Norway police charge rampage suspect

Anders Behring Breivik “confesses” to firing weapons, after 92 killed in youth camp shooting and Oslo bomb attack. Officials in Norway have charged a 32-year-old Norwegian man with killing at least 92 people in a gun and bomb attack described as the worst act of violence in the country since World War II.Police confirmed to Al Jazeera on Saturday that the suspect had been named as Anders Behring Breivik. Breivik, who confessed to firing weapons during questioning on Saturday, belonged to right-wing political groups. But officials said they are not jumping to conclusions about his motives. Reports suggest he belonged to an anti-immigration party, wrote blogs attacking multi-culturalism and was a member of a neo-Nazi online forum. But Norwegian authorities said Breivik, detained by police after 85 people were gunned down at a youth camp and another 7 killed in an Oslo bomb attack on Friday, was previously unknown to them and his internet activity traced so far included no calls to violence. Breivik bought six tons of fertiliser before the massacre, a supplier said on Saturday, as police investigated witness accounts of a second shooter in the attack on Utoya. (…) The suspect was reportedly also a member of a Swedish neo-Nazi internet forum, a group monitoring far-right activity said on Saturday. Police and Norway’s state television named Anders Breivik as the suspect in the bombing and shooting Nordisk, a 22,000-member web forum founded in 2007, describes itself as a portal on the theme of “the Nordic identity, culture and traditions.” In comments from 2009-2010 to other people’s articles on another website, Document, which calls itself critical of Islam, Breivik criticised European policies of trying to accommodate the cultures of different ethnic groups.

