Accused insurgent Anders Behring Breivik allegedly wrote his 1,500-page manifest detailing his plans with help from the English Defence League (EDL).
According to The Daily Telegraph, the 32-year-old, who disguised himself as “Andrew Berwick” wrote this work with an Englishman man anonymously named Richard, branded as the ‘perfect knight’. It was titled “London, 2011”. His detailed plans took nine years to complete.
In this document, he continuously accused former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown for making London a “global hub of Islamic terrorism”. He also claimed he wished to create a nuclear weapon to hold Western governments at ransom, with the potential of killing two million people.
“The order is to serve as an armed Indigenous Rights Organisation and as a Crusader Movement”, he wrote, saying an English Protestant hosted the session. Another English extremist was also present as well as French, German, Greek, Dutch and Russian delegates.”
Mr Breivik, the man responsible for killing over 90 people has allegedly visited London in the past meeting with Far Right-Wing extremists, but Scotland Yard are investigating further to confirm this. Officers have announced Breivik has not visited the UK this year.
The EDL has issued an official statement denying any contact with the killer.
“We can categorically state that there has never been any official contact between him and the EDL,” it read.
Breivik’s father was said to be in “absolute horror” that his son would do something as destructive as this. The lawyer representing the killer said his client reveals hi actions were both “atrocious, but necessary”.
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