Terror-indicted Anders Behring Breivik documented everything about his Islamist and Marxist hatred on the Internet.
Police sources tell TV2 Mr Breivik uploaded an English-language video to YouTube just hours before the bomb went off. In the over 12-minute video, which the broadcaster calls ‘mainly anti-Marxist and anti-Islamic propaganda’, (readers will have to register with YouTube to watch the video) he calls for a war against both, and compares himself with a knight. Mr Breivik used to be a member of the 'Knights Templar', today an order within the Masonic Movement, has been excluded from the Masonic Order.
Mr Breivik also published a 1,517-page manifest the same day as the attacks, where he alleges Oslo Muslims have assaulted, threatened, or tried to rob him ‘just’ eight times between 15 and 21 years old.
Claiming the first was when some Pakistanis tried to rob him at a concert, this was only averted because, “luckily, I knew one the members of the hard-core Pakistani A-gang, who said I was under his protection.”
Mr Breivik alleges teargas made his attacker think twice during another attempted assualt.
“I always have it with me when I am out late,” he writes.
In the manifest, he also claims his friends have been seriously attacked, and on one occasion raped, mourning over the fact that “they have transformed my beloved Oslo into a multicultural shithole.”
“Our major cities will be destroyed as long as multiculturalism is allowed to be the prevailing ideology.”
Regarding Friday’s attacks, Mr Breivik writes he began planning them nine years ago. He was an active member of the Far-Right Progress Party’s youth movement (FpU) at the time.
The document also reveals he lead a double life and spent 80 days preparing the bomb. Using anabolic steroids in the weeks and months prior to the attacks, he increased his weight from 86 to 93 kilos over a six-week period.
“I have never been stronger than I am today,” he wrote.
Moreover, Mr Breivik took a mixture of ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin as a stimulant to raise his stamina.
In the 1,500-page detailed account of his political leanings, attacks, type of equipment and choice of targets, he states, “We must convince our enemies that there is no hiding place. We shall come after every one of them, if not today then tomorrow, or in 10, 30 or 50 years. We will never forget what they have done and what they continue to do. It is ourresponsibility to stop it.”
The attacks have left 92 people dead so far, 85 on Utøya and 7 in Oslo. At today’s press conference, police confirm there are still dead bodies lying in the government headquarter ruins. 97 people have also been injured, 10 of them seriously.
“All my friends can attest to that I would never hurt a fly,” writes Mr Breivik, claiming he has only provoked a conflict once in his life.
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