Sunday, 31 July 2011

One of the spooky things about reading Breivik's book is how ordinary he seems in many respects. It seems somehow surreal that he was playing games, like World of Warcraft, while actively preparing for his killing spree.
I took a year off when I was 25 and played WoW PvE hardcore for a year.
Conservatism - Alliance, human female mage – PvE, Server: Silvermoon
Conservative - Horde, tauren female resto druid – PvP, Server: Silvermoon
I raided hardcore and was a guild leader in a couple of hardcore guilds: Virtue, then Unit,
Nordrassil – Rank 1 Alliance PvE. We transferred the guild to Silvermoon. I grew tired of running the guild and sorting recruitment issues so I joined Nevermore, another hardcore guild on Silvermoon (Rank 3). Silvermoon is the most progressed Alliance server in the world out of more than 300 servers (10 million + players worldwide) so the competition is extremely hard. This means we were one of the most progressed guilds in the world at one time. I can honestly say running a hardcore WoW guild is equally challenging to running your own business with 7 employees or more. It requires an extreme amount of work in order to be successful and get server first kills.

We all know how adept Muslims are at explaining away from of the most problematical parts of their so-called holy texts. In the expert hands of a skilled Muslim apologist even the Koran's most blatant exhortations to violence ("Slay the infidels wherever you find them...") can be made to seem innocuous and unobjectionable.

It seems the British left is now picking up on the techniques of deception mastered by their Muslim allies. In the Observer today, Nick Cohen attempts to brand Neathergate - the scandal arising from Labour speechwriter Andrew Neather's revelations of a Labour conspiracy to flood the country with immigrants to make it more multicultural - as a far-fetched right-wing conspiracy theory.
The conspiracy theory began when Andrew Neather, a former speech writer for Jack Straw, wrote in the London Evening Standard that Straw and his Labour colleagues allowed mass immigration because they thought it would undermine the Tory party. "I remember coming away from some discussions with the clear sense that the policy was intended – even if it wasn't its main purpose – to rub the right's nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date."

Neather's account could not have been true, as he later half admitted when he said his views had been "twisted out of all recognition". Far from destroying white Britain by opening the doors to migrant hordes, Straw imposed ferocious restrictions on asylum seekers, which I and many others said stopped genuine refugees in fear of their lives finding sanctuary here.

Cohen's story hook is that Anders Behring Breivik made reference to these revelations in his manifesto. So, implicitly, anyone who now believes in the Labour conspiracy has to be a potential mass-murdering lunatic, right?

Let's look at what Neather said, though:
It didn't just happen: the deliberate policy of ministers from late 2000 until at least February last year, when the Government introduced a points-based system, was to open up the UK to mass migration.

Drafts were handed out in summer 2000 only with extreme reluctance: there was a paranoia about it reaching the media.

...But the earlier drafts I saw also included a driving political purpose: that mass immigration was the way that the Government was going to make the UK truly multicultural.

I remember coming away from some discussions with the clear sense that the policy was intended - even if this wasn't its main purpose - to rub the Right's nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date.

...Ministers were very nervous about the whole thing. For despite Roche's keenness to make her big speech and to be upfront, there was a reluctance elsewhere in government to discuss what increased immigration would mean, above all for Labour's core white working-class vote.

Cohen's attempt to reinterpret the plain meaning of Neather's words and impute some innocuous significance to them is absurd. His argument is that because Jack Straw intended to impose restrictions on asylum seekers, Labour's entire immigration policy must be blameless. But asylum seekers represent only a small fraction of total inward migration. It's true that after swelling grotesquely, Labour had reduced the asylum seeker numbers by the end of their term of government. But as you can see from this Migration Watch graph, other sources of migration had risen dramatically, most especially so during Jack Straw's tenure as Home Secretary (1997-2001).

I should also mention the caveat that I'm not clear whether these asylum seeker figures represent actual grants of asylum simply admission to the country for the purpose of seeking asylum. If the latter, the real figures would potentially be much greater than shown here as we know Labour left a huge backlog of asylum seeker claims, many of which have now been granted by default.

Source: Vlad Tepes

This banner has recently appeared on the Via Dolorosa, in old Jerusalem, where Christian pilgrims traditionally retrace the stages on Christ's journey to his Crucifixion.
Jesus said: I am indeed a servant of Allah, Allah is my Lord and your Lord, so you will pray only Him”. It is written in clear English, preceded by the Shahada, the Islamic profession of Islamic faith, and followed by a reference to the verse of the Koran in question. Next to the figure of a hand with index finger raised, as if in warning, and reference to the web site for those who want to know more.

Source: Vatican Insider
Saturday, 30 July 2011
It's not necessary to refute the lies in the Guardian's latest attempt to take shameless political advantage of the Oslo attacks because the Guardian manages to do so itself. Its lies are so blatant that they stumble over one another.

First the Guardian claims that Breivik's support for the forced deportation of Muslims was considered so extreme in the Counterjihad blogosphere that he was effectively ostracised. This experience supposedly radicalised him and led him to contemplate violence.
At 9:31pm on 16 October 2008 a message appeared on the virulently anti-Muslim website Gates of Vienna. Under the user name Year2183, a reference to a manifesto he was writing, Anders Behring Breivik appears exasperated that his fellow far-right bloggers are too accommodating to Europe's Muslims.

Responding to Fjordman, the anonymous Norwegian "counterjihad" blogger, Breivik insists that only the forced deportation of Muslims will suffice. His stance, he realises, has become too extreme even for the anti-multicultural blogosphere.

Only a few paragraphs later however the Guardian describes these same Counterjihad sites as:
a network of blogs where violence is glorified and multiculturalism despised, along with those who embrace it.

How could violence be glorified within these blogs but the far less extreme step of forced deportation be shunned? It doesn't even begin to make sense. Of course, it is an outright lie to say that "violence is glorified" in Counterjihad blogs.

Source: Guardian

Muslims youths tyrannise a Catholic church in Milbertshofen, Munich.

I did this translation and subtitling myself. If anyone wants the SRT file to create subtitles in another language, let me know.

Source: BR Online

Via: SOS Österreich
Me, Peter, Marius and Axel (and a few other common friends) have seen a lot more of each other the last few months as I’ve had the opportunity to take some time off from the project. Traditionally, I have been the “glue/social administrator” of the gang, but in my absence, Peter has stepped up and has taken initiatives the last years.

I still enjoy considerable respect and admiration from them in relation to my past achievements (establishing my company with 7 employees and making my first million at 24 and 4 million at 25-26). I believe, less than 5 self made individuals have accomplished more at that young age in my country. However, they just can’t comprehend why I halted my career at that point, which is understandable. It’s not like I can tell them that the only reason I generated those funds in the first place was to fund my current operation…
I attended a birthday party in Oscarsgate, Oslo. We were attending a birthday party organised by a good friend of Axels’ girlfriend, Synne. I noticed the woman who celebrated her birthday was working as a judge. A majority of the people at the party where jurists - judges and lawyers in the public sector. I chatted with most of the people at the party. It really struck me how incredibly politically correct everyone were, as if they were all members of the Norwegian Labour Party.

...In any case, nice people though and we had a good time.

My best friend, Peters, 30th birthday. We are going to Budapest to party hard for 5 days.

This is my second trip to Hungary. I really love that country and the people. Clubs in Buda are top notch. Excellent elektronika scene, among the best in the world. Hungarian girls are hot as hell, too bad I have to avoid relationships for the good of my mission. Doesn’t hurt having fun though:D I don’t think I’ve consumed this much alcohol for many years, totally awesome. My best friends, Martin, Axel, Marius and Peter went down and hooked up with another band of Norwegians we have known for some years. One of Martins best friends are Jon-Niclas, really cool guy. He’s a rather well known Norwegian comedian, together with his partner and friend Anders, and a few others. We had a lot of fun down there, the ten of us. Most of us know each other from Nissen High School in Oslo.

Have been in a few Christmas parties with friends, fun although I’ve gained some extra kilos:D

I have given away a few of my paintings to friends. I will keep the rest hanging, as I still appreciate the works.

