Anders Breivik wasn’t a “lone wolf”, he was part of a movement

Anders Behring Breivik (born 13 Feb. 1979) is a Norwegian terrorist and the confessed perpetrator of the July 22, 2011 Norway attacks. The attacks included detonating a car bomb in downtown Oslo, Norway, near the offices of the Prime Minister, killing eight and wounding 26. This was followed by a mass shooting on the nearby island of Utøya, where he attacked teenagers attending a Norwegian Labour Party youth camp, killing 85 and wounding 66. Breivik described his far-right militant ideology in an online manifesto 2083 – under the anglicised pseudonym Andrew Berwick. His ultranationalist manifesto lays out hisxenophobic worldview, which includes support for varying degrees of cultural conservatismright-wing populism, and anti-Islamisation. He further argues for the violent annihilation of Islam, “cultural Marxism“, and multiculturalism, to preserve a Christian Europe. 




by Adam Bienkov     


Right-wing pundits are now very keen to tell us that the Norwegian terror attacks were not caused by right-wing anti-multicultural ideology.

The fact that Anders Breivik quoted Daily Mail articles in his manifesto and forged links with the same anti-immigration groups lauded by our tabloid press is apparently neither here nor there.

He was just a lone nutter okay? And besides, if it wasn’t for multiculturalism, then there wouldn’t have been a problem there in the first place.

Boris Johnson takes a similar tack today, telling his Telegraph readers that:“It wasn’t about immigration, or Eurabia, or the hadith, or the Eurocrats’ plot against the people. It wasn’t really about ideology or religion. It was all about him… There is an important lesson in the case of Anders Breivik. He killed in the name of Christianity – and yet of course we don’t blame Christians or “Christendom”. Nor, by the same token, should we blame “Islam” for all acts of terror committed by young Muslim males.We shouldn’t blame right-wing politics for right-wing terrorism, says Boris, just as we shouldn’t blame Islam for Islamic terrorism. Right-wing politics isn’t the problem. Islam isn’t the problem.Except that Boris used to say that Islam very much *was* the problem.Here he is in The Spectator shortly after the 7/7 bombings:That means disposing of the first taboo, and accepting that the problem is Islam. Islam is the problemTo any non-Muslim reader of the Koran, Islamophobia — fear of Islam — seems a natural reaction, and, indeed, exactly what that text is intended to provoke. Judged purely on its scripture — to say nothing of what is preached in the mosques — it is the most viciously sectarian of all religions in its heartlessness towards unbelievers… What is going on in these mosques and madrasas? When is someone going to get 18thcentury on Islam’s mediaeval ass?Back then Islam definitely was the problem for Boris, just as he thinks that the right-wing fear-mongering pushed by the likes of his colleagues and friends definitely isn’t the problem now.The difference between the two cases is not one of principle but of politics.
Boris did not feel implicated by those who blamed Islam for the 7/7 attacks but he does feel implicated by those blaming right-wing politics for the Breivik attacks.When Islam was in the dock, Boris wanted it detained without charge, but now that right-wing ideology is in the dock, he wants it released, no questions asked.
It’s a sly trick, but it’s one that he shouldn’t be allowed to get away with. 

Islamic ideology had questions to answer after 7/7 and the hard-right ideology pushed by certain pundits in the press has questions to answer now.

The Anders Breiviks of this world do not emerge from nowhere, just as the English Defence Leagues of this world do not emerge from nowhere. They are fostered by an ideology legitimised by screaming tabloid headlines and the fear-mongering of politicians who really should know better.

And unfortunately whilst Breivik’s actions were the actions of a nutter, he is not the only nutter out there.

Three years ago 54 explosive devices and 12 firearms were found at the home of BNP member Terence Gavan.

Like Breivik, Gavan saw himself as defending his country from Muslim immigration, and like Breivik he was dismissed as a “lone wolf” whose ideology we didn’t need to worry about.

And yet from lone wolves, larger packs are formed.

So whilst we shouldn’t entirely blame right-wing ideologues for helping form those packs, we shouldn’t entirely absolve them from their responsibilities either.

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13 replies to “Anders Breivik wasn’t a “lone wolf”, he was part of a movement

  1. Something you won’t hear in the mainstream media…
    Police in Norway have arrested six people in connection with Friday’s twin terror attack which killed at least 92 people, as more and more evidence points to another example of a state-sponsored terrorist attack by Israel’s Mossad. The corporate media studiously avoided mentioning how the Norwegian government through its recent actions, had become a major problem for Israel and its allies abroad, especially on the Palestine sovereignty issue.

    1. I’m not surprised. Never thought it was just one man. You’re right you WON’T see that information in
      mainstream news. United Nations meets in September.
      Norway’s Foreign Minister had just made comments about Norway’s support of the Palestine sovereignty issue right before this vicious attack on innocent
      lives. What do they call it..collateral damage to get their warning? There is no conscience, no morality in governments anymore. It’s about high level economic resources of the powerful elite causing global order or disorder. It’s about being the #1 power…the ability to impose on or persuade your opponents to comply with demands.

