ABB seems to have a new tie every day! And plenty newspapers report 'live' from the court, i.e. publish comments on their web sites every minute what is happening in court ... but no pictures. I asked one reporter what tie ABB was carrying today = no reply.
Lest there are still people nurturing doubts that the Breivik psyop is truly meant to be Norway's "9/11" (and to squeeze into the public's psyche yet another reminder of September 11, 2001) here is an artist's illustration published by major Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten. And no - these are not meant to be the New York twin towers. They're meant to depict the Norwegian government buildings "destroyed by Breivik's fertilizer bomb" in Oslo... http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks ... 6LhrlImySo
Al Qaeda Wants You to Know It's Nothing Like Anders Breivik
Infamous terrorist network Al Qaeda may be many terrible things but it's no Anders Breivik.
That's the message, at least, in the latest issue of Inspire, the English-language magazine published by the terror group and delivered to The Atlantic Wire by the Middle East Media Research Institute this afternoon. In the new issue, Al Qaeda editors devote an entire article to contrasting its brand of terrorism with the Norwegian mass killer in a piece titled "Do the mujahideen and Christian terrorists have similar goals?"
It's pretty morbid stuff, but it's hard not to chuckle at the straightforward way in which the Islamic terrorists try to calmly distinguish their killing of innocent civilians with Breivik's killing of innocent civilians. Apples and oranges, they insist!
"I have studied each one of their actions, what they have done wrong, what they have done right," Breivik said of the terrorist group. "We want to create a European version of al-Qaida." He also called the group "the most successful revolutionary movement in the world" and said it should be an inspiration to extreme right groups despite the difference in goals.
ABB wrote:...the most successful revolutionary movement in the world.
Heiwa wrote:Strange testimony of the boat captain/Utöya handyman Jon Olsen May 3, 2012: His boat, M/S Thorbjörn, was ready on the mainland when ABB (dressed as police man) + car (loaded with guns and amo (1000+ rounds) arrived and were immediately shipped to island. A guard on the boat did nothing and just looked on. On island Jon offered to drive ABB:s car up to the main house. On island Jon saw ABB kill another guard so Jon decided to escape with his boat and some children. Jon wanted to contact a friend – a Norwegian soldier on leave from Afghanistan (!) that maybe had arms at home (?); Jon and soldier friend should then return to Utöya and capture ABB. It seems Jon didn’t call the police.
"He then hailed a silver-coloured taxi which drove him, by now dressed in a stolen police uniform, and his assortment of weapons to Utoya island where 600 adolescent members of the Norwegian Labour party were enjoying a summer camp for the nation's "most promising future politicians".
The taxi driver recalled this week: "There was nothing suspicious about him at all. He seemed just like any easy-going cop. He told me he was just going to check the security on the island because of the bomb blast in Oslo that we were hearing about on the car radio."
The taxi driver hailed the Utoya island ferry boat to come and pick Breivik up. The ferryman willingly obliged. Breivik, with an automatic rifle slung over his arm in a case, was also carrying a large black plastic suitcase full of his other weapons. The ferryman remembers lugging the case up the jetty. "I was a bit surprised how heavy it was," he said in an interview yesterday. Once off the jetty, Breivik unpacked his weapons and like a murderous Pied Piper, began summoning the band of happy campers to come towards him. "I have come to protect you," he insisted as he opened fire."
dailymail.co.uk wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... court.html
Crime scene: The white van was believed to have been driven onto the island of Utoya by the gunman who then opened fire on groups of children attending a summer camp
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1tvlbVUPe
Heiwa wrote: A guard on the boat did nothing and just looked on.
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