On his trip to Prague to try and buy weapons:
It will take me from Oslo to Kiel, whereas I need to drive aprox 9 hours straight to Prague where I have booked a 6 day stay at a relatively cheap hostel. I have usually gone with hotels in the past but they are not great for socializing. Nothing beats a Hostel when it comes to partying and getting to know people etc.

It will take me from Oslo to Kiel, whereas I need to drive aprox 9 hours straight to Prague where I have booked a 6 day stay at a relatively cheap hostel. I have usually gone with hotels in the past but they are not great for socializing. Nothing beats a Hostel when it comes to partying and getting to know people etc.
Friday, 29 July 2011
I’m not going to pretend I’m a very religious person as that would be a lie. I’ve always been very pragmatic and influenced by my secular surroundings and environment. In the past, I remember I used to think;

“Religion is a crutch for weak people. What is the point in believing in a higher power if you have confidence in yourself!? Pathetic.”

Perhaps this is true for many cases. Religion is a crutch for many weak people and many embrace religion for self serving reasons as a source for drawing mental strength (to feed their weak emotional state f example during illness, death, poverty etc.). Since I am not a hypocrite, I’ll say directly that this is my agenda as well.

The Socialist Zapatero has called early elections in Spain, due to be held in November. Most likely this will be the end of him. Good riddance too. According to El Mundo, the opposition Partido Popular are at 45.9% while Zapatero's party is at 32.1%.

On the question of immigration Zapatero has been one of Europe's most reckless leaders.
In 2005 the socialist (PSOE) government under Zapatero, without consulting other EU leaders, provided a three month blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants. This resulted in 578,000 being legalised. However, it also created a ‘pull-factor’ for potential immigrants and, if anything, has acted to encourage further immigration. Certainly, Spain is now perceived as a European ‘gate-way’ for immigrants (possibly a further 1 million illegal immigrants have entered Spain since the amnesty) to the considerable unease of other EU countries.

Under Zapatero, Spain has experienced a huge increase in the number of immigrants in the country and they're certainly not all polite British pensioners who pay their own bills.
Between 1998 and 2007 Spain’s population rose by an astonishing 14%. Furthermore, immigrants, according to the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE), now account for 9.9% of the population as of January 2007. More worrying for the Spanish is the sheer speed in which mass immigration has occurred. In 2000 there were 900,000 registered foreigners in Spain, but by 2007 this had risen to 4.4 million – a threefold increase that places Spain second only to the US in the world league for net immigration.

Of course, Spanish government figures on immigration are very conservative, as they are based only upon properly registered foreigners. Accordingly, they do not take into account the potentially huge numbers of unregistered immigrants residing in the country. As a consequence, some commentators suspect the proportion of immigrants in Spain may be closer to 12-15% of the population.

Euronews segment that includes reasonably fair interviews with representatives of the Danish People's Party.
According to the latest Eurostat report on population growth within the EU, Britain has the fastest population growth of any large country in the EU.
The largest relative increases were observed in Luxembourg (+19.3‰), Sweden (+8.0‰), Malta (+7.8‰), Belgium (+7.2‰) and the United Kingdom (+6.6‰).

Over 60% of the population increase in the EU as a whole came from migration. In Britain, a very high birth-rate was also a key driver.
In 2010, 5.4 million children were born in the EU27. The crude birth rate was 10.7 per 1000 inhabitants, the same as in 2009. The highest birth rates were recorded in Ireland (16.5‰), the United Kingdom (13.0‰), France (12.8‰), Cyprus (12.4‰) and Sweden (12.3‰), and the lowest rates in Germany (8.3‰), Latvia (8.6‰), Hungary (9.0‰), Italy (9.3‰), Austria (9.4‰), Portugal (9.5‰) and Malta.

Unfortunately the statistics don't make any distinction between births to people of European origin and births to those of non-European origin, but I think we can all guess how that would affect the results.

For some reason Turkey is also included in this report, even though it is not a member of the EU. It is notable that Turkey's net population increase in one year (1,161,700) was almost as large as that of the entire EU (1,368,500).

Source: Eurostat

From A Tangled Web

Thursday, 28 July 2011
When the 9/11 attacks occurred, the Guardian's assistant editor, Seamus Milne, also known as Shameless Milne, was full of understanding - for the terrorists. "Americans cannot ignore what their government does abroad," he said. The policy choices that led to such rage had to be re-assessed, he insisted.
Nearly two days after the horrific suicide attacks on civilian workers in New York and Washington, it has become painfully clear that most Americans simply don't get it. From the president to passersby on the streets, the message seems to be the same: this is an inexplicable assault on freedom and democracy, which must be answered with overwhelming force - just as soon as someone can construct a credible account of who was actually responsible.

Shock, rage and grief there has been aplenty. But any glimmer of recognition of why people might have been driven to carry out such atrocities, sacrificing their own lives in the process - or why the United States is hated with such bitterness, not only in Arab and Muslim countries, but across the developing world - seems almost entirely absent. Perhaps it is too much to hope that, as rescue workers struggle to pull firefighters from the rubble, any but a small minority might make the connection between what has been visited upon them and what their government has visited upon large parts of the world.

To highlight the contrast, let us recast this text as if it applied to the attacks in Oslo.
Nearly two days after the horrific attacks on civilians in Oslo, it has become painfully clear that most Cultural Marxists simply don't get it. From the prime minister to passing Labour party members on the streets, the message seems to be the same: this is an inexplicable assault on freedom and democracy, which must be answered with overwhelming repression of free speech - just as soon as someone can collect the IP addresses of all those Counterjihad website operators and commenters.

Shock, rage and grief there has been aplenty. But any glimmer of recognition of why someone might have been driven to carry out such atrocities, sacrificing his own life in the process - or why the Cultural Marxists are hated with such bitterness, not only in far-right circles, but across the population as a whole - seems almost entirely absent. Perhaps it is too much to hope that, as rescue workers continue to look for dead bodies, any but a small minority might make the connection between what has been visited upon them and what their governments have visited upon large parts of Europe.

Adding all the variants of Mohammed together makes it the fourth most popular boy's name in England and Wales last year. This is across the country as a whole. In specific cities that have been heavily colonised by Muslims, the results would most likely be even more dramatic.

Source: Guardian
What do Asian heritage groups get up to, do you think? Visit museums? Watch old episodes of "It Ain't Half Hot Mum"? Reminisce about the good old days when the bogus astrological theories of "Muslim scientists" were taken seriously and the jizya was paid on time? No. It seems that what they do is: vandalise cars.

The EDL held a flash demo in Pendle earlier this month. In response, Muslims gathered and attacked random British people passing by in their cars. This is how the Burnley Express described it:
A RIGHT-WING group held a flash demonstration in Pendle at the weekend - and it resulted in four arrests.

There was a separate incident in which moving cars were vandalised by an Asian heritage group.

It seems these members of the "Asian heritage group" also had an "Asian heritage appearance".
The woman driver of a blue Vauxhall Vectra, accompanied by her husband and two young children, was confronted by a group of people of Asian heritage appearance.

One of the group then caused £500 worth damage to the vehicle’s rear offside passenger door and the children very alarmed.

At the same time and location, there was an attack on a second vehicle by a group of Asians. Sgt Michelle Dixon of Nelson Police Station said: “One of the Asian members of the group struck the vehicle with a golf club, causing damage to the rear wing and boot.”
Source: Burnley Express

Via: English Defence League Extra

Amnesty reports on massive displacement of Ivory Coast citizens and routine atrocities committed by militias loyal to the new government led by the Muslim president Ouattara.

Of course the word "Muslim" is scarcely mentioned at all, only once in fact and that to portray the Muslims as victims by recounting an incident in which militias loyal to the former government targeted people with Muslim-sounding names.

It's worth paying some attention to Ivory Coast because it exhibits strong parallels to what is happening in western Europe.

Initially, it was a successful country with a booming economy, an oasis of peace and stability in west Africa. Its population was predominantly Christian.

Because of this it attracted people from countries that were less successful, less prosperous, less peaceful and less stable. These people were predominantly Muslim.

Muslim migration and breeding began to change the demographic balance of the country significantly. Indigenous Ivorians began to take note of this and express unease about it. They felt that the incomers were exploiting their country, had no deep-seated sense of loyalty to it and that their ever-growing presence portended bad things for the future. Some politicians responded to these popular concerns by articulating the concept of "Ivoirité" (Ivorianess).

