The fix was in long ago in the Anders Behring Breivik trial.
There was no doubt the accused was guilty of slaughtering 77 people. He proudly proclaimed his responsibility for the murders from the moment he was captured last July.
The trial itself should have taken an hour or two. The judges could have pondered the evidence in a seemly fashion for another hour, and then issued their verdict. The accused could have then been sentenced to his statutory twenty-one years in one of Norway’s
luxury spas prisons.
There was no need whatsoever for a ten-week trial. Providing a prominent podium for the Butcher of Utøya to explain himself serves no useful judicial purpose.
Therefore we can only assume that the Norwegian authorities had other reasons for bringing Circus Breivik to town. The show is being presented for political purposes, and — as if we hadn’t already noticed — those purposes prominently include the discrediting and destruction of any opposition to Multiculturalism in Norway.
Yet the circus may not be going as well as anticipated.
Day after day Mr. Breivik has been discussing forbidden topics, the shameful subjects on which there has been an enforced silence for the past two or three decades. This can’t possibly be the desired outcome, from the point of view of those who wish to impose their multicultural utopia on Europe.
With a live feed to the Norwegian public, media correspondents from all over the world, and a calm, lucid voice describing the cynical and destructive immigration policies of the European elites — citizens throughout the West are hearing opinions which they are not supposed to hear.
Part of the media coverage today zeroed in on Fjordman, as we all have been expecting. The methods employed by the “journalists” are crude and dishonest, but presumably effective.
Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer has prepared a summary of today’s shenanigans in Oslo:
This is the headline from today’s edition of VG:
“For Anders, Fjordman was number one.” — Breivik’s mother on her son’s idol
The title is quite vicious, because it attempts to establish a link between Fjordman and the atrocities carried out by Breivik. The article doesn’t accuse Fjordman of having contributed to the acts, but it’s quite clear that the aim is to get the readers to draw that conclusion.
Anders Behring Breivik claims that he wouldn’t have carried out the terror attacks on July 22 if FrP (the Progress Party) hadn’t been “demonised” by the media in the lead-up to the 2009 election.
Is not allowed to distance himself from Breivik — steps down as leader of the NDL [Norwegian Defence League]
“I can’t be part of an organization which is being associated with Breivik,” says Ronny Alte.
I want to distance myself from Breivik, but Admin believe it’s the wrong thing to do, he says.
“Admin” is the board of the NDL.
Breivik considered hijacking a petrol tanker and detonating it with high explosives to create a “poor man’s atom bomb” with an explosive force of 0.1 or 0.2 megatons, he said.
The target of this weapon would have been the annual Labour Day parade or an annual conference of Norwegian journalists, which would have caused the deaths of “several thousand people”. Breivik described this gathering as a parade of Communists and said that “only 10%” of the casualties would have been “innocent.”
Further reinforcing Fjordman’s characterisation of Breivik as the Nordic Mohammed, the killer said, “We want to create a European version of al-Qaeda.”
Previous posts about the trial of Anders Behring Breivik:
|14||The Show Begins|
|16||Fjordman: The Breivik Trial Begins|
|17||Trial Without Limits|
|17||Cracking Down on Christian Terrorism|
|18||Breivik in Brief|
|19||Norwegian News Roundup|