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Post  tgII on Thu 28 Jul 2011, 07:40

Herr Flames, start here...



here...



and here...



...that should be sufficient enough for now to keep you in 'German occupied territory.'

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Post  Sputnik on Thu 28 Jul 2011, 13:46

All I hear in the last days since this hideous crime is how the EU needs MORE internet surveillance.
The most incredible bs I've heard in the 8 o clock news is a new keyboard with an integrated button that when pressed will make a screenshot and send it straight to the public authority agency. This hillarious proposal must have been "masterminded" by the Ex-Stasi....it just doesn't work in the internet this way.
I am imagining the TROLL WARS this would incite..in which every and each side is going to press the red button on each other, keeping the state agencies busy for years on end...LOL

Concerning the blame pasted on all Eurosceptic movements and generally SCEPTIC people concerning the MANY European issues....it was indeed quite telling how fast they screamed the slogan..**if you are against our immigration policies and the way we run the EU...then you are "crazy" and must be "silenced"..** - it almost looks like they REALLY needed Breivik to appear..

Same 'Dress-Code' here:







(ughh, remember this ugly dress of Michelle Obama?..makes her look like a poisonous spider)

but 'the scheme' is as you pointed it out TG...

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 29 Jul 2011, 01:15

Big powerful colours that red and black Cool

That Nina looks like the James Bond Villain JAWS love Child
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 29 Jul 2011, 23:30

After Oslo: Time to Crack Down On Mossad Terrorism
Wayne MADSEN (USA) | 25.07.2011 | 09:05


Israel’s most secret and tried-and-true weapon is the “false flag” terrorist attack.

State-sponsored terrorism is defined by Encyclopedia Britannica as the “systematic use of violence to create a general climate of fear in a population and thereby to bring about a particular political objective [and] is employed by governments -- or more often by factions within governments -- against that government's citizens, against factions within the government, or against foreign governments or groups.”

On July 22, a bomb, said to be an Oklahoma City-type explosive device, crafted with fertilizer and diesel fuel, blew up in downtown Oslo, Norway, in the heart of the government district. Shortly thereafter, a man dressed in a Norwegian police uniform opened fire on a Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya in Tyri fjord. Access to the island was by boat only. Over 100 people were killed in the twin terror attacks.

Almost immediately, the world’s corporate media began pushing the story that those who were responsible for the blast and mass shooting were associated with “Al Qaeda” and other radical Islamist groups. CNN’s Washington, DC chief anchor Wolf Blitzer, a former spokesman for the powerful American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) lobby and a correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, began his late afternoon program by pointing to “Al Qaeda” and radical Islamists as the chief culprits for the terrorist attacks in Norway.

CNN paraded out a number “experts,” in actuality, propagandists for the Israeli agenda linked to neo-conservative outlets and the Pentagon’s “terrorism industrial complex,” before the cameras to advance the radical Islamist meme even as Norwegian authorities pinned blame on the attack on at least one perpetrator, a Norwegian named Anders Behring Breivik. CNN constantly showed footage of frightened people in downtown Oslo running for their lives from the site of the blast, as well as still photograph of a pall of light-brown smoke over downtown Oslo. Of course, CNN’s intention was to evoke memories of the 9/11 attack in Manhattan.

Breivik, who sometimes anglicized his name as Andrew Berwick in his numerous web postings, was said to be a right-wing Islamophobe who sympathized with Zionism and who was a Freemason… Breivik was also reported to be a fundamentalist Christian but he adopted a stance against the Lutheran Church, the state church of Norway, and argued for a “collective” counter-reformation to return the Protestant churches to the control of the Vatican and the Pope. Breivik lambasted the Lutheran Church and other mainstream Protestant churches, condemning “Priests in jeans who march for Palestine.”

More incredibly, the London tabloid of Rupert Murdoch’s scandal-plagued News International, The Sun, went to press with the following false headline: “Norway’s 911: ‘Al Qaeda’ Massacre.” On March 29, 2011, Harvard Law School’s extremist Zionist Professor Alan Dershowitz penned a piece in the Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal, a newspaper that actively discriminates against the hiring of non-Jews as reporters and editors in violation of U.S. civil rights and equal opportunity employment laws, in which he called Norway anti-Semitic. Dershowitz cited as an example former Norwegian Prime Minister Kare Willock’s criticism of President Barack Obama’s choice of Rahm Emanuel as his chief of staff because he is Jewish. In fact, Emanuel’s pro- Israeli sympathies as a former member of the Israel Defense Force are what prompted many political observers in Washington and elsewhere to question his primary loyalty to the United States.

A network of Israeli bloggers pushed a claim of responsibility on a previously-unknown group called Ansar al-Jihad al-Alami (the Helpers of the Global Jihad). The group’s claims were picked up and run by several corporate media outlets and then pulled when it was discovered the claim was a hoax. Mossad has a program to distribute bogus claims of responsibility for Islamist terrorist attacks via “Jihadist” websites that are actually operated by the Mossad and a network of “hasbaratchiks,” Israeli and foreign Jews who act as propagandists on the web. These hasbara (propaganda) agents and volunteers operate through such programs as Megaphone and GIYUS (“Give Israel Your United Support.”) After the attempt to blame the Norway attacks on Islamists failed, the “hasbaratchiks” shifted to “sock puppet” troll mode, posting comments on blogs that criticized allegations that Mossad and Zionists were behind the Norway attacks, emphasizing that such beliefs were “anti-Semitic” and wild “conspiracy theories.” Some Israeli “sock puppets” even offered lunatic suggestions that Breivik was planted by Islamists to make Israel and Zionists look bad.

