Anders Behring Breivik's Hate-Filled "Manifesto"


Suspected Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik has reportedly written a 1,500 page "manifesto" explaining why he allegedly set off a bomb in downtown Oslo and opened fire at a summer camp, killing 93 people.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the rambling document goes into detail of his hatred for Muslims, talking about his encounters with Muslim gangs in as a teenager:

Even at that time, the Muslim gangs were very dominating in Oslo East and in inner city Oslo. They even arranged “raids” in Oslo West occasionally, subduing the native youths (kuffars) and collecting Jizya from them (in the form of cell phones, cash, sunglasses etc).

I remember they systematically harassed, robbed and beat ethnic Norwegian youngsters who were unfortunate enough to not have the right affiliations.

Muslim youths called the ethnic Norwegians “poteter” (potatoes, a derogatory term used by Muslims to describe ethnic Norwegians). These people occasionally raped the so called “potato whores.

Apparently joining a formal hate group like the skinheads "was never an option:"

Their dress codes and taste of music was unappealing and I thought they were too extreme. I hated rock then and I still do.

Breivik also talks about his upbringing, as well as his preference for prostitutes instead of real relationships, especially as he planned his "mission:"

I have reserved 2,000 euro from my operations budget which I intend to spend on a high quality model escort girl one week prior to execution of the mission.

I will probably arrange that just before or after I attend my final martyr's mass in Frogner Church. It will contribute to ease my mind as I imagine I will get tense and very nervous. It is easier to face death if you know you are biologically, mentally and spiritually at ease.

Breivik will be arraigned on Monday. His lawyer said Breivik has requested an open hearing. "He wants to explain himself," said Geir Lippestad. The New York Daily News reports that Breivik told his attorney that while the attacks were "atrocious," they were also "necessary." 


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