via aljazeera: Norway police charge rampage suspect

siehe auch: Norway attacks suspect is ‘Christian fundamentalist’: police. 32-year-old is ethnic Norwegian; Witnesses recount terror. Norwegian police on Saturday described the main suspect in twin bomb and shooting attacks that left at least 91 dead as a Christian fundamentalist. A police official said that information gleaned on the internet suggested the 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian was a „Christian fundamentalist.“; Anders Behring Breivik: motives of a mass murderer. Killer is not ashamed of his terrorist act of massacring Norwegians and bombing government offices in Oslo. The horrific killing spree perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik was likely to have been a result of an internal conflict involving two sets of his core beliefs, according to one of the leading experts on the psychology of killers; Norwegian massacre gunman was a right-wing extremist who hated Muslims. Suspect named by Norwegian media as Anders Behring Breivik. Police believe he is not connected to Islamist organisations. Claims he boasted online about having talks with English Defence League. ‘Loner’ lived with mother in a wealthy suburb and is well-educated. Reports say he attended same school as Norway’s crown prince. Posted on Twitter: ‘One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests’. Farm business gave him easy access to fertiliser – an ingredient used in bomb-making. Police say he is a ‘very demanding suspect'; Who is Anders Behring Breivik? Norway shooting suspect’s profile emerges. The killer behind Friday’s bloodletting in Norway is a boyishly handsome, blond-haired anti-Islamic nationalist interested in politics, violent video games and the T.V. show “Dexter.” (..) The shooter belongs to “right-wing circles” in Oslo, the city in which he resides, according to Norwegian TV2. Meanwhile, The Huffington Post cites the Swedish news site Expressen as saying that he is a “self-described nationalist who has also written a number of posts critical of Islam.”; Anders Behring Breivik: profile of a mass murderer. A right-wing fundamentalist with a hatred for Norway’s left, multiculturalism and Muslims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, has been charged with mass murder for killing 92 Norwegians in twin attacks of bombing in central Oslo and massacre of youths at a youth camp on Utøya island. Not far from of Elverum, 80 miles north of Oslo, a cluster of clapboard buildings, white and red, sits under a low mountain ridge at the end of a dirt track. It is to here, Asta, that armed police came on Friday night with orders to search a farmhouse and buildings for information about 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik, the man charged with killing at least 91 of his countrymen. One of two properties linked to a man accused of bombing central Oslo before commencing a shooting spree at a political youth camp on the island of Utøya, the interest in the farm – which Breivik had registered as a vegetable-growing business called GeoFarm – was obvious. In May, he had six tonnes of chemical fertiliser delivered which police believe was used in the making of his bomb; Norway attacks: Anders Behring Breivik profile. Anders Behring Breivik is the man accused of killing scores of people on the island of Utoya and in a bomb attack in Oslo. Channel 4 News investigates his alleged right-wing sympathies. (…) In posts on a Norwegian website, Breivik shows he has an interest and deep, current knowledge of UK far-right politics. In one posting he called for the establishment of a “Norwegian EDL” and he claims to have had contact with it and another far-right organisation, Stop the Islamification of Europe; Was weiß man über den Attentäter und seine Motive? Innerhalb einer knappen Stunde hat der Norweger Anders Behring Breivik am Freitag 85 junge Menschen der sozialdemokratischen Jugendorganisation auf der Fjordinsel Utöya hingerichtet. Auch für den Bombenanschlag in Oslo soll er verantwortlich sein (…) In zahlreichen nun von der norwegischen Presse durchkämmten Internetdiskussionsforen zeigt sich die rechtsextreme Gesinnung Breiviks jedoch deutlich. Die Beiträge zeugen von einem Weltbild, in dem der rechtsextreme, islamfeindliche Hass des Mannes nur noch von seiner Wut gegen die Arbeiterpartei, die Norwegen jahrzehntelang dominierte, übertroffen wird: Er schimpft über die Seilschaften, die „Stoltenberg Jugend“ und eine Arbeiterpartei die ihr eigenes Volk verrate und verkaufe unter anderem an Muslime. „Wir können das nicht akzeptieren“, schrieb er in einem der Foren. Breivik besaß einen Waffenschein für eine Pistole und zwei Gewehre. Er ging regelmäßig zu einem Schützenverein in Oslo. Über seinen eigenen kleinbäuerlichen Agrarbetrieb für Gemüse im ländlichen Örtchen Rena, bestellte er völlig legal große Mengen an Kunstdünger, den er vermutlich zur Herstellung der Bombe in Oslo benutzte. (…) Ein Einzeltäter betreibt quasi einen „führerlosen Widerstand“, wie es im Handbuch der international tätigen, rechtsmilitanten Gruppierung „Blood & Honour“ als Strategiepapier aufgeführt wird. Die in Deutschland im Jahr 2000 verbotene Organisation beschreibt diesen Tätertypus mit sehr deutlichen Worten: „In Norwegen gab es bereits in den 70er und 80er Jahren sehr blutige Ansätze einsamer NS-Wölfe.“ Gibt es diese Art Täter auch in Deutschland? Die Strategie „Einsamer Wolf“ ist keinesfalls ein rein skandinavisches Problem, sondern wurde von „Blood & Honour“ auch in der Bundesrepublik verfolgt. Im Jahr 2006 fanden auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen Nato-Tanklagers im niedersächsischen Unsen professionell organisierte Wehrsportübungen statt, organisiert von einer Militärschule aus Münster. Der Betreiber Hannes K., ehemaliger Kader von „Blood & Honour“ wurde schließlich 2008 rechtskräftig verurteilt, weil er die verbotene Organisation weiterbetrieben hatte. Neben professionellem Messerkampf wurden auch Scharfschützenausbildungen angeboten, Überfälle auf Kraftfahrzeuge geübt oder der Widerstand gegen Verhöre.

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faschismus ist keine meinung - faschismus ist ein verbrechen fascism is not an opinion - fascism is a crime

Posted on 23.07.2011, in Dienste, Gewalt, Internet, Kameradschaft, Rechtsextremismus. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Wie kann so etwas nur passieren. Breivik war in der Nacht zum Sonntag verhört worden. Stundenlang habe man ihm “das unglaubliche Ausmaß des Schadens und die Zahl der Toten erklärt”, sagte Lippestad. Die Reaktion des vielfachen Mörders war nach Angaben des Anwalts enorm kaltblütig. Er habe die Tötungen “als grausam, aber notwendig erachtet”, sagte Lippestad. Angeblich hat er diese Greultaten jahrelange vorbereitet. Ich frage mich, wozu haben wir unseren Überwachungsstaat? Der hat doch in Norwegen total versagt.

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