When the “Islamist” connection to the holocaust in Norway was shown to be non-existent after Norwegian security and police agencies began looking at the evidence, the corporate media switched its propaganda line from “radical Islam” being responsible to “far –right extremism” opposed to multiculturalism and immigration in Europe as the culprit. Even outlets that in the past had been known for their independence from the corporate media line, including Al Jazeera and RT [formerly known as Russia Today], echoed the line that Breivik primarily represented right-wing opposition to Muslim immigrants in Europe. Al Jazeera repeated the line that Breivik was a “lone madman,” the insinuation being that he was not linked to any wider network. While Breivik certainly was associated with the far-right xenophobic elements in Norway, Europe, and North America, there was no mention by the corporate media of his admiration for such American Zionist Islamophobes as Richard Pipes and Pam Geller. Geller led the bigoted anti-Muslim campaign against an Islamic Center near the site of “Ground Zero,” the former World Trade Center site, in lower Manhattan. Breivik posted a number of his anti-Muslim and pro-Zionist screeds on the Norwegian website www.document.no, which is operated by Hans-Kristian Rustad, a Norwegian pro-Israeli journalist.

No corporate media outlets reported that the brand of far-right extremism of Breivik is closely associated with Zionist-supported far-right anti-immigrant political parties and movements in Western Europe, including the mis-named Progress Party of Norway, the Dutch Freedom Party of Islamophobe Geert Wilders, the Sweden Democrats, Finland’s True Finns Party, the Danish People’s Party, the English Defense League, the Pro-Germany Citizen’s Movement, and a pan-Nordic fascist terrorist group called “Nordiske.” Breivik also expressed support for the Tea Party in the United States…

The European anti-Muslim xenophobic network is linked to the notorious publication of Prophet Muhammad cartoons by the neo-conservative Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and Norway’s Dagbladet. The Euro-xenophobes are supported by the longtime Zionist Bernard-Henri Levy, the French philosopher who is a friend of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and disgraced former International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn. It is noteworthy that Levy is one of the major backers of the Libyan rebels fighting Muammar Qaddafi. Norway announced it was pulling its aircraft from the NATO campaign in Libya at the end of July. Norway also announced its support for Palestine’s sovereignty resolution in the UN General Assembly in September.

As more and more evidence pointed to Oslo being yet another example of a state-sponsored terrorist attack by Israel’s Mossad, the corporate media studiously avoided mentioning how the Norwegian government through its recent actions, had become a major problem for Israel and its allies abroad, especially on the Palestine sovereignty issue… In addition, Norwegian police and intelligence are painfully aware of Mossad’s past operations in Norway, including the infamous Lillehammer Affair in 1973. On July 21, 1973, Mossad agents assassinated Ali Hassan Salameh, a Moroccan waiter in Lillehammer, wrongly believing he was the operations chief for the Palestinian terrorist group “Black September.” Norwegian police arrested the Mossad agents who killed Salameh and uncovered an intricate network of Mossad safe houses, phone numbers, and Norwegian sleeper agents for Mossad.

Just as was the case with the coordinated bombings of Madrid trains on March 22, 2004 and London buses and trains on July 7, 2005, viewed by European security services as being the work of not “Al Qaeda” but domestic “radicals,” there was no link to Islamist radicals with the attacks in Norway. However, there was every indication that the attack on Norway was intended to shake up the Norwegian population and damage the reputation of the left-of-center Norwegian government of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.

The corporate media insisted that Breivik was solely responsible for Norway’s worst violent attack since World War II. Norwegian police reports that a second gunman, described as having “thick dark hair and a non-Nordic appearance,” were suppressed in much of the corporate media. The time line of the Oslo attack causes anyone’s imagination to be stretched on being sold a “lone gunman/bomber” theory.

At 3:26 pm Oslo time a massive car bomb was detonated outside the office of the Prime Minister of Norway. Since July 22 was a public holiday, there were relatively few people inside the Prime Minister’s office or the surrounding offices of the Petroleum and Energy Ministry and the VG [Verdens Gang] newspaper, Norway’s largest paper.

As police responded to the downtown Oslo blast, Breivik was said to have taken a boat the Utoya island dressed as a policeman and began opening fire on young members of the Norwegian Labor Party youth camp meeting. The shooting allegedly began at 4:50 pm. Norwegian SWAT team “Delta” had trouble getting a helicopter started and struggled to find a boat to get to Utoya island. The SWAT team finally arrived on the island at 6:20 pm only to find scores of the next generation of Norwegian Labor Party leaders dead. Breivik calmly surrendered to the police. When Breivik arrived on Utoya he told police on the island that he was there for a routine security check following the bombing in downtown Oslo.

Norway’s Acting Police chief Sveinung Sponheim said the police were still investigating whether Breivik was acting with a larger network. Sponheim’s revelation countered the “lone wolf” theory advanced by corporate media outlets in Western nations.

