When Europe Uses the Term “Right Winger,” They Mean Neo-NAZI

Yeah, when I heard the Lame Stream Media gleefully accusing the Oslo gunman/suspected bomber as a “Right Wing extremist,” I just knew he was linked to neo-NAZIS.

You see, European “journalists” routinely lump together neo-NAZIS and the religious Conservative Right in an effort to discredit the Right.  I suspect the reason they do this is because the Right is strongly opposed to Socialism (an ideology most journalists support), therefore, it was politically expedient for them to discard the NAZIS and recast them as Neo-NAZI Right Wingers.

Truth be told,  regardless of one’s religion, a neo-NAZI is NOT a Right Winger.  Far be it. After all, Right Wingers support Israel and the Jews; neo-NAZIS most definitely do not.  One might say, given their intense mutual hatred of Israel, along with their proclivity for anarchy, neo-NAZIS have much more in common with the Left than they do the Right:

Is the Oslo Gunman Really Right-Wing?
by Jonathon M. Seidl – The Blaze

As the world thirsts for information on the details surrounding the bombing and mass shooting in Oslo, Norway, the narrative has turned to gunman Anders Behring Breivik and his political affiliations. Quickly, he has been labeled “extreme right wing,” but is that really the fairest designation given what we know thus far?

According to several outlets, Breivik identified with some conservative causes. But the more one digs, the more one finds that Anders Behring Breivik holds the views of a racist, bigoted zealot that really can’t be fit into a neat box.

The Atlantic has pulled together the overarching mainstream narrative thus far on Breivik: he‘s a Christian conservative who didn’t like Muslims. Here’s how they write it:

Religious views: According to the BBC, Breivik has a Facebook and Twitter account that he set up a mere few days ago on July 17, where he identifies himself as a Christian and a conservative. There are several reports of his anti-Muslim views. In a post in Norwegian in an online forum on December 2009, a user named Anders Behring Breivik claims there is not one country where Muslims have peacefully lived with non-Muslims, stating that instead it has had “catastrophic consequences” for non-Muslims.

Political views: The Daily Mail reports that National police chief Sveinung Sponheim told public broadcaster NRK that the suspected gunman’s internet postings “suggest that he has some political traits directed toward the right, and anti-Muslim views, but if that was a motivation for the actual act remains to be seen.” Furthermore, the Norwegian daily Verdens Gang quoted a friend as saying Breivik became a rightwing extremist in his late 20s.

But is that an oversimplified explanation?

Consider this: The Daily Mail opens its profile on Breivik with some information that would seem to shake up any simple explanation of who he is or what he believed:

The man responsible for the massacre in Norway was a member of a Swedish nazi forum which encourages attacks on government buildings.

It was also revealed by local police that he had extreme right wing views who hated Muslims.

According to Swedish website Expo Anders Behring Breivik is a member of ‘Nordisk’ which has 22,000 members and focuses on political terrorism.

[…]

[His Facebook profile] also listed interests such as body-building and freemasonry. [Emphasis added]

That’s certainly a mixed bag. And some of that information would seem to hint at a possible extreme leftist position, perhaps anarchism, would it not? It certainly doesn’t reflect the views of a conservative Christian, as he claimed to be.

It’s also important to note that the terms of American politics are not easily transferable to European politics. Often, the extremes in Europe are communists on the left and fascists on the right. In America, “extreme right wing” has been hijacked to label conservatives who adhere strictly to the Constitution, or who fight for legal immigration. (Some on the American left have even succeeded in making “extreme right wing” synonymous with the Tea Party.) In Europe, however, the term could mean strong nationalists (Nazis even) and militant fascists.

So, an “extreme right wing” individual in Europe is not always an “extreme right wing” individual in America. That’s important to note, as the designation will undoubtedly make the rounds in the attack’s aftermath.

Considering what we know about Breivik, then, could it be that the term “extreme right wing” is a misnomer? Especially considering that when you start dealing with extremist groups and individuals who fall well beyond the fringe, their beliefs often blur — they handpick a tenant from the right and bastardize it, grab an ideology from the left and skew it, and then create their own belief system.

Breivik’s beliefs — and the actions he implemented — may show he and his ideology are as fuzzy as they come.

Author’s note: consider this a starting point as we continue to investigate Breivik. The questions raised here are important to start asking, and we’ll continue trying to answer them as we go forward.

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19 Comments on “When Europe Uses the Term “Right Winger,” They Mean Neo-NAZI”

  1. Big Frank Says:

    The dirtbags in the MSM have labeled the alleged perpetrator of this horrific massacre as a ‘fundamentalist christian’ so as to group him with all practicing Christians. Any time a Christian allegedly commits a crime it’s guilt by association immediately without question. Mark my words the anti-gun cabal in the UN and DC with the aid of the lefties in the MSM will try to get plenty of mileage out of this incident.

    • Durkothy Says:

      Big Frank…
      you find it easy to lambast EVERY Muslim when you find a story about a muslim community here or there doing something awful. (Also consider that there are over a billion muslims, so… even if a hundred million asshole muslims, that’s 90% of muslims who AREN’T assholes)

      Don’t start playing the “guilt by association card” when you call all democrats, Demorats, think all liberals are loons and bastards, and dismiss anything other than your point of view.

      just saying here frank. Stop being a cry baby.

      • tgusa Says:

        When your daughter (if you even have one) is violently raped by muslims as the peaceful 90 percent you site just stand around letting it happen, make damn sure you don’t come crying to any so called crybabies, got it?

      • Big Frank Says:

        Far from being a cry baby, I call it as I see it. Thank you for your opinion.


  2. If hatred of Islam (to the point of killing) was (the) motive, why was his attack directed at a government building & a youth political gathering? The Oslo mosque might have been a more likely target.


