Sunday, July 24, 2011

The Oslo Killings And Anders Behring Breivik: The Ultimate False Flag?


The death toll in the Oslo terror attacks has risen to 92, with at least 85 people reported dead so far from the shooting attack when a gunman opened fire at a summer camp on Utøya Island and 7 reported deaths from coordinated bomb blasts that took place in central Oslo near the government quarter in Regjeringskvartalet.

The killer at Utøya is now said to have been a Norwegian named Anders Behring Breivik, 32 who was charged over both attacks, but the Norwegian authorities admit the possibility that another person was involved.According to the police, he surrendered when they approached him.
Given the sophisticated planning behind the attacks and the coordinated timing, a couple of my sources who are familiar with these matters tell me that this was almost certainly a group effort. I'd say it's virtually a certainty.

The suspect's lawyer said that Breivik admitted responsibility for the attacks which he described as "atrocious" but "necessary", adding that he would explain himself in court.

This man, if we believe the information that's already come to light, bought six tons of fertilizer and constructed sophisticated, remotely detonated explosives with them. These are not the kind of devices one can learn to construct on the internet; hands on training or assistance in the bombings from people who've had that training is necessary.Where did Breivik receive it?

Because fertilizer bombs have been used before in some high profile terrorist bombings, most merchants in western countries would report a purchase that large from someone they didn't know to the authorities. Did they do so in this instance? And if they did, what did the authorities do with the information?

Breivik is being tagged as a 'right wing, Christian fundamentalist', yet there are no such groups in Norway with any history of violence, nor does Breivik have any major, long-time connection with any of them. The whole thing appears too perfect. His Facebook page appeared only days before the killings, and the entries giving him the label of a right wing 'Christian' conservative were made after the attacks were planned out and the preparation was completed. In fact his Facebook page and profile appears as if it was meant to deceive anyone looking into his background. And in Europe especially, there are a great many people happy to have a European 'Timothy McVeigh' to take the spotlight off of the far more prevalent and dangerous Islamist terrorism.

Actually, McVeigh and the Oklahoma City bombing may be a closer fit than anyone realizes, when one does some research and looks at the Middle East connections to the Oklahoma City bombing and to Ramzy Youseff, who used the same m.o. and equipment adopted in the Oklahoma City bombings in the first World Trade Center bombing.

Al-Qaeda, Hizb-al-Tahrir and the Muslim Brotherhood have all said a great deal in the post 9/11 environment about the desirability of recruiting what al-Qaeda's leader Ayman Zawahiri has termed 'white moors' - white, European Christians who have converted to Islam - to conduct terrorist operations.

This has actually happened before in Europe, and I noted at the time I thought we could expect more `white Muslims' to be a part of jihad. In America, we have a number of American blacks who have been engaged in terrorist activities, and we also have al-Qaeda senior operative Adam Yehiye Gadahn, AKA Adam Pearlman, AKA `Azzam the American'.

Riddle me this, if you please - what if Anders Behring Breivik is a radicalized Norwegian Muslim who was groomed and trained to perform this mission,and is utilizing the Muslim doctrine of taqqiya which permits a Muslim to deceive non-believers to advance Islam? And what if he was then trained to pose as a 'far Right, Christian fundamentalist' to get authorities in Europe to take their eye off of Islamist groups and crack down on thus far non-violent anti-Jihadist groups? If you were planning an Islamist terrorist operation, can you think of a more likely or desirous scenario?

I expect Breivik to go to court and mouth a great of the expected far Right talking points. And perhaps that's really whom he is. But usually people this leave a long trail of statements, associations and activities, like white supremacist Buford O. Furrow, Jr., the man who shot up the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills, California in 1999 with a semiautomatic weapon.

Breivik is obviously a disturbed fanatic. But I wonder if we're going to see a real investigation of who Anders Behring Breivik really is? Will we see an investigation of his travel record, his associations, his friends, any possible romantic relationships, his financial and court dealings if any? Have his phone records and e-mails been checked? Where did he learn to fire an automatic weapon? Why did the Islamist group "Helpers of the Global Jihad" post a message claiming credit and then suddenly withdraw it? There are reports of a second shooter on Utøya Island, which make sense given the number of casualties. Who was he?

These are all questions that need to be asked, and it remains to be seen if there will be a through and honest investigation to find the answers or if the 'far Right, Christian fundamentalist' narrative is going to be pushed regardless of whether it's true or not.

There are a great many figures in the Leftist establishment who would be only too eager to do so. And again, it may very well be that's we're dealing with.

But that seems to perfect, too pat an answer. As I said, something doesn't seem quite right here.

Comment: No sooner did this blog write yesterday, today the attack begins. A story going viral on the net by Kane immediately discredits Zionism and Christianity and links both to the murders in Norway. Furthermore, Mr. Kane, supposedly a reporter with some integrity rather than an agenda jumps to the conclusion that "Islamophobia" by right-wing zealots is equal to an unfounded fear by same regarding Islam-huh??? This is an amazing stretch and one that will be amplified and vilified during the coming days. So much for investigative reporting-oh, the writer can only assume the murderer was a Christian, afterall on his facebook site it labels him as such. Oh, the facebook site was created less than two weeks ago-this does not cause anyone to pause and ask...?

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