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July 25th, 2011
Norwegian Terrorist Info

The 10 Things You Need to Know About the Terrorist Attack in Norway


#1.)  On Friday, a terrorist set off a car bomb outside some government buildings in Oslo, Norway.  Then he went to a political youth retreat on an island 20 miles outside the city, and WHILE people there were discussing the bombing, he started shooting and killing everyone he saw.



#2.)  In the end, 93 people were murdered, and most of them were children and teenagers.  Five are still missing.  Seven were killed by the bomb, and 86 at the youth retreat.  The missing people may have drowned while trying to swim away from the island.



#3.)  At first, Islamic terrorists tried to take credit for the attacks, but they didn't do it.  No, the terrorist here was a white, blond-haired, blue-eyed 32-year-old Norwegian man named Anders Behring Breivik.  And they think he acted alone.



--As a comparison, this is like a Norwegian TIMOTHY MCVEIGH situation . . . a homegrown terrorist who grew so deranged in his hate toward the government that he attacked his own country.  McVeigh killed 168 people in Oklahoma City in 1995.



#4.)  The day of the attack, Breivik published a 1,500-page manifesto online.  It features rants AGAINST Muslims and their presence in Europe, and calls for a European civil war to overthrow governments and eliminate multiculturalism.



#5.)  It also appears that Breivik plagiarized some of his manifesto from THE UNABOMBER.  He envisions himself as a hero and a genius.  But basically he's just a psychopath who tragically followed through on his horrible thoughts.



#6.)  Breivik was captured alive.  Norway doesn't have the death penalty.  However, they can detain someone forever if they're deemed a dangerous terrorist . . . so he'll be locked up for the rest of his life.



#7.)  The camp that Breivik shot up was being run by the Labour political party.  The Labour party has always supported immigration and multiculturalism in Norway.



#8.)  Here's an example of how HORRIBLE this attack was.  At the camp, Breivik dressed up as a police officer and told teenagers that it was okay to come outside, because he was a cop.  When they would come outside, he would shoot them.



#9.)  It took more than an HOUR for the police to get to the camp to stop him.  The camp was on an island and they didn't have adequate boats to get a special armed unit over there.



#10.)  Breivik will be in court today and says he wants to explain himself.  His lawyer told reporters, quote, "He has said he believed the actions were atrocious, but that in his head they were necessary . . . [to bring] a revolution." 



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