Islamophobia behind Norwegian Carnage

26 July

Simon Sorgenfrei for Euro-Islam:

Less than two hours before detonating the bomb in down town Oslo on Friday, July 22, the suspect Anders Behring Breivik published a 1500 pages manifesto and diary entitled 2083 – A European Declaration of Independence. In the manifesto, using the pseudonym Andrew Berwick, he revealed the reasons and planning behind the Oslo bombing and the shooting spree at nearby Utoya.

Breivik Behring was arrested on the spot and taken to custody. He requested an open hearing because he wanted to “explain fully to the world what he had done” and “why he had done it.” His request, however, was denied after prosecutors and police persuaded the court to do otherwise, thus barring media from directly covering the hearing. In a press conference after the hearing on Monday 25, Judge Kim Heger said Breivik Behring confesses to as well the bombing as the massacre. But he does not, however, accept criminal responsibility as he envisioned himself forced to do what he did to “save Norway and Western Europe from cultural Marxism and Muslim takeover.” What he did, he said, was meant as a signal to the Norwegian people that the Labour party has betrayed the country through the “deconstruction of Norwegian culture and mass importation of Muslims.” Therefore he wanted to cause the party as much future harm as possible by shortening recruits through the shooting spree at the youth camp at Utoya. No responsible person, he continued, “can let his country be colonized by Muslims.”

Contents of the Manifesto

In the manifesto Behring Breivik states that the primary target was not to kill ”a couple of hundred” but to get publicity to promote distribution of the message presented in his manifest. He claims further that he wants to educate Europe and recruit thousands to the struggle for a new world order.

We are some of the founding fathers of the new world order. The conservative martyrs of today, both democratic and revolutionary, will be remembered and celebrated as the founding fathers when our cultural conservative world order has been established in the European world within 20-70 years. (p. 1225)

In the manifesto Behring Breivik entitles himself “Justiciar Knight Commander for Knights Templar Europe” and says he has been aided by the assistance from “brothers and sisters in England, France, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Italy, Spain, Finland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, the US etc.” During the hearing he also talked about two cells in Norway and several cells abroad. As for now the existence of such cells or a “pan-European Patriotic Resistance Movement” have not been confirmed. Even so anonymous members of the English Defense League have confirmed contacts with Behring Breivik.

The manifesto can be described as a pseudo academic cut and paste-work in which Behring Breivik primarily criticizes (1.) Islam and what he conceives as an Islamisation of the Western world, (2.) Multiculturalism, which is a threat to Western culture and civilization, and (3.) Cultural Marxism/Political Correctness which has allows this to happen:

Multiculturalism (cultural Marxism/political correctness), as you might know, is the root cause of the ongoing Islamisation of Europe which has resulted in the ongoing Islamic colonisation of Europe through demographic warfare (facilitated by our own leaders). This compendium presents the solutions and explains exactly what is required of each and every one of us in the coming decades. Everyone can and should contribute in one way or the other; it’s just a matter of will. (p. 9)

The main objective, as described in the manifesto, is to bring to an end what is conceived of as the “Islamisation” of “the West”. The process of islamisation is described as follows:

The constant process of the Islamisation of a country sets forward from small issues and the specific demands/requirements develop and increase progressively with the increase of Muslims percentage wise in a country. First batch of demands issues are noticeable already when the Muslim population are at 1% increasing until they become 90 and then 100%

[…]

When the politically correct (cultural Marxists/multiculturalists) agree to ‘the reasonable’ Muslim demands for their ‘religious rights,’ they also get the other components under the table. Here’s how it works (percentages source CIA: The World Fact Book (2007)). 

From 1-5%

As long as the Muslim population remains around 1% of any given country they will be regarded as a peace-loving minority and not as a threat to anyone. In fact, they may be featured in articles and films, stereotyped for their colourful uniqueness: At 2% and 3% they begin to proselytise from other ethnic minorities and disaffected groups with major recruiting from the jails and among street gangs:

From 5-10%

From 5% on they exercise an inordinate influence in proportion to their percentage of the population.

They will push for the introduction of halal (clean by Islamic standards) food, thereby securing food preparation jobs for Muslims. They will increase pressure on supermarket chains to feature it on their shelves — along with threats for failure to comply. (United States). At this point, they will work to get the ruling government to allow them to rule themselves under Sharia, the Islamic Law. The ultimate goal of Islam is not to convert the world but to establish Sharia law over the entire world. 

From 10-20%

When Muslims reach 10% of the population, they will increase lawlessness as a means of complaint about their conditions ( Paris –car-burnings). Any non-Muslim action that offends Islam will result in uprisings and threats (Amsterdam – Mohammed cartoons).

