. Someone in Norway picking these two men as his heroes would indicate that he is a moderate or centrist. More the middle of the political spectrum than the fringes.
Further, the suspect left the conservative Norwegian Progress Party four years ago and had been posting messages on a website that represents the Norwegian version of a Bush/McCain “neo-con.” Not a “right-winger,” or “ultra-nationalist.” Some European and Russian news outlets have even called him a “white supremacist” and/or “neo-Nazi.”
In fact, here is the website that the suspect most actively posted on and supported. The man who runs it is a Billy Kristol style neo-con. It is called document.no and run by Hans Rustad a Jewish man. Rustad is a former left-wing journalist turned neo-conservative. The website claims that only Muslim immigration should be restricted and that Asians and non-Muslim Africans are “making a positive contribution to Norway.” The website fanatically supports Israel and opposes Norwegian recognition of Palestinian statehood.
Rustad has decided to publish a collection of the suspect’s posts on his website. It is very extensive. None of the comments are extreme or hint at a desire to commit violence.
On one comment, suspect Breivik calls the English Defense League an embarrassment and says it “lacks ideological training.” He attacks the Vlaams Belang as racist and anti-gay. He says Vlaams Belang needs many “reforms” to “reach our level.”
Norwegian police are now saying that the suspect had no known connection to any radical groups.
The media falsely portrayed the radical leftist Jared Laughner, who is Jewish, as a “extreme right-winger” and “anti-Semite.” They portrayed the militant self-described “anti-racist,” bisexual, cross dressing Columbine killers (one of whom was Jewish) as “right-wingers” and “neo-Nazis.” So it was predictable that the media would have a field day with Anders Breivik, since he is right of center in some of his beliefs.
- Jerusalem Post: Norway killer motivated by Zionism.
- Facebook deletes conservative page with 75,000 users
- Norwegian Police say no connection to EDL. BBC is lying.
- Norwegian police may have known attack was coming.
- Facebook shows extreme double standard
- European leftists demand supression of civil rights.
- Poll: Which social media websites do you use?