Europe: Terror fuels immigration tensions

2012-03-30 21:06

London - An al-Qaeda-inspired gunman kills paratroopers and Jewish children in southern France. A far-right fanatic enraged by Muslim immigration guns down dozens of youths at a summer camp in Norway.

Two atrocities in the space of the year, coming from opposite ends of the spectrum, are raising fears across Europe that a growing climate of ethnic and religious hostility is inspiring extremist violence - and creating the conditions for deadly clashes.

The attacks in France and Norway represent the most horrific extremes of two trends of intolerance troubling Europe: Strengthening far-right sentiment that has sometimes bled into the mainstream, and growing Islamic radicalisation in Europe's disadvantaged, immigrant-heavy neighbourhoods.

With Europe still stunned by last week's killings in Toulouse, France, a loosely knit group of xenophobic "defence leagues" plans to rally in Denmark on Saturday against what they call the growing Islamic presence in western Europe.

The rally was organised by one of the rising forces of Europe's far-right scene - the Danish Defence League. It's backed by the English Defence League, which gained prominence in Britain amid urban rioting last summer.

Similar groups from Russia, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Romania, and Sweden are expected.

Volatile mood

Danish intelligence services expect up to 700 of these strident, anti-Muslim "counter-Jihadists". A counter-demonstration is anticipated to draw several thousand people. Police vow to keep the two groups apart. But the clashing views on display show Europe's heightened polarization.

"These terrorist events are creating sparks, and a small spark can set off a huge fire," said Magnus Ranstorp, research director of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies in Sweden. "It can set off huge social polarisation, and this is what the terrorists want to achieve. Now there is an increased rightwing climate - the counter-jihad movement - feeding off these Islamophobic forces."

The mood is volatile, Ranstrop said, made more so by the methods of the killers - citing how in France, Mohamed Merah shot video of his attacks that was mailed to the Al-Jazeera television network.

"You have the counter-jihad movement, and on the other side you have an old al-Qaeda structure giving out directives for people to carry out their own personal jihads by solo terrorist activity. The manner in which you carry out these attacks matters: Recording them, sending films to Al-Jazeera, shooting people execution style, all to create polarisation and revulsion, to create an overreaction."

For decades, western Europe has been the envy of the world with its high standard of living and tolerant social climate. Today, Europe is gripped by a profound economic crisis and festering conflict over immigration, religion and cultural identity.

Tensions over immigration from northern Africa and other countries with large Islamic populations have fuelled the rise of far-right movements across Europe. In France, the ultranationalist National Front is expected to make gains in upcoming presidential and legislative elections.

Anti-Western diatribes

Xenophobic parties in Austria, Finland, Sweden and the Netherlands have all gained support in recent years.

As anti-immigration rhetoric grows more strident, ideas that were once considered on the fringes of political dialogue have entered the mainstream - with French President Nicolas Sarkozy often seeming to borrow from National Front rhetoric as he campaigns for re-election.

At the same time, anti-Western diatribes on the internet and sometimes in local mosques have played a role in radicalising some young Muslims in Europe, even as Muslim community leaders try to steer young people toward productive futures.

The long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have also enflamed passions among Muslims.

Over the past year, Europe has suffered deadly manifestations of these tensions with the France attacks and the July massacre in Norway carried out by Anders Behring Breivik, who slaughtered 77 people with a bomb in Oslo followed by a shooting rampage at a Labour Party youth camp on an island retreat.

The two horrors have drawn inevitable comparisons.

Both killers had a terrifying sense of theatre. Breveik's island rampage, in which he picked off the trapped children one at a time, seemed straight out of a horror movie. The French police account of Merah's last stand, his Colt .45 blazing as he jumped from the balcony, seems inspired by an action film.

Both extremes

Initial reactions to the attacks point to the ambiguities swirling around Europe's immigration debate.

When Breveik's deadly bomb ripped through the Norwegian capital on July 22, many counterterrorism experts assumed Muslim radicals were behind the blast. Similarly, many initially suspected that the French killings might be the work of a far-right fanatic.

The bloodshed carried out by both extremes in the heated immigration debated raises the spectre of clashes between the two. There already have been street scuffles between the English Defence League and radical Islamists in Britain - although none has escalated into major violence.