As the Muslim presence grew, so did their political demands. When a significant Muslim presidential contender (Ouattara) emerged from this immigrant Muslim milieu, the constitution was changed to bar presidential candidates whose parents had not been born in Ivory Coast. This provoked a civil war that lasted for almost ten years, coming to an end only this year with a western-assisted Muslim victory and the installation of Ouattara as president.

So, in other words, the people who had predicted that the increasing demographic presence of Muslims would lead to bad things in future were completely correct. It led to the end of stable democratic rule, a civil war, mass killings, rapes, torture and the displacement and dispossession of the indigenous population.

In view of the transformation of Ivory Coast from a stable, prosperous, successful country into just another African cesspit, do the multicultists now acknowledge the failure of their ideology? Of course not. Instead they claim the exact opposite. The indigenous Ivorians had their country destroyed because they weren't multicultural enough.

Here's what Amnesty International's latest report has to say about it:
Much of the insecurity at local level, particularly within and around villages and towns in western Côte d’Ivoire, relates to conflicts about access to and control of land for agriculture. For several decades, people from the north of Côte d’Ivoire and from neighbouring countries such as Burkina Faso migrated to the rich agricultural areas located in the west of the country. Many were able to secure access to their own lands and began to develop their own coffee and cocoa plantations.

Tensions around land have always remained high but they were seriously exacerbated by the doctrine of "Ivoirité", developed in the mid-1990s by a number of intellectuals close to the then President of the country, Henri Konan Bédié. This theory pitted "genuine" Ivorians (termed “autochtone” or indigenous) against “nonindigenous” or “allogène” populations, commonly known as Dioulas. Depending on the circumstances, the term Dioula is used to describe anyone with a Muslim name, or anyone coming from the north of Côte d'Ivoire or other countries in the sub-region (such as Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea and Senegal).

So because the Ivorians refused to smilingly hand over their traditional living space to disloyal aliens, they caused the bad things to happen. Because they felt misgivings about the way their country was being transformed, and because politicans articulated those concerns, they brought ruin upon themselves.

So if only you refuse to discuss the fact that your country is being demographically conquered by aliens, or refuse even to notice it, everything will be fine. If you insist on talking about the bad things that might result from this change, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy and you bear moral responsibility for your own annihilation and displacement.

Multiculturalism is an ideology that cannot be refuted, thus proving it is essentially religious and non-scientific in character. When reality fails to fit the doctrine, it can only be because of sin. When bad things occur, they must therefore be a punishment for sin. Thus the ruined are responsible for their own ruin.

Source: Figaro
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
No-go areas by user7629274

This one almost defies belief. It's an excerpt from an interview on the Today programme with Lars Gule, described as a Norwegian philosopher. In fact Lars Gule is a convicted terrorist. Here's his Wikipedia entry:
In 1977 Lars Gule was arrested in Beirut, Lebanon for carrying explosives, intended for an armed attack in Israel.[1] The explosives were meant for use in an action on behalf of Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) in an operation timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.[2] He was convicted to half a year in prison in Lebanon for illegal possession of a weapon (i.e. explosives), but was not convicted on terrorism charges.

More detail from this page:
In 1977 Lars Gule embarked on a mission to bomb a hotel where certain Israeli citizens were scheduled to meet. His mission was foiled by Lebanese Customs officials who caught Gule attempting to board a flight with 800 grams of explosives in his possession. Gule was convicted, sentenced to prison, and labeled “Norway’s first international terrorist. ”

When caught by Customs officials in Lebanon, Gule at first lied and claimed that he was not aware that he was carrying the explosives found hidden inside some books in his luggage. He claimed that he was given the books by some people he had met in Beirut. Only after his arrest did Gule confess to the truth.

Gule admitted to having spent 15 to 20 hours being trained by a terrorist organization on weaponry and sabotage tactics in preparation for this mission. The organization purportedly asked Gule to carry out the task as a “propaganda-action” to mark the 10-year anniversary of the 1967 war. They informed him that the target of the action was a hotel used as a conference center and meeting place by certain Israelis.

When interviewed afterwards, Gule said he was chosen for the operation because it was easier for an apparent European tourist to smuggle explosives across the border and confessed to being fully aware of the purpose of his mission. Gule added that it was up to him to see how well he could place the bomb, however the most important objective was to create an explosion. Gule stated that he did not regret participating in the planned terrorist act. He said that, while he once believed that it was possible to create a societal revolt without violence, he now believed that the use of weapons is needed in order to cure injustices because no one gives up his rights without a fight.

Although the crime Gule committed also violated Norwegian law, Norway chose not to prosecute Gule upon his return because he had already served out a sentence in Lebanon. Gule did not appear repentant or grateful. At the time he commented that he had very little respect for the Norwegian legal system and didn’t care what action they took so long as it didn’t result in his having to spend time in prison.

Lars Gule currently writes about terrorism. In an article headlined “What creates terrorists? Can terrorism be fought? ” Gule asserts that it is the motivation behind an act that decides if it should be labelled as terrorism.

This is not a surprising position for a convicted terrorist to take. Gule appears to have developed reasoning elastic enough to make his past crime more palatable to his followers.

Most amazing of all, though, the BBC interviewer disputes the existence of Muslim no-go areas and Lars Gule happily concurs that this is some kind of paranoid ultra-right conspiracy theory.
"This is standard beliefs (sic) among the xenophobes and islamophobes on the internet...This shows some of the warped sense of reality that is operating in this environment." Lars Gule

Here's a Daily Telegraph story in which Bishop Nazar-Ali warns of Muslim no-go areas in Britain.
Islamic extremists have created "no-go" areas across Britain where it is too dangerous for non-Muslims to enter, one of the Church of England's most senior bishops warns today.

The Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali, the Bishop of Rochester and the Church's only Asian bishop, says that people of a different race or faith face physical attack if they live or work in communities dominated by a strict Muslim ideology.

Others agreed with him.
...the Bishop's concerns are shared by other members of the General Synod.

The Rt Rev Nicholas Reade, the Bishop of Blackburn, which has a large Muslim community, said that it was increasingly difficult for Christians to share their faith in areas where there was a high proportion of immigrants of other faiths.

...Last night, Mr Davis said: "Bishop Nazir-Ali has drawn attention to a deeply serious problem. The Government's confused and counter-productive approach risks creating a number of closed societies instead of one open, cohesive one. It generates the risk of encouraging radicalisation and creating home-grown terrorism."

Are these people all paranoid, far-right xenophobes?

Daniel Pipes has more on Muslim no-go areas in France and around Europe here.
An Italian MEP has described the ideas of Norway's self-confessed mass killer, Anders Behring Breivik, as "good" and in some cases "excellent".

Mario Borghezio, who belongs to the Northern League party, condemned Mr Breivik's violence, but backed his stance against Islam.

The Northern League is a partner in PM Silvio Berlusconi's government.

Mr Borghezio's comments in a radio interview sparked outrage, with opposition calls for the MEP to resign.

Mr Breivik's justification for killing 76 people was that he wanted to inflict maximum damage on Norway's governing Labour Party because of its failure to clamp down on immigration.

"Some of the ideas he expressed are good, barring the violence. Some of them are great," Mario Borghezio told Il Sole-24 Ore radio station.

He agreed with Mr Breivik's "opposition to Islam and his explicit accusation that Europe has surrendered before putting up a fight against its Islamicisation".

The Northern League is an avowedly anti-immigration, regionalist Italian political party, key to the governing coalition, and known for its anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic rhetoric.

Mr Borghezio is not the only right-wing politician to express sympathy with the actions of Anders Behring Breivik.

A member of France's far-right National Front party has been suspended after writing a defence of the Norwegian attacker on his blog.

Jacques Coutela described Mr Breivik as "the main defender of the West", comparing him to Charles Martel, a seventh century leader who halted Islamic expansion in western Europe.

"The reason for the Norway terror attacks: fighting the Muslim invasion, that's what people don't want you to know", read the post.

Mr Coutela stood as a National Front candidate in local elections in March.

"He was suspended today pending a party disciplinary committee," said Steeve Briois, the Front's general secretary.

