Norway?  Firggin’ Norway? These are very sick people indeed. Didn’t we have a neutron bomb worked up once? Time to revive it.

UPDATE: initial stories had Muslim terrorists claiming credit for this atrocity but that’s apparently not true. So shelve the neutron bomb, but keep it handy.


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8 responses to “Norway?

  1. OldCT

    Who are “these people,” Chris? From the article you linked to…did you not read it?

    “The Norwegian suspect — reported to be a tall, blond man — was arrested.”

    When should we expect your follow-up post on how we must next invade Iceland?

  2. anon

    The NYT describes him as a Christian Fundamentalist.

  3. Dude

    While I’m certain it’s not your intention, your anti-Islam/anti-government rants feed the insatiable hatred of the Timothy McVeighs of the world.

  4. anon

    Dude, it is his intention. He can get very close to vile on this issue. And he conveniently forgets the carnage we bring upon many, many countries.

  5. anon

    CF also probably believes everything he reads.

  6. Anonymous

    From the Rupert Murdock-owned NY Post:
    Profile of a Norwegian terrorist:

    He also went to online forums to vent extremist Islamophobic views and blast immigration policies, reports said.

    He lashed out at socialism for breaking down traditions, culture, national identity and other societal structures — blaming it for creating a society that was weak and confused.

    On his Facebook page, Breivik listed his favorite books as “The Trial” by Franz Kafka and “1984” by George Orwell.

    And he said his favorite television show was “Dexter,” a series about a Miami police forensics expert who moonlights as a serial killer of criminals whom he believes have escaped justice.

    The site appeared to have been blocked by last night, but earlier it had listed interests including bodybuilding, conservative politics and freemasonry.

    Norwegian media said he had set up a Twitter account a few days ago and posted a single cryptic message July 17 saying: “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.”

    His earlier life was in stark contrast, The Times of London reported, saying his attended a middle-class secondary school in Oslo and lived with his mother in a wealthy neighborhood in the city.

    He’d set up his own business, Breivik Geofarm, and a month ago started to run an organic farm in Hedmark, in eastern Norway, where he reportedly produced and stored fertilizer.

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