Nicolas Lebourg, a historian who studies the far-right at Perpignan University in southern France, said that both Breivik and Merah were products of an increasingly polarised Europe.

"For people who are a little fragile, people who are a little sensitive ... we're overheating them by telling them that there's this cosmic war between good and evil," Lebourg said.

  • 4billwhite - 2012-03-31 02:46

    I find that the media in the US and Europe treat killings by radical Islamist differently than right-wing extremists. Ten times more forgiving attitude toward Muslim terrorists....even refusing to call them such.

      Jared - 2012-03-31 20:53

      Funny how diversity always leads to terrorism, conflict and cost. Diversity is clearly the problem. Segregation = peace.

      Avenging - 2012-04-01 09:57

      When races are forced to live together by the liberal idealist the result is always war. The liberal mindset is based on a weak ideology that all people are the same. It is a weak mind that believes lies like this, even small children can recognize the difference between skin colours. There is a willful blindness in the liberal democrat, so much so that it has already brought the whole world to a cataclysmic point in history, that being a nuclear holocaust that is threatening the whole global population. World war one was a trench war due to the weapons technology available at that point in history, world war two was an aerial war due to the advancement of aeronautical technologies. This third world war which is reaching the end of it's it's pre-global stage will be nuclear for obvious reasons. The enemy of all races is the liberal, a selfish, racist sort who aggressively forces delusional lies on the whole world's population. It's a good thing that in the last few decades these filthy dreamers have been the loudest voices placing themselves in the limelight at every opportunity, they have made themselves easily recognizable to the level headed conservative who values his own culture and history. The liberal has become loudly outspoken in social public circles, hysterically shouting down any who are in opposition to their highly flawed religion. These will be the targets of their own race groups, traitors must be executed at the soonest possible opportunity.

      Donovan-John - 2012-04-01 23:39

      There is beauty in diversity ... We can all learn to live together. Overt conservativism insulates societies and erodes social capital. Societies are quite capable of learning open mindedness, tolerance and mutual respect. Extremism, overt conservativism, radicalism and intolerance deters lush societal pluralism.

      gillian.sabino1 - 2012-04-03 23:12

      Europe must send back all the Illegals. Illegal immigration must be a crime. It reduces expenditure of State benefits to those who contribute in the first place. It reduces crime. It reduces social tensions.

  • ravaughnjr - 2012-03-31 05:49

    The attempt at some kind of moral equivalent between radical Islam and a single gunman (Brevik) shows the sense of self hate and moral confusion in most of traditional Europe. Radical Islamists murder hundreds week after week.

      Kolobe - 2012-03-31 21:54

      nato has killed way more

      Fred - 2012-04-01 17:07

      Kolobe, you should become more informed before spouting false facts.

      Kaizer - 2012-04-01 21:56

      Over 2 million killed in afganistan by US and their thugs from Europe..... Are they not as bad as hitler killing Jews ? No , because media is run by Jews and Christians which indoctrinate the masses to believe what they want. So quickly we forgot about the Phantom nuclear arsenal that saddam had which was the prelude to that war and overthrow of a government. Barbaric imperialists around the world are the real terrorists, and the so called terrorists are merely fighting back in their small little way against them. How quicky you forget or ignore that Israel has violated more un resolutions and been accused of gross human rights violations , yet the world stays silent. How through that my comments will get more thumbs down. The truth shall prevale ? Is a pipe dream when living in a racist world with hidden agendas open for all to see yet the masses go blind.

  • Sharp - 2012-03-31 10:29

    Muslims have been attacking Christians for nearly 1400 years now. It only took 450+ years for the first self-defensive Crusade to stop Muslim murder, rape and robbery. Anti-Christian, anti-individual freedom socialists, communists and Muslims are the axis of evil that long ago joined forces and declared war on people who stand for individual freedom, individual responsibility, free enterprise, private property and Christian morality. It’s high time that we unleash the lions again because being sacrificial lambs like Jesus isn't helpful. Socialists and communists opening the flood gates (our borders) to their allies not only with no loyalty to our countries, but who actually want to kill us and destroy our way of life is traitorous. Fight back against the axis of evil!

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 19:07

      Self-defensive Crusade? WTF are you reading?

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 19:41

      Take your Christian morality and explain the murder of women and children, you religious lot are all the same.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 19:44

      Your 'Christian Crusaders' raped, murdered and pillaged their way through the middle east for hundreds of years. But I guess it's okay because your god is the right god.

