Killer listened to Lux Aeterna, by British composer Clint Mansell, describing it as inspiring and invoking the type of passionate rage within you.' Survivors described Breivik as 'wearing a headset' as he calmly fired on his unarmed targets.
Sports July 25, 2011 at 15:10 ['Sports' is a nickname; he/she is replying to 'Jesus']
Some data of most interest (after I copy it to another forum):
Zionist involvement in the attacks to kill two birds with one stone: to punish Norway for positions contrary to Israel and, by the way, blaming the European nationalism through media network
The slaughter committed on July 22 in Norway took place in a context that is worth paying attention.
There have been two attacks, one against the seat of government and another on the island of Utøya with a two-hour difference between the two.
On the island of Utøya held a meeting-camp of the Youth League Workers' Labor Party (Arbeidaranes Ungdomsfylking, AUF, for its acronym in Norwegian) whose representative, Eskil Pedersen is one of the most important advocates of the boycott of Israel in Europe, and positions of great importance.
Norway's involvement in the boycott of Israel is fundamental and wounded sensibilities.
The academic boycott was led by one of the leading academic institutions in Norway, the University of Bergen, which intends to impose an academic boycott of Israel by conduct described as similar to apartheid (Ynet, January 24, 2010) , accompanied the governing board of the University of Trondheim, where they discussed and voted whether or not to join the academic boycott against Israel.
Just a few months, in April, the university boycott paid off and own Alan M. Dershowitz was in Norway and offered to give lectures on Israel in the three major universities, but all rejected his offer, although they had been invited there Ilan Pappe, or Stephen Walt.
Desrhowitz's complaint against "Norway to boycott pro-Israel speakers" can be read on the following link: http://soysionista.blogspot.com/2011/04 ... s-oradores -pro.html .
The Foreign Minister of Norway, Jonas Gahr Støre said this the day before the slaughter:
"The occupation must end, the wall should be demolished and do it already" ... and did so in the same camp where the massacre took place (source: http://tinyurl.com/3zhsj4w) .
The AUF calls to boycott Israel. Jonas Gahr Store, Foreign Minister of Norway, was received Thursday at the summer camp that takes place in AUF Utøya, where he heard the request to Norway to recognize the Palestinian state.
There the minister toured the camp organized by Eskil Pedersen, leader of the AUF (Reuters).
Last Wednesday, Eskil Pedersen said that the Workers' Youth League (AUF) that Norway wants to impose a unilateral economic embargo on Israel.
"The Workers' Youth League will have a more active policy in the Middle East and we have to recognize Palestine.
"Money is only money," now we need to push the peace process into another lane, "said Pedersen.
Shares of BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) were endorsed in January 2006 by Minister of Economy ( http://www.elreloj.com/article.php?id=16385 ) and have been paid in divestment . Specifically, the August 23, 2010 Norway reported that the Norwegian Petroleum Fund (Norway Oil Fund) withdrew their investments from international construction company Danya Cebus, which belongs to the bottom of Africa-Israel Investments.
In the words of the Minister of Finance "The Board of Ethics emphasizes that the construction in settlements in the occupied territories is a violation of the Geneva Convention on the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War," he said.
"Several resolutions of the Security Council of the United Nations and opinions of the International Court of Justice have concluded that the construction in Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories is prohibited under this Convention," said Economy Minister Sigbjoern Johnsen said in a statement".
The divestment has also spread to the arms deal, and in September 2009 was canceled investment in Elbit, the Israeli arms company
And not only have banned the sale of arms to Israel, but in June 2010 the Norwegian Minister of Eucación made ??an international appeal for this position to boycott Israeli arms companies were shared by the rest of the international community ( http: / / http://www.swedishwire.com/nordic/4809- ... -to-israel ) before the assassination by Israel of nine Turkish activists in the attack on the flotilla.
The Norwegian boycott is supported massively by the population and, according to Israeli sources, in 2010 40 percent of Norwegians and Norwegian refused to buy Israeli products ( http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0.7340.L -3898052.00.html )
Support for the Palestinian people
If Norway has excelled in the boycott of Israel, so has to declare and recognize the Palestinian state.
On July 19, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas visited Norway and the Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre told the TV2 news that Norway is willing to recognize the Palestinian state.
Those words are repeated during which Utøya chat: "We are ready to recognize the Palestinian state.
I'm waiting for the actual wording of the resolution that the Palestinians will present to the UN General Assembly in the month of September"
(source: http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/07/19/53408557. html) .
In autumn it is expected that Palestinian President Abbas Mahmound raise the issue to the UN, which prompted admission to the organization and recognition of Palestinian state according to the prewar borders of 1967 with capital in East Jerusalem.
Neither the U.S. nor Europe support the creation of an independent Palestinian state.
