En lang kronikk på bloggen "Gates of Vienna", datert 8/8 2011, har tittelen "A Norwegian's Thoughts on the Oslo Attacks" - og den er ifølge Baron Bodissey skrevet av "our Norwegian correspondent The Observer".
"The Observer" tar avstand fra Breiviks terrorhandlinger, men går svært langt i å gi den norske regjeringen skylda for dem. Hvem er "The Observer"? Kan det være "Fjordman" som har skiftet psevdonym? Retorikken kan i hvert fall likne.
Lenke til kronikken/blogginnlegget:
Et lite utdrag som omhandler norske journalister/medier, og som vel må kunne betegnes som typisk "Fjordman-snakk":
The cowardly deference Norwegian papers bestow on the practitioners of Islam is mind-boggling. One could be excused for believing that the majority of journalists in Norway are in fact
Muslims. But this is not the case. The typical left-wing journalist in Norway is a radical atheist. But the way he or she keep idolizing the practitioners of Islam has almost taken on a religious
The Norwegian media still continue to praise and make excuses for Islam, just as they have done following every single Muslim terrorist attack since 9/11.
Og "The Observer" har følgende å melde når det gjelder dagens norske politikk og hele det politiske systemet:
Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg mentioned in his speech after the attacks that the ones who did this were never going to destroy our Norwegian democracy, but many Norwegians would argue that
Norwegian democracy doesn’t exist anymore. It’s just a word without any meaning, used to describe the political system that we all pretend that we have in Norway. Breivik is merely a symptom of this
democratic deficit. In reality the only real political influence Norwegian voters have these days is the opportunity to cast their ballot card every four years, and that’s about it. The voters get to
choose their own dictators. There really aren’t any significant differences in the established political parties. They all embrace multiculturalism to varying degrees. I maintain that Breivik’s
actions could only be possible in a country where democratic principles have been thrown on the rubbish tip, and Norway is most definitely such a country.
Noe av det mest oppsiktsvekkende ved "The Observer"s blogginnlegg er at han - riktignok etter å ha avvist Breiviks handlinger - går svært langt i å forsvare hans tanker, hans manifest - og hans taktiske overveielser(!):
Breivik’s actions are inexcusable and his motivation for targeting his victims is peculiar. But there is no denying that he planned his actions meticulously, and that there was a method to his
madness. Unlike most terrorists, he also planned the aftermath of the attacks in great detail. He wrote a 1500-page manifesto in which he laid out with detailed precision and accuracy what is wrong
with the West today and how a solution can be reached. He has made this manifesto public online, where it has gone viral. It has probably been downloaded by several million people by now. He decided
to be captured alive so that he could use his court case as a media platform to convey his views and political ideas. These ideas would never have reached the MSM otherwise.
Jeg går ut fra at det ikke er bare jeg som finner dette blogginnlegget både oppsiktsvekkende og skremmende?