      Patrick - 2012-03-31 21:20

      @goyougoodthing Hey moron, the crusades would never have happened if not for hundreds of years of muzzie invasion and conquest in Europe. Are you that stupid? Why yes you are.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 21:48

      No Patrick that is not why at all. The Pope handed out indulgences to any who would restore the way for Christian pilgrims to enter Jerusalem after the Muslims closed it off. Armed with these get out of hell free indulgences, the merry Christians took full advantage in every way possible. If Muslims and Christians want to go at each other I say power to them, just leave the rest of us out of your war about invisible men in the sky. Enough blood already.

      Al - 2012-03-31 22:57

      2/3rds of the Christian world had been conquered by the sword of Islam before the response (the first crusade) began in 1096 AD.

      Jco - 2012-04-01 20:39

      Hi Sharp, thank you for a good comment!See the following true facts! True facts: Atheist and non-Christian Goverments have killed many more than those who claimed to be Christians. Hope goyou read this! U.S.S.R 1917-1987 killed 61,911,000; China(RPC) 1949-1987 killed 35,236,000;China(KMT)1929-1949)killed 10,075,000; Germany 1939-45 killed 20,075,000; China (Mao Soviets)1923-49 killed 3,466,000; Turkey (Armenian Genocide)1908-1918 killed 1,883,000. I am not even showing Combodia, North Korea,Rwanda and the killings in Egypt and Vietnam. Do you know that religious democide does not even make up the top 20. The top two killers in the world were atheist and anti-christian states! Still today, less than 2% of killings was religious wars caused by christians. Can all atheist and anti-christian people please do homework on this and proof me wrong!Do you know that the following scientists were all not atheist but in fact christians, Albert Einstein, Max Planck, William Kelvin, Gregor Mendel, Robert Boyle, Rene Descartes, Galileo Galilei, Johannes Keppler. No one can ignore the fact that we are all very greatful for these scientist. Even anti-christians cling to the development of science these 'characters' brought. Christians are not so bad at all!

      Fred - 2012-04-26 01:30

      Whatever happened, happened. It's done. We must turn our attention to the future becoming present, make sure we imagine a brighter one, free of the mistakes of the past, wherever they originated or occurred.

  • John - 2012-03-31 13:22

    If mooslims want they are free to go back to their countries. Europe is for Europeans! We don't want the koran or the mosque here. 500 years ago we fought and won and kicked them out of our lands.

  • marvin.carlson2 - 2012-03-31 15:18

    The far right is a response to goverments inept at dealing with Islamic violence. Vigilantes arise when government fails at keeping it's citizens safe.

  • mrhappyspits4u - 2012-03-31 15:49

    Far right now means having the stones to fight back? Good to know all you Eurotrash are not pussies

  • Steven - 2012-03-31 17:36

    Europe died in Auschwitz ... We killed six million Jews and replaced them with 20 million Muslims. This is a quote from another board, not my creation, but got my attention

      Matthew - 2012-03-31 20:39

      20 Million you say?

  • Russell - 2012-03-31 17:47

    In the US xenophobia is always associated with the Right never the Left. The importation of peoples unasssociated with Westren Culture is creating this backlash. The cooalessing of the Right is probably the only salvation for Western Culture, stopping this misquided and distructive diversity foisted upon us by the left, and their immigration policies. What has the Muslim culture given the West since the 14th Century? (I'm excluding camel rides, pita bread, BBQed lamb, and hummis of course.)

      alfie.essa - 2012-03-31 18:04

      The Muslims were The catalysts of the Renaissance which made Europe what it is today. The same way Anglo-Dutch settlers were the catalyst of what South Africa is today. Although I disagree with you, same rules apply - if Europe is for Europeans, then Africa is for Africans.

      Al - 2012-03-31 23:04

      @alfie- Your words are the product of 100 years of self-loathing Western elite propaganda. All the Moors brought to Europe and the Iberian peninsula was destruction. The fact that they didn't burn down all our libraries- well, I'll give you that. The Crusades stopped them from destroying eastern Europe.

      henryian73 - 2012-04-01 05:04

      @alfie.essa... Muslims had nothing to do with the European Renaissance. Infact the Renaissance came from within and by its own and not by an exturnal Muslim influence at all! Try spreading your lies somewhere else.... period thanks!

