Anders Behring Breivik isn’t a lunatic. This isn’t an obvious schizophrenic in the mold of Jared Loughner.
This is someone who clearly understands the gravity of the situation and who was disturbed enough by what is being done to his country and his civilization to take matters into his own hands.
Just watching this video, I found myself thinking: we always knew that it was going to come to this, we always knew the Eurabian civil war was inevitable, we always knew the revolt was coming (legally or otherwise) against the EUnuchs who have led our race to the brink of destruction.
Breivik clearly states that he isn’t an “ethnocentrist” or a “racist” and that he is “pro-Israel”: by his own admission, he is more of a “counter-jihadist” Geert Wilders-style neocon, not one of our people.
As Whites are pushed into minority status in Europe and America by their own “leadership,” it is inevitable that people like Anders “The Incorruptible” Breivik here will start fighting back. This is what the French Revolution looked like when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette lost their heads.
Back then they used the guillotine. You couldn’t vote out the establishment. You can’t vote out the establishment in countries like Germany today.
In the United States, we always knew that BRA wouldn’t last forever, and that it would eventually collapse under the weight of its own fiscal instability. The only real question was how long would it take for that day to get here.
Well, if something like this happening in Norway is any indication of where we are headed in the future, juxtaposed as it is here with Obama’s press conference this afternoon on the debt ceiling (“let them eat steak on SNAP EBT cards”), then that day is a lot closer than we all think.
This little tempest in Norway is only the first dark cloud of the Category 5 historical hurricane approaching offshore. I hope Washington and Wall Street are paying close attention to this and taking notes.
James Howard Kunstler has been saying for years that something like this would eventually happen to the Wall Street hedge fund managers and media mavens in the Hamptons who destroyed the American economy.
Taking the long view, I can look over the historical horizon and see a much bigger catastrophe coming, the second coming of the French Revolution, when millions of ruined formerly middle class American and European dreamers taking out their frustrations on “the establishment” over “austerity measures” and forced “Islamization” in a similar way, not isolated individuals flying a plane into an IRS building or acting out the Doom video game on Norway’s center left elite, but mobilized communities.
I’m not endorsing what has been done here. Don’t twist my words. I am just observing that this is indicative, historically speaking, of the type of cataclysm that happens when a government and especially “a political class” loses its legitimacy and comes to be perceived as “the enemy of the people.”
And let’s be honest here: the Norwegian political class really is effectively an “enemy of the people,” and the EUnuchs really are even more uninspiring than Louis XVI and his court at Versailles, which is why someone like Breivik felt pushed to do this. It is engaged in what is effectively the genocide of the Norwegian people.
If you want to understand where Breivik was coming from, watch his video, and then watch the second video, which directly references the EUnuchs dispassionately commenting on the fact that 100 percent of the rape in Oslo is committed by Muslims, which was made possible by multiculturalism, political correctness, and mass immigration.
That’s why Anders Behring Breivik saw himself as Charles Martel and decided to retaliate against the Norwegian government and the Norwegian political class.
Can you blame him? In Norway, you can aspire to be a gelded effeminate EUnuch preaching political correctness, gay marriage, and multiculturalism in Brussels, or see yourself as Knights Templar 2083 – a far more attractive fantasy ideology – heroically fighting to save Western Christendom from the spectre of Eurabia.
23 percent of Americans believe Washington has the consent of the governed in the United States. How many Americans out there in flyover country perceive Paul Krugman and Ben Bernanke to be “enemies of the people.”
Someone really ought to do that survey.
What you are seeing in Norway is one man launching his own French Revolution on the establishment. The modern version of the sans culottes has arrived with Fjordman playing the role of Voltaire. Assuredly, this won’t be the last such incident, as the grievances which provoked this attack will only inspire more such rampages.
The violence struck the political class this time, instead of ordinary people in the streets of Norway, instead of forgotten victims like Brittney Watts in Atlanta, who are murdered or victimized all the time because of unpopular policies made in Brussels and Washington.
The media is comparing Breivik to Timothy McVeigh. This is really someone more in the mold of Maximilien Robespierre and a scene more out of the Reign of Terror at Versailles. Anders Behring Breivik determined that the establishment was guilty of “high treason” for “crimes against the people.”
There was never a vote on the Islamization of Europe. There was never a vote on the Hispanization of America. There was never a vote on forced multiculturalism. There was never a vote on political correctness. There was never a vote on debasing our currency or the Wall Street bailout.
There was certainly never a vote on mass immigration, mosques, and Muslim rapists – the EUnuchs in Brussels imposed these unpopular policies on the people, and called it “democracy,” because like the aristocrats who were overthrown in the French Revolution, these technocrats believed the people of Europe were too stupid to make their own decisions.
They forgot how democracy came to Europe.
When France went bankrupt as a result of its “financial crisis,” the Ancien Régime was swept out of power by the Third Estate. Maybe it wouldn’t have happened if Louis XVI and the Bourbon establishment of the 1790s could have kept raising “the debt ceiling” forever.