Knights Templar 2083
July 24, 2011 by staff
Knights Templar 2083, Their targets: the Marxists, Muslims, and “humanists suicidal “and” global capitalists. His goal: “the European civil war: 1999-2083.” His vision of himself, a Knight Templar, a crusade to defend Christian warrior monoculture, patriarchy, and “isolationism in Europe.” Anders Breivik Behring, who confessed to the bombing on Friday and the slaughter of shooting in Norway, which have left 93 dead, published these and many more online messages in a video and a giant 1,500-page manifesto, which the police are reading detail, according to the Associated Press.
“Onward, Christian Soldiers!” Says a message on video. “Because in 14 years, in 2025, most of our capital cities of Western Europe is Muslim … unless we manage to defeat the ruling Alliance multiculturalist”
The manifesto, published 32 years old on the day of the attacks, also vowed revenge against “indigenous Europeans” who he said were betraying their heritage. Although he confessed to the attacks, Breivik denied criminal responsibility, according to police. In the video posted on the Internet, photos of the suspect in scuba gear carrying an assault rifle and wearing a military uniform next to the pictures of medieval knights fighting crusade against Muslims, and the label that shows a political cartoon of Uncle Sam pointing a gun in his mouth “liberal” and “Muslims”.
A lawyer for Breivik, Geir Lippestad, told the AP that his client wanted to have a hearing in open court “because he wants to explain.”
Leaders and residents are still reeling in the country, home of the Nobel Peace Prize, where rescuers are still searching for the missing. Body parts are not in the government building where a giant bomb exploded just hours before a gunman opened fire on the nearby island Utoya, a retreat for young members of the Labor Party’s liberal country.
The mixture of fertilizer and fuel used to create the bomb apparently resembles that used in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. As Norway’s royal couple attended a service full of mourning in the Oslo Cathedral, the authorities continued to examine the accounts of witnesses that there was a second shooter Utoya, and mosques in Norway and other countries stepped up security in anticipation of possible attacks.
Speaking to Norwegian public television, Breivik’s lawyer, said:
“I wanted a change in society and, from his perspective, he needed to force through a revolution. I wanted to attack society and the structure of society.”
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