Meanwhile, the leader of the English Defence League (EDL), Stephen Lennon, said the mass killing in Norway was a wake-up call.

"What happened in Oslo shows how desperate some people are becoming in Europe," said Mr Lennon.

"It's a ticking time bomb. If they don't give that frustration and anger a platform as such and a voice - and a way of getting emotion out in a democratic way - it will create monsters like this lunatic."

The EDL is also known for its strong stance against immigration.

Mr Breivik has posted admiring comments online about the EDL.

The League leadership is checking his claims to have contacts among its members.
Source: BBC

The EDL is known "for its strong stance against immigration"?

UPDATE: Francesco Speroni, another Northern League MP and former government minister, has spoken up in defence of Breivik's ideas.
"I'm with Borghezio. I don't think he should resign", Speroni said. "If [Breivik's] ideas are that we are going towards Eurabia and those sorts of things, that western Christian civilisation needs to be defended, yes, I'm in agreement," he told Radio 24.

This graphic came originally from Le Salon Beige. I've updated it with the Europol statistics from 2010. As you can see, far-left terrorism has been continuously rising over a period of years, while far-right terrorism has been negligible to non-existent. In some years, including last year, for example, there have literally been no far-right terrorist attacks at all.

This is one of the most placid and pleasant capitals of Europe, but Oslo is a divided city. The west of the city is rich, safe and predominantly white; the east, poorer, less safe and populated by immigrants, many of them Muslim.

...But the Muslim population is growing, and Islam is now the country’s second-largest religion. The impact of an increasing, and increasingly visible, Muslim population in a relatively monoethnic, liberal and egalitarian Norway has led to a surge in popularity for the anti-immigration Progress Party, now the second-largest party in Parliament. And it appears to have been one of the triggers to the massacre carried out here on Norway’s white elite. The suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, claims he was compelled to act by the failure of mainstream politicians — including those in the Progress Party — to stem the Islamic tide.

...Norway’s immigrant numbers nearly tripled between 1995 and 2010, and Muslims here, as elsewhere in Europe, tend to have larger families than the indigenous population.

And whether through simple economics, or the desire to live with other Muslims, or because of flawed social welfare policies, some cities have heavily migrant, informal ghettos that block easy assimilation into Norwegian language, culture and society.

In Furuset, a district nearly at the eastern end of Oslo’s subway lines, immigrants outnumber native Norwegians, who are fleeing the area. A large new mosque is next to a community center up a small hill above the subway station, which is surrounded by a little park and benches.

...“When I moved here in 1976, it was a new area and there were only Norwegian people,” said Lisbeth Norloff, a teacher of Norwegian. “And now, there are very few, and some of them are leaving.” She’s glad her own children are grown now and live elsewhere, she said, “so I don’t have to worry about what to do myself.”

Kosovo’s Prime Minister has defended an order for his special police to take control of two contested border crossings with Serbia, saying it was “the right decision” despite condemnation from the European Union.

Hashim Thaci said the operation in which a member of the police unit died and four others were slightly injured was a “concrete step in establishing the rule of law” in the volatile north.

“We cannot remain indifferent and allow that a part of our territory remains a black hole, not only for Kosovo, but for Europe as well,” Thaci told reporters. He did not respond to questions.

Lightly armed special police units crossed into the Serb-run north late Monday and early Tuesday in an operation aimed at placing troops loyal to the capital Pristina in a region that takes orders from Serbia as part of Belgrade’s ongoing campaign to undermine Kosovo’s 2008 secession.

...Kosovo says it now controls two borders crossings with Serbia that were previously loosely managed by both EU police and Serb members of the Kosovo police.
Source: Washington Post
A couple have lodged a legal challenge to a new immigration rule that the husband cannot join his spouse of 37 years in England unless he can speak English.

In a test judicial review in the High Court the couple say that the rule contravenes their right to a family life and their right to marry and constitutes discrimination.
Rashida Chapti, 54, a British citizen, and her husband Vali Chapti, 57, who have six children, are applying for him to join her in Britain.

Mr Chapti is an Indian citizen and does not speak, read or write English. Mrs Chapti is reported to have been travelling between India and Leicester for about 15 years and has now applied for her husband to be able to live in England with her.

But under new immigration rules announced by Theresa May, the Home Secretary, in June last year, he cannot do so because of a new English language requirement for migrants applying to come or stay in England as a spouse.

The rule, which took effect last November, is part of the Government’s strategy to cut immigration abuse and foster integration. But the Chaptis, along with two other couples, have launched proceedings to contest it.
Tuesday, 26 July 2011
New research released today from the University of Warwick’s Religions and Education Research Unit demonstrates that churchgoing young Christians give much more support to their Muslim peers, in comparison with young people who have no religious faith.

The survey was led by University of Warwick researcher Professor Leslie J Francis, Jennifer Croft, Alice Pyke and Mandy Robbins and involves 10,000 13 to 15-year-old pupils, 2,000 each from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and London. The results, looking at responses from the first 3000 of those young people, were
presented, today at a conference at the University of Warwick.

The three key questions demonstrating that churchgoing young Christians give much more support to their Muslim peers in comparison with young people who have no religious faith gave the following results

Muslims should be allowed to wear the headscarf in schools:

• no religion 60 %
• nominal Christian 59 %
• practising Christian 79 %

Muslims should be allowed to wear the Burka in schools:

• no religion 51 %
• nominal Christian 52 %
• practising Christian 63 %

I am in favour of Muslim schools:

• no religion 18 %
• nominal Christian 23 %
• practising Christian 29 %

Ramadan Message from Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron, MP

To all Muslim communities in the United Kingdom and around the world, I send you my warmest wishes at this time of Ramadan.

This is a time for Muslims all over the world to put aside thoughts of themselves, and think of others. The terrible scenes of famine and suffering in the Horn of Africa cry out to all of us. They remind us of our duties and responsibilities to those beyond our shores. The importance of charity at this time is clear and I am proud that many different communities in the United Kingdom continue to come together to support many thousands – indeed millions – in desperate need.

As the holy month of Ramadan begins I wish you all peace and happiness.

In Bologna a 16-year old Pakistani girl attempted to commit suicide by drinking hydrochloric acid to escape a marriage with a Pakistani that her parents had arranged for her. She was taken in critical condition to the hospital of Saint Ursula in Bologna. After three weeks in intensive care, she was transferred to the paediatric unit.

Also in Bologna, another Pakistani girl was recently found to have been locked up by her family for several weeks because she wanted to live in a western style. The prosecutor's office in Bologna has opened an inquiry with a view to bringing charges of incitement to suicide against a person involved.

The vice-president of the group Popolo della Libertà (party of Silvio Berlusconi) in the Chamber of Deputies, Isabella Bertolini, stressed that this was one in a series of "tragedies experienced by young Muslim women living in Italy, forced by their families to live in conditions of violence and segrégation. Islamic fundamentalism, which news reports confirm is widespread in the sizeable Pakistani community living in our country, gives rise to dramatic situations like these in Bologna. It is unacceptable that all of this happens in a free and democratic country like Italy, with the champions of integration showing absolute indifference to it."

Source: Novopress

For a sacred text believed by Muslims to have divine authorship the Qur’an can resort to surprisingly unholy language. Non-Muslims provoke the Qur’an to spectacular hissy fits which sometimes employ animal similes to drive home the message; unbelievers are described as apes (2:65), apes and swine (5:60), and being less enlightened than cattle (7:179 and 25:44).

1400 years later and the bestial insults are still doing the rounds. This charming rabble-rouser worked his way into Allah’s affections at a demonstration in Harrow against the English Defence League:

allahu akbar. There is no god but Allah, Mohammed is the Messenger of Allah. We are not scared of kuffar. My brothers, remain in your ranks and do not be scared of these filthy kuffar. They are pigs. They are worse than cattle. allahu akbar. There is no god but Allah, Mohammed is the Messenger of Allah.

And, proving that even a good education and a top job in journalism cannot quell the Islamic insult instinct, Mehdi Hasan of the New Statesmen chips in with:

We know that keeping the moral high-ground is key. Once we lose the moral high-ground we are no different from the rest, of the non-Muslims; from the rest of those human beings who live their lives as animals, bending any rule to fulfil any desire.