Norway’s coalition Labor-Socialist Left government has been seen as hostile to the interests of Israel and the United States. There is now a widespread belief that the terrorist attack against Norway was engineered to shock erstwhile peaceful Norway, a nation where police generally still patrol the streets unarmed, into adopting the police state tactics of the United States, Israel, Britain, and other Western nations. Norway’s pro-Palestinian foreign policy also irked the Zionist and the far-right anti-Islamic factions in Europe and North America, as well as the governments of Israel and the United States.

In a move that complements American and Israeli propaganda that Norway has not stepped up to the surveillance state model imposed by other Western governments, the suspicious WikiLeaks decided to release U.S. State Department cables from the U.S. embassy in Oslo that criticized Norway for not recognizing the “Al Qaeda” threat and maintaining an insufficient security apparatus to combat Islamist terrorism and Pakistani immigrants.

The Barack Obama-appointed U.S. ambassador in Oslo, Barry White, who is Jewish and received a 2005 award from the pro-Israel American Jewish Committee, complained that the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) rejected two twelve-person British MI-6 intelligence surveillance teams to monitor an “Al Qaeda” cell in Norway. Last November, the Norwegian government was shocked to learn that the U.S. embassy was operating a Surveillance Detection Unit in Oslo that was monitoring Norwegian citizens. Norwegian Justice Minister Knut Storberget said he was not informed of the presence of the U.S. spy unit in Oslo, which employed retired Norwegian police and intelligence officials. The Norwegian Data Protection Commissioner, Bjorn Erik Thon, said he had never seen such an intelligence operation in Norway. White complained that Norwegian security officials were apathetic and incompetent in dealing with the Islamist “terrorist threat.” The failure of the Norwegian SWAT team to quickly respond to the massacre on Utoya may indicate that Norway’s law enforcement and security networks and command-and-control systems had been interfered with by infiltrators with knowledge of the Norwegian systems. Those retired police and intelligence officials working for the U.S. embassy’s surveillance unit are likely suspects in sabotaging the Norwegian police reaction capabilities on 7/22. Just 48 hours before the bombing in Oslo, police units were engaged in a terrorist bombing exercise at the Oslo Opera House, near what would later be “ground zero.” In addition, in the days before the terrorist bombing, there was suspicious sewer work being conducted in the area near the Prime Minister’s office.

In March, the leader of the Socialist Left, Kristen Halvorsen, the Minister of Education of Norway and a former Finance Minister, called for military action against Israel if it attacked Gaza. The Socialist Left and Labor Party, along with the Norwegian Peace Association and the Norwegian energy and telecommunications union, strongly support the Boycott Israel campaign, which includes backing the pan-European Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) committee and an embargo on arms sales to the Jewish state. In August 2010, the Norwegian pension fund divested in two Israeli companies controlled by Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev, Africa Israel Investments and its subsidiary Danya Cebus.

Halvorsen had recently met with a delegation of American Jews who complained about Norway’s “anti-Semitism,” the tired and worn-out canard used by Zionists in confronting anti-Israeli sentiment around the world. In January, Halvorsen and her husband, Christo Halvorsen, a producer for the Norsk Rikskringkasting (NRK) television and radio network, took part in an anti-Israel and U.S. march in Oslo where picket signs with phrases like “USA and Israel: Axis of Evil” appeared. The Halvorsens and NRK were subjected to a vicious campaign launched by Zionists and the Israel Lobby in Norway.

Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre of the Labor Party has been criticized by the Israel Lobby and Zionists for comparing Israel’s treatment of Palestinians to Nazi Germany’s treatment of Jews. Støre has also called for the demolition of Israel’s “Separation Wall” that runs through Palestinian territory on the West Bank, a stance that has earned him enmity and hatred from Israel’s government and their Zionist allies in the West. Store paid a visit to Utoya before the massacre. The Foreign Minister was on the island as some of the Labor Party youth were participating in a “Boycott Israel” demonstration. The city of Trondheim was criticized by Israel for funding a trip to the UN in New York for Norwegian students to participate in a play called the “Gaza Monologues.” Israel also blasted Norway for distributing a film called “Tears of Gaza.”

After Israel offered assistance to Norway, including forensic and medical assistance, as well as the evacuation of the wounded from the 7/22 attack, Norway declined the offer. The rejection of assistance from Israel indicates that the Norwegian government was suspicious of the offer from Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak. Other Israeli military teams in the West Bank have been accused of trafficking in human organs, an expose brought to light by the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet in August 2009. That same month, Israel’s anti-Arab and anti-Muslim Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman accused Sweden and Norway of anti-Semitism, adding the outrageous charge that Norway was pro-Nazi, even though Norway’s anti-Muslim and pro-Zionist activists were affiliated with neo-Nazi organizations. On December 11, 2010, a suspicious terrorist explosion took place in downtown Stockholm, injuring two people and blamed on a Swedish-Iraqi suicide bomber. The bombing took place two weeks after the Swedish media reported that a Surveillance Detection Unit, operated form the U.S. embassy in Stockholm, was spying on Swedish citizens.

