Sunday, 24 July 2011

Bloodshed in the name of God

Anders Breivik, a 32 year old Norwegian Right-Wing Christian, unleashed the vicious and callous attack that claimed the lives of around one hundred people in Norway yesterday.

 Mass-murderer Breivik

Breivik planned the atrocity over a period of 10 years. He also posted his 'manifesto of hate' on line the day before the attacks.  It is unbelievable that those who knew him and his extremist views, failed to alert the police. I wonder how they're feeling now? Maybe they're OK, maybe they support his views and actions.

Breivik, the self-styled fascist-christian, is waging war on society in order to launch a new Crusade that will  expel Muslims from Europe.

When extremism and religion meet,  the outcome is always catastrophic. The Twin Towers, The Crusades, The Inquisition, Hitler's anti-Semitic war and so on. Same old story, different year.

The following is an extract from Breivik's diary, courtesy of The Aftonbladet Newspaper.

June 11, 2011

"I prayed for the first time in a long time today. I told God that if he did not want Marxist- Islamist Alliance and the Islamists to take over European Christianity altogether within the next 100 years, he must ensure that the warriors who fight for European Christianity will rule. "


Extremism + Religion = Evil



  1. Interesting view. Religion ‘does’ seem to throw up an awful amount of hatred and violence round the world. Doesn’t seem to be too much peace and love involved, more like: ‘what I believe is the truth and if you don’t think the same you are wrong and must die.’

  2. So tru EW. Like saying "believe in my fairytale oryou're not worthy. Tragic lack of logic. Thanks for the comment

  3. It's such a shame that religion becomes an excuse for thinking like this.

  4. A scam from the beginning. Starting with the concept of original sin. "You're born with a disease. We have the only cure. If you don't take it, and tell everyone how great it is, we'll kill you."

    It's not even a good scam. The level of willful ignorance, and distrust of anything scientific has reached dangerous levels here in the US, and in my state in particular (Arizona). What happened in Norway has already happened here, though on a smaller scale. I fear it will get worse before it gets better.

  5. Baglady; an excuse indeed - the more religious the more separatist the mind.

    Louis; I totally agree with you, dangerous levels indeed especially with the evolution-deniers.It is frightening how religion and ignorance makes a deadly toxic cocktail. The only thing people like us can do is spread secularism - the only way out of the dark ages. Thanks for the comment