Friday, August 24, 2012

Anders Breivik Trial - Friday August 24 (Day 44)

10:00 Commander Breivik is brought into the courtroom and allowed to give the Knights Templar salute with the press still present. For most of the trial they left his hands cuffed to his belt until all photographers had left.

As such the question becomes: If Commander Breivik gives the Knights Templar salute without it being photographed, is it still awesome?

10:08 Judge Arntzen says the verdict was unanimous, and that Breivik has been declared sane and is sentenced to 21 years prison, minus 445 days deducted for time in custody.

She's not saying anything we didn't already know 445 days ago. The prison term can be extended indefinitely, but I doubt the Cultural Marxists will still be in charge in 20 years.

10:12 Arntzen begins reading out the full verdict, nothing we didn't already know, it'll take some hours. Lippestad ought to interrupt at least once and ask her to hurry up and skip to the end.

14:00 Arntzen is still running her mouth. Breivik will be allowed to make a statement at the end of the day.

Arntzen does to some extend acknowledge the problem modern day society faces with psychiatry, but of course cannot address the real problem. The dilemma is that psychiatrists have to determine whether someone is connected or disconnected from reality. However, under Cultural Marxists rule everyone is expected to live in the Marxist Utopian fake reality. In order to appear sane one has to disconnect from reality and adopt one of the acceptable delusional dogmas.

Normally this isn't a problem, as political correctness and censorship guarantees that people with a dissenting opinion aren't heard, but it's difficult to silence someone who killed 77 people, the vast majority of which were traitors. The first psychiatric report decided that Breivik's highly intellectual and rational worldview was the product of a psychosis, fortunately the vast majority of Norwegians wasn't buying this story.

It's unclear what Breivik's official diagnosis is after this verdict, but what appears to be the consensus is for everyone to call Breivik a monster. You know, the things that hide under your bed and in your closet. This in itself isn't a bad way to describe Realists from a Cultural Marxist perspective, we are monsters that should remain in the closet, under the bed, in the dark where no one can see us. We must not frighten the domesticated humans with our rambling doom stories about the downfall of our race, our culture, and nation.

16:30 I'll wait for Norwegian patriots to provide more accurate translations but this one is based on a YouTube video of Breivik's final statement which he ended with the Knights Templar salute. His microphone was cut off before he could finish his sentence, but until a lip-reader gives the final verdict my best guess is that he apologized for not having executed more traitors.
My first statement on the 16th of April was that I do not recognize this court because you receive your mandate from political parties that support multiculturalism.
By discarding my allegations of the principle of necessity and sentencing a representative of the Norwegian resistance movement you have sided with the multicultural majority in parliament and therefore you also expressed support for the multiculturalist ideology.
Since I do not recognise this court I cannot legitimize the Oslo district court by accepting this sentence. In my view this sentence and judgement is illegitimate and at the same time I cannot appeal against the judgement because by appealing I would legitimize the court. 
I would like to end with a statement of regret. I wish to apologize to all militant nationalists in Norway and in Europe for not having executed more traitors.

16:35 The court is adjourned.

Update: 2012-08-26

It's been confirmed that Breivik did indeed end his sentence with 'execute more traitors', which is in line with his uncompromising militant rhetoric.

This is another clear cut case of the mainstream media trying to distort Breivik's message. Breivik killed one civilian and apologized for this person's death in court. Breivik's intention wasn't to kill people, his intention was to kill traitors.


  1. Great fun again, as always when he speaks :D But did he really said "Amen"? I heard this passage over and over again: I here no "Amen". Btw, the court cloused at ca. 17:30 h Norwegian time (= CET), for all Europeans who don't live in the UK ;)

    1. I added quotations so it's a little clearer. The Amen is my personal response to Breivik's final statement.

      I'm not sure if he specifically said 'more traitors', but as some stories summarize him as apologizing for not executing 'more people' I figured to rub it in.

  2. "I wish to apologize to all militant nationalists that I wasn't able to execute more traitors." - What a man. I feel reverence, really.

  3. What I do not understand:
    he said beforehand he will appeal the judgement if he will be deemed insane.
    Does this mean, if he would have been declared insane he would have accept the court and would have only disagreed with the judgement? I'm a bit puzzled!

    1. If he had been declared insane he would have had to appeal in self defense to avoid forced medication with harmful anti-psychotics, and in doing so he would indeed have given the court system more credibility.

      I wonder if he could have refused to speak Norwegian and done the entire thing in English.

  4. There was no need for an apology from the Commander, his "first strike" against the reds was the first action of its kind since 1945.


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