In the past few months, the Mossad has committed blatant acts of espionage and possible other terrorist attacks against nations it perceives as pro-Palestinian. During last year’s devastating earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, a team of Mossad agents was caught in the city. One of the agents died in the quake. The Mossad agents were found with multiple passports and thumb drives believed to have been used to download sensitive data from New Zealand government computer systems. New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key, who seemingly came from obscurity in New Zealand politics and whose Jewish mother immigrated from England, disregarded claims of Mossad espionage during the quake, even though he spoke to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu four times on the day of the quake, after the dead Mossad agent was discovered by New Zealand police and intelligence.

New Zealand’s Southland Times was criticized by New Zealand’s Jewish community and Israel for promoting “conspiracy theories,” the typical modus operandi for pro-Israeli Jews, known as sayanim and katsas, who are used by Israel abroad as propaganda and espionage agents. Ironically, Key was meeting with Obama at the White House as the bombing and shootings were occurring in Norway. Key was believed to have attended the homo-erotic annual meeting of a men-only fraternity composed of American and foreign political and business elitists at the secluded Bohemian Grove in northern California, a conclave that also saw the attendance of Israel’s most notorious agent-of-influence in America, Henry Kissinger, who also serves as Obama’s “special envoy” to the Russian leadership. Key’s Labor Party predecessor, Helen Clark, was the subject of criticism in leaked 2004 State Department cables from the U.S. embassy in Wellington for cracking down on a Mossad team’s acquisition of forged New Zealand passports. Once again, the cable leaks were courtesy of the suspect WikiLeaks operation.

One of the Mossad perpetrators, Zev William Barkan, who fled New Zealand to avoid arrest, had also been reported in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, where he and other Israelis were producing pornographic and “snuff” movies, in which unsuspecting vagrants were murdered on camera.

In Egypt, Mossad agents have been accused by the present government of fomenting riots between Muslims and Coptic Christians. A recent explosion of seized Iranian weapons and ammunition being stored at a Cypriot naval base, a blast that killed the head of the Cypriot Navy, remains suspicious. The blast followed the decision of Cyprus’s left-of-center government to recognize the sovereignty of Palestine. The resulting public outrage over the blast resulted in the resignation of pro-Palestinian Foreign Minister Markos Kyprianou and a major political embarrassment for Cyprus’s president Dimitris Christofias, a member of the Communist AKEL party.

Mossad is a master at false-flag terrorist attacks designed to alter perceptions and punish opponents of Israeli policy. The fingerprints of Israeli intelligence are all over the 9/11 attacks on the United States, the 3/22 train bombings in Madrid, the 7/7 transit bombings in London, and, now, the 7/22 attacks in Norway… While the Israeli-influenced corporate media has droned on and on about the dangers of Islamist terrorism, it is now obvious that the major threat to public safety comes from the State of Israel, a rogue nation that does not hesitate to murder the innocent to achieve its sordid political aims.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 30 Jul 2011, 11:54

The saying - "Keep your friends close but your enemies closer" by JR Ewing is never more true than in these days of layered espionage

The Daily Telegraph pointed out a persona that may be the "Richard" that the assasin referred to as inspirational , real name Paul Ray from england , revivor of the Anciend order of knoghts templars and off course based in Malta

In his 1,500-page 'manifesto’, Anders Behring Breivik described attending the founding meeting of the Knights Templar in London in 2002 and wrote that his “assigned mentor” was “referred to as Richard (the Lionhearted).”
He said he had a “relatively close relationship” with the Englishman, who first described the concept of the “perfect knight”.

A blog was discovered by The Daily Telegraph written by an individual called the Lionheart, who has written about “Moslem’s soldiers ... seeking to conquer our lands and take our civilized world back into the 'Dark Ages’”. He writes that “God will revive the ancient order of the Knights Templar and count me worthy to die amongst them in service of my God in protection of the Christian and Jewish world”.
The blogger’s real name is Paul Ray, from Bedfordshire, who described himself as one of the “founding fathers” of the right-wing English Defence League. Mr Ray was arrested three years ago on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred with material on his blog.

The Lionheart closed his blog on Thursday, but reopened it on Sunday to post: “A crackpot killing innocent Norwegian children in the name of anti-government politics. The extreme far-right of the political spectrum that has no place in modern civilised society.”


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Post  tgII on Sat 30 Jul 2011, 12:09

Something is very suspicious here. Although Mossad probably has
their hand in the technical aspects of this hit, I think what is really
going on here is that governments have been infiltrated and they
are being extorted into this carbon emissions trading, carbon tax
and depopulation scam.

Everyone is missing the boat here on this...

This was a hit out of the City of London and their proxies...call it
'Ecocide.'

The mind benders would have people believe otherwise...
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 30 Jul 2011, 12:56

The English man...Lionheart...has been identified and has been questioned.
They found in at his home...in...Malta. A suitable dwelling-place for a Templar...no? The Templars are part of the York Rite of freemasonry which has its connections with Catholicism. And Catholicism and the rule by a pope were actually mentioned favorably in the shooter's 1500 page manifesto.

A British ex-convict promoting anti-Muslim views has admitted online contacts with Norway’s mass killer Anders Behring Breivik and said he could have been Mr. Breivik’s inspiration in becoming an Islamophobe.

“But what he did was pure evil,” said Paul Ray, leader of a revived Knights Templar movement. “What he has done does not equate to anything I am involved in.”

Mr. Ray, 35, was interviewed by the Times of London at his home in Malta.

