It’s pathetic to see conspiracy theories cropping up in some threads of the nationalist blogosphere. I may disagree with many things of Occidental Dissent after the blog made a wrong turn at the beginning of the last year. But at least it has been an oasis free from all sorts of conspiracy theories.
Here’s what Hunter Wallace wrote today about the Norway 2011 massacre. He places the burden of responsibility to one man’s decision: Anders Behring Breivik, the subject of my previous post.
Anders Behring Breivik isn’t a lunatic.
This is someone who clearly understands the gravity of the situation and who was disturbed enough by what is being done to his country and his civilization to take matters into his own hands.
Just watching this video, I found myself thinking: we always knew that it was going to come to this, we always knew the Eurabian civil war was inevitable, we always knew the revolt was coming against the EUnuchs who led the people to the precipice of destruction.
[Here Wallace embedded the same video authored by Anders Behring Breivik I added in the postscript of my previous entry.]
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Prof. Kevin MacDonald has written an article that quotes extensively Breivik’s work. It is worth reading and I must say that I am perfectly familiar with the sources that Breivik quotes, since I was involved in the counter-jihad movement before I came to the nationalist camp.
1 reply on “Hunter Wallace on the 2011 Norway attacks”
I’m surprised that, eight months after the event, the Breivik controversy continues in an intelligent forum.