Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jul 29, 2011 at 03:35
you stated about Anders Breivik "He's not a Christian" and provided a link to an article which analyzes a few disconnected passages from the compendium in a highly biased and unreliable form. If you cared to read the comments on the site you refered to you must have noticed that this article was refuted by one blogger who calls himself or herself "Truth".
But what is worse for your "source" is that it hides -and I'd say intentionally - from us what Anders himself would like to tell us on this point without all the annoited intermediaries, psychoanalysts and all the rabid PC pack that is delacerating his personality,distorting his life and vilifying his honour and motivation.
On p. 1399 we read "Personal facts:Name: Andrew Berwick... Religion: Christian, Protestant but I support a reformation of Protestantism leading to it being absorbed by Catholicism. The typical "ProtestantLabourChurch" has to be deconstructed as its creation was an attempt to abolish the Church
Religious: I went from moderately to agnostic to moderately religious"
More details follow on p. 1518-1519 in form of an interview :
"Q: Are you a religious man, and should science take priority over the teachings
of the Bible?
A: My parents, being rather secular wanted to give me the choice in regards to religion.
At the age of 15 I chose to be baptised and confirmed in the Norwegian State Church. I
consider myself to be 100% Christian. However, I strongly object to the current suicidal
path of the Catholic Church but especially the Protestant Church. I support a Church that
believes in self defence and who are willing to fight for its principles and values, at least
resist the efforts put forth to exterminate it gradually. The Catholic and Protestant Church
are both cheering their own annihilation considering the fact that they embrace the
ongoing inter-faith dialogue and the appeasement of Islam. The current Church elite has
shown its suicidal face, as vividly demonstrated last year by the archbishop of
Canterbury's speech contemplating the legitimacy of Shariah in parts of Britain.
I trust that the future leadership of a European cultural conservative hegemony in Europe
will ensure that the current Church leadership are replaced and the systems somewhat
reformed. We must have a Church leadership who supports a future Crusade with the
intention of liberating the Balkans, Anatolia and creating three Christian states in the
Middle East. Efforts should be made to facilitate the de-construction of the Protestant
Church whose members should convert back to Catholicism. The Protestant Church had
an important role once but its original goals have been accomplished and have
contributed to reform the Catholic Church as well. Europe should have a united Church
lead by a just and non-suicidal Pope who is willing to fight for the security of his subjects,
especially in regards to Islamic atrocities.
I fully support that the Church gains more or less monopoly on religion in Europe…Regarding my personal relationship with God, I guess I'm not an excessively religious man. I am first and foremost a man of logic. However, I am a supporter of a monocultural Christian Europe."
Do you know the Latin saying "In verba magistri iurare"? It was coined to describe situations like the one here.Your master asserts something which reality does contradict.
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