Tuesday, 29 November 2011




It undermines the credibility of the case he made about the islamisation of Europe and government complicity in it.

It makes it easier for them to keep him locked up forever. If he was convicted in a conventional way, they might have to let him out in 20-25 years, when he would be in his 50s - still young enough to do some damage.

It prevents a trial taking place. Breivik could have used the trial to showcase his theories. This would have been extremely uncomfortable for the elite since his theories are basically correct.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The trial will still start 16 April, as scheduled

An interesting comment from one forensic psychiatrist, though

- It is difficult to draw the line between extreme political opinions and psychosis in psychiatry. (Henning Værøy)

So, they had to declare him insane. Otherwise, they would have had to go into the real motive and the complex problem behind the attacks on 22 July in Oslo.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab6oR7T0MlM

DP111 said...

Quote: Other sections of the report leaked to Norwegian media described Breivik's conditions as "lifelong" and "difficult to treat" and in need of medical therapy.

http://af.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idAFTRE7AT12W20111130?pageNumber=3&virtualBrandChannel=0

By the time he has had mind altering medicines, he will most certainly be insane. Didn't the USSR do the same thing - it treated dissidents as insane and treated them with drugs?

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