Here It Is: The Oslo Bombers Manifesto

The almost 1500 pages manifesto – or book – was published just a couple of hours before the bomb went of at the Norwegian government building in Oslo on Friday afternoon. In this document the christian extremest, and Freemason, Anders Behring Breivik, describes in detail how he planned and carried out the gruesome attack. The European Deceleration of  Independence” also shed a light on a dangerous underground movement that EconoTwis’s have been warning about several times over the last couple of years.

Friday July 22 – Day 82:

Initiate blasting sequenses at pre-determined sites. Test dirt for gram of gold per kg. Have enough material for at least 20 blasts. Start capitalization of project as soon as I have results. Time is running out, liquidity squeese inc. Call/email all my investor contacts with updated online prospectus/pdf. This is going to be an all-or-nothing scenario. If I fail to generate acceptable precious metals yields, in combination with swift initiation of the capitalization for securing the areas I will be heavily indebted. I must complete capitalization of the mineral extraction project within August at latest! When I have the required seed capital I will have enough funds to employ the services of professional blasting engineers. If all fails, I will initiate my career with a private security firm in conflict zones to acquire maximum funds in the shortest period of time to repay the debts. First coming costume party this autumn, dress up as a police officer. Arrive with insignias:-) Will be awesome as people will be very astonished:-)
Side note; imagine if law enforcement would visit me the next days. They would probably get the wrong idea and think I was a terrorist, lol :o)

On 22 July 2011, Breivik allegedly approached a Labour Party youth camp on Utøya island, posing as a police officer, and then opened fire on the adolescents present, reportedly killing at least 100.

He has also been linked with the bomb blasts which had taken place approximately two hours earlier in Oslo. He was arrested on Utøya, and is currently in police custody. Following his apprehension, Breivik was characterized by officials as being a right-wing extremist

According to Reuters and the BBC, deputy police chief Roger Andresen described Breivik as a “Christian fundamentalist“.

He was reportedly a former member of the conservative “Progress Party.”

According to the newspaper Verdens Gang, he has no previous history with the police, apart from traffic violations

According to the same source, Breivik has a Glock pistol, a rifle and a shotgun registered to his name.

Breivik moved in late June or early July to the rural small town of Rena in Åmot, Hedmark county, about 140 km (86 miles) northeast of Oslo,where he operated a farming sole proprietorship under the name “Breivik Geofarm”.

According to Reuters, a farming supplier had sold to Breivik’s company six tonnes of fertilizer in May.

Fertilizer can be used to produce fertilizer explosives, although fertilizer explosives were not reported to have been used in the attacks.

In his manifesto, Breivik describes himself as an economically liberal, revolutionary cultural conservative.

He is also a former member of the Progress Party (FrP) and its youth wing FpU. According to the current FpU leader Ove Vanebo, Breivik was active early in the 2000s, but he left the party in 2007 as his viewpoints became more extreme.

Breivik has also been linked to the online persona “Fjordman”, who has penned numerous online sites such as Gates of Vienna and Atlas Shrugs. In these writings, Fjordman develops a radically pro-Israeli and anti-Muslim worldview.

Breivik described himself as being interested in hunting and computer games, including World of Warcraft and Modern Warfare 2.

Breivik identified himself in a multitude of social media services as an admirer of, among others, Winston Churchill, Max Manus, and Dutch politician Geert Wilders, whose political party he described as “the only true party for conservatives”.

On Twitter he paraphrased philosopher John Stuart Mill: “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.”

Breivik listed as one of his interests freemasonry, he was a Freemasona member of St. John’s Lodge in Osl

Breivik is reported to have written many posts on the website document.no,described by Aftenposten as “Islam-critical and Israel-friendly”.

He also attended meetings of “Documents venner” (Friends of Document), affiliated with the website.

Dagens Næringsliv writes that Breivik sought to start a Norwegian version of the Tea Party movement in cooperation with the owners of document.no, but that they, after expressing initial interest, ultimately turned down his proposal because he did not have the contacts he promised.

Due to the media attention on his Internet activity following the 2011 attacks, document.no compiled a complete list of comments made by Breivik on its website between September 2009 and June 2010.

Breivik penned a 1.500-page manifesto titled “2083 — A European Declaration of Independence,” under the pseudonym “Andrew Berwick”, published July 22, 2011.

In the document he describes his background and discusses his political viewpoints.

