Media reports have noted that accused Oslo bomber Anders Behring Breivik indicated through his online spewings that he is a fan of professional IslamophobePam Geller, who led the protests against New York's "Ground Zero Mosque" last Sept. 11. At the time, we noted the irony that the same pseudo-left hucksters (especially Workers World Party and its satellites) that organized the counter-protest against Geller's thugs ironically shared in demonization of the Muslims of Bosnia and Kosova with such right-wing mosque-opponents as Terry Jones and Glenn Beck. Now, as paranoid pseudo-left hucksters line up to charge (on no evidence) that Breivik is a Mossad agent, it emerges that he was actually motivated by... rage at NATO's bombardment of the Serbs! This from AP, July 25:
Anders Behring Breivik said he was a boy when his life's path began to turn. It was during the first Gulf War, when a Muslim friend cheered at reports of missile attacks against American forces.
"I was completely ignorant at the time and apolitical but his total lack of respect for my culture (and Western culture in general) actually sparked my interest and passion for it," the suspect in Norway's bombing and mass shooting wrote in his 1,500-page manifesto.
The 32-year-old Norwegian said it was the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 that "tipped the scales" for him because he sympathized with Serbia's crackdown on ethnic Albanian Muslims in Kosovo. A year later he said he realized that what he called the "Islamization of Europe" couldn't be stopped by peaceful means.
As this YouTube interview with Alex Jones TV indicates, Wayne Madsen—the conspiranoid who is leading the charge on the Mossad-Oslo thesis—likewise demonizes the "Bosnian Muslim forces" as "working quite closely with bin Laden" (again on no evidence, except some conveniently anonymous "sources"). The only difference is that for Breivik, the Israelis are heroic defenders against the Muslim menace, whereas for Madsen they are insidious sponsors of the Muslim menace in relentless "false flag" operations. It would be amusing if it weren't so sinister, and if so many "leftists" didn't fall for this jive—seemingly oblivious to how they are legitimizing fascistic propaganda.
Speaking of fascism, this from a July 24 JTA analysis of Breivik's self-penned manifesto:
In numerous online postings, including a manifesto published on the day of the attacks, Breivik promoted the Vienna School or Crusader Nationalism philosophy, a mishmash of anti-modern principles that also calls for "the deportation of all Muslims from Europe" as well as from "the West Bank and the Gaza Strip."
According to the manifesto, titled "2083: A European Declaration of Independence" and published under the pseudonym Andrew Berwick, the Vienna School supports "pro-Zionism/Israeli nationalism."
Breivik listed numerous European Freedom Parties and neo-Nazi parties as potential allies because of their anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim stance, and mentioned that right-wing populists like Dutch politician Geert Wilders "have to condemn us at this point which is fine. It is after all essential that they protect their reputational shields."
Now, this is very cute. We noted earlier that Breivik had invoked Geert Wilders, and that Wilders had issued a requisite disavowal. Breivik's own manifesto apparently anticipated that very disavowal—and, convincingly, its bogus nature! More from the JTA report:
Among the potential allies he listed for Germany were the three largest neo-Nazi parties—the National Democratic Party, Deutsche Volksunion and Republikaner. In Holland, Wilders' Freedom Party topped the list, and the British National Party topped a long list of potential supporters in the United Kingdom.
European right-populist parties increasingly have been waving the flag of friendship with Israel, as well as expressing vehement opposition to Europe's multicultural society.
Last month, after it emerged that German-Swedish far-right politician Patrik Brinkmann had met in Berlin with Israeli Likud Party lawmaker Ayoub Kara, who is deputy minister for development of the Negev and Galilee, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman wrote to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanding that Kara be prevented from making further trips abroad. According to Ynet, Lieberman accused Kara of meeting with neo-Nazis and causing damage to Israel's image. Brinkman said he had reached out to Israeli rightists hoping to build a coalition against Islam.
So it seems that the Zionist-fascist alliance that Breivik advocates is actually pretty well-advanced. If only followers of the idiot left like Madsen and Workers World could see how they are playing into its hands...