His European Manifesto of Independence is available here
. In it he expresses views about the 'Islamisation of Europe' and Eurabia
which are par for the course on British blogs, and legitimated by so called intellectuals such as Melanie Phillips, who used equally inflammatory language about Londonistan
. The manifesto details:
1. The rise of cultural Marxism/multiculturalism in Western Europe
2. Why the Islamic colonization and Islamisation of Western Europe began
3. The current state of the Western European Resistance Movements (anti-Marxist/anti-Jihad movements)
4. Solutions for Western Europe and how we, the resistance, should move forward in the coming decades
5. + Covering all, highly relevant topics including solutions and strategies for all of the 8different political fronts
I have heard these ideas so many times, I'm beginning to forget how frightening they are.
Before he killed over 90 innocent people, Breivik quoted J.S. Mill:
"One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests."
Well, Breivik's belief system is quite clear. A right wing, militarised, totalitarian ideology which puts all the ills of the world down to one cause.
In this case it isn't communism, or capitalism, or ZOG, it's Islam.
In the last ten years I've seen a spectre return to haunt Europe, the spectre of racism, hidden under the guise of Islamophobia. The phobia existed long before the attacks of 9/11 or the growth of Salafist extremism. It was present in the Bosnian war, mainly among Serb Nationalists. It caused the Kosovan War. It underlined much Neocon thinking, especially when Sam Huntingdon's theories of civilisational conflict provided a new global enemy once communism had waned. It also informed the war in Iraq...
In the US, especially around the phenomenally misnamed 'Ground Zero Mosque' Islamophobia is much in evidence. But in Europe, perhaps because of the proximity of the Mashriq and Maghreb, perhaps because Europe always sees immigration as a negative thing unlike the US, Islamophobia has taken root. It unites old fashioned racists, anti-clerics, intellectuals and neo-cons alike.
For the last few years, I have been appalled to see the casual racist statements made about Muslims (and their liberal enablers) in real life, in the media, and even more online where, in the UK, I find myself constantly combating statements about Islam which, if the word 'Jew' 'Christian' or 'Buddhist' replaced 'Muslim' would be apparent in their abhorrent hatred.
The spectre of racism is haunting Europe again in a way it hasn't since a hundred years ago, when anti-semitism was rife. But this time, it's mainly directed towards Muslims, and any philosophy of tolerance or secularism. The Utøya Massacre and the Oslo bombing is just the ultimate expression of this hate.
Words matter. Ideas motivate. And now we know where the apocalyptic language of the right can lead, even in tolerant Norway