Norwegian Killer Linked to Tea Party and EDL 213

Anders Behring Breivik posted links to the Atlas Shrugs website of the Tea Party’s Pamela Geller. Here you can see him under the name of Anders Behring (his middle name) posting links to Geller’s “Atlas Shrugs” site. That cache page is bing translated from Norwegian.

Here is a video of Pamela Geller addressing the Tennessee Tea Party convention. This is a list of links I just copied off her Atlas shrugs website to a stream of virulent anti Norwegian-Muslim articles Geller has been publishing:

January 2009: NORWAY: Jewish children are not allowed to play outdoors –

April 2011: Norway: Muslim Taxidrivers Refuse to Drive Jews to Synagogue

May 2009: More Jewish Graves Desecrated in Norway


2011: Norway: ALL Rapes In Past 5 Years Committed By Muslims

2008: Jewish Genocide watch: Jew Hatred in Norway Part II

2009: JIHAD ON THE JEWS: Something rotten in the state of Norway

2008: ISLAM ATTACKS – Death for Writer! Norway Hides

2007: Massive Islamic Terror Plots: Germany, Norway, Denmark

2007: Email from Norway

2006: Norway calls for Israel Boycott

The links themselves appear to have been disabled. You could still see the links on Atlas Shrugs here as I type this. Someone more technically proficient than me might want to grab a screenshot before the list vanishes.

Geller has been actively promoting links between the Tea Party and the English Defence League. Geller states on her website that she had been in Oslo to attend a pro-Israel rally. It would be interesting to know whether Anders Behring-Breivik was also on that rally.

We are told that Behring Breivik acted alone. In truth he had ideological and communication links with organised far right networks every bit as solid as the comparable connections of Islamic terrorists.

213 thoughts on “Norwegian Killer Linked to Tea Party and EDL

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  • Paul

    Hmm, if the connections were comparable then they would be every bit as solid, just sayin

  • craig Post author


    That is indeed the point I am making. Plainly the links above are just something to give investigators a direction and indicate from where he drew inspiration. But where Muslims are concerned, internet links or the attendance at the same meeting hvae been deemed enough evidence to lock people up for years.

  • nevergiveup

    @Craig, Firefox with the Scrapbook plugin allows you to capture pages whole for reference.

  • Aim Here

    There’s a more direct EDL mention where Breivik expresses admiration for the EDL on

    “Creating a Norwegian EDL should be No. 3 on the agenda after we have started up a cultural conservative newspaper with national distribution.”

    To save you google translating:

    There’s a mention of the acronym ‘GDP’, apparently related to the BNP, EDL and other far-right British groups. Anyone know what he could be referring to?

  • Ole A. Imsen

    The Norwegian version of the EDL’s rally failed so massively that the EDL cut ties.
    The 2009 “Anti-Israel rally” was pro-Palestinian. The reason Norwegian want to boycot Isreal is because of the settlements (which are illegal according to international law) and because they treat Palestinians as “Untermenchen”.
    Israel is a fascist state. Settlements=lebensraum and they treat Palestinians as “Untermenchen”. The only thing Israel has learned from WWII is acting like the Nazis did.

  • Aim Here


    The ‘freemasonry’ photo probably comes from the facebook page that was created on the 17th of July. Apparently Breivik made both a twitter and facebook page on that day. These would presumably be to leave something for the public/media to find after the event, assuming they were created by the suspect himself.

  • mary

    Thanks AimHere. Something for posterity I suppose he was thinking. 92 dead now. Poor parents and relatives and the survivors.
    I see that an attempt was made to take out the Norwegian Foreign Minister in Kabul two years ago. He survived but others did not. He sympathises with the Palestinians.

    This is an unpleasant site too like Geller’s. Who is Ivarfjeld?

  • Lilian El-Doufani

    Thank your for this info. I’ll circulate to my network. Those anti-muslim postings are terrifying.

