A German newspaper managed to get their hands on the letter, as usual they only publish bits and pieces of the content. The letter starts as usual, with 'Dear sister Beate'. Breivik congratulated Beate for being a courageous heroine of national resistance and encouraged her to explain her political motives in court. Some quotes:
“You did everything to stop the multiculturalism and the Islamisation of Germany,”
“You should have gone for political elites instead, but both forms of attack would damage the multicultural experiment.”
“We are both among the first drops of rain that foretell the huge, cleansing storm about to break across Europe."
“We are martyrs of the conservative revolution and should be extremely proud of our sacrifice and our troubles.”
"I get through the day in my cell with meditation and prayer"
"I don't expect to be released alive."
"When it becomes clear that you are a militant nationalist it will be declared to the entire national resistance movement - that you are someone who sacrificed everything to prevent the multi-culturalization and Islamization of Germany. "The letter was seized by the system and confiscated, which means it appears we've reached a new level of censorship where nationalists are silenced without second thought. The media is on the side of the system and does not ask what happened to freedom of speech. The juridical system will claim that nationalist rhetoric, no matter how subtle, is a form of hate speech that can lead to violence and subsequently can and must be censored.
Obviously Breivik is responsible for this development, though it remains unclear if it will further polarize society, or if people will put up with it like they put up with everything else.
While I'm at it, recently a Polish nationalist was arrested, suspected of planning to bomb the Polish parliament. As it doesn't directly relate to Breivik I wrote about it on the Knights Templar Europe Report.