Norwegian Terrorists had a British Mentor

The Norwegian terrorist, Breivik, had continuous contact with far-right British groups. The media reported: “In his manifesto, the Norwegian terroist, Breivik, describes his “mentor” as an Englishman he identifies as “Richard”, and says his journey into violent extremism began at a small meeting in London in 2002 where a group of like-minded extremists met to “reform” the Knights Templar Europe, a military group whose purpose was “to seize political and military control of western European countries and implement a cultural conservative political agenda” The group’s name is a reference to the medieval Christian military order involved in the Crusades. In his manifesto Breivik said the gathering in London was “not a stereotypical ‘rightwing’ meeting full of underprivileged, racist skinheads with a short temper”. Instead, he said those present were successful entrepreneurs, “business or political leaders, some with families, most Christian fanatics, but also some agnostics and even atheists”. Breivik said the handful of far-right activists had travelled to London from across Europe, and most had not met each other before. At 23 years old, Breivik says he was the youngest person at the meeting, and had first been put in contact with others in the group by a “Serbian crusader commander“. At the end of the sessions, he says, he was “ordinated as the 8th justicar knight for the PCCTS, Knights Templar Europe” – the name he uses to sign off the last entry in his diary before carrying out Friday’s attacks. It was at this meeting that he also said to have struck up his friendship with his mentor. “Some of us were unfamiliar with each other beforehand, so I guess we all took a high-risk meeting face to face electronic or telephonic communication was completely prohibited, before, during and after the meetings. On our last meeting it was emphasised clearly that we cut off contact indefinitely. Any type of contact with other cells was strictly prohibited.” Breivik also boasted about links to the UK far-right group the English Defence League (EDL) . He mentioned them several times in the manifesto and said he had “spoken with tens of EDL supporters and leaders [supplying] them with processed ideological material (including rhetorical strategies) in the very beginning.” It also emerged on Monday that Breivik made contact with EDL supporters for the last time as recently as March, just before he holed up on a remote farm to begin his final preparations for an Friday’s attack. Breivik also had wrote in Document.no: “EDL is an example and a Norwegian version is the only way to prevent Flash / SOS to harass Norwegian cultural conservatives from other fronts. Creating a Norwegian EDL should be No. 3 on the agenda after we have started up a cultural conservative newspaper with national distribution. The agenda of the Norwegian cultural conservative movement over the next 5 years are therefore: 1. Newspaper with national distribution
2. Working for the control of several NGOs 3. Norwegian EDL ” ”

“Fanatics of All Countries, Unite!!”, that’s what the Norwegian terrorist and the Western fanatics want. The Christian Fanatics and the Christian Jihad ! are like their Muslim/Jew counterparts. We would write more about it later.

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