  • Courtenay Barnett

    There is a lesson here.
    One madman can destroy the lives of so many defenceless teenagers and no doubt psychologically devastate their families. The hate comes from many directions:-
    – Hate immigrants
    – Hate Muslims – or – vice versa hate Jews – or – hate Christians – or – Hindus or whoever
    – Hate, hate, hate
    And some people don’t even recongnise the virus exposed in their own hateful words.
    A friend emailed today and said this:-
    “Where did humanity get the idea that our safety on the planet and our relations with other groups on the planet depends on our ability to construct weapons of deterrence and sustain a defence budget?”
    Norway officially seemed to be taking a more rational and just approach to the Palestinian issue and was not going to contribute money to the banks in the Greek crisis. It also is due to cease its involvement with the Libya bombings as of 1st August. No doubt the hate from the right wing led this crazy man to commit these murderous actions as some sort of retaliatory protest.
    Before more information came out – my mind had led me in this direction:-

    If you were in downtown Oslo and a bomb went off it would make you shit scared if it did not already do serious harm to you.
    At this stage I do not know who was behind the blast, but could I put some things in very human perspective?
    A. A religion is insulted by way of certain cartoons published ( qualifier – for my part I don’t see justification in killing a person because someone drew an insulting picture of my God). Decency, however, would suggest to me ( albeit I am not a religious person) that I don’t go around the world mocking those with Judeo-Christian or Muslim or Hindu or any other type of religious belief and belief in their God. Free speech in every country has it limits and boundaries. And human decency suggests that one need not insult, incite or provoke hostilities – when we full well know that provocation, by its very nature, can lead to violence.
    B. A lot of us in the West simply do not consider the dynamics of A above – but, just blame the Muslims and Islamists or the so-called Al Quiada.
    C. A person walking the streets of Tripoli has a right not to be fearful that a bomb will come hurling down on his or her head, home, family or public service facilities relied on and should be able to live in peace. Resolution 1973 permits a no-fly zone. I am not aware that since the passage of the UN resolution there has been any violation of the no-fly zone by the Libyan authorities. Thus, in point of law, one has to question the legality of the bombs being dropped on the Libyan people. Making war by way of what clearly is a war of aggression must be seen as a provocation.
    D. It is not improbable that for reason of the perceptions of some people of the Muslim faith there is a feeling that it is Muslims being attacked by the West in Libya. If this is so, at this stage, one is left to speculate whether or not the terrorist attack in Oslo and the shooting of the youngsters is not a soft target retaliatory strike in response to the terror bombings of the US/NATO in Libya.
    I do not condone the killing of innocent civilians . The Libyans on the streets of Tripoli are as much human as are the persons walking the streets of Oslo. Bombing either set of persons is in actuality – terrorism. There need to be no political gloss on the observation in the previous sentence. This kind of conduct must be condemned. A leader targeted by Western bombing at the leader’s family’s residence in Triopli. A leader in Oslo having his office targeted and destroyed b y a bomb. A family that loses its child or children in Tripoli – a family that loses a young loved one at a youth camp in Oslo. Can we just simply and honestly term all the attacks – terrorism?
    Can we just stop the fucking bombing and killing of innocent people?
    P.S. The following is noteworthy:-
    1. The bombing took place on a public holiday when the government offices were mostly empty. If someone wanted to do mass murder – the attack would have been on a regular working day.
    2. The person who shot down the youngsters was a Norwegian ( i.e. until I see his picture – I am assuming indigenous white person)
    3. There was close timing of the two attacks. This suggests a single source of the co-ordinated attacks. Who? – black ops?
    4. The thrust will be to promote this so called “war on terror”. One attacks a country that does not attack you then expects – what war or peace? War of course – that is how they make the money – by having reasons to make and drop the bombs.”

    Maybe the whole horrible attack can help us all to pause and reflect some about what we are doing in the world with all the hate, the wars, the bombings.
    Some of us at least may come to our senses.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Three quotes, if I may, from Courtenay’s excellent and heartfelt post:

    “Can we just stop the fucking bombing and killing of innocent people?”

    “The thrust will be to promote this so called ‘war on terror’. One attacks a country that does not attack you then expects – what war or peace? War of course – that is how they make the money – by having reasons to make and drop the bombs.”
    “Who? – black ops?”
    Yes, on all three counts.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    “Those anti-Muslim postings are terrifying.” Lilian El Doufani.
    Indeed, they are shocking. But let’s not be terrified. Let’s kick the buggers up the arse, here, there and everywhere. We are millions. They are nothing. When I say ‘we’, I mean those who oppose imperial war and terrorism from wherever it derives and as we know, often these things derive from the same poisoned fount.
    Message to the buggers: We are not terrified.

  • ingo

    Ilan, Ole is right and it has to be said that what once was done to the victims of Dachau is now being replicated in Ghaza, just in a slightly edited form. Are you denying that israel has an Apartheid policy, that it describes all Palestinians as terrorists?

