Norway Attack Victims

July 26, 2011 by staff 

Norway Attack VictimsNorway Attack Victims, A person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 people who have only interests, “wrote Anders Breivik Twitter message in the first and only, citing the British philosopher John Stuart Mill But on Monday night, Norway showed the which means that hundreds of thousands of people believe in something – and react to hate a person with magnanimity and even love.

In his state of deep sadness and shock, Norway has found a strong response to the terrible acts committed by Breivik, who has confessed to the bombing of Oslo and Ut? Slaughter already. In Oslo, more than 200,000 people spontaneously assembled outside the Town Hall on Monday night to remember the dead. There were also demonstrations in other cities, including Bergen and Stavanger in a public display of emotion unlike anything seen in Norway since the Second World War. Ordinary people, many in tears, brought flowers, candles and cards and hugged and comforted each other. “Tonight, the streets are full of love,” said Crown Prince Haakon, in a speech.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said Norway was confident that “this test is passed.” In recent days, the trained economist and political career has matured into a kind of father figure for the country. “We will regain our sense of security,” Stoltenberg said, adding that it was a march for democracy, tolerance and unity. “Evil can kill a person, but never conquer a nation.”

Crown Prince Haakon also spoke of what was unusual opening for a member of the royal family. After July 22 was no longer any excuse not to fight for a free and open society, he said. It was not possible to undo the terrible murders, he said, “but we can choose what you do for us.” Crown Princess Mette-Marit, who lost her brother in Ut? You slaughter, the crowd shouted as claimed roses brought with them.

Alexander Rybak, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, also visibly moved as he played a violin solo from the crowd. Rybak is itself a symbol of the multicultural Norway Breivik hated; he immigrated to Norway from Belarus with his parents at the age of four.

On Monday afternoon, Breivik told a judge that his actions were intended to be a “strong signal” against immigration, the ruling center-left Labor Party had promoted. The victims on the island of Ut? They were participating in a summer camp organized by the youth wing of the Labour Party.

“We’re only human if we can overcome hatred,” said Lill Seljord, a housewife who was taking part in the demonstration on Monday night. “We are more than the evil that is within us.” Her husband Jonas said: “We, and stand together now.”

On Monday, the death toll for the bombing of Oslo and the Ut? Slaughter already been revised downward to 76. At least 96 people were injured in the attacks.

But amid the feeling of collective unity, questions arise about why the plans were not detected before Breivik. On Monday, an intelligence agency revealed that Norway had been warned Breivik name in March, but took no action. The 32-year-old had appeared on a list of 50 to 60 people after buying chemicals worth 120 kronor (€ 15 o 22) a Polish company, said Janne Kristiansen, head of the Norwegian Police Service Security (PST). The company was under observation at the time, but had been considered Breivik too insignificant to warrant further investigation. “We had absolutely nothing Behring Breivik,” Kristiansen said, justifying the decision not to look into buying.

Earlier, the Polish authorities revealed that he had ordered security Breivik chemicals for bomb building over the Internet, even from a company based in the Polish city of Wroclaw. The substances were legal, however. The owner of the company has been questioned, at the request of the Norwegian police. However, Pawel Bialek, the deputy head of the ABW Polish internal security agency, said there was evidence that Poland Breivik contacts were anything but “purely commercial”.

In his treatise than 1,500 websites, Breivik had described the chemicals would be used to build bombs. According to authorities, were precisely the substances that he had ordered?

In the document, Breivik wrote that he had ordered 300 grams (10.5 ounces) of sodium nitrate in December by the equivalent of 10 €. If there is any doubt about the order, he said he planned to use salt to cure meat moose wrote.

According to the text, Breivik also ordered 150 kilograms (330 pounds) of aluminum powder for the equivalent of about € 2000. If necessary, the cover story for the powder would be wanted to use for painting to protect the hull of your boat.

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