In a previous telephone interview with the Associated Press, he denied he had ever been in contact with Mr. Breivik.

But he told the Times: “I am being implicated as his mentor. I definitely could have been his inspiration. It looks like that. He has given me a platform and a profile. But what he did was pure evil. I could never use what he has done to further my own beliefs.”

He said Mr. Breivik, through their online contacts, had attempted to enlist him as a Facebook friend but he had rejected the request because he “didn’t like the look of him.”

Stephen Lennon, head of the far right English Defense League, had earlier identified Mr. Ray as Paul Sonato, who he said was kicked out of the EDL several years ago. Paul Ray, he said, was the name he adopted after he was arrested for stirring racial hatred in Britain and moved to Malta in 2008.

In his 1,500-page manifesto, Mr. Breivik referred to an Englishman he named as Richard as having been his inspiration in becoming a Knight Templar. That name derives from a medieval order of Crusaders who fought in the Holy Land.

“Richard” was apparently a reference to Richard the Lionheart of Crusader fame.

Mr. Breivik has claimed his actions a week ago in killing 76 people—eight by a car bomb in central Oslo, 68 by shooting teenagers at an island youth camp—was undertaken with the help of fellow Knights Templar.

Norwegian authorities have said they are convinced he acted alone, but European Union counter-terrorism officials meeting in Brussels have warned of possible copycat attacks.

Finnish police on Thursday arrested an 18-year-old man who allegedly ordered 22 pounds of fertilizer from Poland to make explosives. He was reported to have told police he wanted to make fireworks. Mr. Breivik used fertilizer to make his car bomb.

The Times said Mr. Ray has links with neo-Nazis opposed to what they call the Islamization of Europe. It said he was a close friend of Nick Greger, a tattooed German neo-Nazi, who was jailed for two years in 2002 after telling authorities he intended to blow up cars belonging to leftwingers with a pipe bomb.

Mr. Greger was a supporter of Charles Taylor, the former ruler of Liberia, who is on trial in The Hague for war crimes against his own people. Mr. Breivik has said he once visited Liberia to get guidance from a fugitive Serbian war criminal wanted for atrocities against Muslims in the former Yugoslavia.

Mr. Ray said he met Mr. Greger on Malta. They appear together in a video wearing Knights Templar T-shirts and visiting crusader landmarks on the islands.

In his interview with the Times, Mr. Ray said: “I wish the police would come and talk to me because I’ve got nothing to hide. But I would rather go to Norway. Knights Templar has been tainted and I am stating the case for the defense.”

The Times quoted Mr. Ray as saying that God spoke to him in the late 1990s when he was facing his seventh prison term.

“That’s what changed my life,” he said. “It was a very powerful spiritual experience when God revealed himself to me. He spoke to me.”

The Times said he had served terms for affray, drug dealing and burglary, surrounded by a growing Muslim prison population, and came out to embark on his anti-Muslim campaign.

He said he worships at a Pentecostal church on Malta and spoke of his love of preaching.

“We see the threat from Muslims wanting to kill us and people are looking to Templarism as a thing to protect us,” he said. “Here on Malta there are Christians who support me. Pastors know me.”

He has a Knights Templar cross and a Star of David tattooed on his right forearm.

The Times published a photograph of him holding an AK47 rifle on the Palestinian West Bank.

In London, the anti-Fascist organization Searchlight said it had found more postings on anti-Muslim and far-right forums believed to have come from Mr. Breivik.

In one, he recommended groups he hoped could deal with “60 million Muslims in western and eastern Europe” and predicted Britain or Denmark would be the first Western countries to face civil war “due to Muslim immigration.”


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whats the connection?
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 31 Jul 2011, 08:29

What is contained within your post highnoon represents the sad reality.
I had stated earlier, that Norwegians are extremely naive and really quite stupid.
Quite obvious to me how Jen's quote specifically mentions that very term, "naivety", in an attempt to negate it.
Because he really knows it is too true.
There are still Norwegians who have such a high opinion of themselves that they cannot come to terms with the fact that a Norwegian did this to his own people, that he MUST be affiliated with Al Qaeda. Because Norway and Norwegians are so great they would never deserve anything like this and one of their own would never have a critical opinion of that model of perfection enough to verbalize a criticism or raise a finger against it. That is the sad truth and anyone that denies this just has not been in Norway long enough to have learned it.

As I stated earlier, they will amass and give each other one big Socialist hug and light candles for months over this.
Many of the public, news and media personalities will ingratiate themselves to one another and the world by laying out big bucks on flowers in public gatherings and sorrowful speeches with long faces. That money would be better of spent helping some of the downtrodden who beg on Oslo streets or building more kindergartens which they lack in the capital...or even helping the families of victims to pay their bills. Oslo lacks enough kindergartens but the funds are appropriated for a new ski jump stadium and a new opera house costing tons of money.
They are overt in borg-like actions particularly when people are paying attention and it gives a good appearance to the media and public at large just how much "humanity" they possess. These people are truly sick, even sicker than the average American. Generalizing, but comparing the typical mindset of the American with a Norwegian, and I would favor the American 5 to 1, and I am not all that crazy about the typical American either. Don't believe the hype about Norway and its people.
They attempt a level of sophistication and air of superiority which they actually do not possess and I don't think they can ever attain.
Swedes are more sophisticated and genuine than Norwegians, and Denmark is more sophisticated than both Swedes and Norwegians combined.

