These are excerpts from Anders Behring Breiviks comments on document.no. These are not views I share, they’re merely meant to orient people on the political sympathies of this man. The bulleted lines are my summaries of his views.
Translated from http://www.document.no/anders-behring-breivik/
- You’re not supposed to sympathise with Palestine, and he’s got no sympathy for today’s churches
“But the Protestant church of today is a joke. Ministers in jeans marching for Palestine and churches that look like minimalistic shopping malls.”
- He equates Islam, Communism and Nazism and considers them all dangerous ideologies of hate
“And then we have the relationship between conservative Muslims and so-called ‘moderate Muslims.’
There are moderate Nazis too, who don’t support gassing Gypsies or Jews. But they are still Nazis and want to be able to sit and watch when the conservative Nazis strike (if that ever happens). Are we to accept moderate Nazis as long as they distance themselves from gassing Gypsies and Jews?”
“For me it is very hypocritical to treat Muslims, Nazis and Marxists differently. They are all supporters of ideologies of hate. Not all Muslims, Nazis and Marxists are conservative, most are moderate. But
does it matter? A moderate Nazi might, after having experienced fraud, choose to become conservative. A moderate Muslim can, after being refused to enter a club, become conservative, etc.
It is obvious that the moderate supporters of ideologies of hate, at a later date may choose conservatism.
Islam(ism) has historically caused 300 million deaths
Communism has historically caused 100 million deaths
Nazism has historically caused 6-20 million deaths
All ideologies of hate should be treated the same.”
- He’s not a Norwegian nationalist
“The so-called anti-multiculturals in the US base their rhetoric on ethnocentrism alone which therefore very much differs from Europeans. This is the main reason why we have to separate struggles for American and European culture. I intend to stay away from American issues because of this.”
- He wanted to bomb Iran and possibly Saudiarabia as well
“I’ve never understood why the West focuses so incredibly much on Iran and so little on the Wahhabi leadership in Saudi which after all is the most dangerous and powerful Muslim central power. Of course we should as soon as possible bomb their suspicious installations but otherwise focus a lot more on Saudi. Can it have something to do with Iran not being a major exporter of oil?”
- He distances himself from nationalism and is in favour of a new right
“Ethnocentric movements such as the BNP, National Front are NOT successful and will never be able to get over 10% support (BNP has 5%, FN has 7%). You can’t fight racism (multicultural) with racism. Ethnocentrism is therefor the complete opposite of what we want to achieve.
We have chosen the Vienna School of Thought as our ideological foundation. This means resistance towards multiculturalism and islamisation (on a cultural foundation). All our ideological arguments are based on anti-racism.”
- According to him, you’re not supposed to recognise ethnicity
“I’ve been given the impression that the younger generations in Oslo don’t completely manage to see the political context here. They witness racist attacks but don’t completely understand that this is Jihad (political/cultural attacks). They therefore counter what they experience as racism with racism.
It’s my hope that they will see the cultural/political context but you shouldn’t ignore the fact that the new young generations are moving towards ethnocentrism.”
- He identifies with Fjordman, Robert Spencer etc.
“I then felt it was more important to contribute to developing/promoting political doctrines abroad especially British, German, French, American. I ran businesses for a few years while I was studying and earned a couple of millions so that I could finance a politically active existence without means. I now use these funds to be able to work full time to further develop/promote the Vienna School (Vienna school of thought) that Fjordman, Bat Yeor, Spencer and many others have already contributed so much to.”
“To sums up the Vienna school of thought:
– Cultural Conservatism (anti-multiculturalism)
– Against Islamisation
– Anti-authoritarian (opposition against all authoritarian ideologies of hate)
– Pro-Israel/defender of non-Muslim minorities in Muslim countries
– Defender of the cultural aspects of Christianity
– To reveal the Eurabia project and the Frankfurt School (neomarxism/cultural marxism/multiculturalism)
– Doesn’t take sides in economic policy issues and can therefore gather everything from socialists to capitalists”
- Character isn’t very important, “the enemy doesn’t have any”
“We were honest once, but Marx and Muhammad have forced us to be more like them, unfortunately.
They had their ‘Frankfurt school’. We’re on the way to develop our own ‘Vienna school’ out of necessity.
Embrace it! They’ve made the rules, we only follow them. ;)”
- Apparently, Israel isn’t a racist state
“The main problem when cultural conservatives and cultural marxists debate is that the perception of reality is TOO different
Many cultural marxists view Israel as a ‘racist’ state.
Cultural conservatives are divided when they feel the conflict is based on Islamistic imperialism, that Islam is a political ideology and not a race. Cultural conservatives feel that Israel has the right to defend itself against Jihad.”
“They can’t admit these central Muslim concepts. Because if they do that then the main argument about Israel being a ‘racist state’ and that this isn’t a race war (Israelis vs Arabs) and not defending against Jihad (Kafr vs Ummah).”
- Being a friend of Israel and an anti-racist is pivotal for him
Critical of multiculturalism (Anti-cultural marxism)
Pro FrP [Progress Party] (maybe Høyre [right party])
Pro Israel (+ support for Armenia, Christian Copts / Maronite / Assyrians, culturallu conservative Indians, support for the establishment of a Christian state Biafra, Southern Nigeria and support to the establishment of a Christian state in Sudan,support for Russian / Thai / Philippines / China + battle against Jihad) ”
- He’s gay-friendly too, apparently
“Bawer is probably not the right person to do the bridge-building. He’s a liberal anti-jihadist and not a cultural conservative in many areas. I’ve got my suspicions that he’s TOO paranoid (considering his homophile inclination). It can appear as if he fears that ‘cultural conservatives’ might become a problem for homophiles in the future. He therefore neglects seizing the opportunity to influence these in a positive direction? This seems completely irrational.”