    I hope for your sake that the links with fascists are never proven and that the Norwegian public does not get too angry about the links this man kept, but it should ensure that all the links are examined closely, freemasons or not. Norways public must not let its Government cover up the facts behind this outrageous murder.

    If Pamela Geller does not condemn these vile murders, then she is as guilty as Brevik.
    ‘Did brevik meet Pam Geller in Oslo on the pro Israeli rally?’
    very good question and it will come out somehow.

  • glenn

    So this Norwegian freak is a teabagger, albeit a European version. Brilliant. It’s worth remembering where the teabaggers get their inspiration from – Ayn Rand. And she got her inspiration from what she called “The perfect man” – William Hickman. This Hickman was a notorious serial murderer and dismemberer back in the 1920s, and this was the role model promoted in Rand’s more famous books. It was well known at the time Ayn Rand enthused about him, that Hickman had murdered and dismembered a 12 year old girl he’d kidnapped, and extorted money out of her father in ransom, pretending she was still alive. The girl’s body parts were tossed out of his car when her father came to collect her.
    Nevertheless, Ayn Rand worshiped this murderer. His sociopathic qualities had her smitten: “Other people do not exisst for him, and he does not see why they should”, she trilled. Hickman had “no regard whatsoever for all that society holds sacred, and with a consciousness all of his own. He has the true, innate psychology of a Superman. He can never realise and feel ‘other people’. ” This was the character of Howard Roark, hero in Rand’s novel ‘The Fountainhead’. Hickman was, to Rand, a “genuinely beautiful soul”. The full story about Hickman is easily found, but it can be upsetting to read.
    This is the character that teabaggers are supposed to hold as the basis of their belief system, hence their hatred for government, socialised anything (particularly health-care), and sundry other sociopathic ways of thinking. They’re not just a bunch of racist half-wits with misspelled signs, they are a positive force for evil in the world. We ignore them, or treat them as if they had a worthwhile contribution to political debate, at our peril.

  • Disgusted

    I just love this “guilt by association” – attempting to blame the Tea Party movement for this lunatic’s evil actions. It is cowardly and logically incorrect, but since the US press has been trying to blame everything except sunspots on the tea party movement, it’s not surprising.

    The blogger and commenters are either ignorant of the tea party movement, or engaging in vicious slander.

    The Tea Party movement has never encouraged violence. Most Tea Partiers are *not* Ayn Rand acolytes. Most Tea Partiers are not anti-Muslim, but they are anti-Jihadist

    The subject list on the referenced sites are not “anti-Muslim (with the exception of the rape allegation)” – they are anti-jihadist and anti-anti-Semitic. It is a fact that anti-Semitism is on a rapid rise in Europe, and it is a fact that *some* Muslims and Muslim organizations have been engaged in very uncivilized behavior. To point this out is not to incite violence, but to disagree.

    If this “tea party” web site is to blame, why didn’t the killer attack Muslims? Try to explain that?

    I guess in Europe, where folks don’t have constitutional guarantees of free speech, people presenting unpleasant truths, or even lies, are to be suppressed or blamed for the acts of lunatics, even when no violence is ever incited.

  • mary

    Norway is forgotten now on Sky News and BBC News. They are competing to find the most sensational and gossipy commentators on Amy Winehouse who was found dead two hours ago. Pure muck rakers. Guess what the headlines will be tomorrow.

  • glenn

    “Disgusted” above – so the Teabaggers have never advocated violentce, eh? I suppose “resorting to second amendment remedies”, encouraging teabaggers to attend Democratic representatives’ Town Hall meetings *armed*, racism endemic with its members, etc. etc., isn’t meant to be threatening in any way. “Freedomworks” and other front groups for Coche brother agitation set up the teabaggers precisely to appeal to the fear, ignorance and racism at the core of the movement.
    Teabaggers are full of talk about armed revolution if laws they don’t like are enforced by government. Spitting on congressmen for not voting the way they like, with mobs thousands strong. The executive director is a white separatist, with a record for assaulting for assaulting a coloured person while using racial slurs. They claim Obama “hates white people” and is a Kenyan/Marxist/Nazi – take your pick. It never stops with these people
    “Don’t retreat, reload!” Palin told her supporters, as the head of the teabagger movement. She’s made her image all about gun ownership and use. Bachman is a dangerous lunatic, who hates gays, Muslims and anyone to the left of Mussolini. Their brand of far-right Christian white power is beyond question.
    Here’s a question for you, “disgusted” – how many Muslims, Blacks or other racial minorities are there among teabaggers? Racist? Violent? Perish the thought!

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