My heart goes out to the innocent victims and their families, God bless them.
Below is some information I’ve gleaned from the internet for you, but it’s crucial that, in the end, you come to your own conclusions, though, like all of these atrocious acts, there is so much more to be revealed. Look up www.truthfrequency.com
Love to you all, Janie, xxx.
Illuminati-Freemason Mind Controled Slave Anders Behring Breivik Identified As Suspect In Norway Shooting.
Published on July 22, 2011 by Nenad.
The alleged offender is a member of the John Lodge St. Olaus TD Three pillars of the Norwegian Masonic Order. He has 3 degree status, where
the peak is ten degrees. – We have no way to express an opinion on individuals or incidents related to any members, said spokesman of the Norwegian Freemasons order Helge Qvigstad told Dagbladet. On a Facebook profile appears to be 32-year-old Christian and politically conservative. As favorite books provide the man behind the profile including George Orwell’s “1984? and Kafka’s “process”.
The 32-year-old Norwegian man who went on a shooting spree on the island of Utoya has been identified as Anders Behring Breivik, according to
The Daily Mail and Sky News were among those to report the suspect’s name. According to witnesses, the gunman was dressed as a police
officer and gunned down young people as they ran for their lives at a youth camp.
Police said Friday evening that they’ve linked the youth camp shooting and Oslo bombing. Breivik is believed to have acted alone.
Norwegian TV2 reports that Breivik belongs to “ring-wing circles” in Oslo. Swedish news site Expressen adds that he has been known to write to right-wing forums in Norway, is a self-described nationalist and has also written a number of posts critical of Islam.
A Twitter account for Breivik has surfaced, though it only has one post, this quote from philosopher John Stuart Mill: “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100 000 who have only interests.” The tweet was posted on July 17.
On a Facebook account that Norwegian media outlets have attributed to Breivik, he describes himself as having Christian, conservative views. He says he enjoys hunting, the games World of Warcraft and Modern Warfare 2, and lives in Oslo. He also lists political analysis and stock analysis as interests.
Breivik also follows political developments in Britain and reads the Telegraph and Daily Mail. The revelation of the Labour government’s conspiracy to flood the country with immigrants to “rub the right’s nose in diversity” was of great interest to him. I’m sure the bien-pensants in the British left will now want to reflect soberly on the folly of pushing people too far.
What emerges very clearly from the comments is that he harbours resentment against the mainstream media for pushing a culturally
Marxist agenda and covering up Muslim wrong-doing and the negative effects of mass immigration and multiculturalism in Europe generally. This applies especially in Norway, where he felt that the politically correct agenda was completely unchallenged by the mainstream press. This may explain the attack on the VG newspaper’s offices. In some of the comments, he discussed setting up a Norwegian media organisation with a culturally conservative focus.
No doubt the media will try and depict him as a simple Nazi, but anyone reading his comments can see that he is far from that.
He describes himself as a cultural conservative adhering to what he calls the Vienna School of Thought. He summarises this as follows:
Cultural Conservatism (anti-multiculturalism).
– Against Islamization.
– Anti-authoritarian (resistance to all authoritarian ideologies of hate).
– Pro-Israel/forsvarer of non-Muslim minorities in Muslim countries.
– Defender of the cultural aspects of Christianity.
– To reveal the Eurabia project and the Frankfurt School. (ny-marxisme/kulturmarxisme/multikulturalisme).
– Is not an economic policy and can collect everything from socialists to capitalists.
In one post he mocks a journalist for speculating that a terror attack may have been carried out by right-wingers rather than Muslims:
“I do not understand why CNN mention the extreme right and the National Socialists? I have never ever heard of a right extreme or NS terrorist attacks of importance on European soil. This sounds like kulturmarxistisk wishful thinking.”