July 23, 2011 by staff
Norway Suspect, The Norwegian accused of killing at least 92 people in a gun and killing bomb had belonged to a party and wrote anti-immigration blogs against multiculturalism and Islam. Police said Anders Breivik Behring, was arrested by police after 85 people were gunned down at a youth camp and 7 others killed in a bomb attack on Friday, was unknown to them and track their Internet activity so far not include calls to violence.
In 2009-2010 comments to the articles of others on the web site Document.no, which calls itself critical of Islam, Breivik criticized the European policies of trying to adapt to the cultures of different ethnic groups.
“When was the intercultural ideology is no longer designed to deconstruct European culture, traditions, identity and nation-states?” Said one of its entries, published on February 2, 2010.
Another entry from February 16 last year, said: “According to two studies, 13% of young British Muslims aged between 15 and 25 support the ideology of Al Qaeda.”
Breivik wrote that it was a supporter of the “Vienna School of thought” that was against multiculturalism and the spread of Islam.
He also wrote that he admired Geert Wilders, the populist anti-Islam Dutch politician, that after school.
Wilders said in a statement Saturday: “I do not like what it means and what he did.”
Nina Hjerpset-Ostlie, a journalist who contributes to the website, Breivik said she had met at a meeting in late 2009. He seemed ready to develop the website as a way to counter what he saw as the prevailing trends of multiculturalism.
“The only thing we noticed about him was that it seemed like everyone else and had some very high-flying, unrealistic on the marketing of our website,” he told Reuters.
Breivik said he was active on the website in late 2009, but became less so during 2010.
Police raided an apartment in a suburb of Oslo on Friday, neighbors said belonged to the mother Breivik.
“It’s the mother who lives there. She is a lady very friendly, pleasant and very friendly,” said Hemet Noaman, 27, an accounting consultant who lives in the same building in an expensive part of town.
“He often came to visit her mother, but do not live here.”
Oslo Deputy Police Chief Roger Andresen would not speculate on the reasons for what was believed to be the deadliest attack by a lone gunman anywhere in modern times.
“He has never been under surveillance and has never been arrested,” said Deputy Police Chief Roger Andresen Oslo press conference.
Breivik, who attended a school for upper middle class, called Handelsgym in the center of Oslo, was also a member of the Progress Party, the second largest in parliament, party leader Fredrik communications Farber said.
He was a member from 2004 to 2006 and his party’s youth 1997-2006/2007.
The Progress Party wants much stricter restrictions on immigration, while the center-left support multiculturalism. The party leads to some public opinion polls.
A politician, who met Breivik in 2002-2003, when he was apparently interested in local politics of Oslo, said it was striking.
“I have the impression that he was a modest person … he was well dressed, seemed to be well educated,” said JoeR Kallmyr, 33, a politician of the municipality of Oslo on behalf of the Progressive Party, told Reuters.
“I do not remember anything special about it … I do not remember if he had any particular political opinion, it was not really a person who took part in the political debate.”
Progress leader Siv Jensen emphasized that the party had left.
“It makes me very sad that he was a member at an earlier point. He was never very active and have difficulty finding someone who knows a lot about it,” he told Reuters.
Farber said: “He was a member and had some involvement in the local subsidiary in Oslo, but stopped paying dues and ceased to be a member in 2006 or 2007.”
Breivik was also a Mason, a spokesman for the organization. Masons meet in secret fraternal groups in many parts of the world.
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