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Pamela Geller Hiding the Identity of Norwegian Terrorist (or Possible Future Terrorist)

In 2007, Pamela Geller–queen of the anti-Muslim internet world–published an email from Norway that sounds like it may have come from the anti-Muslim Oslo terrorist Anders Behring Breivik.  In it, the emailer ends his anti-Muslim rant with the ominous warning:

We are stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment. This is going to happen fast.

After the Oslo terrorist attack, Geller was worried that the link would be made between Breivik and herself, so she stealthily removed the offensive line from the 2007 post.  Too bad for her but Little Green Footballs called her out, reproducing an old cache of the webpage to prove it.

But the plot thickens.  As Glenn Greenwald writes:

In the comment section to the post at the time, she said she was purposely shielding the identity of the letter-writing — by publishing it anonymously – in order to prevent the writer from being investigated and prosecuted.

Pamela Geller’s exact quote, in response to a comment by a user by the name of turn, was: “yes turn, which is why I ran it anonymously.”

There exist two possibilities here:

1) The mysterious emailer to Geller’s website was indeed Anders Behring Breivik.  In that case, Breivik was not just citing Geller’s work, but Geller herself was reproducing Breivik’s writing on her website.  But more importantly, she personally knew Breivik’s identity and hid it in order that he wouldn’t be arrested and prosecuted.  Had she turned him in at that time the dastardly attack may have been prevented.

When Pamela Geller received an email from someone talking about how he is “stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment”–and warns that “this is going to happen fast”–shouldn’t she have reported him to the authorities?  Imagine if an Islamic website got an email from a disgruntled Muslim saying the same…What do you think would have been the result?  What do you think Pamela Geller would be saying about that on her website?

2) The other possibility is that the emailer is not Anders Behring Breivik.  In that case, there’s another right-wing nut job in Norway who–like Breivik–is “stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment.” Shouldn’t Pamela Geller reveal the identity of the mysterious emailer so that the authorities can investigate this possible future terrorist before he pulls off a terrorist attack like the one that just happened?

Craig Murray, the former British ambassador to the United Nations, notes the possibility that emailer may be part of a network linked to Breivik:

Geller goes on to say that she is protecting the proto-terrorist’s identity so he won’t be arrested. We do not know how this wannabe terrorist in Norway relates to Breivik or his other “cells”. Geller may know but the police are not asking her.

The idea that Breivik might not have been acting alone should certainly be considered.  The mysterious emailer used the term “we,” indicating that there is a group of these lunatics.  And of course, there’s the question of the money:

Anders Behring Breivik, Mystery Man
Following the money trail

by , July 29, 2011

What do we really know about Anders Behring Breivik, the Norway mass murdererwho killed in the name of his anti-Muslim ideology, nearly a week after his horrific rampage? We know what he did, and why he did it: he left behind not only a 1,500 page manifesto, in which he pours out his hatred of Muslims, but also a day-by-day diary that details his elaborate preparations, in which he claims his crime was nine years in the making.

That’s an awfully long time for a “lone wolf” to keep his plans to himself, yet the head of Norway’s intelligence agency was quick to state Breivik acted alone – this is spite of Breivik’s own contention, in his online “book,” that two other cells of his “Knights Templar Europe” exist. Furthermore, according to Breivik, the Knights were founded at a London meeting in 2002, at which his British “mentor” and representatives fromacross the continent were in attendance.

What we don’t know, however, is how he did it. Oh, he gives us a detailed account of his obsessive preparations, including how much protein he added to his weightlifting regimen. We know he set up a front company, Breivik Geofarm, supposedly devoted to the growing of tubers, which is how he managed to get the fertilizer that was a key component of his car bomb. What we don’t know, however, is where money came from.

Breivik hadn’t had much income recently, as detailed here – yet he seemed to have some assets. The exact source of these assets is unknown. According to him, he “earned his first million kroner as an entrepreneur at the age of 24.” Yet a number of news accounts flatly contradict this, notably the Sydney Morning Herald, which reports:

“Government records suggest that despite his management qualifications, his early attempts at business were a failure until he established Breivik Geofarm in eastern Norway for the cultivation of ‘’vegetables, melons and tubers.’ The business would have given Breivik access to nitrogen-based fertilizer – one of the main ingredients of a fertilizer bomb.”

