a short movie which is partly made by the terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. Breivik also exhaustively references the Knights Templar, which he calls Breivik put on the front page of his “ A European Declaration of. Used this link because you cannot watch it on YouTube without an account – not sure if everyone has one. Knights Templar

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I have just finished knughts through what appears to be the 1,page manifesto and handbook of the perpetrator of the worst terrorist attack in Norwegian history.

The manifesto, bylined by someone calling himself Andrew Berwick, is entitled ” A European Declaration of Independence” and was posted on Stormfront. In it, “Berwick” declares himself a “Justiciar Knight Commander,” a leading member of a “re-founded” Knights Templar group formed at an April meeting in London. He claims the founding group has 9 members, whom he does not name, and that three other sympathizers were not able to attend the original meeting. In grim, apocalyptic language, it advocates attacks on “traitors” across Europe who are supposedly enabling a Muslim takeover of the continent.

We gave peace a chance. The time for armed resistance has come. The manifesto also provides detailed instructions for everything from making a bomb to raising funds to preparing physically and mentally for what the author describes as a coming three-stage “civil war” between patriotic nationalists and “multiculturalists” who are, wittingly or not, destroying European civilization.


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Filled with hateful rantings against Muslims — whom the author claims are on a trajectory to take over Europe and erase its culture patrimony — the writing bears a great resemblence to online comments attributed to Anders Breivik, 32, the confessed architect of a massacre that has so far claimed nearly lives. The author also claims to knightz Norwegian, and says that English is not his native language.

And at the bottom of the document are several pictures of Breivick in different outfits, including the frogman costume pictured above. Most suggestive 22083 all, perhaps, is the detailed diary the author kept of his day attempt to secretly build a fertilizer bomb while hiding out at a farm purchased explicitly for that purpose — chronicling his attempts to construct a device that would kill as many people as possible.

I prepared a test device today and drove off to a very isolated site. If this test would fail, I would abandon operation A and move forward with the non-spectacular operation B. I lit the fuse, went out of range and waited. It was probably the longest 10 seconds I have ever endured…. knighst

The detonation was successful!!!: I would have to come back a few hours later to investigate the blast hole, to see if both compounds had detonated. Oddly, despite his evident hatred of Muslims and Arabs, “Berwick” professes admiration for al Qaeda, which he lists as one of only two “successful militant organisations” due to its “superior structural adaptation. In another eerie parallel, he also calls for suicidal operations in service of the larger cause: Trending Now Sponsored Links by Taboola.


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