Thursday, May 3, 2012

On Breivik

We all know of the incident where the Norwegian, Anders Behring Breivik, slaughtered 69 young people on the pleasure island of Utoya, a short boat ride from the capital Oslo. Indeed, much has been written on blogs and in newspapers about this most heinous of events which can leave the casual reader in no doubt that Breivik is insane or at the very least, suffering some kind of mental illness.

But is Breivik mad? Does he really suffer from some kind of mental instability that could be attributed to his extreme actions in taking the lives of so many young people? And if he is not insane, as some Norwegian Psychiatrists are now arguing, what was his real purpose for carrying out this massacre?

We now know how meticulous Breivik was in his planning for the massacre when he had a diversionary explosion go off killing 8 people at a government office in Oslo around the same time as he started to hunt down and slaughter his 69 victims on Utoya. It was quite plain from this diversionary tactic that he did not want to be interrupted from what he was doing on Utoya. We now know of Breivik's manifesto of 1400 pages in which he lays the blame for his extremist actions on the Norwegian State and Socialism, which is - and to any thinking person who has not been tainted with Marxist ideals, causing the rapid disintegration of the Norwegian culture into a totalitarian state where thinking of any kind outside of socialist ideals is no longer tolerated. And here is an example of how this kind of thinking is now affecting Norway and its people: In any society or culture that still values its origins and future prospects as a viable community or nation, a montrous act like the one that Breivik committed would be deemed intolerable and the perpetrator dealt with quickly, legally, and then executed. No society calling itself tolerant and fair should be forced to tolerate the intolerable actions of a person who murders young people, especially in a cruel and unusual way just to bring attention to himself and to his cause, especially by arranging a show trial that is now in progress. A trial that is politically motivated to 'unearth' those perceived 'mentors' of Breivik, as mentioned in passing in his manifesto, and to cast them in the public eye as Aiders and Abettors in Breiviks crime. And a trial that may only award this monster 21 years maximum jail time for his particular affront to humanity.

There was only one killer on the day and that was Breivik. Whether he was physically aided and abetted by others who have yet to be caught remains pure speculation because at this time, there have been no other arrests. Breivik has admitted to his crimes, but does not admit to his guilt. And therein lies the rub, the sticking point in this farcical trial. Breivik planned this atrocity and then systematically went about personally executing 69 of his victims before being surrounded by police and then surrendering to them with the explicit wish of telling the 'world' why he did what he did.

There can be no doubt that Breivik is guilty of the crimes. He should be executed. In any culture that values its existence, Breivik would be done away with. He would not have been put on display in a show trial that is more concerned with attacking those the court deems as from the 'far right' politically and therefore partly responsible for what Breivik did. There is no common sense here, no logic of thought, no following for the rule of law as laid down, only ideological pandering to those who drive Norway's decline into a third world socialist Hellhole.

Is that why Breivik did what he did? There is a saying that for every action there is a reaction. One could also say; that for every act of left wing extremism expect an opposite act of right wing extremism. Breivik has stated that he is a Nationalist which has been quickly attacked by those who proudly proclaim Marx their hero as an admission of his right wing leaning. But those who have been quick to take up this mantra forget that nationalism can straddle both sides of politics. Nationalists have been noted Fascists such as Mussolini's Blackshirts and Franco's Spanish Fascists. Socialism has been involved in Germany's National Socialism and Russia's Soviet Socialism, all have failed and those who still think this way have now morphed into the softer sounding Social Democrats, or the more beguiling, 'Progressives'. Patriotism as nationalism, has now been denigrated by those Progressives as the new extremism which must be checked at all costs. Norway is now far down the path of communism, or socialism, whatever leftwing term of thinking you may wish to tag the country with. When young people congregate in large numbers outside a mass murderers jail, as they did in Norway a few weeks ago, and sing songs with which to admonish him, which is really just turning the other cheek because they wish to not be like the monster they were singing to, what future that nation?











3 comments:

  1. Breivik is become the best tool of socialists to keep Europe far from right-wing and near to left-wing. I see that socialists around Europe are gaining popularity, while people like Geert Wilders are losing it. I'm worried more than from the financial crisis (that historically was always dark but short era), about incoming marxism and islamo-fascism, at the point i'm thinking to leave my country one day. I fell Europe will be the first non-islamic country under sharia-law. People around me are against islam (including my socialist brother) , but they fear the idea to fight because they don't want to get bombed by islamist.
    Stoltenberg, or better, Dumberg is disgusting in the way he acts. He has no respect for victims that were in his own party. And the song against Breivik saddened me. Only first-grade children do things like that.

    I always said what i think about Breivik and i repeat this even here. I think victim of the massacre should be remembered and Breivik sould be put in shadow and no one should care for him, just like a regular killer. But Breivik was a tempting occasion for socialist propaganda. And we see how things are doing in Norway.

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  2. Right wing- i meant conservative.

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  3. Nordlys - it is our own cowardice in not speaking out enmasse to those who push third world immigration and socialist policies that is aiding and abetting our own cultural destruction. When the people remain mute to the destruction occurring around them, there can be only one outcome. As the old saying goes: 'In order for evil to triumph, all it takes is for good men to do nothing'.

    Politicians are ordinary people who have extra-ordinary positions of power that are usually co-opted into group think. And Socialistic Group Thinking along with Islamic infiltration, is our problem. Those who are weak minded individuals will succumb to group think while losing their individuality. But, not all politicians are self absorbed and self interested individuals, some are very patriotic people who are able to maintain their patriotism and individualism, even while being surrounded by those who are actively engaged in selling out their own nations for their own special interests. Also, there are too few of these people, and they need to be supported in any efforts to correct politically what has gone wrong with our nations before it is too late. They will act to the peoples wishes only if there is enough people to support them, and that is where we all need to mobilize and to 'grass root' those indivuals in politics who can be identifed and are best able to steer our nations away from the current insanity that is leading to our destruction.

    Unfortunately, Right Wing has now come to mean 'radical' and is freely bandied about by those who see conservatives or right of centre politics, as their enemy. The true radicals are those who are engaged in Socialist activities that are undermining our nations. We once used to call them, Traitors!

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