“Berwick” details his preparation for the attacks including but not limited to; the preparation of ANFO, methods of acquisition of chemical precursors, and his mental state in the days leading up to the attacks. In the preface he says he devoted nine years of his life to writing the book, working full time during the last three.

Six hours before the attacks, Breivik posted a YouTube video urging conservatives to “embrace martyrdom” and showing himself wearing a wetsuit and pointing a Ruger Mini 14.

Breivik wrote that it was essential to “fight” for a “Judeo-Christian Europe”, praised the rejection of “anti-Jewish views” and stated that “the new Conservatist ‘new right’ is rapidly developing into a pro-Israel, anti-Jihad alliance.”

He applauds Israel, and considers Israel to be a victim of alleged “cultural Marxists” who “see Israel as a ‘racist’ state”.

Hours before the shootings occurred, Breivik released an anti-Muslim video detailing that many Christian groups desired a violent staged revolution in Europe to kill the “cultural Marxists” who were, as he saw it, working to weaken Christendom and the “cultural purity” of Europe.

He advocated the organization called the “Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon.”

His video urged Christian Europeans to be “justiciar knights,” and rely on the virtues of the crusaders and other Christians in Europe who had battled Muslims in the name of Christianity.

Breivik grew up in the affluent west-end of Oslo, son of Jens Breivik, a Siviløkonom (Norwegian professional title, literally “civil economist”), and Wenche Behring, a nurse. He has two half-brothers and two half-sisters. His parents divorced when he was one year old and he lived with his mother and half-sister.

He attended Smestad Grammar School, Ris Junior High, Hartvig Nissen High School and Oslo Commerce School. He took online study courses on Small Business Management at American InterContinental University.

A former classmate has recalled that he was an intelligent student who often took care of people who were bullied.

A former co-worker has described him as an “exceptional colleague” without racist tendencies.

Breivik was a freemason. After the attacks, his lodge claimed he had only minimal contact with the lodge, and suspended his membership.

Breivik completed his service in the Norwegian Army, and studied at the BI Norwegian School of Management.

In late June or early July 2011, Breivik moved to the small rural town of Rena in Åmot, Hedmark county, about 140 km (86 miles) northeast of Oslo,where he operated a farming sole proprietorship under the name “Breivik Geofarm”.

There is speculation that he could have used the company as a cover to legally obtain large amounts of artificial fertilizer and other chemicals for the manufacturing of fertilizer explosives.

A farming supplier sold Breivik’s company six tonnes of fertilizer in May.

In his manifesto he details how he used the company as a facade to acquire the chemicals without raising suspicion.

Cultural Marxism/multiculturalism: term describing the current Western European/US
political/moral systems based on “political correctness” – a mix of Marxism, extreme
egalitarianism, suicidal humanism, anti-nationalism, anti-Europeanism and capitalist
globalism. The ML ideology or political platform (Maoist-Leninism) ML which is also a
European hate ideology, was later refined “toned down” and disguised and incorporated into
politically correct movements such as; feminism, pro-drugs, pro-sexual revolusion, antiracism,
anti-fascism, anti-Christendom, anti-capitalism, gay and disability rights
movements, environmentalism etc. (see chapters explaining the Frankfurt School). The
current ideology is in fact a “communism light” or a deceptive form of communism which
was created and propagated as soon as the Marxist-Leninists’ understood that the
Europeans globally (Western Europe, US, Canada, Australia) would not follow the example
of their Russian comrades (in early 20th century). Feminism (including Sexual Revolution),
egalitarianism, humanism are highly compatible and/or similar overlapping political
concepts/ideologies. The purpose of cultural Marxism is to destroy or deconstruct Western
Civilisation (where the Christian European patriarchy has dominated historically) and
instead create the USASSR/EUSSR, a communist utopia based on Marxist-Leninist
principles. In order to achieve this they must destroy traditional European social cohesion in
society which is the basis for traditional European nation states. They are therefore focused
on the gradual deconstruction of European cultures, identities and the traditional structures
(nuclear family, traditional morality and patriarchal structures) which has dominated
humanity for the last 300 000 years. They understood early that political indoctrination
would not be enough. They must destroy the very fabric of Europeanism so they (together
with humanists and capitalist globalists) pushed for mass-third world immigraton. However,
they made one critical mistake. They underestimated Islam which proved to be simply too
resilient to be assimilated/pacified/feminised, even for them. Communism is often used
when describing a complete ideology (economical principles included) while “cultural
Marxism” does not describe economical principles.

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