No one knows what is in the head of a lunatic
Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
Submitted by NuritG (United States), Jul 27, 2011 at 21:37
No one knows what is in the head of a lunatic. Many theories have been voiced already. But if I was a European, a Norwegian, I will be disturbed too. Because since the end of WWII, the European leadership have stifled free speech and have adopted an appeasing Islam and multiculturalism policy and have eroded the nature and culture of each European country.
Andres Behring Breivik, the Norway's homemade mass killer, jolted Europe. ... The more I read about the Islamization of Europe and the way the extreme Left European bureaucrats have and are ruining Europe, the more I am convinced that many Europeans are beginning to understand with whom they are dealing, the ruling class and the Moslems in their midst. The assault against the established Western cultures has been orchestrated by nationals of each country who decided to import Islamists to help them destroy their own countries; they are using the Islamists as proxies.
The STRESS RAISERS, introduced inside each country, will cause more and more such reactions everywhere. Andres Behring Breivik got fed up with his government's conduct and with the way Norway is heading; like many, he wants Norway to be JUST Norway not two Norways' – Norway and Norwaystan. I totally understand him!
Remember Geert Wilders, the Dutch politician, trial that ended recently was all about free speech so stifled in Europe, not about Islam hate or Islamophobia.
Survival Guide for the Western World
National Unity NOT Diversity
ONE culture NOT MANY cultures-Multiculturalism
Islamophobia NOT Appeasing and supporting Islam
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