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Hackers have reportedly broken into Norway shooter Anders Behring Breivik's email account and turned the contents over to police in an effort to help their investigation.
The Cultural Conspiracy Theory That Fed Anders Breivik's Transformation From Disaffected Graffiti Artist to Cold-Blooded MurdererThe world is still struggling to understand the warped psyche of Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian citizen who masterminded the worst terrorist attack in the country's history two weeks ago, detonating a lethal bomb in the heart of Oslo before methodically gunning down teenagers at an island youth camp while dressed as a police officer.
The paranoid style in politics often imagines unlikely alliances that coalesce into an overwhelming threat that must be countered by all necessary means.
The Twitter account belonging to Anders Behring Breivik, the man who murdered over 90 people in Norway in twin attacks over a week ago, appears to have been hacked. That tweet indicates that "hacktivist" group Anonymous is behind the hack. More of the hacked tweets:
Norway's PM Jens Stoltenberg talks to reporters. Photo: Scanpix Scanpix / Reuters One of the most sensitive aspects of the murderous terrorist attack in Norway by a right-wing gunman is this irony: The youth camp he attacked was engaged in what was essentially (though the campers didn’t see it that way, no doubt) a pro-terrorist program. The camp, run by Norway’s left-wing party, was lobbying for breaking the blockade of the terrorist Hamas regime in the Gaza Strip, and for immediate recognition of a Palestinian state, without that entity needing to do anything that would prevent it from being used as a terrorist base against Israel.
As Anders Breivik continued his now-infamous assault on Utoya Island that eventually left dozens dead in Oslo last week, the gunman expected armed police to attack him at any moment and halt his brutal rampage, according to a lawyer.
Oslo police under fire for slow reaction Deputy Chief of Oslo Police Sveinung Sponheim (L) and Oslo Police Chief of Staff Johan Fredriksen during a press conference at the police headquarters in Oslo on July 26 Norway's special forces are under heavy criticism for their slow response to the last week's bombing and shooting attacks that killed at least 76 people.
Breivik's lawyer: 'This whole case indicates he's insane' Link to video: Anders Behring Breivik's lawyer: 'This whole case indicates he's insane'
Brundtland, who led three Labour Party governments in the 1980s and 1990s and is often called "mother of the nation", gave a speech on the island the day of the slaughter and left before Anders Behring Breivik arrived. "Anders Behring Breivik had plans to come to Utoeya (island) while Gro Harlem Brundtland was visiting on Friday, but claims under interrogation that he was delayed," Aftenposten reported on Monday, citing unnamed sources. Brundtland, a Harvard-educated physician, has been a champion of social democratic policy approaches worldwide, and served as president of the World Health Organisation from 1998 to 2003.The report said Breivik made the remarks under questioning by police in advance of a court hearing on Monday.
Another senior member of the EDL, who spoke to The Daily Telegraph on condition of anonymity, said he understood Breivik had met EDL leaders when he came to Britain to hear Wilders speak in London last year.
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Samleside: Alle våre saker om tragedien 1 Nordmenn provosert av Fox News' terrordekning 2 Verden sørget med Norge 3 Se bildene: Et hav av folk og blomster fylte gatene 4 Politiet vil etter hvert vurdere terrorhandlingene Breivik har erkjent opp mot en ny paragraf, straffelovens paragraf 102 5 , som ble innført i 2008. Den omhandler forbrytelser mot menneskeheten, herunder forfølgelse av en gruppe basert på politisk grunnlag, og har en strafferamme på 30 års fengsel. Paragrafen sorterer innunder kapittelet for blant annet folkemord.
Although Breivik’s conspiracy theories are insane, they are in line with mainstream opinion among American conservatives. He cites Christopher Monckton’s speech before the Minnesota Free Market Institute in 2009, accusing President Obama of trying to cede United States sovereignty to the United Nations through climate treaties. Monckton — a rabid conspiracy theorist who claims his opponents are Nazis — was a Republican witness before Congress on global warming in 2010. Breivik also believed that the “Climategate” hacking incident “revealed how top scientists conspired to falsify data in the face of declining global temperatures in order to prop up the premise that man-made factors are driving climate change.” One of his sources for this delusional claim is right-wing climate conspiracy theorist James Delingpole, who regularly appears on Fox News, including Glenn Beck ‘s now defunct show.