Anders Behring Breivik

Nazi Executioner Judge: “political Correctness Is Worse Than Nazi Tyranny.”

The terrorist mass murder in Christchurch, New Zealand two weeks ago has sent me back to my archives to retrieve my documentation of Anders Breivik’s extensive plagiarism of the writings of William S. Lind, et al. Did I say...
Related topics: Terrorism, New Zealand

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Scandinavia's Largest Online Bookstore Caught Peddling Breivik's Manifesto

The three-volume manifesto authored by mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has been on sale at Adlibris for almost NOK 1,000 ($119), in violation of the bookstore's own guidelines.

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New Zealand Suspect Allegedly Claimed ‘brief Contact’ With Norwegian Mass Murderer Anders...

The reference may be deliberately designed to mislead.
Related topics: New Zealand

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Connections In Hate Between Nz And Norway Shooters

The man arrested for the shooting in New Zealand is thought to have been inspired the the Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik. Melissa Block speaks with Åsne Seierstad, who wrote a book about him.

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Feds: White Nationalist Coast Guard Lieutenant Planned Terror Attack, Eyed Dem Pols And Msnbc Stars

Two details make this more frightening than the average “lone wolf interested in mayhem” indictment. One is the suspect’s list of “traitors” inspired by Anders Breivik and brimming with all sorts of familiar names...
Related topics: MSNBC

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Lyndon Larouche Is Dead (but Not Dead Enough)

In lieu of an obituary, I am reposting Politics of Pastiche: "voters... need someone to fire all the political-correct police" from August 2015. See also The Higgins Memo, Anders Breivik and the Lyndon LaRouche Cult and Deep...
Related topics: Police

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Film Review: The Past Is The Present In The Brutal, Thematically Rich 22 July

The Pitch: In 2011, the far-right, anti-Islam terrorist Anders Behring Breivik murdered 77 people in Norway in a pair of lone-wolf attacks. The first, a car bomb, exploded outside a tower block housing the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg....
Related topics: Religion, Terrorism

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First Trailer For Paul Greengrass’ ’22 July’ Captures An Unspeakable Tragedy

After one film this year about the 2011 Norway attacks, in which right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 in the worst attack in the country since the Second World War, I’m not sure we need another. However, Paul Greengrass has...
Related topics: Terrorism

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European Court Rejects Mass Murderer Anders Breivik’s Claim That Isolation In Three-room Cell Is...

For years, Breivik has claimed that Norway's prison system is violating his human rights.
Related topics: Norway, Human Rights

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The Rise Of Male Supremacist Groups

When Marc Lépine murdered 14 women at Montreal’s École Polytechnique in 1989, he claimed that he was “fighting feminism.” When Anders Breivik murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011, he was in large part motivated by his hatred of feminism,...
Related topics: Canada, Montreal, Feminism, Norway

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Brutal Breivik Film Spurs Norwegians Into Contacting Mental Helpline

After the film about the Utøya drama orchestrated by Anders Breivik, the worst ever massacre in peacetime Norway, the Mental Health Helpline has seen a dramatic surge in calls from disturbed Norwegians.

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10 Years After Massacre, Norway To Ban Semi-automatic Weapons

Norway plans to ban semi-automatic firearms as of 2021, a decade after right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik’s mass shooting that left 69 people dead, a Norwegian lawmaker said Tuesday. The minority right-wing government had presented a...
Related topics: Norway

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Swedish 'laser Man' On Trial In Germany Over Murder Of Auschwitz Survivor

A far-right Swedish extremist, whose "lone wolf" tactics are believed to have inspired Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, appeared on trial today in Germany in connection with the unsolved murder of a Nazi death camp survivor that happened...
Related topics: Germany, Terrorism

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Nazi Hub The Daily Stormer Finds Refuge In Hong Kong

Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer, a collaborator of Daily Stormer, a sophomoric neo-Nazi website, wants you to know that he’s a fan of Anders Breivik, the Norwegian far-right terrorist who slaughtered 77 people in July of 2011....
Related topics: Hong Kong, Terrorism

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Breivik's 11: Far-right French Assassins Targeted Multicultural Leaders, Muslims

After a joint investigation by France's special services unearthed a far-right group of Anders Breivik followers "plotting to kill" politicians, Anaïs Voy-Gillis, the founder of the European Observatory of Extremist Movements, argued there was a...
Related topics: France

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The Return Of Fascism

On July 22, 2011, a Norwegian extremist named Anders Behring Breivik shot off an email to more than a thousand people. A self-­identified fascist, Breivik attached a 1,500-page screed attacking Islam, cultural Marxism, feminism, and immigration....
Related topics: Religion

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The Higgins Memo, Anders Breivik And The Lyndon Larouche Cult

Back in 2011 after mass murderer Anders Breivik slaughtered 77 people in Norway I had a look at his “manifesto” because I  had heard that it spun a conspiracy theory around “cultural Marxism,” multiculturalism,...
Related topics: Norway, Conspiracy Theories

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Breivik Terrorist Attacks In Norway Led To Mental Illness In Denmark

The number of Danes diagnosed with trauma -- and stressor-related disorders (such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)) -- increased substantially following the terrorist attacks carried out by Anders Breivik in Oslo and on the nearby island of...
Related topics: Terrorism, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Stress

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Norwegian Mass Killer Breivik Appeals To European Court Of Human Rights

OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who has legally changed his name to Fjotolf Hansen, has filed an appeal to the European court of human rights against his prison conditions, his lawyer was quoted as saying on...
Related topics: Human Rights, Norway, Oslo, Reuters

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The Ingenious Ways Design Helps People Feel Safe Again In The Wake Of Terrorist Attacks

In 2011, on an overcast day on the Norwegian island of Utøya, far-right terrorist Anders Behring Breivik opened fire on a summer camp, killing 69 children and counselors. Ambitious, young, left-of-center Norwegians had flocked to Utøya for years...
Related topics: Terrorism

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