Anders Behring Breivik

Update: 20th April 2012 picture of Breivik on the BBC.
Do you think this is just a random pic and not specifically chosen
to try and influence your opinion of him?

I  want to make this is a separate post for matters Breivik. Elsewhere I (kind of) said:

MAIN POST: I really doubt Breivik is insane. He’s following up on his convictions. He did an evil act because he thought it was necessary and would strengthen his political ideology.


It would be interesting to hear the “rational” as to why Bush, Blair John Howard (+Aznar) were NOT mentally disordered having decided to kill hundreds of thousands of innocents, yet Breivik wasn’t.

A reply from sjamieson was:

As for Bush/Blair – I have no response to that.  Do they feel remorse? One would hope so but there is a difference in the ability to dole out death by proxy as they did and a person who decides themselves – as a lone wolf – to commit mass murder.  Bush and Blair would have found it easy to disassociate themselves – particularly as there were parties who were convincing them they were morally right.

I don’t see it like that that at all. I see no distinction. The decision to go to war especially on a crock of lies is actually worse because they themselves would not be the ones to face the consequences, meaning they have a far greater responsibility to ensure the decision to take peoples lives was that absolute ultimate decision of last resort with no other avenues open.

At least the swine Breivik put himself in the front line, which although hard to give the killer any credit at all is peculiarly and uncomfortable honorable, although of course such ‘honour’ is almost immeasurable in that he didn’t stand any significant chance of coming to harm against unarmed peaceful humanitarians. P.S. if you find the ‘honour’ thing offensive, you have simply not understood the point.

What deathmeistrs BuSh, Tony the Terrible, Howard and Aznar did is spineless. They knew it was a lie. Breivik actually believes in what he’s doing.

Why the insane claim in the first place?

If a person of darker hue did such an atrocity, you can bet your bottom (fiat)dollar that questions of sanity and findings of insanity are in all probability NOT going to arise. Because “clearly” non-whites are savages all they know is killing and uncivilized behavior, but Breivik ‘s a white European…. aaaah…. clearly as he’s NOT a savage – because he is white – he must have a ‘legitimate’ excuse, i.e. his ‘insanity’ made his a victim of his condition. Whites are only ever portrayed as well, white knights, a standard of righeousness and can do no harm, like Dante’s crusaders in his story Inferno, when in actual fact, the white race is responsible for more killings by far than any racial group. Difference is it must be ‘hidden’ from view for the illusion to work. When it’s openly exposed it must be husshed up ergo, he’s insane.

Breivik is sane, so actually are Tony the Terrible and BuSh etc. All cold calculated killers for whom the deaths of children is but a one off puff of air in the eye.
I suspect ultimately they will say he insane.

2 Responses to “Anders Behring Breivik”

  1. 1 lwtc247 April 20, 2012 at 5:19 pm

    on that disgraceful tabloid like “article” by Matthew Price (a Paul Wood in the making) the BBC reports (

    Asked if he could feel sadness, he said “yes”, saying the funeral of a friend’s brother had been his “saddest day”.

    Breivik didn’t put quotes around the term “saddest day”, the BBC did. It does this for a reason – it has to report the pharase uttered, but tries to stamp a NOT REALLY mark on it. The BBC wants you to believe it wasn’t a sad day for him and I believe it’s trying to show you that Breivik doesn’t actually feel empotions.

    The BBC is exploring new depths of junk journalism. May its news a current affairs department cease operation sooner rather than later.

  2. 2 lwtc247 April 20, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    Just found this on
    What do Breivik and Netanyahu have in common?
    Alan Hart argues that among the things that unite Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin is “mania of victimhood”: for Breivik insane fears about the consequences for Norway of immigration and multiculturalism, and for Netanyahu an obsession with Iran which, in 2006, led him to proclaim that “It’s 1938 and Iran is Germany”.

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