[—]

After reaching 20% expect hair-trigger rioting, jihad militia formations, sporadic killings and church and synagogue burning:

[…]

From 40-60%

At 40% you will find widespread massacres, chronic terror attacks and ongoing militia

warfare:

[…]

From 60-80%

From 60% you may expect unfettered persecution of non-believers and other religions, sporadic ethnic cleansing (genocide), use of Sharia Law as a weapon and Jizya, the tax placed on infidels:

[…]

From 80-100%

After 80% expect State run ethnic cleansing and genocide:

[…]

100% will usher in the peace of ‘Dar-es-Salaam’ — the Islamic House of Peace — there’s supposed to be peace because everybody is a Muslim […] Of course, that’s not the case. To satisfy their blood lust, Muslims then start killing each other for a variety of reasons. (Pp. 488-490) 

The Swedish anti-racist magazine EXPO, with more than 15 years of experience in following Swedish and international right wing extremism, sums up the contents of Behring Breivik’s ideology as follows:

– The posts made by Anders Behring Breivik on the site document.no and the manifest that he has spread places him in an ultra conservative anti-muslim environment. It is in this ideological strain that he has found the inspiration, arguments and analyses that have made out the greater part of his writing.

– The anti-muslim environment that Anders Behring Breivik lives in is made up of an idea based on the clash of civilization, a war between islam and the west, and also the thought of a left winged political infiltration of society that does everything to destroy tradition, western culture and people. Included in the ideology is also a resistance against multiculturalism that is regarded as a force that enables an islamisation of society.

– This ideological environment is built up around blogs, websites, networks and ideologues. It reaches into the various european populist right winged parties.

– It is impossible to disregard the ideological environment where Behring Breivik has structured his views on society if you want to understand the causes behind the terrorist attack in Oslo the 22 of July. Behring Breivik has taken contemporary anti muslim rhetoric and driven it to the most extreme point. That is why he sees the social democratic workers party as a legitimate enemy.

– We have seen terrorist acts with an anti muslim agenda before around the world. It was not long ago that Europe experienced genocide where muslims were the target. But the terrorist acts in Oslo on the 22 of July is the first example of terrorism of a greater scale where the culprit is an individual from the anti muslim environment. This doesn’t mean that those who are part of the anti muslim ideology also are guilty of the crime, nor can they be held responsible for it. It is also important to remember that the anti muslim movement neither supports terrorism or consider it to be a legitimate working method.

– The terrorist acts point to a worrying development. The fact that Anders Behring Breivik was inspiried inside the anti muslim movement and it’s doomsday prophecies show that anti muslim ideology can act as fuel for a radicalisation process.

– Expo does not know Anders Behring Breivik from earlier. Neither have we heard of the organisation that he says that he belongs to.

– There is information that points to some parts of the manifest as being copied from other sources. It it important to remember that this does not oppose the fact that Anders Behring Breivik used the material in order to spread information about his ideas and the ideology that he used to build his world of ideas.

Response and reactions

The manifesto borrows extensively from, amongst others, the so called UNA bomber Theodore Kaczynski, and so called “Anti jihadists” such as Bat Ye’or (Gisèle Littman), Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer. These references have been widely recognized and discussed and have, just as the manifesto in large, resulted in a great number of reactions worldwide. Spencer, Geller and Littman have rejected responsibility for inspiring the Norwegian terrorist. In the Daily Caller, July 25, Geller declines all accusations of inspiring Behring Breivik:

[F]rom what she’s read about Breivik, she believes no ideological force drove him to commit the horrific acts he did. The “close to 20,000 Islamic attacks since 9/11,” on the other hand, Geller believes were ideologically driven.

In Sweden a number of more or less well known far right-wing politicians and bloggers have also commented on the atrocities in Norway. Amongst the most noticed is former Sweden Democrat Isak Nygren, today spokesperson for the Swedish Defense League, who recieved the manifesto in an email sent directly from Anders Behring Breivik himself. On his blog Nygren states that he to some extent do agree with Breivik ideologically, but does not support his methods:

Even though this terrorist is anti-Islam, anti-Multicultralism and so on, like me, I don’t really have something in common with this guy. I don’t support violence.

Sweden Democrat Erik Hellsborn received national attention writing on his blog that “Islamisation” and “multiculturalism” more than anything else lies behind the carnage in Norway. “In a Norwegian Norway this would never have happened.” The blog post was later removed after pressure from party members.

On Monday July 25, Anders Behring Breivik, was jailed for 8 weeks by the Oslo District Court. He will be completely isolated for the first four weeks. Hopefully further hearings, intelligence work and analyzes of the manifesto will bring will bring more clearance, as well to possible accomplices, as to extremist right wing networks such as those mentioned in Behring Breivik’s manifesto.