  2. What do you muzzies expect? For every Muslim terrorist act, there will be equal and opposite lone wolfs figting against. This Anders idiot shot his own people, he should have put bombs in mosques.

    1. @ hindu militant,

      Your comment strongly smells of what Anders Breivik thought and did. And still you blame us, Muslims as terrorists? I wonder if tomorrow a bomb explodes in a mosque in India or Pakistan and the blame is immediately loaded onto an “Islamic” terrorist!

      1. I myself get tired of the blame falsely placed on Muslims. Consider 9/11… Almost 10 years since and still, because of the continuing corrupted media disinformation, too many Americans just don’t know the truth and many that do question the government’s official “9/11 Commission Report” still believe that terrorists were flying these planes. There were no Muslim hijackers! These were remote controlled military planes. The WTC buildings, one, two and seven were imploded with explosives and dropped into their own footprints. The Pentagon? A missile. The official report has so many holes – that it now resembles a block of Swiss cheese.

        The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) formed in 1967 is an independent Federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the United States. Since 1967, almost 130,000 airplane accidents and the NTSB has investigated every one… Except four. The planes of 9/11.

        Next to Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Pilots for 9/11 Truth may be the most important professional organization in the 9/11 truth movement. The Pilots have done a tremendous amount of primary research, and their film Pandora’s Black Box deploys a stunning flight-path simulation to illustrate its main point: The government’s version of the “jetliner attack” on the Pentagon and the WTC was impossible.

        They found a [fake] terrorist’s passport in the debris but no indestructible black boxes? (Official report indicated that the flight recorders had disintegrated.) How preposterous! The evidence of a false flag operation is overwhelming and George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld along with their globalist elitist friends should all be in prison. The CIA, Mossad and MI5 were involved in the planning and Wall Street bankers made billions on insurance fraud alone. In the ensuing years, defense contractors would make billions more in an ever expanding war on humanity to garner the world’s natural resources. Almost 3,000 innocent people murdered on that fateful day! How many hundreds of thousands have needlessly suffered and died afterwards?

        In summary… All roads lead to the City Of London and the Rothschild dynasty.

  3. Also… according to a forensic report, it was an aluminium-powder (150 kg) enriched ANNM (ammonium nitrate and nitromethane(950 kg)) explosive. The aluminum increases the demolition explosiveness by 10 to 30 percent. This is well over one ton of explosives. I know several local and competent explosive experts in the mining industry who can make this type of device. A chemistry major can do the same. Note: “Police in Norway had arrested six people, as I had stated, but also, a second shooter was reported by some survivors.”
    So now we can surmise that he was not alone, that’s obvious. We’ll know more as the story continues to unfold.

  4. You are right Steve. The cabal that planned the 9/11 job, though tried their best to do this in such a fool proof manner using all the scientific propagation tools of dis- and misiformtaion, yet truth always finds its own way.

    I remember after the 9/11/ tragedy, there were some foolhardies, the naivete in our society who boastfully claimed that it could be the doing of only Muslims because they are the rough, tough, ferocious guys to undertake such a step. It was this simplistic attitude of such Muslims that the mainstream media in the West hyped it up, and then later ultilised in a way that Muslims indeed were made to appear as the 9/11 perpetrators.

    I, from the very beginning had the thinking as you have, i.e. that logic denies such an accusation. Later many circumstantial as well as scientific evidence came up on the scene [as some of these you also have hinted in your comment above] that clearly did manifest that 9/11 indeed was an inside job.

    Interestingly I had the chance to see a highly relevant piece on the Globalresearch site. For readers of this weblog I have just posted it today. Am quite sure that you might have read this. If not, do read it Steve. It provides some eye opening analysis, particularly its focal point i.e. Who could benefit from 9/11 and who really did benefit???

  5. Read this and many similar articles. Our friend Jeff Prager has given us some interesting insight with proof of nuclear devices being used at the WTC.

    I also receive daily newsletters from the highly respected Globalresearch. And what do I enjoy about “Wonders of Pakistan?” Besides some good thought provoking pieces on world events and Geo-politics, I also enjoy relaxing with warm pictorials depicting people and nature – which Wonders of Pakistan presents to us. It’s a way of seeing the beauty in this world – through the eyes of others. It’s a way to travel without hindrances, the expense of, and/or restrictions related to travel.

    If I may add: God bless all people and all religions – in their diversity 🙂

    1. Thanx Steve for your very sweet and kind words. Its through friends like you that our confidence in that great country the United States strengthens. Voices such as yours and other friends who go as per their conscience, actually make us believe once again that God is not yet disappointed from His creation. That still there are His people who believe in noble values of humankind and who believe in peace throughout the world.

      I wish you Steve all the best and being a believer in Allah, the Bountiful, pray that He showers kindness on all of you, yet even those who think otherwise.

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