Yet “Breivik Geofarm” was, according to Breivik, just a “front” company, a legal shell meant to shield his activities from prying eyes. We don’t know that he ever grew a single tuber. The Wall Street Journal tells us:

“Government records show Mr. Breivik registered a business, Geofarm, in May 2009, though its main business activity was at first listed as trading stocks and other investments. Tax records show he reported no income that year but listed 390,171 kroner (about $50,000) in unverified assets.”

If Breivik’s business ventures were failures prior to the Geofarm project, then where did these unverified assets come from? According to the Independent:

“After school, Breivik did a brief stint in the army, and then appears to have gone from one job to the next. He is believed to have started a computer company and earned enough money to live in a luxury apartment and sport a Breitling watch. However, other reports suggest that for years he worked in a lowly call center and lived almost anonymously.

“… Exactly what he lived on in the run- up to the massacre remains a mystery. But his bank details reveal that in 2007, a sum equivalent to €80,000 (£70,000) was added to his account, which would have enabled him to live without having to work.”

The mystery deepens….

Check out Breivik’s resume here, wherein he claims to have been the “managing director” of “E-Commerce Group AS,” which is described as a “part investment company – 50%, part sales/outsourcing company – 50%,” with a “total of 7 employees: 3 in Norway, 1 in Russia, 1 in Indonesia, 1 in Romania, 1 in the US.” Like Breivik Geofarm, he says:

“This was a front (milking cow) with the purpose of financing resistance/liberation related military operations. The company was successful although most of the funds were channeled through a Caribbean subsidiary (with base in Antigua, a location where European countries do not have access): Brentwood Solutions Limited with bank accounts in other Caribbean nations and Eastern Europe. E-Commerce Group was terminated in 2007 while most of the funds were channeled in an ‘unorthodox manner’ to Norway available to the coming intellectual and subsequent operations phase.”

There is no online record of Breivik’s “E-Commerce Group AS,” as far as I can see: an odd happenstance for an e-commerce outfit, wouldn’t you say? As for Brentwood Solutions Limited, there is no record of those guys, either: however, there is a Brentwood Solutions LLC in Naples, Florida. In any case, what I want to know is how did Breivik manage to get his hands on the equivalent of nearly $115,000 added to his account in 2007? If the money was legitimately earned, then why hide it in Caribbean and Eastern European banks and why go through “unorthodox” procedures in order to sneak it into Norway?

Okay, now let’s summarize what we know about Breivik’s money trail, based not on what he says in his diary but on what little investigative reporting has been done on the matter. It boils down to this: His tax records show a small income in 2007 – the year all that money miraculously appeared in his bank account – and a bit more in 2008. He had no reported income in 2006 and 2009. Prior to that, there is no evidence of his “first million” anywhere to be seen.

While his diary emphasizes that he saved every penny to finance his terrorist operation, there had to be some income coming in from somewhere. And then there’s that mysterious $115,000 – did he rob a bank? Or did he have a benefactor? Here is where Breivik’s money trail simply … trails off.

The idea that Breivik acted alone is absurd: he had to have help, just on logistical matters, never mind the financial side of such an operation. Furthermore, it’s hard – nay, impossible – to believe he kept the secret to himself for nine years. In order to escape detection, and have the means to carry off such a complicated operation, Breivik must have had some organized assistance – and not from amateurs, by any means. At this point, we don’t know from whom.

However, we can see in the reaction to his murderous assault a kind of support network that has sprung up, if not to defend him personally then to defend his motivations and the ethos from which his hatred welled up. As I have said in myother columns on this subject, the so-called counter-jihadist milieu – whose writings were copiously cited in the online manifesto – provided the theoretical basis for Breivik’s horrific actions. The “anti-jihadist” pro-Israel blogosphere played an important role in reinforcing and elaborating Breivik’s crazed worldview, and there is even some frightening evidence that they played more of an activist role than that.

In a post dated June 24, 2007, Pamela Geller, a leading light of the counter-jihadi movement, posted the following on her web site:

“I am running an email I received from an Atlas reader in Norway. It is devastating in its matter-of-factness.