Sources:

Vg.no

Aftenposten.no

Dagbladet.no

Norwaypost.no

Dn.se

Svd.se

Expressen.se

Aftonbladet.se

Dailycaller.com

Expo.se

http://erikhellsborn.blogspot.com/

http://isaknygren.wordpress.com

A link to Behring Breivik’s video:    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=89a_1311444384

Islamophobia behind Norway Massacre

24 July, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik (32) – who has confessed to have planned and executed the bombing and massacre killing almost 100 persons in Oslo and nearby Utøya – published a 1500-page manuscript on Internet one hour before the detonation demolishing great parts of central Oslo, and central Government buildings. In the manuscript he states that he spent 9 years planning the deeds.

In the manuscript he presents himself as a patriot Christian and nationalist fighting muliticulturalism and what he understands to be an ongoing islamization of Norway and Western Europe. The manuscript begins:

Western European patriot,

I’m hereby sending you my new compendium (3 books); “2083 – A European Declaration of Independence”, in Word 97 format, which includes the following main topics:

1. The ongoing Islamisation of Western Europe

2. The current state of the Western European Resistance Movements (anti-Marxist/anti-Jihad movements)

3. Solutions for Western Europe and how we, the cultural conservative resistance, should move forward in the coming decades

4. And covering all, highly relevant topics including solutions and strategies for all of the 8 different political fronts

The compendium/book presents advanced ideological, practical, tactical, organisational and rhetorical solutions and strategies for all patriotic-minded individuals/movements. The book will be of great interest to you whether you are a moderate or a more dedicated cultural conservative/nationalist.

Further down in the manuscript it says:

Multiculturalism (cultural Marxism/political correctness), as you might know, is the root cause of the ongoing Islamisation of Europe which has resulted in the ongoing Islamic colonisation of Europe through demographic warfare and conquest. This compendium presents the solutions and explains exactly what is required of each and every one of us in the coming decades. Everyone can and should contribute in one way or another, it’s just a matter of will. 

Anders Behring Breivik has confessed to the massacres and has said he will explain his motifs further Monday, July 25.

Paris police ban anti-Islamic street party

On June 15th 2010, Paris police banned a “pork sausage and wine” event planned for Friday night by a group protesting what it calls the “Islamisation” of a city neighborhood. The scheduled “Apero Géant” was organized on Facebook by a woman using the pseudonym Sylvie François. She told French daily Libération that she no longer felt at home in the Goutte d’Or, the northern Paris district where she had lived all her life:

“People of French origin can’t have a drink in peace there. If you are a woman you get hostile looks if you’re not wearing an [Islamic] veil,” she said. The street party was planned to coincide with the close of Friday evening prayers at a local mosque, when the neighborhood’s Muslims fill the streets. Algeria is also scheduled to play England at the football World Cup that night. Pork and alcohol, the event’s planned components, are forbidden by Islam.

Fadela Amara, a French government minister of Algerian origin, denounced the idea as “hateful, racist and xenophobic.” Extremist groups on the right and left had been publicizing the party on other Internet sites. Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoë defended the ban and said he feared the party could have turned violent.

Conservative politician criticised for heavily anti-Islamic statements

A CDU party politician and member of the Hesse regional parliament, Hans-Jürgen Irmer, has revealed his deep-rooted anti-Islamic attitude. In an interview, he had claimed that Islam seeks to rule the world and that anyone who supports Turkey’s entry to the EU, as does the CDU’s new Turkish-German minister Aygül Özkan, contributed to the Islamisation of Germany. He furthermore said that Germany needed not more Muslims, but less.

Members of all parties have expressed their shock about the politician’s statements. Irmer finally apologized, saying that he had not wanted to discredit one religion on the whole. The SPD, Greens and Left Party do not believe his apology came voluntarily and find it incredible, as Irmer’s statements had shown a rather clear and strong supremacist attitude.

French fast food chain sparks halal burger debate

A French council has lodged a complaint against a fast food chain that serves only meat that conforms with Islamic dietary laws at a local branch. The mayor of Roubaix, in northern France, said the halal menu constituted “discrimination” against non-Muslims.

The Roubaix branch is one of several restaurants at which the chain, Quick, took non-halal products and pork off the menu in November. The move has triggered the latest controversy over France’s Muslim minority. Several deputies from French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s conservative UMP party have condemned the move, while Marine Le Pen, a vice-president of the far-right National Front, warned of “Islamisation”.

In Roubaix, Mayor Rene Vandierendonck, a socialist, called for a boycott of the Quick branch, and the town council has filed a complaint for discrimination with a regional court in Lille.

Quick decided to take a bacon hamburger off the menu at eight of its 350 branches, replacing it with a halal version that comes with smoked turkey. The Quick manager responsible for the Roubaix branch said there had been a slight increase in business after the introduction of halal menus and that he had not received complaints from customers.