  • Dave - 2012-03-31 17:47

    Any person that has to hide behind a mask, regardless of the icons on that mask, is nothing but a thug criminal. If you fear retribution that much you should keep your mouth shut. The KKK in the United States is the same. The Terrorists in the middle-east are the same. These skin-headed fascists are the same. All spread hatred and fear through the fascist tactics exactly the same way that Hitler and Mussolini did in WWII and exactly the same way current despots in control of governments and world finances to today. Fear and intimidation hiding behind a mask. Brave heroes? Champions for Good, Freedom and Justice? I think not. Just little coward bullies that have to hid their faces and do their evil in the dead of night. Nothing but criminals with criminal intent. Many invoke God as their enabler but ask yourselves this, what did Christ mean by his words, "Ye shall know them by their fruits?" Good men do not perpetrate evil in the name of God.

      Fred - 2012-04-26 01:33

      Your first sentence is way too general. Not all burka-wearing people are terrorists. That's absurd, the same as Brevick's own ideas.

  • Counter - 2012-03-31 19:37

    Europe is well on its way to becoming Islamic. Its not so much that Europeans are converting. Most Europeans are pure secularists. But while Islamic couples breed like bunnies 8,9,10 children, most European couples are adding 0.3 children per couple. The population of Europe is about 350 million. Suppose there are only about 500,000 Muslims in Europe out of that 350 million and suppose they form 250,000 couples that produce 7 children on average. In only 6 generations, which is a little more than 100 years for Muslims, they could have 450 million Muslims living in Europe. Of course, that's in theory and not everybody survives long enough to reproduce their fair share, but inside of 200 years, its certain Europe will be Islamic.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 20:02

      That's the same way the stupid Christians took over the world during the middle ages.

      Koos - 2012-03-31 20:12

      Not so, if you take into account African infiltration and birth rates Africans will trump Islamic population. Worst case scenario, Europe being ruled by black Islamic radicals.

      Patrick - 2012-03-31 21:15

      @goyougoodthing After reading your moronic comments I have concluded that you are in fact a moron.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 21:44

      Patrick, I'll take your word on that, I suspect you are an expert on morons.

      warren.graham3 - 2012-03-31 21:58

      Totally agree.. basic logic..

  • Matthew - 2012-03-31 20:35

    Xenophobic parties in Austria, Finland, Sweden and the Netherlands have all gained support in recent years. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think Xenophobic is misapplied here. I think Islam and it's intentions are well understood, so we fall to the same Definition of Paranoia. Just because your Paranoid doesn't make what your concerned about... Untrue.

  • Mary - 2012-03-31 20:40

    Religion = the root of all evil.

      Koos - 2012-03-31 21:02

      Isn't that "money"?

      StrengthOfMind - 2012-04-01 04:24

      Oh yeah, Mary, like people would stop being evil if religion didn't exist. Your comment is so ignorant, it should be expunged from this board.

  • David - 2012-03-31 21:06

    There are far too many examples of government decision-makers and employees seeking to prolong their employment at the expense of the people, for intelligent people to blindly accept the notion that governments have their best interests in mind. Therefore, when people see a problem that government fails to address, then it's only natural for people to band together to solve the problem themselves. Besides, you don't move to Holland to be Arab, Germany to be Syrian or America to be Mexican. If you want to keep your native culture STAY HOME!!

      Jacqui - 2012-04-01 12:32

      David, very true. In Holland there are Turks etc, living that have been there for forty years or longer. They know nothing of the Dutch culture and cannot speak the language. Then there is the influx of Africans and Eastern Europeans, all demanding their rights for shelter, food, clothing and financial support and these demands are bleeding the country dry. Is it any wonder that animosity is growing?.

      Niki - 2012-04-01 15:25

      @ Jacqui: Well, there are people whose ancestors have been living in Africa for centuries, yet who don't speak any African language...

