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Anders Behring Breivik: Enoch Powell, The Hitler Youth and the Knights Templar

by | 17th, April 2012

ANDERS Behring Breivik murdered 77 people. He murdered eight people in Oslo’s government district with a bomb. He murderd 69 at a Labor Party youth camp on Utøya island. Anders Behring Breivik says he was acting in self-defence. He says he was inspired by Al Qaeda’s methods in venerating and creating martyrs. He says:

“If you look at July 22, all were shocked, even militant nationalists. But I think the threshold for aggravated acts of violence by militant nationalists has been lowered. We have attempted to introduce new traditions for militant nationalists in Europe and we have taken a bit from al Qaeda and Islamists including the use of martyrdom. Al Qaeda is the most successful militant group in the world and I believe militant nationalists in Europe have a great deal to learn from them. The resistance movement since World War Two has been pathetic and we have to introduce these new traditions.”

Did he work alone?

“I am linked to two others who are independent cells, so there are three cells.”

He claims to be a member of the Knights Templar, a group formed in London in

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