Anders Behring Breivik is currently on trial over his lethal attack on Norwegians when he killed eight people with a car bomb in Oslo on July 22, 2011, and then shot 69 at a Labour Party summer youth camp. The trial began Monday, April 16, 2012.
“I acknowledge the acts, but I do not plead guilty. I did it in self-defense,” he responded to the judge who asked for his plea.
Breivik attacked those whom he held representative and responsible for the inimical, nation-destroying influences eating away the heart of Norway and Europe in general. The media calls him an “anti-Islamic fanatic,” and “anti-Muslim,” rather than a Norwegian patriot, or a defensive, pro-white racialist, or a European cultural preservationist. The litigation process, of course, rests on whether or not Breivik is sane or insane. There are different penalties for either condition.
Bodvar Bjarki, mythical Norwegian hero, who often
fought in the form of a bear, here in his last battle.
“Karki’s Last Stand,” Louis M. Moe, artist (d. 1945).
Breivik prefers exoneration or execution. Nothing in between will do, for insanity would totally undermine his purpose in the attack. Being declared “delusional” would erase the meaning–or certainly any validity in his motivation.
In Breivik’s passion one does hear the distant thunder of the great Norwegian warrior, Bodvar Bjarki. Ah, that was a day when war was honorable, when destroying the enemy was noble and heroic. Today, The white oedipal liberals in charge of the world teach that to resist the enemy is unkind and bad. In the instinct of latent homoexuality, the white leaders proclaim the darkies triumphant, and make every arrangement to allow them to bury all things white and descent–particularly Christianity. The whole ‘open door’ policy which allows murderous, barbarous Islam to enter and destroy any nation is the perfect expression of the “delusional” white liberals.
Anders Behring Breivik, standing for Norway, and for Western Christian Civilization?
Therefore, Breivik’s action cannot be accepted as noble, but insane. It is wholly condemned, insane or not. And even in the mind of the sympathetic, Breivik’s act has to be less than noble, since there was no battle, but slaughter of non-combatants. This is the element of weakness in his own defense position, really. And yet, how could he battle? The people of the white Christian nations are not ready to rise up as an army. Governments can easily put down any individual, or small group of individuals. Breivik was essentially suicidal, laying down his life for a grand cause. But, even that act will not be permitted. There is no death penalty in Norway, and the longest sentence is 21 years. This man would rather die. That at least sounds more heroic.
Prosecutors want to completely discredit Breivik, moving toward the sanity position, by saying there is no such modern Knights group that Breivik belongs to, and therefore he has not motivation but premeditated murder. He represents no deep conspiracy or any organizational effort.
As BadEagle.com observed before, it doesn’t really matter what Breivik’s mental condition is. He dramatically expressed concern over his country, his race, and no doubt his religion. His drama was simply lethal, whereas others limit their expression of the same concerns to words.
Sometimes, heroes are not recognized as such until long after. In the case of Breivik, his expression is so plagued with modernity–and all the professional ambiguity inherent, he will not likely be considered anything but a dangerous, delusional mass-murderer. His actions (of killing 77 non-combatants) will not be associated with anything reasonable, or even important. In the rush to condemn the monstrous immediacy of Breivik’s act, the Norwegian court will surely disallow the justification of any effective action against the destruction of European Christian civilization.
As noted before, Breivik’s actions speak infinitely louder than any words to be spoken about them. If ahead of the game, if psychotic, his actions may represent the only solution to the invasion of Islam. No one can admit this openly. But, so far, no words have effectively stayed the black tide of Islam. And many words imply submission.