And, of course, their terrorist attack has to be the "worst in NEWER history". Whatever the fuck..."newer history"...is supposed to mean. Typical. Boo...fucking...Hoo with that jive talking bullshit.



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Post  Sputnik on Sun 31 Jul 2011, 13:40

highnoon wrote:




whats the connection?

To answer that question, we need to know who Walt Disney really was, what his corporation stands for, and what purpose it has. I strongly advise you to read Fritz Springmeier's excellent research on the
Disney bloodline: http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/the_disney_bloodlinept1.htm
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 31 Jul 2011, 19:57

And then when that road is traveled, venture into what road did Disney Corp. take when the Jews began to run it?
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Post  Sputnik on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 09:24

That "road" is a legal no-go-zone for a German citizen. Laughing I am not allowed to "talk" about Jews in any way that does not please the ADL, lest I may be prosecuted and called "anti-semite", and I am also by law prohibited to question the State of Israel's "right to exist", lest I want to be prosecuted (therefore I prefer to talk about ZIONISM as this is not prohibited by german legislation Idea ).
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 15:20

This is just...wrong.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 15:48

Norwegian Muslims react to attacks

August 1, 2011

Many Norwegian Muslims were harassed in the hours following the Oslo attacks before the arrested suspect was confirmed to be ethnically Norwegian. Nonetheless, many observers, backed by polling data and a surge of interest in integration initiatives, suggest that Norway has reacted with greater faith in multiculturalism, as the burials of the first two victims of the Utøya attacks – both Muslims – were undertaken with Christian and Muslim rituals.

The Nor Mosque in Oslo is one of the most recognizable Islamic places of worship in Norway. Some Norwegian Muslims were harassed in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks, but evidence since suggests that Norwegian support for multiculturalism is growing. PHOTO: Wikipedia Commons

Bano Abobakar Rashid, an 18 year old of Kurdish origin from Nesodden (just outside of Oslo), was buried in a new Muslim burial plot at Nesodden Church, where Christian and Islamic rituals were observed. 19 year old Ismail Haji Ahmed, a former contestant in the Norwegian version of the singing competition X Factor, was also buried under Christian and Muslim rituals in Hedmark. Such arrangements have become seen as symbolic for the way Norway has reacted to the terrorist attacks – despite the fact that many individual Muslims were chased, insulted and intimidated in the immediate aftermath of the attacks.

‘Chased down the street’
Reports that Muslims were harassed in the hours after the attack have been revealed in the Norwegian press. The general secretary of the Norwegian Islamic Council, Mehtab Afsar, told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) that a number of journalists rang asking if he “could sympathize with the attacks,” something he described as “disgusting.” “Do they believe that to be Muslim is the same as having sympathy for terrorism?,” he added. Afsar also received a number of messages by email and mobile telephone that said “‘now you have to find another place to live,’ ‘you are not welcome here’ and ‘revenge is sweet.’”

Kadra Yusuf, who became known in the country when she went public about imams encouraging women to take part in “female circumcision,” told newspaper VG that “a series of Oslo residents with foreign appearances” were attacked in the hours after the bombing and shootings. “Expressions like “terrorist devil,” “Bin Laden’s sons,” and “Muslim bombers” are some of those that were used,” Yusuf said, recalling an incident where an Indian man who had lived in Oslo for 22 years had been “chased down the street by people that asked him to ‘go to hell back where you can from.’” The man was reportedly able to take sense into those chasing him by saying “I might look like a Muslim terrorist, but I am not. I recognize that you are scared, but so am I.” Yusuf hopes that people “remember that it is us against the extremists – regardless of what disguise that extremists come in.”

Hijab wearers warned not to go out
Another Muslim speaking to newspaper Dagsavisen, Khizra Chaudhry, was at work at a shop in Grønland, central Oslo, as the attacks took place, and was asked by a customer “is it you that has bombed the city?”. “I was hurt and angry, and did not know what I should say,” Chaudhry commented, adding that “I was not happy that it was Norwegian that was behind the attacks, but I am relieved that it was not Muslims.”

Immediately after the attacks, Norway’s second largest mosque advised women wearing the hijab not to go onto the streets for fear harassment. A crisis meeting with around 50 participants was held by Munhaj ul Quaran at a mosque in Galgeberg, east Oslo, just after the bombings, with a representative, Isaz Ahmad, telling VG that they “discussed the worst scenario” that Muslims would become “targets” because they “feared it was a crazy person that had done this in Islam’s name.” Their recommendations to the community included not letting children out unless necessary, especially girls wearing the hijab. Ahmad too suggested that they “felt a relief over the fact that it was not someone that had done this in Islam’s name” when the details of the attacker were revealed, although he would rather not call it a relief “because it is a tragedy.”

Memorials and solidarity
Muslim organizations have organized a number of events to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks. A memorial service was held at Friday prayers in central Oslo last Friday, with Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg in attendance. Stoltenberg spoke of “the new Norwegian we.” The Prime Minister and Labour Party leader later told VG that he believes “many of us would have done everything in their power to show the same warmth and love” if a Muslim had been responsible for the terrorist attacks, adding that “we are showing that we will be a more inclusive society” after the events of the past weeks as “people are now more convinced and see the value of tolerance and diversity.” An opinion poll conducted by InFact for VG after the attacks shows that 26 percent have come to see “multicultural Norway” as “more positive” after the attacks, with 49 percent stating that their view was unchanged and 9 percent responding that they had become “more negative.” In total, 68 percent are “positive” towards “multicultural Norway,” with 13 percent responding that they saw it as “negative.”

