Saturday, July 23, 2011

Norway: 91 Dead in Terrorist Attacks; Blond, Blue-Eyed Norwegian Suspect Anders Behring Breivik, 32, in Custody, “Wants to Explain Himself”

Suspect Anders Behring Breivik, 32.

91 killed in Norway island massacre, capital blast
By NILS MYKLEBOST, KARL RITTER, Bjoern H. Amland, Louise Nordstrom, Matthew Lee, Rita Foley, Paisley Dodds and Paul Schemm from Stockholm, Hoenefoss, Norway, Washington, London and Tripoli.
Associated Press
Jul 23, 4:07 AM EDT

OSLO, Norway (AP) -- A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island retreat before being arrested, police said Saturday.


The no longer enchanted island retreat of Utoya.


Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven.

Air view of the explosion in Oslo.


The mass shootings are among the worst in history. With the blast outside the prime minister's office, they formed the deadliest day of terror in Western Europe since the 2004 Madrid train bombings killed 191.

The Oslo bomb explosion, ground level.


Police official Roger Andresen told reporters that the total death toll was now 91 and that a suspect was in custody being questioned for both assaults and is cooperating with the investigators.

Though police did not release his name, Norwegian national broadcaster NRK identified him as 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik and said police searched his Oslo apartment overnight. NRK and other Norwegian media posted pictures of the blond, blue-eyed Norwegian.

At ground level, in Oslo, a corpse.


"He is clear on the point that he wants to explain himself," Roger Andresen told reporters Saturday.

National police chief Sveinung Sponheim told NRK that the suspected gunman's Internet postings "suggest that he has some political traits directed toward the right, and anti-Muslim views, but whether that was a motivation for the actual act remains to be seen."

Oslo: Rescue workers attend to one of the wounded.


Andersen said the suspect posted on websites with Christian fundamentalist tendencies. He did not describe the websites in any more details.

A police official said the suspect appears to have acted alone in both attacks, and that "it seems like this is not linked to any international terrorist organizations at all." The official spoke on condition of anonymity because that information had not been officially released by Norway's police.

"It seems it's not Islamic-terror related," the official said. "This seems like a madman's work."


Oslo: The walking wounded.

Norway has not changed its threat level after twin attacks on the capital and a nearby island retreat, the justice minister said Saturday.

Justice Minister Knut Storberget told reporters Saturday the government was in constant discussion with police and were continually assessing it.

"The debate on the threat level is ongoing," Storberget said.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told reporters Saturday that he had spent many summers on the island of Utoya, which was hosting a youth retreat for his party.

Utoya is "my childhood paradise that yesterday was transformed into Hell," he said at a news conference in the capital at which Storberget also appeared.

Police initially said about 10 were killed at the forested camp on the island, but some survivors said they thought the toll was much higher. Police director Oystein
Maeland told reporters early Saturday they had discovered many more victims.

Maeland said the death toll could rise even more. He said others were severely wounded, but police didn't know how many were hurt.

The island is about 500 yards (meters) from one shore of Tyrifjorden lake, an oddly shaped body of water that is 15 miles (25 kilometers) at its longest and 8 miles (12 kilometers) at its widest.


Anonymous said...

This mass murder was done probably in protest of the airhead immigration policies of the Labour Party of Norway.

Slogan "Alle skal med"
("Include everyone")

The massacre on that island retreat was at an Workers Youth League conference, which is a part of the Labor Party of Norway.

The Workers' Youth League (Bokmål: Arbeidernes Ungdomsfylking, Nynorsk: Arbeidaranes Ungdomsfylking, or AUF) is the youth organization affiliated with the Norwegian Labour Party.

AUF was formed in April 1927, following the merger of Left Communist Youth League and Socialist Youth League of Norway. Its ideology is social democracy and democratic socialism. ... 8Norway%29

Anonymous said...

Add him to the list of race traitors who did more damage to our White Cause than our enemies ever did.

Converting your enemy into a martyr is a failing tactic in the race war.

Our great Whitey Fails?

John Wilkes Booth

Byron de la Beckwith

James Earl Ray

Timothy McVeigh

Anders Behring Breivik

Stop giving the State reasons to condemn freedom loving White Humanity! We lose our liberty because of White Fail!

Stop creating sympathy for our enemies!

Violence only works for the blacks, because White elites will say that we are to blame, but the White elites won't pay any price themselves to "fight hate". They'll get promotions and better jobs with larger tax-exempt foundations.

We are the ones who suffer!

We can never act black and get any benefit from it. Violence is a double weapon against us- we don't get what we want, and our enemies use our actions to hurt the entirety of White Humanity.

Political organizing and activism is the ONLY hope for White Right!

Violence is what our enemy Wants Us To Do!

God, I despise White People sometimes, like right now.