  • David - 2012-03-31 21:37

    How is it xenophobic to expect immigrants to assimilate into the culture of the country they choose to enter? If the immigrants are so intolerant of the new host country's culture, why did they move there? Aren't the job opportunities they are so desperate for, the direct result of the culture they are moving to? Isn't it more xenophobic for immigrants to demand their new host country adopt the culture of the country they just abandoned? Isn't the desperation of their their native country the result of their native culture? We are already seeing in every country that will accept them, that when immigrants flee from poverty stricken or despotic countries and refuse to assimilate, they bring with them all the injustice, pettiness, crime and hatred they claim to be fleeing. There are only two solutions: Enforce assimilation or deportation.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-31 22:00

      I totally agree with you. Europe should ban all religions. If you stay at someone's house, respect their rules, so if you want to be a certain way then go where that way is accepted. The liberals always end up getting beaten by the sticks which they help liberate.

  • warren.graham3 - 2012-03-31 21:55

    I have been living in Sweden the last few years and let me tell you, the amount of arab muslims here is absolutely shocking. The neighbourhoods they live in look as dirty and run down as anything else in the Middle East. These people have no desire or interest to integrate into Swdish society, they live off the benefits the Swedish government provides. what's more, their children riot, set cars and buildings aflame and vandalise at every opprtunity presented to them. I, as a white South African thought it could never get any worse than what I experienced in Africa, but let me tell you... these people are a plague and a menace but there's stuffall any of us can do about it. they're here to stay...

  • jerry.frey3 - 2012-03-31 22:11

    Decide for yourself.

  • Abdul - 2012-03-31 22:46

    This article stinks of 'political correctness' with its talk of 'Islamophobia' & 'xenophobia', without ever once mentioning the 'INFIDELPHOBIA' that Europe's Sharia-infested Muslims puke up on a daily basis. In one sense, 9/11 was a mixed blessing here in America, because it has made 95% of Americans suspicious of Islam and its twisted goal of conquering 'infidels' and spreading their filthy, vile religion BY THE SWORD.

      David - 2012-04-01 00:58

      I do not oppose Islam as a religion so long as it confines itself to worship services and influencing its willing followers (even though I believe their 'Allah' is Satan – by their works ye shall know them). Religion is supposed to be a club who's maximum power is to expel those who fail to follow its rules. Unfortunately, Islam is NOT a religion. It is an aggressive, integrated social/political/legal force that seeks to control all aspects of daily life under the cloak of religion. Its fruits are a culture that loves death and killing, lovers of riots and violence, quick to take offense, smothers economic prosperity and an institutionalized inability to coexist with others. When islamists enter a foreign country, they do so with the intent of eventually establishing Sharia law no matter what a country's established constitution or by-laws are. This is sedition at best, and invasion at worst. Both are capitol offenses!

  • Robert - 2012-03-31 23:09

    The "Fascists with a human face" have encouraged the Islamists to spread in Europe, hoping that the Muslims would embrace Marxism as they became enlightned.

  • Macaroni - 2012-03-31 23:57

    Europe - This is your future...and it's already arrived:

  • viator16 - 2012-04-01 01:39

    Islam does not make a distinction between using force and using persuasion. It believes that the government must be Islamic and that it must enforce Islamic law. All who are not Muslims are considered enemies of Islam. Europe is in a state of denial. Islam will not rest until all of Europe is under the cresent moon.

  • edward.l.simmons - 2012-04-01 02:04

    Huge difference in the slant with this article. The Norway murderer was and is mentally ill. The France murderer was raised with an ideology to kill Jews and non-muslims. He is not diagnosed with a mental illness, he's just following what he and millions are taught. The author predicted 700 more anti-jihadist attacks. Where in the world do you get those Numbers? What is the ratio of Jihadist and anti-Jihadist attacks currently? This isn't journalism it is propaganda. Try to skew it any way you want, but there is a huge difference between a society that teaches its' members to hate and kill than a random schizophrenic sociopath. Nice try in fooling your readers.

  • Lou - 2012-04-01 02:26

    governments are paralyzed by political correctness ,especially towards muslims. in the states, we had a muslim military officer murder fellow servicemen, then was whisked away without one knows the status of this man and they refuse to even call him a muslim extremist. groups like this form because of government inaction. we have the same problem with other minority killings as well...there will be hell to pay.

  • Lawrence - 2012-04-01 02:54

    There IS a cosmic war between good and evil.

  • Krut - 2012-04-01 05:39

    It's about time Europe woke up about Islam.

  • Krut - 2012-04-01 05:40

    It's about time Europe woke up about Islam.