In addition, former Foreign Minister, Kare Willoch, have recently given a Palestinian passport and expressed support for the Palestinians and their situation:
"I've noticed the very grave injustice that has been subjected the Palestinian people and really the entire Western world has a responsibility in it"
(source: http://theforeigner.no/pages/news/abbas ... -minister/ ).
Reactions in Israel
Israel is aware of these actions. In fact, November 15, 2010 the Israeli press reported that "incites hatred Norway against us" (source: ynetnews.com), which resulted in a serious diplomatic conflict. Israel accused the Norwegian government to fund and promote blatant incitement against Israel.
In that case the complaint was for funding and participation of Norway in the dissemination of works that report the suffering of children in Gaza.
This was the full text of the news:
According to reports received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, the municipality of Trondheim financed a trip to New York for students involved in the Gaza Monologues, "which deals with the suffering of children in Gaza following the Israeli occupation '.
The play, written by a Palestinian from Gaza, will be presented at the UN headquarters. The function adds an exposure to a Norwegian artist exhibited in Damascus, Beirut and Amman in cooperation with Norwegian embassies in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
The exhibition shows dead Palestinian babies with Israel's Army helmets reminiscent of the helmets Nazi soldiers and an Israeli flag drenched in blood.
The Norwegians also help distribute at film festivals around the world a documentary entitled Tears of Gaza ("Tears of Gaza"). According to Minister of Foreign Affairs, the film also deals with the suffering of children in Gaza without mentioning Hamas rockets fired at Israel and the right of the latter to defend itself.
In the film are Gazans Itbah al-Yahud singing, but the Norwegian translation says "Israeli massacre" instead of "slaughter the Jews."
It has also recently published a book written by two Norwegian doctors were the only foreigners in Gaza gave interviews during the Cast Lead. [=Hail of bullets? - rerev] The book, which accuses Israel Army soldiers of deliberately killing women and children, is a bestseller in Norway and has been warmly recommended by none other than the Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
The Israeli embassy in Norway has strongly protested against the involvement of authorities in the demonization of Israel. "The official policy of Norway and expressed understanding and reconciliation talks said on Sunday night an Israeli authority, but since the war in Gaza, Norway has become a superpower in regard to export-oriented multimedia delegitimize Israel while using the Norwegian taxpayer money to produce and disseminate those materials. "
Avalon Daniel, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, said in a meeting with members of the Norwegian Parliament that "this type of activity away from the possibilities of reconciliation and promotes radicalization of the Palestinian position that prevents them from negotiating."
The Norwegians have responded to Israeli criticism saying the government supports freedom of expression and not intervene to alter the content of works of art.
Source; http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0, 7340, L-3984621, 00.html
The Israeli press has published more papers noting that relations between the two countries definitely do not pass their prime.
Should be added that Norway has held talks with Hamas since it formed a unity government in 2007, thus moving away from U.S. and European position and deeply troubling to Israel, as expected ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/6470669.stm ).
The bad relations become a highlight in the President's own statements of Israel, Shimon Peres, who in May 2011 said that dialogue with Hamas is to support this terrorist organization, to which Jonas Gahr Store-Norwegian Foreign Minister - said, "we condemn organizations that are involved in terrorism, but Norway considers that having a few lists that include a so-called terrorist organization does not serve our goals"
( http://www.newsinenglish.no/ 2011/05/06/peres-criticizes-norway-on-hamas / ).
It seems that Norwegians who are putting on the table "definition of terrorism," a simple label that gives its name to a list and immediately condemn millions of people to a genocidal blockade or a deadly attack.
Interestingly, the "terrorist" accused of the slaughter Norwegian Anders Breivik Behring, is being mentioned as a supporter of a blog called "Fjordman" take time and their messages appear with links to Jihad Watch, Gates of Vienna
If so, Fjordman's blog shows that an extremist would Breivic neocon who hates especially Muslims, and also pro-Israeli, see the blog, "why Israel's struggle is also our struggle" ( http:// vladtepesblog.com /? p = 21 434 ).
Could it be that in the end, the tentacles of the State of Israel are not so far away from this carnage, the end of the day would not have been the first to commit, nor, unfortunately, be the last.
Yes, the Norwegian Workers Youth League (AUF), the Norwegian Foreign Minister and his government have received a tremendous full blow.
Just who are positioned over the rejection of the genocidal policy of Israel towards the Palestinian people are suffering the most, previously warned by Israel of its "tremendous courage" ... something in Israeli parlance means you pay the consequences
To make matters murkier, much of his 1,500 page manifesto was directly lifted from the infamous Theodore Kaczynski, better known as “the Unabomber”.
Nearly one dozen passages were directly copied from the Unabomber’s manifesto without attribution and with the only changes being the exchanges of some words to match Breivik’s rhetoric.
This was discovered by some observant Norwegian bloggers and was utilized by the mainstream Western media not to question the validity and providence of Breivik’s manifesto but instead to reinforce the contrived Unabomber-Breivik connection.
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