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Norway reject Labour party two years after Utoya massacre

Norway’s Labour prime minister was defeated in Monday’s election, just two years after Utoya. Just after the massacre, PM Jens Stoltenverg was hailed by his response to the massacre perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik, a Right-wing extremist. Jens Stoltenberg urged his compatriots to “answer hatred with love” after those attacks claimed 69 lives, but he … Continue reading

French writer says Breivik was “what Norway deserves”

Richard Millet, a respected French writer and editor, has sparked controversy for his comments on Anders Breivik, the Norwegian mass killer, whom he described as “without doubt what Norway deserves”. Mr Millet, who says he has read all 1,500 pages of Breivik’s online manifesto, insists that he does not approve of the Norwegian gunman’s crimes. … Continue reading

Norway mass killer deemed sane in new finding

A previous report found Breivik to be a psychotic suffering from paranoid schizophrenia during and after attacks that killed 77. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik was sane when he killed 77 people last summer in attacks he saw as punishing “traitors” who favored immigration, a psychiatric team said on Tuesday, in a report contradicting an earlier … Continue reading

Templar Knight wants Norway to embrace the Pope

“The Pope is the ultimate knight of Christendom”. This is written in the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik (32). In his 1500 pages manifesto, the Norwegian Templar Knight who massacred Socialist youth in Norway, used the word “Catholic” 134 times. The word “Pope” is used 90 times. Anders Behring Breivik is convinced that the Pope … Continue reading

TV-helicopter reached Templar Knight before the police

Anders Behring Breivik saw a TV-helicopter over his head, and thought he would be shot. He claim he called the police several times to surrender, but got no proper response. The latest claims from Breiviks defense lawyer Geir Lippestad changes the whole story, about the possible nexus between the police and the terrorist. Lippestad has … Continue reading

The Police were ordered not to help civilian’s at Utøya

Some police commanders in Norway did not permit police officers to help civilian voluntaries who rescued hundreds of AUF youth. The green light were given only after Breivik’s “mission completed”. The excuse: “It was simply to dangerous for the police to operate”. Dozen of civilian’s rescued around 300 youth that swam from Utøya to escape … Continue reading

Security in Oslo sacrificed due to business interest

The Norwegian government wanted to protect the PMO from a possible car bomb. Business interest in Oslo derailed the plan. In 2006, the Norwegian national broadcaster NRK published a news program where a high ranked Government official warned against a car bomb against the Prime Ministers Office. (PMO).The video of the NRK program can be … Continue reading

Norway: Advocate confirms Templar Knight called the police

The neo-Nazi who attacked the Socialist youth called the police during the massacre. A rather bizarre detail from the Norway massacre has been confirmed.  The police advocate persecutor of Oslo Mr. Christian Hatlo, confirms that Breivik most likely called the police during the massacre.  “We have received a log, that shall be inclusive of a … Continue reading

“The Police must investigate the Templar Knights”

“I need to know if Anders Behring Breivik (32) is indoctrinated or lead by others”. This is the demand from the defense lawyer Geir Lippestad, published in the Norwegian daily Aftenposten. Lippestad wants the police to investigate brotherhoods of Templar Knights.     ” I do not know if there is any leads into these organizations. … Continue reading

Norwegian Freemason templar slaughter 84 youth

Anders Behring Breivik (32) was a member of the Freemason group “Saint Olaus of the three pilars”. 84 Labour party youth have so fare been confirmed killed.  The mass murder was conducted by freemason, a third level ordained “priests”in the templar group of “Saint Olaus T.D three pilars”. Source: The Norwegian News agency, (NTB). The … Continue reading