    “Well, yes, the situation is worsening. Stepping up from 29 000 immigrants every year, in 2007 we will be getting a total of 35 000 immigrants from somalia, iran, iraq and afghanistan. The nations capital is already 50% muslim, and they ALL go there after entering Norway. Adding the 1.2 births per woman per year from muslim women, there will be 300 000+ muslims out of the then 480 000 inhabitants of that city.
    “Orders from Libya and Iran say that Oslo will be known as Medina at the latest in 2010, although I consider this a PR-stunt nevertheless it is their plan.
    “From Israel the hordes clawing at the walls of Jerusalem proclaim cheerfully that next year there will be no more Israel, and I know Israel shrugs this off as do I, and will mount a strike during the summer against all of its enemies in the middle east. This will make the muslims worldwide go into a frenzy, attacking everyone around them.
    “We are stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment. This is going to happen fast.
    “Before, I thought about emigrating to Britain, Israel, USA, South Africa, etc. for taxes and politics, but instead (although I believe we are the very last generation on earth before the return of God) I will stay and fight for the right to this country and indeed the entire peninsula, for the God-fearing people, just in case this isn’t the end of the world after all. Doesn’t hurt to have a backup plan.
    “It’s far from impossible to achieve, after all my people has done it every time before, in feats that match the ancient Greek, hebrew and british ‘legends’.
    “Oslo and the southeast may fall easily, but there are other lines than ‘state’-borders drawn across this country since long before there was even a single muslim in the world, and we have held them this long, against everyone else too. We are entering a new golden age for my people, and those of a handful other countrys, but only through struggle.
    “Never fear, Pamela. God is with you too in this coming time.”

In the comments, one of Geller’s readers warns that the author of the letter could be prosecuted by Norewegian authorities. Geller replies: “Yes … which is why I ran it anonymously.”

So here is some nut stockpiling “weapons, ammunition, and equipment,” because “this is going to happen fast” – with Geller’s enthusiastic encouragement. Indeed, she’s so concerned her correspondent might be arrested that she’s protecting his identity.

Who is Geller’s mystery correspondent – is it the same Norwegian nut-case who ruthlessly cut down dozens of children, or a different one waiting in the wings to do the same? Come on, Pamela – clear up the mystery. Or would you rather continue to shield your fellow “counter-jihadist”?

I wouldn’t be at all surprised if the leaders and “scholars” who provided Breivik with the intellectual and political support he needed also provided more substantial support, such as ensuring the confidentiality of communications with the “Knights.” Geller has already gone on the public record as supporting the thugs of the English Defense League, who troll the streets of British cities looking for Muslim victims – why not Breivik?

Never has a “lone wolf” had this much company.

Normally, I’d be hesitant to jump to conclusions, but do you think Pamela Geller would be hesitant had the shoe been on the other (Muslim) foot?

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  • Fjordman (who runs Gates of Vienna) Brieviek’s favourite blogger is unmasked and questioned by Norwegian police.

    Blogger in Breivik manifesto identified
    2011-08-05 14:18

    Oslo – An anonymous blogger, often cited by the Norwegian man who has admitted to two attacks that two weeks ago killed 77 people, on Friday revealed his identity in a newspaper interview while saying he had never met the attacker personally.

    Oslo daily VG published an exclusive interview and photo of the 36-year-old identified as Peder Jensen who said he had consulted his attorney before approving the publication.

    “I have warned my family about this interview, and because of my own safety, I’m now going into hiding,” he told the newspaper.

    Jensen told VG he “wanted to do this interview because my name eventually would have emerged anyway, resulting in a media frenzy. It is also a way for me to clear my name”.

    The blogger wrote under the name Fjordman and often expressed a stance critical of Islam.

    Police questioned him on Thursday and considered him as a witness, prosecutor Pal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby told broadcaster NRK.

    Breivik asked for meeting

    Jensen said in the VG interview he was shocked at learning that he had been mentioned over 100 times in the 1 500-page manifesto that the attacker, Anders Behring Breivik, posted on the internet just before the attacks. The blogger said he had not read the manifesto.

    In the interview, he said he would never use the name Fjordman again and did not want to be associated with Breivik in any manner.

    He said Breivik had written several e-mails asking to meet, but Jensen said he had turned these down and that he had never met Breivik in person.

    The blogger has a masters degree in culture and technology from the University of Oslo, and has studied Arabic at the University of Bergen and the American University in Cairo, VG said.

    Meanwhile about 30 funerals were scheduled for Friday, two weeks after the attacks where eight people died in a car bomb in Oslo and 69 were killed in a shooting at a youth camp organised by the Labour Party on the island of Utoya.

    On Thursday, police also interviewed Breivik who has admitted to the July 22 attacks. Breivik was remanded in custody last week. His attorney Geir Lippestad said investigators were still asking Breivik whether he acted alone or not.