  • Rob - 2012-04-01 10:07

    Polarisation into fundamentalism strips religion of what little value it has in the world. Two very significant causes of polarisation are: 1. Host countries adopting leftist policies that permit groups of immigrants to maintain social and cultural isolation from the host country's society at the same time as benefiting from the host's umberella of social benefits. 2. A core feature of most fundamentalist/extremist religions being the demand to convert non-believers. Hopefully the right wing response is going to push European governments to deal with these issues in order to reverse the rot from within, whether immigrant or native.

  • johan.lotz1 - 2012-04-01 10:08

    If you want to go there publish the facts. Religious conflict around the world look a bit diffirent then the 2 you mentioned. I an sure 99% of all religious inspired conflict is Muslim...It is the religion of violence no othe way to explain it

  • johan.lotz1 - 2012-04-01 10:19

    A quote from the Quran will set the record straight; "Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued. (9:29 Jizya is the money that non-Muslims must pay to their Muslim overlords in a pure Islamic state.)

  • Grant - 2012-04-01 11:51

    Well, when once completely homogenous countries become 20% ethnically foreign in under 50 years... what do you expect? Europe is not the USA, nor is it South Africa or any other former colony. Europe is made up of ethnic groups that have lived there for millenia. It is their only home and they are as rooted in the land as the San are in South Africa. Yet in the name of multiculturalism these people are now expected to share their lands with millions of muslims and non-europeans and act like everything is okay. Sweden received more asylum seekers from North Africa, and the Middle east than the whole of Europe combined in recent years. These are literally people from the most horrendous corners of the earth (Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq) and suddenly their supposed to be hard-working, upstanding Swedes. What a crock of bull****. Let's hope this experiment ends before more lives are lost...

  • Steve - 2012-04-01 14:18

    My word what a utterly dishonest article. The author has no shame. The author has not an atom of integrity, he uses an aboration in Breivik against the literally hundreds of violent Islamic attacks in Europe. It is not xenophobic to recognise that Islam is a fascist totalitarian ideology that will never mix with European ideals of individual freedoms.

  • knewport1553 - 2012-04-01 16:11

    Brevik is erroneously labeled a far right extremist. Right is conservative. Further right is more conservative. Conservatives are the silent majority that are too busy developing skills and tallents with which to provide a service to their community. We are builders and honest working people, and have no time for the type of destructive violence that typifies the dysfunctional left. It won't work to try to promote acceptance for the left's dysfunctional behavior by falsely framing the conservative backbone of this country as extreme. The left owns this peculiar nefarious territory.

  • John - 2012-04-01 16:32

    Jihad is islam. currently main stream islam accept Jihad as part of the religion, it isn't the extreme it is the main stream. those few islamic groups that have condemned jihad are on the out side looking in. the E.D.L. isn't anti semitic, nationalist yes, it came about due to the excess of islam in England and elsewhere. I for one support the E.D.L. as i am worried about the islamic anti semitism as shown in France and other places

  • gillian.sabino1 - 2012-04-03 22:49

    Europe must send back all the Illegals. Illegal immigration must be a crime. It reduces expenditure of State benefits to those who contribute in the first place. It reduces crime. It reduces social tensions.

  • Man - 2012-04-26 01:01

    Breivik is a VERY SANE anti-christ fascist as many in european tribes who did the 9-11 inside job on behalf of the khazars who control them psychologically and financially. Slobodan Milosevic and Radovan Karadzic were covered up by the european tribes and a FALSE FLAG of 9-11 was painted. Honorable Dr Alan Sabrosky, Dr Niels Harrit, Dr Steven Jones, Dr James Fetzer and the architects for 9-11 truth have all proven that 2 planes hit, 3 buildings fell, Building SEVEN mysteriously fell in controlled demolition style and NANOTHERMITE chips were found in tons of quantities as well as the molten iron streams. The european cant hide their true deceptive face. Brievik is the kosher fruit of decades of european lies during the bosnian genocide, the appeasement of the serbs, and the service to the khazars and the 9-11 false flag lies. he is the kosher fruit and there might be many more humungous fruits from the seed of lies europe sowed in the previous decades. Darrel Myatt is one more Brievik in the USA in the making

      Fred - 2012-04-26 02:56

      What absolute delusional nonsense, as delusional as Brevick himself.

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