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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Watch Anders Behring Breivik Video and Manifesto – Knights Templar aka Freemason

Only a few hours before the bomb went off in downtown Oslo, Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik posted the video and written manifesto you can find here on the web. In the manifesto, which contains over 1500 pages, Anders Behring Breivik elaborates on events throughout history and makes continuous references to the Knights Templar. While the Knights of the Templar no longer exist in the form they did in the past, there is a Masonic order (Freemasons) known as the Knights Templar of which Anders Behring Breivik was allegedly a member. He believed that his murder would start a rebirth of the Knights Templar.


I don’t think many people will read his entire manifesto as it’s just too large in volume, however the video sums his feelings up in just over 12 minutes. I think the message Anders Behring Breivik wanted to pass on will be clear – multiculturalism embraced by current Norwegian government is destroying all that this once safe and peaceful country represented and the government is to blame for allowing all that scum into Norway to live off of hard working people’s money and grow greedy and violent at the same time.

He wanted the world to hear what he had to say and achieved just that, but if he wanted to go all in, he could have achieved the same without killing innocent children. They were no threat to him on the island of Utøya and had nowhere to escape. He could have just rounded them up and hold them as hostages. He would have had plenty to use even if some managed to swim away. The outcome for him would have been the same – he would surrender to the police and the whole world would talk about Norwegian terrorist who kidnapped his own people to raise awareness about the threats of multiculturalism in Europe. People didn’t need to die for his message to get through. Anyway, draw your own conclusions. A gore post for today is coming, so don’t get all whiney that there is none in this post.

Download Anders Behring Breivik Manifesto Video here.