A reflection of the responses given in the polls is also seen in the increasing interest in the Norwegian Center against Racism’s “Tea Time” project, which encourages non-Muslim Norwegians to visit Muslim families at home for tea. The project will continue beyond its planned closure after interest increased, with leader Kari Helene Partapuoli telling NRK that it could continue for a further year.

The Norwegian Islamic Council also arranged a solidarity parade to Oslo Cathedral on Friday afternoon, which was joined by a number of ministers and politicians including Minister of Culture Anniken Huitfeldt of the Labour Party, and Minister of Integration Audun Lysbakken of the Socialist Left Party. The council’s general secretary, Mehtab Afsar, told NRK that “this was an attack against Norway as a nation, and it is therefore important that we stand together… regardless of belief, cultural background or skin colour.”

It can't be because Norwegians are the nicest people and their egalitarian, multi-cultural, democratic and open society just would not perpetuate such unjust acts against Muslims in this way.
(Don't believe the hype)

"Visit non-Norwegian Muslims for tea????"

It is truly a sick society.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 16:44

Norway drops US surveillance case

July 28, 2011

Public outcry last fall over allegedly illegal surveillance of Norwegian citizens by the US Embassy in Oslo has ended with silent acceptance of the embassy’s activities by Norwegian authorities. They’ve decided against filing any charges against the US and its embassy personnel in Oslo, claiming they lacked evidence that any laws had in fact been broken.

The US Embassy got in trouble last fall when it emerged that it had hired Norwegians to carry out questionable surveillance, much of it from the building at the far right of the photo, with the "Scandic" sign on it. Now the embassy has been cleared. PHOTO: Views and News

In a decision revealed while the vast majority of Norwegians are preoccupied by last Friday’s attacks on their capital and a Labour Party summer camp, state prosecutor Jørn Maurud said that a police investigation indicated that embassy personnel conducting the surveillance hadn’t done anything illegal. It was widely referred to as a “scandal” last fall, but Maurud sees no need to pursue the case.

“This group has operated a more passive observation service,” Maurud told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK). “We don’t view it as punishable under law.”

The surveillance activities first reported by Norwegian TV2 last fall sparked widespread public concern, even outrage, at the time, both from top government officials, members of Parliament, various organizations and ordinary citizens. Surveillance is a particularly touchy subject in Norway, based on cases from the Cold War days, and Norwegians don’t like feeling like they’re being spied upon or having their names land in some unknown foreign registers.

Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) carried live coverage of the special session that was called in Parliament to discuss the surveillance activity by the US Embassy. It was diplomatically uncomfortable for both Norway and the US.

Maurud admitted the Norwegian officials still don’t know what became of the information collected by the embassy staff, many of whom had formerly worked for the Norwegian police, been hired by the embassy to conduct surveillance and bound by confidentiality clauses. An outlying Norwegian police district was called on to investigate the surveillance charges because of potential conflicts of interest or lack of impartiality within the Oslo Police District, where some of the embassy staffers had worked or had personal contacts.

They were hired to keep an eye on the area around the embassy, but they also observed demonstrations, for example, elsewhere in Oslo. Then they allegedly would deliver their findings and descriptions of participants to the embassy.

But the Oslo police couldn’t question embassy officials who could claim diplomatic immunity, nor could they obtain insight into their documentation. Maurud told NRK that investigators concluded nonetheless that the information collected wasn’t sensitive or searchable in a database. “We haven’t found any evidence that the (embassy) group has conducted systematic registration of folks, or attempts to identify persons walking outside the embassy,” he told NRK.

The surveillance case was uncomfortable for both Norwegian and US government officials, who prefer to portray themselves as great allies. Embassy staff in Oslo tried to downplay their activities, other than stressing that surveillance was important to their fight against terrorism. Norwegian officials weren’t keen on getting into a conflict with their American counterparts either.

Yet the case dominated the political agenda for weeks, attracted widespread media coverage and led to a special session of Parliament in which Justice Minister Knut Storberget and other ministers said they’d never been told about the surveillance activities or approved them. It also set off the police investigation that’s now been concluded with a decision not to press charges.

Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre also felt compelled to send out a notice to all embassies in Oslo that Norwegian law restricts their surveillance to the area immediately around their embassy property, and that Norway otherwise has strict laws regarding security arrangements.

Great timing, great decision, and this is not being naive as Stoltenberg publicly announced Norway would not be.
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CIA can do whatever they like...even plot false flag in our nation under our noses...we do nothing...because were are a peaceful people.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 16:51

Nothing, I repeat nothing...will ever interfere with the Norwegian middle-class right to recreate and vacation in summer.

Pet-dumping a problem once again

July 20, 2011

Animal rights activists in Norway were upset again this week and chiding their fellow Norwegians for a seasonal problem that comes up every summer: Pet-dumping.