  • Shehab

    This is actually excellent news… Allow me to explain

    While I was in MBA I met a fellow student was from Norway. He explained to me that unlike most common law statutes’ Norway’s legal system is based on the principle of universal rights and is amended in light of stark events the Nazi occupation, social workers rights movement of 1970s etc.

    I recently contacted him to see what his take was on the ABB case

    His response -” We will go after every one we can, in the legal sense. No right wing party, lunatic fringe or website which had contact with Anders Brehvik can hide from us….the people are fully behind the crown ( State department)”

    I believe in the background Norway’s Justice system is asking the FBI to hand over emails and blogs from loons Geller + Spencer to build their case. FBI will help Norway, or be portrayed as a supporter of criminal behaviour

  • Visitor

    This woman is unhinged, but has anybody reported this to the FBI? If there’s a link between this woman and the Norway terrorist, at least she’s giving material aid to a terrorist, and if there are more terrorists involved that Geller in communication with, this could be treason! Can us readers get some assurance from this site’s editor that this activity has been brought to the attention of the FBI?

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  • The notion of “immigrant crime” got started in the early 1990s after the end of the East-West system in Europe. The first “immigrant criminals” were from Eastern Europe, where times were very desperate.

    In the Netherlands, this “debate” to on an anti-Moroccan and anti-Muslim tone – and various anti-Muslim books were written. Like Pim Fortuyn’s Tegen de Islamisering van onze Cultuur in 1997 (Against the Islamisation of our Culture) After 9-11 the “Muslimness” of especially Moroccan guestworkers was “fully discovered.”

    Yes, this Islamophobia stems from xenophobia, which is built on the notion that “all immigrants are importers of crime.”

  • Nur Alia

    Is it a crime to conceal the identity of a criminal, or someone who may commit a crime where you live?

    Understand too…this isnt about Muslims in Europe, it is about immigration. I think some of you have rightly pointed out, that European haters use Islam as a disquise for thier anti diversty rants. They are simply ‘cultural purists’ is the same genre as neo Nazis.

    Although they are anti Jewish by nature, they like the way that Israel is ‘ethnicly cleansing’ the land around them…using the blind followers to promote thier ‘victimhoon’ as an excuse to do it. This is what they propose for Europe.

    I know this is a harsh thing to say…but it is the truth we must face.

  • Ramadan

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  • Inshallah, this resolution should become law, (defamation of religion) just like racism is a crime. Then it will put the hate mongers out of business. All religions should be free to be practiced. Nobody with an agenda to distort a religon to incite to violence or to dehumanise should be able to propogandise this hatred freely.

    Of course it shouldn’t take away legitimate criticism of a religion, that is anybody’s right within the boundries of free speech. HOwever, demonisation and dehumanisation by those who are funded to do so should be made illegal.


    OIC/Islamophobia: OIC Observatory warned since 2009 against the growth of the extreme right in Europe, Washington plans to host a meeting on resolution opposing defamation of religions

    – August 1, 2011Posted in:

    JEDDAH, Ramadan 1/Aug 1 (IINA)-During the next few months, Washington plans to host a coordination meeting to discuss with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) how to implement resolution no. 16/18 on combating defamation of religions, and how to prevent stereotypes depicting religions and their followers; as well as disseminating religious tolerance, which has been endorsed by the UN Human Rights Council last March, in agreement with Western countries. The resolution was adopted after lengthy discussions held between the OIC and countries in which the phenomenon of Islamophobia is in the rise.

    The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had announced the intention of the U.S. State Department to organize a coordination meeting during her participation in the meeting which she co-chaired with the OIC Secretary General, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu in Istanbul on 15 July 2011. The meeting issued a joint statement emphasizing the dire need for the implementation of resolution 16/18.

    According to informed sources in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the two sides, in addition to other European parties, will hold a number of specialized meetings of experts in law and religion in order to finalize the legal aspect on how to better implement the UN resolution.

    The sources said that the upcoming meetings aim at developing a legal basis for the UN Human Rights Council’s resolution which help in enacting domestic laws for the countries involved in the issue, as well as formulating international laws preventing inciting hatred resulting from the continued defamation of religions.

    On the other hand, the OIC Secretary General, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, stressed that the crime committed recently in Norway was a result of the rise of the extreme right in Europe and its easy mobility in political circles. He said that the OIC had warned several times against of what might be called institutionalization of the phenomenon of Islamophobia through the involvement of the European extreme right in government institutions and political action.