Renaud Camus wrote this about his trip to Norway in 2009:
The Great Replacement is well underway here too. At no point in the history of humanity have we experienced a phenomenon so bizarre: all these peoples who, rendered numb and passive by a necrotic ideology, are allowing themselves to be replaced by others in a continuous flood. One might say that they don't know what is happening to them, that they don't want to see, that they refuse to take note of the fact that, individual by individual, they are disappearing, replaced, replaced, replaced.

They live in the mad fiction that others are the same, that there is no difference, that all it takes to make a people, the same people as the themselves, is to be there. Here in Ibsen, this small provincial Norwegian town, you can't take a step without coming across women veiled from head to toe.

The Swiss People's Party has launched a referendum campaign to limit immigration into the country. It must collect 100,000 signatures within the next 18 months for the referendum to be held. If passed, the measure would impose quotas on the number of foreigners allowed to enter the country each year, including asylum-seekers. Swiss citizens would be given preference in job applications. Economic migrants would have to show that they had jobs waiting for them and had sufficient means to be able to support themselves.

Any treaties Switzerland has signed that would conflict with these goals, including the freedom of movement accord with the EU, would have to be renegotiated. According to the Swiss People's Party, the Swiss population has grown by 380,000 within the last five years because of immigration.

The ecological organisation Ecopop also has a referendum campaign underway that seeks to impose a limit of 0.2% population growth due to immigration each year and to force the Swiss government to devote 10% of its foreign aid to measures to limit population growth outside of Switzerland.
Is it possible to think that Islam is quintessentially evil and to advocate that point of view coolly, rationally, and objectively, without being "hateful" or "extreme"? Or does the mere fact that a person has reached that conclusion about Islam necessarily mark them out as "hateful" or "extreme"?

Now replace the word "Islam" with "Nazism" and answer the same questions. If there is a difference in your answers, why?
Monday, 25 July 2011

Thank God that’s over. I couldn’t have taken another minute of the finely honed deceptions and omissions that have characterized this series, and if I hear another ‘It has to be seen in the context of the time’ I shall scream.

The programme covered the fall of Mecca, shari’ah law, Mohammed’s polygamy (including his marriage to six-year-old Aisha), the veiling of women and the concept of jihad, and it contained many first-class examples of being economical with the truth. Merryl Wyn Davis, one of the Muslim apologists who dominated proceedings, came out with a classic when she talked of Islam building a society that included everybody. She omitted saying that such a society tolerates non-Muslims only on payment of the jizyah tax and provided that they willingly accept their subordinate status. Further, such toleration is extended only to Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, Samarians and Sabians; shari’ah law offers no protection to any other faith or to atheists.

The presenter, Rageh Omaar (above), concluded the programme by quoting from Mohammed’s last sermon:

And finally, in his farewell sermon, Mohammed left us with the most important lesson of all—that we are all equal, Arab and non-Arab, Muslim and non-Muslim.

Fine words, but the Qur’an has a different message. It elevates Muslims:

[3:110] You are the noblest nation that has ever been raised up for mankind

It declares non-Muslims to be unclean or najis:

[9:28] Believers, know that the idolaters are unclean

and it explains how the unclean non-Muslims must be treated:

[48:29] Mohammed is Allah’s apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless to the unbelievers but merciful to one another

Excuses for such blatant misrepresentation? Well, in What the Koran Really Says, ibn Warraq writes:

The style of the Koran is difficult, totally unlike the prose of today, and the Koran would be largely incomprehensible without glossaries, indeed, entire commentaries. In conclusion, even the most educated of Arabs will need some sort of translation if he or she wishes to make sense of that most gnomic, elusive and allusive of holy scriptures, the Koran.

Do Muslims (most of whom neither speak nor read Arabic) really know what the Qur’an says, or do they rely on what their preachers tell them it says? Whatever the reason, the series did a superb job of whitewashing Islam and presenting Mohammed as a man of ‘warmth, humanity and kindness’. However, no amount of whitewash can disguise the legacy that Mohammed has left the world—the oppression of women, divine authorization of violence, contempt for non-Muslims and some of the world’s most backward societies.

Breivik must willingly have allowed himself to be brainwashed by Islamophobic and extreme rightwing websites. However, had he instead been forced to receive his information through a broadsheet newspaper, where not all the stories dealt with Europe's loss of confidence and the rise of militant Islam, it is conceivable that his world would have looked slightly different.
Source: Guardian

Forced to receive his information from a broadsheet newspaper called the Guardian, no doubt.
Anders Breivik is to spend the next month in solitary confinement after telling a court that his massacre of 93 people was necessary “to save Norway and Western Europe” from “cultural Marxism and Muslim takeover”.

...Breivik was remanded in custody for eight weeks, including the four weeks in solitary, during which he will receive neither visits nor letters as police seek to prevent him tampering with evidence, contacting friends or disrupting the investigation.

He had repeated to the court his confession to planting Friday’s car bomb, which killed six civil servants in Oslo, and to shooting 84 young activists from the ruling Labour Party at a camp on the island of Utøya. But Judge Kim Heger said he had not pleaded guilty.

Judge Heger had earlier decided that today’s remand hearing would be in camera to deny Breivik his wish that he be allowed to explain his motives to the public.

The defendant was driven away from court after a 35-minute hearing, having also been denied his request to appear in uniform, while the judge read his full statement to hundreds of journalists who had been turned away from the court chamber.

Breivik faces charges of destabilising social structures such as the Government and creating serious fear among the population, Judge Heger said, before summarising Breivik’s account of his actions.

“The accused wished to induce the greatest possible loss to the Labour Party, to limit its future recruitment. The accused explained that the Labour Party had failed the country and the people, and the price of their treason was what they had to pay.

“The intention was not to kill as many people as possible but to send a strong signal that could not be misunderstood. As long as the Labour Party keeps driving this ideological line and mass importing Muslims, then they must assume responsibility for this treason. Any country with a conscience cannot allow itself to be colonised by Muslims.”
Source: The Times (£)
The Dutch Socialist Party (SP) appears to be continuing its climb in popularity and has almost reached the record level of support it had in 2006, when it won 25 seats in parliament.

An opinion poll from leadng pollster Maurice de Hond says the party would win 23 seats if an election were held now. The score is one better than the SP’s showing in last week’s poll. At present the party has just 15 MPs in the Lower House.

Prime Minister Mark Rutte's conservative VVD still comes out on top in the poll, with a projected 32 seats, one less than last week, but one more than its actual number of current MPs.

The populist Freedom Party (PVV) led by Geert Wilders, which supports the minority government from the parliamentary benches, would win 28 MPs now, according to the poll. There are at present 24 PVV MPs in parliament.

The Labour Party (PvdA) seems to be continuing its downward slide in popularity. The poll indicates that it would only win 17 seats in an election, 13 fewer than it has now.

The Maurice de Hond polls question at least 2,500 individuals taken from a pool of over 40,000 people. The surveys are carried out via the internet.
Source: Radio Netherlands

The graphic is nicked from It shows far-left terrorist attacks compared to far-right terrorist attacks in the EU in recent years. The figures are from Europol. "Extrême-gauche" (EXG) means Far-left. "Extrême-droite" (EXD) means Far-right.

From Europol's EU Terrorism Situation and Trend report, published in April this year:
Member States were not confronted with major acts of right-wing terrorism in 2010. There were almost no arrests related to right-wing terrorism over the whole year.

Here Europol admits that the only problems caused by "right-wing extremism" are the offence it causes to leftist ideologues and their clients and the violent attacks the leftists carry out against those who dare to dissent from their "consensus".
Some incidents that occurred in 2010 could be classified as right-wing extremism. These raised public order concerns, but have not in any way endangered the political, constitutional, economic or social structures of any of the Member States. They can, however, present considerable challenges to policing and seriously threaten community cohesion.