Cats, dogs, and even the occasional rabbit have been found wandering aimlessly in the woods or residential neighborhoods, dumped by their owners who take off for extended summer holidays without arranging for anyone to take care of their pets.

Sometimes the forlorn animals are found in the vicinity of veterinarians or animal shelters, likely cast off by those who at least have enough conscience to hope that their pets will be cared for.

“But you just can’t throw away an animal,” Karen Andersson, chairman of the animal protection group Dyrebeskyttelsen in Oslo and Akershus, told news bureau NTB. “If you can’t take care of your pet any longer, then you must go to a vet and have it put to sleep.”

She said people can also approach her group, “but we can’t help everybody.” She already has five cats, 13 rabbits and many kittens staying at her private home and the group took in around 3,500 pets last year. Another animal protection group in Oslo was caring 80 cats at its facility as of this week.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 18:13

Norwegian PM to Rival Political Parties: Don’t Speak Out On Immigration

Jens Stoltenberg, the prime minister of Norway, has called on political parties not to discuss the issue of immigration during the nation’s upcoming election campaign.

Norwegian PM to Rival Political Parties: Don’t Speak Out On Immigration

“We all have something to learn from the tragedy,” Stoltenberg told lawmakers at a ceremony honoring the victims of the July 22 attack. “We can all have a need to say ‘I was wrong,’ and be respected for it.” He said that goes for politicians and the media.

The Norwegian PM “didn’t single out anyone but seemed to be referring to sometimes harsh discussions on immigration,” Time reports today.

Norway’s political parties have agreed to postpone election season campaigning until mid-August as mourning for the victims continues. Stoltenberg’s comment appears to be designed to remove the immigration issue from the national debate. Elections in Norway are held in September.

On July 7, The Norway Post published the results of a poll on immigration. 53.7 per cent said they want to put a stop to immigration, while 48.7 per cent are of the opinion that Norwegian integration policy has failed, according to Aftenposten.

The poll reflects similar sentiment across Europe and Britain.

In February, a Populus survey revealed 63% of white Britons, 43% of British Asians and 17% of black Britons believe immigration has been a bad thing for Britain.

“The political class has been warned,” said Jon Cruddas, a Labor MP. “Put simply, unless political parties step up and provide a new language of material well-being, of identity and belonging, then these political forces might refract into more malign forms,” he added.

In other words, as Sky News puts it, a large number of Brits may elect a “far right” party that would limit or eliminate immigration, especially from Muslim countries.

The suspiciously timed attack of confessed killer Anders Behring Breivik allows the establishment in Norway to do what would have been unthinkable a month ago – shut down political debate and dictate what opposition parties and the media that reports on them will be allowed to do.

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Post  tgII on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 23:12

If the Norwegians are confused about their existence, perhaps
they should just open their borders for immigration allowing
thousands of Chinese into their country? I understand the Chinese
find dog meat a delicacy and is sweet in flavor, so maybe the
Norwegians will eliminate their 'pet dog problem' this way? As far
as cats go, the Koreans eat them after slightingly basting them
over an open pit.

I read that some where up to forty percent of Norwegian youth
are into some form of 'Satan worship'; might be a rather high
figure but wouldn't at all surprise me. See what happens when
you eviscerate 'Christianity': you open up all kinds of completely
different societal problems. Plebeians will always worship some
entity or deity. It's like a mental sickness.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 02 Aug 2011, 01:05

See what happens when you eviscerate 'Christianity': you open up all kinds of completely
different societal problems.
Bury the head in the sand. Drink coffee, eat cakes...talk about what was on Big Brother show last night.
or even have a gay old time ................................ Mad Very Happy

Murdochs channels being flipping this dude up quite a lot when ive checked out the news , he seems toooo damn liberal to be true and maybe he is
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Eskil Pederson was the first openly GAY leader of the AUF

Is the "crown" using Queeers to infiltrate the power corridors of media and politics ... i know the uk is strewn with them in these circles

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Post  tgII on Tue 02 Aug 2011, 03:31

  • Is the "crown" using Queeers to infiltrate the power corridors of media and politics ... i know the uk is strewn with them in these circles


Yes!

Kapis, you've hit the nail on the head!

Remember the murder of JonBenet Ramsey in Colorado back
about 1995 or 1996? Her father had a company which was a
subsidiary of Lockheed Martin. A pedophile hit team killed his
daughter and his company along with Lockheed Martin were
extorted for events leading up to 9/11.

Here is a graphic art image prepared to reflect 'man-in-the-middle'
attacks using women who themselves have been compromised and
extorted through lesbian, homosexual or pedophile related acts which
have been recorded and archived for use in future extortion. No
government can possibly survive these attacks as the world's
resources become privatized and monopolized.

This image reflects how Col. Russell Williams, the Canadian Air Force
Commander who was arrested and given a life sentence for killing two
Canadian forces female members. Williams is implicated in the attacks
on 9/11 which were launched out of Canada.



Note: the image in the lower right hand corner is an autopsy picture
of JonBenet Ramsey; she was tasered (prong marks) which by inference
means her killing was a snuff-film and it is archived somewhere.

All governments are extorted through sex in all of its weird aspects for
power. Here is a fascinating list of women who have been implicated.
Look carefully at #66 because she is in the Middle Temple (Knights
Templars) and this is where the nexus of our problems originate
from.


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