Monday, August 1, 2011

The Blame Game: Norway Edition

It's not
entirely Anders Breivik's fault that he slaughtered dozens of innocent people. We should also blame the New World Order, Muslims, liberals, Jews, people who don't like Jews, and maybe Hitler.

As Alex Jones showed us, the Powers That Be staged a false-flag terror attack in Norway expressly to give themselves an excuse to squash all patriots who oppose big government and "bankster" fraud. This isn't a Norwegian thing; it's a globalist elite thing. So we must remember that domestic terrorism is not the real threat, here.

Pat Buchanan, who has been a guest on The Alex Jones Show several times, may not agree with the first part of that statement, but he's totally on board with the end of it: The media is using the massacre to undermine right-wing populist movements throughout the world. Domestic terrorism isn't the real problem.

Muslims are. Specifically, Muslims immigrating into countries like Norway. In a column at World Net Daily He writes:

"... awful as this atrocity was, native-born and homegrown terrorism is not the macro-threat to the continent.That threat comes from a burgeoning Muslim presence in a Europe that has never known mass immigration, its failure to assimilate, its growing alienation, and its sometime sympathy for Islamic militants and terrorists."

In conclusion:

"As for a climactic conflict between a once-Christian West and an Islamic world that is growing in numbers and advancing inexorably into Europe for the third time in 14 centuries, on this one, Breivik may be right."

Meanwhile, Pamela Geller (a leading opponent of the "Ground Zero Mosque") informs us that while, yes, Breivik's behaviour was monstrous, the Liberal-sponsored youth camp he targeted was an "indoctrination camp run by Norway’s ruling Labor Party for up-and-coming children of the ruling elite".
The same sentiment was expressed by Alex Jones's ideological twin, Glenn Beck, on his radio show. As reported by The Telegraph: "There was a shooting at a political camp, which sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler youth. I mean, who does a camp for kids that's all about politics? Disturbing."
He made a point of adding that a Republican youth camp would also be disturbing. I guess his fact-checker took the year day off, and couldn't tell him about this. It's a little creepy, sure, but "Hitler youth"?

Frequent Jones guest Wayne Madsen has a different take: Because Breivik was reportedly a fan of Pamela Geller's blog, this all but proves he was part of an Israeli Mossad operation to take over... well, pretty much everything.
He writes, "Because our police forces in America, New Zealand, Norway, Britain, Sweden, Denmark, France, Canada, Australia and elsewhere are infiltrated with Mossad sayanim, katsas, and jumper katsas, we must take it upon ourselves to expose these agents, publicize their names, turn the disinfectant of sunshine on their subterranean operations, and generally, make life miserable for them."

Madsen's piece was re-posted to Infowars.


Highland Host said...

The trouble with these folk is that they are conspiracy-minded. An atrocity committed by a deranged man who believed he was some sort of crusader for a cultural 'Christendom' is just that. It is nothing more. Terrorists have many agendas, usually political in some form. The 'lone nut' like Brevik does not represent anyone but himself.

As an Englishman living in a city with a small but significant Muslim population, let me say that the vast majority of Muslim immigrants are quiet, law-abiding people with their own religious beliefs. There are extremists, but they are a very small number of people, and they are mostly just talkers. The sort of mass violence that Jones and Co. envisage is incredibly rare, and is stirred up by firebrands on both sides.

But then, 'Muslims live in harmony with neighbours' is not a news story. I would invite Mr. Jones to come to England and see how peaceful even a very poor city with high unemployment figures is most of the time. Even in the day when we had a shockingly large number of right-wing extremist councillors (members of the British National Party, which is neo-Nazi).

the_last_name_left said...

Jones et al frequently like to trot out the tired BS about how "everyone always raises the spectre of Hitler" to target whatever they don't like this particular day of the week.

But Jones et al are serial offenders; raising the spectre of Nazism about every turn of events and every socio-political policy they oppose.

For example - eco-nazis, fem-nazis, carbo-nazis, zionism as Nazism, liberal-democracy as Nazism, etc

And all this happens whilst they are silent about the genuine Nazis within their own ranks - eg Willis Carto.

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