Jens Stoltenberg is a traitor.
We can separate Anders Breivik’s claims from his actions in Norway. Let’s consult the dictionary to analyze these claims on their own merit.
We are looking to see if Jens Stoltenberg fits the description of a “traitor”:
Treason: The betrayal of trust. The offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance or to kill or personally injure the sovereign or the sovereign’s family.
Admittedly, the term “treason” is more problematic than it first seems, and Anders Breivik would appear to be the traitor here, if treason is understood as violating your allegiance to the Norwegian state.
By that definition, George Washington and Robert E. Lee were traitors. Washington and Lee owed their allegiance to Great Britain and the United States, but they felt a higher allegiance than the one due to the state. Benedict Arnold, the most famous traitor in American history, could be considered a patriot for fighting for King George III.
Is it fair to compare Jens Stoltenberg to Benedict Arnold? Not really.
Benedict Arnold was the hero of Saratoga which was a major military victory for the American cause. Arnold only sold out the Continental Congress whose legitimacy was not yet established in a civil war between the English and the Americans.
Jens Stoltenberg has sold out Western civilization. He is guilty of betraying Norway and the West. This man is a fifth column within Norway who has thrown open the gates of his nation to a barbarian invasion. In Oslo, 100 percent of rapes of Norwegian women are committed by barbarian rapists.
George Washington and Robert E. Lee were not traitors. They were heroes who had conflicting loyalties. Their primary allegiance was to the people of Virginia, not to the British monarchy, which Virginians believed they had the right to separate from.
The Great Seal of Virginia depicts Virtue, with a spear in hand, with her foot on the prostrate and deceased body of Tyranny, whose crown lies nearby – Sic semper tyrannis, “death to tyrants,” is the Virginia state motto.
If George Washington and Robert E. Lee were alive today, neither of these Virginians would have approved of Anders Breivik’s attack on the communist youth league, but they certainly would have agreed that Jens Stoltenberg is the worst kind of traitor imaginable, which is to say, a race traitor who has sold out his own people.
In the Republic, the Romans used to hurl traitors like Jens Stoltenberg from the Tarpeian Rock after they were convicted by the quaestores parricidii.
According to early Roman histories, when the Sabine ruler Titus Tatius attacked Rome after the Rape of the Sabines (8th century BC), the Vestal Virgin Tarpeia, daughter of Spurius Tarpeius, governor of the citadel on the Capitoline Hill, betrayed the Romans by opening the city gates for the Sabines in return for ‘what they bore on their arms.’ She believed that she would receive their golden bracelets. Instead, the Sabines crushed her to death with their shields, and her body was buried in the rock that now bears her name.
About 500 BC, Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, the seventh legendary king of Rome, leveled the top of the rock, removing the shrines built by the Sabines, and built the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus on the intermontium — the area between the two summits of the hill. The rock itself survived this remodelling, being used for executions well into Sulla’s time (early 1st century BC).
To be hurled off the Tarpeian Rock was, in some sense, a fate worse than death, because it carried with it a stigma of shame. The standard method of execution in ancient Rome was by strangulation in the Tullianum. Rather, the rock was reserved for the most notorious traitors, and as a place of unofficial, extra-legal executions (for example, the near-execution of then-Senator Gaius Marcius Coriolanus by a mob whipped into frenzy by a tribune of the plebs).
In the eyes of the Romans, the most notorious traitors were those who opened the gates of the city to foreign invaders (the open borders lobby), the fifth column that assisted the barbarians.
Is Jens Stoltenberg not the worst kind of traitor imaginable? Is this man not crazier than Nero for throwing out the welcome mat for an Islamic invasion of Norway?
When lunatics and traitors like Jens Stoltenberg control the government, patriots and concerned citizens will always be denounced as “extremists,” especially when their madness is not identified as such.
If Anders Breivik is a “mass murderer,” then Jens Stoltenberg is the traitor who created him.