Friday, June 29, 2012

Anders Behring Breivik Trial - Friday June 15 (Day 38)

9:01 Commander Anders Behring Breivik enters the courtroom.

Today we get more of the same from Husby and Sørheim. Breivik prefers to call them Asbjornsen and Moe, after the 19th century collectors of fairy tales.

Anders Behring Breivik Court Transcript 2012-06-15 Live Report  

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

So you want to have a terrorist penpal?

Will I get in trouble if I write Breivik?

Are you stupid enough to write about your chosen path of joining the militant nationalist crusade?  Then yes, you will get in trouble.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Friday, June 22, 2012

A fourth letter from Commander Breivik

If I understand the content of the letter correctly Russian prisoners aren't allowed to write other prisoners, so Breivik is sending this letter to Anna with the intent for her to forward it to Breivik's Russian colleague, that is, a fellow inmate.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The Far Right on Breivik: Varg Vikerness

It's somewhat relevant what other nationalists have to say about Commander Breivik so I'll be going through far right articles to mix it up a little. Two days after 7/22 Vikerness wrote an article in which he argues that Breivik is a Zionist puppet.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Why Breivik played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

As there's not a single mention of Utoya in 2083, nor spree killing as a terrorist tactic, it's not surprising that Commander Breivik didn't mention the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 mission 'No Russian' in his compendium.

This optional level titled "No Russian" has the player assume control of a deep-cover CIA agent, joining a group of Russian Ultra Nationalist terrorists enacting an airport massacre. The name comes from a briefing from the terrorist leader, Vladimir Makarov, who tells the player's character and the other gunmen not to speak any Russian throughout the scene. Civilians scream and run in terror, the injured crawl away leaving a trail of blood, and some try to drag others to safety.



While not an ideal simulation, as civilians do not play dead and aren't overly creative at hiding, it does provide some degree of mental preparation for a spree killing terrorist attack. Judge for yourself.

There's no mention of this Call of Duty mission during the trial, and Breivik probably didn't want to mention it himself as psychologists would be quick to fantasize about the possibility that Breivik wanted to play out his favorite modern warfare mission in real life.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Cultural Marxism vs White Marxism


I figured it was time to take a break from my somewhat pompous reports on the court proceedings and glorification of militant nationalism, and put on my intellectual hat for a change. While I agree with Breivik on most practical matters, and consider him an ideological brother, there are notable differences. The most obvious ones are that I am an atheist and a hereditarian, though I do consider myself a Cultural Christian, and I think it's important for the various nationalist factions to unite and work out our differences in a democratic fashion after the oppressive and totalitarian Cultural Marxist rule has ended.

Today I'd like to address the similarities between Cultural Marxism and National Socialism. Keep in mind I fully reject Cultural Marxism while I only reject parts of National Socialism.

Anders Behring Breivik Trial - Wednesday May 30 (Day 27)

9:01 The court is set.

Today the main focus is the Knights Templar organization, Breivik's manifesto, and his purchases leading up to 7/22.