    He added that the reports of the OIC Islamophobia Observatory for the years 2009 and 2010 had included several warnings about an organized political form which the extreme right may transform into through its parties’ legislation.


  • What is OUTRAGEOUS is the notion that these kids somehow deserved to be murdered for an anti-Israel protest —

    —while THEY continue to forcefully argue that they and their manufactured “Islsmisation threat” is “free speech!”
    —-it’s “free speech” to for the EDL to smashed and bring violence against communities in the UK!
    — it’s “free speech” for Geert Wilders to freely travel around and spread hate and war-like language against Muslims and Leftists.

    Yes – it’s “free speech” for them, but for these kids on Utøya island it IS NOT “free speech” and it is acceptable for them to be BRUTALLY MURDERED for their free speech and it’s expressions.

    For the Muslims and their supporters especially on the Left (people like me) there is no free speech without risks!

  • Chris

    She’s now seemingly deleted ALL comments from that post, not just the ones which quoted her (later deleted) flagrantly racist caption “Note the faces which are more Middle Eastern or mixed than pure Norwegian”.

  • Cynic

    As a metalhead, I couldn’t help but laugh at Varg Vikernes (of Burzum fame) ridiculous, antisemitic take on the events in Norway (this is the same guy who recently came out of jail for burning multiple churches in Norway). Everybody condemns his views as idiotic and racist, yet those very views are quite mainstream nowadays if you replace Jews with Muslims; thanks to people like Pam Geller.

  • mindy1

    Good Ramadan to all

  • AJ

    This woman justifies killing children since their ideologies don’t match her agenda??? And this woman has kids. I pity them who have this vile human for a mother.

    I hope this Ramadan brings an end to these perpetuators of hate speech. Amin.

  • safak

    Oh, and Ramadan Kareem!!

  • safak

    At some point in her article Pam put this caption on one of the pictures of the youth:

    “Note the faces which are more MIddle Eastern or mixed than pure Norwegian”

    She removed it later though, I wonder if anyone captured it. When I first read it there were more references to this caption in the comments section, but now it seems she removed some over the past 20 minutes or so. One remained which I loved though:

    muppler said in reply to Patti…

    “Note the faces which are more MIddle Eastern or mixed than pure Norwegian”

    Pam, love, you’re browner then most of those people in the photo…can we assume you are a deep cover AQ operative?

    lol… But if you read all the comments, you’ll note that this hatred spewing forth on these sites is no longer about Muslims. There are so many rants and accusations being thrown about, heres some examples:

    ADHD said in reply to James Olson…
    Why don’t you emigrate to North Korea? I’ve no doubt they’d welcome fellow-Commies like yourself!!!!

    SHAME ON YOU for attacking Ms. Geller the way you’ve been doing!!!!

    Bohemond1096 said in reply to Eirik…
    Pure socialist crap. Bleivik is the product of the society he was raised in, but he had the intelligence to look past the socialist trappings and see the evil at its core. Norway is doomed.

    Choi said in reply to Paula K…
    Of course Truth is no obstacle to the LEFTY FALSE NARRATIVE.

    ADHD said in reply to Tun…
    Tun, do you know who really killed well over 110,000,000 people in the past century alone??

    It was NOT Christians – it was COMMIES like yourself!!! Ljéñin and Stáljin between them killed 40,000,000 between 1917 and 1953 in the USSR alone!!! Mao has the blood of 60,000,000 Chinese between 1949 and 1976, and Pol Pot killed 1,500,000 in just FOUR YEARS (1974-78)!!!! Add some more from the Eastern bloc during the period 1947-89 and the figure of 110 million (perhaps even 120 million) becomes quite credible!! And Commies are militant ATHEISTS!!!!

    Choi said in reply to legolam…

    So the focus of these groups are widening to include the left, communists, socialists, and brown people… Not to mention the inhuman attempt by Geller to justify the murder of all those kids because they showed solidarity with Palestinians. The blind support for Israel is now reaching new heights as well, where just showing support for Palestinians and bringing their suffering to light lowers the value of your life, if not an immediate death sentence.

  • Franczeska

    In the event that Ms. Geller or anyone else does have any knowledge of any potential acts of future terrorism, I would urge them to do the right thing and come forward. Contact the authorities. You can do this anonymously. Turn over whatever information you might have to them. By doing this, you can help save the lives of innocent people.

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