This video from Norway says about itself:
Police brutality and racism in Norway
Eugene Obiora (1958-2006) was killed by policemen in Trondheim on September 7th 2006. All of the officers are still working for the police.
Translated from Dutch news site nu.nl:
“Norwegian politicians wanted to kill government officials’
Last Updated: August 5, 2011 10:32
OSLO – The Norwegian police has started an investigation of recorded conversations in which two senior local party members of the Norwegian party Demokraterne say that they want to kill members of the Norwegian government.
Norwegian media reported this on Friday.
”It would be nice to force them down on their knees, put a Glock pistol in their necks and to shoot them then,”said one politician in the recording to which broadcaster TV2 has access.
“The Christmas dinner of the government is the perfect time to block all exits with petrol bombs”, the other politician is said to have replied.
Meanwhile, one of the politicians involved has apologized and has said it was ”empty words”.
The recordings were made after a meeting with the theme Stop the Islamization of Norway.
Apparently, Norwegian racists think that Anders Breivik has not murdered enough supporters (mostly children) of the Norwegian Social Democrat government yet.
The names of those two politician wannabe killers of (Center) Leftists are Håvar Krane and Kaspar Birkeland.
This xenophobic “Democrat” party arose from a split in the Rightist “Progress” party (the party in which mass murderer Anders Breivik has been an active member). The name is not an allusion to real democratic intentions, which they don’t have, but to the racist party in neighbouring Sweden, the “Swedish Democrats“.
From (conservative) United States blog Little Green Footballs:
Breivik’s political idol ‘Fjordman’ emerges from anonymity
I am Fjordman, says Peder Jensen
Terrorism • Aug 5, 2011 at 1:56 am PDT
I can’t vouch for the reliability of VG as I know nothing about it other than what’s written in its Wikipedia entry.
I find the idea that Fjordman/Jensen was shocked at being cited as an influence by Breivik a bit difficult to believe. Note that beyond saying the doesn’t want to be associated with Breivik and his “horrible actions”, at no point in the interview does he express any sympathy for the victims (he seems primarily concerned about himself), nor does he indicate that he feels the least bit penitent. Granted, this may not be the full transcript of the interview, but his writings and the company he’s kept all these years speak pretty loudly.
Support for Breivik among Italian xenophobic politicians: here.
Letter from a teenage survivor of Breivik’s massacre:
Dear Anders Behring Breivik,
A lot of the friends I met at Utoya are dead and you are the perpetrator. You are the man who, by coincidence, didn’t kill me. I was lucky.
You might think that you have won. You might think that you have ruined something for the Labour Party and for people around the world who stand for a multicultural society by killing my friends and fellow party members.
Know that you have failed.
Breivik was no lone wolf – now we must act: here.
Anders Behring Breivik’s horrific massacre of scores of young social democrats in Norway stands as an appalling alarm of the filth that is being dredged up from the dark underbelly of European society as it spasms from one crisis to another: here.