Norwegian killer who attacked youth camp says it was 'necessary'

RTE news wrote that more details have been emerging of the man who has admitted to carrying out twin terror attacks in Norway which killed 92 people.

A suspected right-wing fanatic accused of killing at least 92 people deemed his acts 'atrocious' yet 'necessary' as Norway mourned victims of the nation's worst attacks since World War II.

Norway has traditionally been open to immigration, which has been criticised by the Progress Party, of which Breivik was for a short time a member. The Labour Party, whose youth camp Breivik attacked, has long been in favour of immigration.

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The Norwegian killer mentions The Netherlands in 'Manifest'. Why?
“In the manifesto which appeared this weekend on the internet and is attributed to the man who is suspected of the attacks in Norway, is repeatedly referred to The Netherlands,” wrote the Dutch newspaper the AD. The AD is considered is a conservative populist newspaper.

The paper continues: The author with the pseudonym Andrew Berwick, elaborates on the dangers of Islamisation in Europe and lists The Netherlands as one of the countries who are victims of the "Islamic colonisation of Europe by demographic warfare. He predicts that in 2070 55 percent of the population in the Netherlands will be Muslim.

In the manifesto large pieces of text are written by one Fjordman, a Norwegian anti-Islamic blogger. Different media speculated on whether the pseudonym Fjordman is of the perpetrator of the attacks.

One of the pieces of Fjordman is about the situation in the Netherlands. He writes that The Netherlands will become a totalitarian state due to the migration of Muslims. He mentions former Muslim Ehsan Jami [who is against Islam], and his departure at the Labour Party, and the bus drivers in the Dutch City of Gouda who no longer wanted to drive in certain neighbourhoods, because of difficulties with Moroccan youths [the bus drives were attacked]. He also accuses the Dutch media of the negative portrayal anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders.

The author also accuses the media of having portrayed the Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn as a far-right politician. That would indirectly have led to his assassination by a "leftist activist who committed his act on behalf of Muslims because Fortyn was a danger for the ethic minorities in the Netherlands."

The author writes in the piece that the Nobel Peace Prize should be awarded to Ayaan Hirsi Ali. He also talks about cartoonist Gregorius Nekschot [who ridiculed Muslim] and the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gogh. He elaborates on the reactions to the film Fitna by Geert Wilders. In a question and answer section the author has a list of people he'd like to meet. It is Geert Wilders. He writes that these people will have to "temporarily condemn him to protect their own reputation."

Earlier it was announced that Anders Breivik Behring admired the PVV [which is the political party of Geert Wilders]. He called the party "the only real conservative party that exists."