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Terrorist Anders Behring Breivik’s Trial Ends But Not The Neo-Crusader “Counter-Jihad” Story

by Garibaldi

“I wish to apologize to all militant nationalists that I wasn’t able to execute more”– Anders Behring Breivk

Terrorist and neo-Crusader “Counter-Jihadist” Anders Behring Breivik has been sentenced to 21 years in jail, after which there is the possibility that he can go free, depending on whether or not he is deemed a threat to society. We are told and reassured that he will most likely not see the light of day.

Reactions to his sentencing from the family of his victims has been mostly positive, many are relieved while others would rather have the surety of him being locked away in a psychiatric ward for the criminally insane without the possibility that he would enter free society. What they agree upon is that he should be locked away “forever.”

Importantly Breivik was deemed “sane” meaning he was fully aware of the ramifications of what he was doing. The pathetic defenses of the hate brigades that he was a lone “insane” man uninfluenced by their writings and exhortations have crumbled.

Indeed, Breivik was inspired by the entirety of the anti-Muslim Islamophobic industry, the self-styled “neo-Crusaders” and “Counter-Jihadists.” It isn’t for just any reason that Breivik thought no less than Robert Spencer was deserving of the “Noble Peace Prize.” While there was some analysis about the part that Fjordman, Spencer, Geller and others in the anti-Muslim Movement played in forming Breivik’s ideology, there wasn’t nearly enough. Unfortunately throughout this trial a major question remained unanswered: Did Pamela Geller have foreknowledge of Breivik’s attacks?

Is this the end of us hearing about Breivik? I doubt it. As much as we will remember the horror of his actions, Breivik will also be remembered for his radical ideas and anti-Muslim conspiracy theories, put down in his manifesto and freely available and accessible online. He has already reached cult status amongst followers from the Far-right and nationalist groups. His admirers are not limited to Europe but are also present in the USA. Breivik’s terrorist attacks and his manifesto are likely to inspire more copy-cats amongst his followers, and already has inspired at least one Breivik sympathizer in the Czech Republic. How long will it be until we see a successful terrorist attack by a so-called Breivik-inspired “Knights Templar Crusader?”

Breivik’s final words were an apology to the “Counter-Jihadists,” his only regret he told them was that he hadn’t killed more.

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  • corey

    @snake
    you know I think this guy looks like a good contender to be halal pork http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eY4teNRSuI

  • Solid Snake

    Lol no that is not me. If it was I would have moved away a long time ago. I cannot stand Lord Porky online let alone in real life.

  • Sir David ( Illuminati membership number 5:32) Warning Contains Irony

    No need to go there Kushboo.
    She has already admitted knowledge of a person stock piling weapons and making threats before the attack and did nothing. Then tried to hide the evidence of this .

    Was it Brevik ? could she have saved all those lies by a quick email to the police ?
    If the answers yes and yes ,then maybe she could all answer other questions about her role in hate crimes.

    Sir David

  • khushboo

    Solid, is that you behind the camera? lol Hilarious!

  • khushboo

    Good question, good sir! I wouldn’t be surprised if this was an organized attack and more than one gunman involved. Pamela Geller and others who were mentioned in his manifesto should be seriously interrogated.

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