Wilders To Stand Trial in January

A court in the Netherlands has ordered far-right politician Geert Wilders to stand trial in January 2010. The leader of the Freedom Party is charged with inciting discrimination and hatred with his statements about Islam and Muslims. The public prosecution court determined in January 2009 that Wilders would stand trial for his inflammatory remarks, including his film Fitna and comments on the “Islamisation” of the Netherlands. The decision was upheld by the high court in May 2009 and the January 2010 court date established this week.

Wilders has denied the charges and said he wants to put Islam on trial. “That is why I am considering calling on radical imams and other idiots as witnesses,” he told the Telegraaf. The trial will take place two months before local elections in which the PVV will participate.

Increasingly fundamentalist views among Belgian Muslim youths

This documentary shows the increasing fundamentalism in Belgium among Muslim youth. A young female researcher has conducted covert research in Molenbeek, Brussels, and discovered strong Islamisation and isolation of the Muslim community, and to a strong extend also among young women.

Anger at Europe’s far right ‘anti-Islam’ conference

A German far right group has stirred Muslim anger worldwide by holding a three-day “Anti-Islamisation Conference” to protest against the construction of mosques and Muslim immigration.

Prominent members of Europe’s far right, including French “Front National” leader Jean-Marie le Pen and Belgian far-right politician Filip Dewinter, have said they will attend the meeting in Cologne which is aimed at forging a European alliance against “Islamisation.” The conference will include a rally in the centre of Cologne tomorrow which police say could lead to clashes with left-wing groups that plan a counter-demonstration. Trade unions, churches and other groups have also announced plans to protest against the conference. The conference organiser is a local protest group called “Pro-Cologne” which campaigned against the city’s recent decision to allow the construction of a large new mosque with two 55-metre tall minarets. Around 330,000 immigrants live in Cologne, about a third of the city’s population. “Mosques are shooting out of the ground like mushrooms, the muezzin call and headscarves are flooding our streets,” Pro-Cologne said on its website. It said 150 “politicians and publicists” from all over Europe and 1,500 other participants will attend the conference at which it plans to launch a petition “against the Islamisation of our cities”. The meeting has drawn fierce criticism from German politicians and city leaders in Cologne. The premier of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Juergen Ruettgers, said: “Those who abuse the cosmopolitan and democratic city of Cologne as a meeting place for right-wing radicals are against tolerance, against reconciliation, against humanity.” David Crossland reports.

Full-text article available here. (Some news sites may require registration)

Anger at Europe’s far right ‘anti-Islam’ conference

A German far right group has stirred Muslim anger worldwide by holding a three-day “Anti-Islamisation Conference” to protest against the construction of mosques and Muslim immigration. Prominent members of Europe’s far right, including French “Front National” leader Jean-Marie le Pen and Belgian far-right politician Filip Dewinter, have said they will attend the meeting in Cologne which is aimed at forging a European alliance against “Islamisation.” The conference will include a rally in the centre of Cologne tomorrow which police say could lead to clashes with left-wing groups that plan a counter-demonstration. Trade unions, churches and other groups have also announced plans to protest against the conference. The conference organiser is a local protest group called “Pro-Cologne” which campaigned against the city’s recent decision to allow the construction of a large new mosque with two 55-metre tall minarets. Around 330,000 immigrants live in Cologne, about a third of the city’s population. “Mosques are shooting out of the ground like mushrooms, the muezzin call and headscarves are flooding our streets,” Pro-Cologne said on its website. It said 150 “politicians and publicists” from all over Europe and 1,500 other participants will attend the conference at which it plans to launch a petition “against the Islamisation of our cities”. The meeting has drawn fierce criticism from German politicians and city leaders in Cologne. The premier of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Juergen Ruettgers, said: “Those who abuse the cosmopolitan and democratic city of Cologne as a meeting place for right-wing radicals are against tolerance, against reconciliation, against humanity.” David Crossland reports.

A Career Build on Controversy: How ‘Fitna’ Catapulted Wilders into the Limelight

Fitna, the short film by Dutch politician Geert Wilders, may have thrust its creator into the international limelight even before its release, but in the Netherlands, Wilders has long built up a reputation for being a controversial and outspoken member of parliament. Geert Wilders, the leader of the anti-immigration PVV party, has compared the Koran to Hitler’s Mein Kampf, has claimed his country is flooded by a tsunami of Muslims and has proposed ‘sending them back where they came from’ if Muslim immigrants are unwilling to denounce their religion. By creating Fitna, Wilders has reached another milestone on his crusade against what he calls ‘the Islamisation of the Netherlands’. His remarks have earned him both death threats and a growing electoral base. Emilie van Outeren and Derk Stokmans report.