The Nightmare In Norway Excerpt:
Anders Breivik, the arrested suspect of the horrendous murder spree in Norway, "opposed multiculturalism and Muslim immigrants in Norway" and "championed opposition to 'Cultural Marxism,' a right-wing anti-Semitic concept developed primarily by William Lind of the US-based Free Congress Foundation, but also the Lyndon LaRouche network," says Chip Berlet, a senior analyst at Political Research Associates.
Friday, July 22 was an unimaginable dark day for the people of Norway. A horrible bombing in Oslo was followed later in the day by a murderous shooting spree at a Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya. All told, the death toll may reach as high as 100. The bombing was an apparent attempt on the life of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.
* IREHR reported late Friday evening that "New evidence has surfaced indicating that Breivik appears to be a fan of the Tea Party's favorite Islamophobe, Pamela Geller.
* The website Little Green Footballs reports that he's been posting links to Geller's website Atlas Shrugged since at least 2009."
* Time magazine reported that "Norwegian police describe Breivik as a conservative, right-wing extremist and a Christian fundamentalist.
Crooks & Liars Excerpt:
The picture that's emerging is of an ordinary right-wing man stoked into anger by theories about "Cultural Marxism" that originated on the anti-Semitic far right but have in recent years been spreading into more mainstream venues, promoted by the likes of Andrew Breitbart, among others.
Breivik had recently posted a political YouTube video outlining why “Christian soldiers” and “cultural conservatives” should rise up against “multiculturalism.” In the video, he invokes Masonic lore, the Knights Templar's, and the Crusades for his inspiration and ties Marxists and Muslims together as a common enemy.
The video, which was taken down and subsequently posted on other YouTube accounts, also features President Obama as part of a threat Breivik referred to as “Cultural Marxist Deconstruction.”
DailyKos - Right-wing Defends Breivik's Work
Breivik's "Solidprinciples" Facebook Page. (Note: Some consider this Facebook page a fake)
Knights Templar 2083 by Anders Behring Breivik - Oslo killer