...Public manifestations of right-wing extremism can often provoke counter activity by extreme left-wing groups. Such confrontations invariably result in physical violence. In May 2010, a White Power supporter was assaulted and knifed in Sweden during a demonstration staged by the White Power movement. An activist was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault and attempted murder.
An article in the Figaro today has a quote from a resident of the town next to the island.
At Hole, the small town close to the island of Utoya, where 86 teenagers were killed, some claim they saw the drama coming. "Even here, a conservative, middle-class area with beautiful houses, we've had to accept Chechens and Somalis," explains a man in his 40s. "Among the young Labour party members who were coming to camp on the island, each summer more and more of them are immigrants. It's a huge change, especially for the older people among us. We don't recognise our own country any more."
Source: Figaro
Mucho strange.
There might come a time when we, the PCCTS, Knights Templar will consider to use or even to work as a proxy for the enemies of our enemies. This might be an option if we feel that conventional approaches are fruitless or if the intelligence agencies/system
protectors working for the Western European regimes successfully manage to neutralise our long term efforts to liberate our countries.

Under these circumstances, the PCCTS, Knights Templar will for the future consider working with the enemies of the EU/US hegemony such as Iran (South Korea is unlikely), al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab or the rest of the devout fractions of the Islamic Ummah with the intention for deployment of small nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical weapons in Western European capitals and other high priority locations. Justiciar Knights and other European Christian martyrs can avoid the scrutiny normally reserved for individuals of Arab descent and we can ensure successful deployment and detonation in the location of our choice.

...The obvious challenge is the fact that the Islamic Ummah, aka “International Islamic Front for Jihad against Jews and Crusaders” and PCCTS, Knights Templar (representing the International Crusader front against Jihadi imperialism) have conflicting goals. Not only are we arch enemies in a war which stretches back 1400 years to the day when the warlord, Muhammad’s, forces first started to massacre Jews and Christians in the western Jihadi front. They wish to conquer all Christian European lands and forcefully convert us while we wish to deport all Muslims from Christian territory and isolate them. Regardless of these obvious conflicts, they should understand that we are not imperialists in contrary to the US/EU globalists who seek to maintain the Islamic puppet regimes and force the European way on them. The Islamic Ummah should view our enemies; the US/EU globalists, as a greater threat than we would ever aspire to be. The reason is that we do not wish to destroy Islam but simply to isolate it primarily outside Europe.

The speech was given only a couple of months ago.

Sunday, 24 July 2011
In his 1500-page manifesto, Anders Behring Breivik claims there are 62,216 of what he calls Category A and B traitors in Britain, including many prominent politicians and public figures.
Heads of state, political leaders and newspaper editors are among the "Category A traitors" whose punishment for allowing the spread of Islam in Europe merits "the death penalty", says Breivik.

Gordon Brown's picture appears alongside that of Hitler in a gallery of "war criminals" who have failed to halt the spread of Islam, and Breivik says Gordon Brown was "colluding with" Islamic terror groups by making "London the global centre of Islamic banking". He adds: "Brown is giving Muslims more influence over our lives yet knows that terrorists are organising to go to war with us."

Jack Straw and Tony Blair are named because they "'dishonestly' concealed a plan to allow in more immigrants and make Britain more multicultural".

Mr Blair is "a worse appeaser than Chamberlain ever was".

The Prince of Wales, meanwhile, is criticised for his patronage of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, built with money from the Saudi royal family, which shows that "our traditional elites are colluding with them against us".

He also singles out Andrew Neather, a speech writer for Tony Blair, Jon Cruddas, the Labour MP who was asked by Gordon Brown to look into the rise of the far right, and Chris Patten, who argued for stronger ties to the Arab world.

Foreign leaders named as targets include Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy and José Manuel Barroso.

Breivik lists 100 political parties in Europe that "directly or indirectly support the Islamisation of Europe", including the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems. He even lists the numbers of "Category A and B traitors" who should be killed in each country, saying there are 62,216 in the UK.
Source: Telegraph

From his book, the numbers of what he calls Category A and B traitors in Europe as a whole are listed as follows:
France 65 650
Germany 82 820
United Kingdom 62 216
Netherlands 16 665
Belgium 10 807
Sweden 9393
Austria 7839
Norway 4848
Switzerland 498
Luxembourg 7777
Spain 47 167
Italy 60 600
Portugal 10 807
Denmark 5555
Ireland 6060
Greece 11 312
Finland 5353
Iceland 322
Cyprus 800
Malta 417

These numbers seem curiously precise. As far as I can tell, he is just basing it on population size, using the rule of thumb that there are 1010 "traitors" per million people. He estimates that there are around 400,000 Category A and B traitors in Europe as a whole. Historically, he considers Hitler a traitor for having failed to liberate Jerusalem from Muslim occupation.

This took place yesterday. What is it with these Muslims?

The US Helsinki Commission gathered on July 22 to discuss the increase in violence against Coptic Orthodox Christians in Egypt, specifically young women.

Reports of kidnapping and forced marriage and conversion began cropping up in 2007, but remained ‘unsubstantiated’, said Michele Clark, an adjunct professor of international affairs at George Washington University. ‘I am here to confirm these allegations,’ Clark said. ‘These are not isolated incidences.’

Clark and other witnesses testified July 22 before the independent US Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. The commission is also known as the Helsinki Commission because it is tasked with monitoring compliance with the Helsinki Accords, a 1976 agreement between 56 countries that involves cooperation on issues related to human rights, democracy, economics and security.

Jean Maher, president of the France-based Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization, said that nearly 800 Coptic Christian women have been kidnapped, raped and forced to convert to Islam since 2009. That number has only increased since the revolution in February, Maher said.—Catholic News Agency

This is clearly the milieu in which Breivik's anger emerged. Most of his website comments are from 2009. There is also a documentary called "Norwegian Jihad" which you can view here. Embedding has been disabled for it.

In this comment, google-translated from Norwegian, which appeared on the website, Breivik claims that he debated on English-language sites for years before finding It would be interesting to know what IDs he posted under, what websites he debated on, and what his contributions were.
Very good analysis. You're absolutely right. I have not been present in the Norwegian debate until now when I have debated in English for several years / total material Compendium, which I once finished:)

I feel it is important to create a pan-European platform for rhetoric / objectives / policy analysis / research of historical factors relevant to so and transfer this knowledge to every nation. It pan-Europeiske/US environment Robert Spencer, Fjordman, Atlas, Analekta + 50 other EU / U.S. bloggers (and Facebook groups) is the epicenteret for policy analysis and has been for some years.

Much of this knowledge has already been communicated through "document" (are incredibly impressed with the level of knowledge here:)) indicating that it is going to shape a new pan-European "cultural conservative" intellectual movement that is agreed on the basic truths.

This film is called a trailer. It's not clear what it is a trailer for. A longer film? The violent attack he carried out? Or the book? There is a book with the same title, supposedly written by "Andrew Berwick, London, 2011". It is 1500 pages long! Generally, it's full of stuff about a future European civil war, described as a Conservative revolution, in which "Cultural Marxists" will be unseated from power and the Muslims expelled from Europe. It's accompanied by a lot of crusading imagery and references to Knights Templar and Justiciar Knights.

The book is called "2083 - A European Declaration of Independence". In its preface, the author says this:
After years of work the first edition of the compendium “2083 – A European Declaration of Independence” is completed. If you have received this book, you are either one of my former 7000 patriotic Facebook friends or you are the friend of one of my FB friends. If you are concerned about the future of Western Europe you will definitely find the information both interesting and highly relevant.

I have spent several years writing, researching and compiling the information and I have spent most of my hard earned funds in this process (in excess of 300 000 Euros). I do not want any compensation for it as it is a gift to you, as a fellow patriot. Much of the information presented in this compendium (3 books) has been deliberately kept away from the European peoples by our governments and the politically correct mainstream media (MSM). More than 90% of the EU and national parliamentarians and more than 95% of journalists are supporters of European multiculturalism and therefore supporters of the ongoing Islamic colonisation of Europe; yet, they DO NOT have the permission of the European peoples to implement these doctrines.

The compendium, - “2083 – A European Declaration of Independence” - documents through more than 1000 pages that the fear of Islamisation is all but irrational.

Anders Behring Breivik only appears in the video in a few still images at the end. Parts of the video contain a lot of text. In general, the writing is too small to easily read and the text is not on-screen for long enough. What can be made out, however, is certainly consistent with his online comments on In particular, there are constant references to "Cultural Marxism".

