Published On: Sat, Jul 23rd, 2011

Christian fanatic Anders Behring Breivik, responsible for Norwegian massacre

Christian fanatic

Anders Behring Breivik

arrested for worst mass murder in Norway

since World War Two

July 23, 2011

As the tragedy that descended on Norway yesterday continues to unfold, a Christian fundamentalist, Anders Behring Breivik, has been arrested by Norwegian authorities.

Anders Behring Breivik, oslo norway attacked

Anders Behring Breivik – Self confessed conservative Christian

The 32-year-old blonde Norwegian, who on his Facebook page, called himself a Christian conservative standing against any kind of multicultural society, killed 84 young men and women at a summer camp in a cold-blooded shooting spree on Friday after setting a large bomb at government offices in the heart of Norway’s capital, Oslo. The summer camp for teenagers was sponsored by the ruling Norwegian Labor Party.

While the most material damage was done in Oslo, the heart of the tradegy was on the island of Utoeya.

This from the Global Post

After the bombing of the government buildings in Oslo . . . Breivik allegedly headed for the annual summer camp of the Norwegian Labor Party, which is the party of Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.

About 600 young men and women had gathered to barbeque, swim and talk politics when Breivik showed up dressed in a police uniform, officials charge. The 32-year-old told the teenagers that he wanted to inform them about the attack against their party leader’s office. He climbed up on a small rock in the garden.

Lisa Irene Johansen Aasbo is one of the young women who experienced the horrific tragedy first hand.

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“We were told to gather inside to be informed about the attack that just occurred. When we went inside we heard someone shooting outside. We thought it must be some kind of a joke but we heard people screaming so we looked out the windows and saw a man wearing a police uniform and a safety jacket. He stood on a big stone and shot the girls who lay on the ground. We still thought it must be a joke,” she said.

“We ran outside and saw several girls covered in blood so we fled into the woods. We ran further as we heard the shooting”, she added.

But the shooter chased the teens across the small island, executing them one by one. After shooting the victims, he walked next to them and shot them in their heads, eyewitnesses confirmed.

He was laughing and cheering when shooting people in their faces,” said Bjerge Schie, 21, who ran for cover. Aasbo and many others fled into the water to escape the shooter.

“We swam and then a boat came and picked us up. We thought we were safe but suddenly the shooter showed up and started to shoot against the boat. Some girls tried to hide in the water behind the boat. When we reached land, police stood on the bridge and we thought it perhaps was another false police. When we saw his helmet and all his equipment we realized it was an authentic police and we felt safer,” Aasbo said.

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By the time Norwegian anti-terror forces arrived on the island in helicopters, it had turned into a horrific site with dead bodies scattered around the island and in the water. Although an obscure Islamist group first claimed responsibility, a very different pictured emerged after the shooter was finally caught.He was laughing and cheering when shooting people in their faces,” said Bjerge Schie, 21, who ran for cover. Aasbo and many others fled into the water to escape the shooter.

“We swam and then a boat came and picked us up. We thought we were safe but suddenly the shooter showed up and started to shoot against the boat. Some girls tried to hide in the water behind the boat. When we reached land, police stood on the bridge and we thought it perhaps was another false police. When we saw his helmet and all his equipment we realized it was an authentic police and we felt safer,” Aasbo said.

By the time Norwegian anti-terror forces arrived on the island in helicopters, it had turned into a horrific site with dead bodies scattered around the island and in the water. Although an obscure Islamist group first claimed responsibility, a very different pictured emerged after the shooter was finally caught.He was laughing and cheering when shooting people in their faces,” said Bjerge Schie, 21, who ran for cover. Aasbo and many others fled into the water to escape the shooter.

“We swam and then a boat came and picked us up. We thought we were safe but suddenly the shooter showed up and started to shoot against the boat. Some girls tried to hide in the water behind the boat. When we reached land, police stood on the bridge and we thought it perhaps was another false police. When we saw his helmet and all his equipment we realized it was an authentic police and we felt safer,” Aasbo said.

By the time Norwegian anti-terror forces arrived on the island in helicopters, it had turned into a horrific site with dead bodies scattered around the island and in the water. Although an obscure Islamist group first claimed responsibility, a very different pictured emerged after the shooter was finally caught.

The picture that emerged was, another religious fanatic could not tolerate living in a society that tolerates him. The 0.07% of the Norwegian population which is of Pakistani origin, was 0.07% too much.

Anders Behring Breivik placed entries on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, though the accounts were set up just days ago on July 17. His Facebook page is no longer available.

The Twitter account attributed to the suspect has one post, which is a quote from philosopher John Stuart Mill: “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.”

In a post in Norwegian in an online forum on December 2009, a user named Anders Behring Breivik claims there is not one country where Muslims have peacefully lived with non-Muslims, stating that instead it has had “catastrophic consequences” for non-Muslims.

Mr Breivik was a member of a Swedish neo-Nazi internet forum called Nordisk, according to Expo, a Swedish group monitoring far-right activity.

Anders Behring Breivik attack on norwayThe once idyllic island of Utoeya

There many peaceful believers out there. Even believers who can tolerate an atheist point of view. Anders Behring Breivik could not even tolerate other religions. source

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