However, many of the images in the film look familiar to me from various websites. It is not inconceivable that the video is a fraud that was cobbled together after the attack and the still images just copied from the photographs appearing in the press yesterday. The book, however, is very in-depth and would surely have taken a lot of work.
Italy is expected soon to join the ranks of countries that have banned the burka. A law to ban the wearing of the burka in public spaces has been approved by the Italian parliament's committee of legal affairs and will come before parliament for approval on July 25.

Wearing the burka in a public space will be punished by a fine of 300-500 euros. Forcing a woman to wear a burka on the other hand will be punishable by a prison sentence of 4-12 months, a fine of up to 30,000 euros and the removal of Italian nationality.
Source: Bladi
Saturday, 23 July 2011
A Belgian law banning the wearing of burka-style Islamic dress in public has come into effect.

Belgian MPs approved the ban on grounds of security, but a lawyer hopes to get the law suspended next week pending a hearing.

Ines Wouters, a lawyer representing two women who sometimes wear the burka, said she had taken the case to the country's constitutional court and would request a suspension.

Ms Wouters said the law conflicted with freedom of religion, the right to privacy, freedom of expression and equality between men and women.

She said police officers can ask people for their identification but "security in Europe does not mean you can be identified and controlled by anybody at any time".

Note they admit there were no right-wing attacks last year, but dozens of left-wing and anarchist attacks. Still, one right-wing attack prompts the deployment of a special task force.
LONDON (AP) — In the wake of Norway's terrorist attack, the European police agency is setting up a task force of more than 50 experts to help investigate non-Islamist threats in Scandinavian countries, its spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday.

Soeren Pedersen said the group, based in The Hague, hopes to help Norway in the coming weeks and to aid other countries such as Denmark, Finland and Sweden in assessing non-Islamist threats. Norway has not yet requested forensic experts but Europol stands ready to assist, Pedersen said.

"There is no doubt that the threat from Islamist terrorism is still valid," he said, adding that the task force could be expanded in the future to include even more European nations. "But there have actually been warnings that (right-wing groups) are getting more professional, more aggressive in the way they attract others to their cause."

Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, European countries have viewed Islamic terrorism as the primary threat. But the fact that the suspect in Friday's attacks turned out to be a Norwegian with right-wing views is raising questions about whether homegrown, non-Islamic terror threats have been misjudged.
It is clear that Anders Behring Breivik is one of us. Unlike the Muslims, I'm not going to play some absurd, dishonest game in the "he's not a true Muslim" mould. His opinions are virtually identical to my own and those of most people in the Counterjihad movement. He accesses the same websites and information sources that most of us do, and he has exactly the same concerns about the Islamification of Europe.

There is no doubt the deranged Left is going to have a field day with this. For years, they have been trying to talk up the threat of right-wing terrorism and to put it on a par with jihad terrorism. The principal problem for them was that there was almost no far-right terrorism worth speaking of, as Breivik pointed out himself in one of his comments. Now he has delivered it.

We can expect more stern warnings about the dangers of Islamophobia, more strident calls for the suppression of free speech, and more legal restrictions on internet freedom.

But here's why the Left - if they were honest, and of course they're not, but I'll say it anyway - shouldn't be gloating too much.

Reading through Anders Behring Breivik's comments on the website, it's clear that he was on the verge of giving up on democracy. (Most of the comments were posted in late 2009, some in 2010; the latest was in October 2010.) That's what drove him to despair and to an act of apocalyptic violence. He felt there was a conspiracy among the media and political elite to suppress any derogatory information about Muslims or mass immigration. And, of course, he was right. He dwelt on instances of Muslim rioting that were being ignored by the mass media. And he was right about that too. The media does tend to ignore Muslim wrong-doing for as long as humanly possible, then when it becomes too extreme to be ignored, describes the perpetrators as "Asians", "Islamists", "les jeunes", etc. Breivik made the point that democracy only works in an information environment that is honest.

He was particularly struck by the Andrew Neather revelations about the Labour government's conspiracy to flood Britain with immigrants in order to "rub the right's nose in diversity." The left rubbed Breivik's nose in diversity and he rubbed theirs back in blood. Well done Neather. Well done Blair. Well done Rusbridger.

It is the left-wing that is responsible for this outrage, not the right-wing. This act of violence is the consequence of a deranged political elite attempting to demographic re-engineer an entire continent against the wishes of its people; exploiting imperfections in the democratic system so that the people are never allowed a real choice; passing laws to criminalise free speech so that honest discussion is scarcely possible any more; and a media conspiracy (embodied in laws or informal agreements like the NUJ Guidelines on Race Reporting) to systematically suppress information about the negative consequences mass third-world immigration, and particularly the Muslim component of it, is having on Europe.

So as the BBC, the Guardian and the EU Commission prepare their denunciations of this attack with a glee disguised as righteous indignation, they should reflect on the part they played in bringing it about.
My translation of an article on Bladi:
According to a study carried out by the Belgian sociologist Jan Hertogen, one quarter of the Belgian population is of foreign origin and more than half of them have been naturalised.

In Belgium, close to a million people are of foreign origin. To that is added a million naturalised persons and 750,000 Belgians born of foreign parents. In total there are therefore 2,750,000 people living in Belgium who are of foreign origin, which is a quarter of the total population estimated to be 11 million.

Also according to this study, 1,017,245 foreigners have become Belgian since 1948, of whom 30% are Moroccans, 17% Turks and 9% Italians. Then come Yugoslavs, French, Algerians and 118 other nationalities.

In Belgium, a country that grants nationality to any person having lived legally in the country for seven years, 25,000 people are awaiting naturalisation.
I'm sure the Guardian will love this. This is a comment Anders Behring Breivik posted on on 6 December 2009. In it he calls for the formation of a Norwegian EDL. More of his comments can be read in this post.

UPDATE: As predicted, the Guardian is revelling in it.
I strongly doubt that your theory is correct. The whole conflict between GDP and EDL started with a change of leadership in the EDL for a few months ago. They threw out the racist and denounced the BNP. They chose instead SIOE's ideological basis that is more or less mainstream view on the right side in Western Europe now (Vienna School of Thought).

Nick was very offended and began to demonize the EDL. Although they are now attacking each other as they compete not at all as these are two quite different fronts. 90% of all votes in the EDL continued GDP (Since this is the only alternative to multikulti in the UK) and 90% of GDP supports EDL regardless of what Nick had to think.

Second, Labour governs intelligence service. They had never in his life supported the EDL as these create a lot of positive attention for the cultural conservative movement in the UK.

I have on some occasions discussed with SIOE and EDL and recommended them to use conscious strategies.

The tactics of the EDL is now out to "entice" an overreaction from Jihad Youth / Extreme-Marxists something they have succeeded several times already. Over The reaction has been repeatedly shown on the news which has booster EDLs ranks high. This has also benefited GDP. WinWin for both.

But I must say I am very impressed with how quickly they have grown but this has to do with smart tactical choice by management.

EDL is an example and a Norwegian version is the only way to prevent Flash / SOS to harass Norwegian cultural conservatives from other fronts. Creating a Norwegian EDL should be No. 3 on the agenda after we have started up a cultural conservative newspaper with national distribution.

The agenda of the Norwegian cultural conservative movement over the next 5 years are therefore:

1. Newspaper with national distribution
2. Working for the control of several NGOs
3. Norwegian EDL
These are Google translations of comments Anders Behring Breivik made on the website

There is very little that he said that I would disagree with. It is clear that he is a Counterjihadist and visits the same sites that most of us do, Gates of Vienna, Jihadwatch, Atlas Shrugs, etc. He is intelligent, thoughtful and well-read. He cites Fjordman's "Defeating Eurabia" many times. (Apparently some people have even hilariously claimed that Fjordman was himself the perpetrator. This is lunacy.)

Breivik also follows political developments in Britain and reads the Telegraph and Daily Mail. The revelation of the Labour government's conspiracy to flood the country with immigrants to "rub the right's nose in diversity" was of great interest to him. I'm sure the bien-pensants in the British left will now want to reflect soberly on the folly of pushing people too far.

What emerges very clearly from the comments is that he harbours resentment against the mainstream media for pushing a culturally Marxist agenda and covering up Muslim wrong-doing and the negative effects of mass immigration and multiculturalism in Europe generally. This applies especially in Norway, where he felt that the politically correct agenda was completely unchallenged by the mainstream press. This may explain the attack on the VG newspaper's offices. In some of the comments, he discussed setting up a Norwegian media organisation with a culturally conservative focus.

No doubt the media will try and depict him as a simple Nazi, but anyone reading his comments can see that he is far from that.

Indeed the Guardian has started the stereotyping already:

"The Swedish anti-racism magazine EXPO reports that Anders Behring Breivik has been a member of Nazi forum Nordisk since 2009."

"A fan of violent video games as well who some former neighbours have told Norwegian media had sometimes been seen in military-style" clothing."

They're calling World of Warcraft a "violent video game"! By that reckoning, even Super Mario World is a violent video game because you jump on monsters' heads.

"But the man who listed Kafka and George Orwell's 1984 as his favourite books on Facebook, made little secret to the friends he had, or others on the Christian fundamentalist and far right websites that he frequented, of his racist views."

He describes himself as a cultural conservative adhering to what he calls the Vienna School of Thought. He summarises this as follows:

Cultural Conservatism (anti-multiculturalism)
- Against Islamization
- Anti-racist
- Anti-authoritarian (resistance to all authoritarian ideologies of hate)
- Pro-Israel/forsvarer of non-Muslim minorities in Muslim countries
- Defender of the cultural aspects of Christianity
- To reveal the Eurabia project and the Frankfurt School (ny-marxisme/kulturmarxisme/multikulturalisme)
- Is not an economic policy and can collect everything from socialists to capitalists

In one post he mocks a journalist for speculating that a terror attack may have been carried out by right-wingers rather than Muslims:
"I do not understand why cnn mention the extreme right and the National Socialists? I have never ever heard of a right extreme or NS terrorist attacks of importance on European soil. This sounds like kulturmarxistisk wishful thinking."

Here are his quotes:
The problem is that it often does not help about 80% of Muslims are "moderates", ie they ignore the Quran. "It takes very few people to overthrow a plane."

What percentage is the Taliban of Pakistan's population? 1%, 3%, 5%? And how much chaos is there today?

In every society where Islam exists there will be a certain percentage of the Muslims who actually follow the traditional interpretations of the Koran.

And then we have the relationship between conservative Muslims and so-called "moderate Muslims".

There is moderate Nazis, too, that does not support fumigation of rooms and Jews. But they're still Nazis and will only sit and watch as the conservatives Nazis strike (if it ever happens). If we accept the moderate Nazis as long as they distance themselves from the fumigation of rooms and Jews?

Now it unfortunately already cut himself with Marxists who have already infiltrated-culture, media and educational organizations. These individuals will be tolerated and will even work as professors and lecturers at colleges / universities and are thus able to spread their propaganda.

For me it is very hypocritical to treat Muslims, Nazis and Marxists differ. They are all supporters of hate-ideologies. Not all Muslims, Nazis and Marxists are conservative, most are moderate. But does it matter? A moderate Nazi might, after having experienced fraud, choose to be conservative. A moderate Muslim can, after being refused to enter a club, be conservative, etc.

It is obvious that the moderate supporters of hate-ideologies, at a later date may choose conservatism.

Islam (ism) has historically led to 300 million deaths
Communism has historically led to 100 million deaths
Nazism has historically led to 6-20 million deaths

ALL hate ideologies should be treated equally.

According to two studies supports 13% of young British Muslims between 15 and 25 Al Qaeda ideology. UK representative for Norway, so I would guess that at least 15-20% of Norwegian Muslims support murder of gays. There is certainly no fewer that supports the killing of gays than to support Al Qaeda.

I completely agree that Obama is a brilliant retoriker and communicator, one of the best we've seen over the past 30 years.

But firstly, we can not and should not compare the cultural struggle in the U.S. with that in Europe. Rhetoric must and should be different. The average "right click" - Republican in the U.S. is a "libertarian" (anti-socialist but pro multikulti) while the average conservative in Europe is much more anti-multikulti but arguments based on cultural resistance against Islamization.

The so-called anti-multiculti in the U.S. based their rhetoric on ethnocentrism alone which thus differs greatly from Europeans. This is the main reason that we must separate the American and European cultural struggle. I usually stay away from American issues as a result.

Regardless of whether we are in the U.S. or Europe, it is essential you have to ask about the following:

When was that multiculturalism ceased to be an ideology designed to deconstruct a European culture, traditions, identity and nation-states? If you support a leader who propagate multikulti (ideology as of this writing systematically deconstructs Western civilization), one can not then just as well stick to the class struggle or the MSM?

And if we then think that multiculturalism wonderful doctrines is the main cause of the ongoing Islamization of Europe and the U.S., one should not criticize multiculturalism while leading No. 1, the one Jesus Christ Obama for his fundamental principles?

Failure to criticize him, you have not then accepted the multiculturalism wonderful premise?

This is Anders Behring Breivik, who doesn't exactly look like the typical Muslim terrorist.

There are reports that he had posted strong political opinions online, indicating great hostility to multiculturalism and internationalism. A google-translated story on the Norwegian VG newspaper, whose offices were damaged in the attack, reads:
Critical to Islam in your debates marks Anders Behring Breivik as well read, and a with strong opinions about Norwegian politics. He promotes a very conservative opinions, which he also called nationalist. He expresses himself strongly opposed to multiculturalism - that cultural differences can live together in a community. Breivik has had many posts on the site, an Islam-critical site that publishes news and commentary. In one of the posts he states that the policy in day no longer revolves around socialism against capitalism, but that the fight is between nationalism and internationalism. He expressed clear support for the nationalist mindset. Anders Behring Breivik has also commented on the Swedish news articles, where he makes it clear that he believes the media have failed by not being "NOK" Islam-critical.

If this is genuine Counterjihad terrorism, the only surprise is that it's taken this long to appear. Not long ago I posted on YouTube a pro-immigration propaganda video from the Council of Europe about multiculturalism in Oslo. The video got thousands of views and many comments. I think a Norwegian Counterjihad site must have picked it up. The comments to the video are very revealing. Here is a representative selection.
When did Europe ASK for tens of millions of non-Europeans to move into Europe?
When did ANY European country EVER get to VOTE on it?
EVERY White country is forced to be "Multi-cultural". NO historically White country is allowed to remain White.
Africa for the Africans
Asia for the Asians
White Countries for EVERYONE
Non-white Immigration and "Assimilation" into EVERY White country and ONLY into White countries is geNOcide.
"Anti-racism" is a code word for anti-White.

I always believe in listening to those who experience things first hand. I live in the middle of the eastern part of Oslo. Daily I experience being te only white person on a subway, a bus, in an elevator etc. I am frequently scared in my own country. This weeken, muslim gangs burned 14 cars in my neighbourhood. I can't own a car even. I hate my own city, my own country and my own life. Non western imigrant are by far the biggest problem in my daily life.

This dream is really a NIGHTMARE. It's a genocide of ethnic Norwegians. There was an article in Aftenposten some time ago about a Norwegian man from Oslo who had to leave the district where he was born and spent all his life, because he became an unwelcome foreigner in his own city!
If anyone who disagrees with this madness is "racist", then I'm proud to be the one.

Yeah welcome to the new shitty multiculture Europe.
Isent it little funny that we Europeans never has been allowed to vote if we wanted our countrys to become a multiculture melting pot?
And if you dont like this forced mutliculture you are told that you are a nazi or a racist lol?
I wonder who are fascist then our shitty corrupted politicans call our countrys democratic what a big fucking joke....

According to UN statistics, whites are 8-9% of the world today.
All of our nations have negative population growth.
Our leaders are delibrately REPLACING our people with non-europeans.
We already are a minority in this world and we are FORCED to accept diversity.
It is GENOCIDE as described by international law.

These people feel that their own government is committing genocide against them. And I agree with them. How long do the deranged political elite think the people of Europe are going to submit to this treatment before they resist?

If this is the fabled "far-right terrorism", the Guardian will no doubt be beside itself with suppressed joy disguised as indignation. We can expect to see calls for "islamophobic" and "racist" websites to be banned. In fact, the EU had already introduced initiatives to this effect, but most governments haven't implemented them yet. Perhaps they were just waiting for a helpful incident to come along.

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