  3. Europol sending task force to Norway to investigate non-muslim threats:

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jWgE_V7g7mvFA1ZIFNuBz8g9hWRw?docId=5821bff23b32413b83ddafb5a1e77f3a

    [LONDON (AP) — In the wake of Norway’s terrorist attack, the European police agency is setting up a task force of more than 50 experts to help investigate non-Islamist threats in Scandinavian countries, its spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday.]

  4. Leatherneck Says:

    How did the perp get a gun? Who, and how did they get enough nitrite to blow up a building.

    The ladies I saw on TV taking about the shooting of children looked Jewish.

    Did the 6’3″ perp do both crimes? It is my understanding a Muslim group took responsibility for the bombing.

    It is always strange to me why the left refers to neo-Nazis as right wing. Perhaps, they know neo-Nazis are left wing, and they try to create distance, plus they hate Christianity. A 2fur.


  5. I see… That makes sence.

    His ‘ideas’ on being ‘right wing’ mean that he supports the 1488 morons.

    Whatta tool!

  6. tgusa Says:

    Mr. Hegghammer,A Norwegian Defense Research Establishment terrorism specialist stated, “It seems to be an attempt to mirror Al Qaeda, exactly in reverse,” Indeed. The weasel wants to talk about his monsterous act but I doubt the so called authorities will allow it.. Give me a morning in his apartment and the afternoon to visit his favorite digs and I will know more about this animal than the police would ever want exposed. What groups did he support, not just this last week but over the last fifteen years in which he has been estranged from his father? Saving Europe by killing young European campers, that has to be the most senseless explanation I have ever heard. We will need to move fast as our adversaries will be working furiously to erase his no doubt easily traced trail. Christian fundamentalist, Its too bad Inspector Clouseau is a fake character because if not there would be a great possibility that he may have inadvertently stumbled upon the truth.

  7. Ciccio Says:

    This is far worse than it looks. These were not children, it was the youth wing of the once communist now socialist party, teenagers indoctrinated their whole life with the ” peace at all costs” “multiculturism is the answer” and “violence never solves anything” mantra. One man, just one man, methodically and systematically starts killing in a crowd of 700 and in this crowd of future leaders every single one of them scatters like chickens. When the police finally do arrive, after 45 minutes on the island, they ask him to surrender. Europe is doomed. No one will be able to dare raise the scepter of Muslim domination without being labeled murderous racist.

    • Big Frank Says:

      I agree, All of this pandering, apologizing, and bowing to the demands of those who would deny us of our freedom and liberty only emboldens them. Peace was never achieved through weakness and groveling only through strength and firm resolve.

  8. Gonzo Says:

    Interesting to note: Apparently in Anders manifesto, he reportedly described himself as more of an atheist than Christian, in that he states that he is not religious, has doubts about God’s existence, does not pray, and as one who wants reform of Christianity. Yet these facts are being quickly replaced by fictitious commentary that he is a devote Christian. I wonder why anyone would feel the need to create such a lie?

    And how does the act of one deranged individual equalize the over 17,000+ acts of terrorism by Islam since 9/11, or the culture of Islam that promotes jihad in its writings, which is supported by a huge percentage of practicing Muslims?

    Popping up everywhere are articles comparing him to McVeigh, (and rightfully so), but they also fictitiously promote he and McVeigh as staunch Christians, when in fact, McVeigh, too, was not Christian. McVeigh made the comment often that he was raised in a Catholic family, but that he was not a practicing Christian, and that he was agnostic.

    Odd, very odd, the depth to which people seem to feel they need to go to prove Christianity and Islam as being the exact same.

    On a personal note, my heart goes out to Norway and the victim’s families. I denounce this type of misdirected carnage on innocent people.

    • Gonzo Says:

      BTW, McVeigh, like this act, still have an interesting link to Jihad.

      I’ve seen pointers to this book – “The Third Terrorist” by Jayna Davis http://www.jaynadavis.com/highlights.html

      Apparently, there are facts being covered up about McVeigh as relates to jihad. Are these acts actually wanted by islamic jihadists? Does the agenda about immigration reform now become associated with insanity?

  9. tgusa Says:

    Leftists hate Christians, Muslims hate Christians, ironically, Muslims hate leftists far more than they hate Christians. There could be no greater penalty for these groups of haters than to be stuck on the Earth all alone, together. If Christians withdraw and or are wiped out this incident is only a microcosm of what the world will be like, every single day. I suppose i will pray for the salvation of their souls, but im not really happy about doing that.One murderous ideology against anther in a all out struggle for the annihilation of one group or the other, my bet is soon after this begins leftists will be screaming for help from God fearing Christians.

    He wanted to be a martyr, to murder in the name of God and then become martyred and redeemed is is a distinctly muslim belief. The only way I know of to become a Christian martyr is to be going along your peaceful way and be killed for your belief in the one true God. Its not easy to become a martyr in Christianity and it is in most cases very painful. Martyrdom as the Norse nut describes is fundamentally a muslim creation.

    If Christians were as the muslim/left describe, in the wake of WWII we would not have not one neo Nazi nor communist existing today. These two groups have made the world into a hell on Earth anyway, perhaps they deserve to live in their creation. Perhaps they already are, damned for all of eternity. Authentic Christians believe that these people do not pass Go, they do not collect two hundred dollars and they do not become martyrs, they go straight to hell, after all, that is where they belong. But don’t worry they will have plenty of company, in hell.

    • Rock Roswell Says:

      Here’s why your boy attacked the government instead of muslims, and probably why he is referred to by Norwegian media as a conservative Chris, er, “Knight Templar.” Keepers of the Holy grail? Nothing Christian about that, no.

      http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/07/25/norway-suspect-wants-to-appear-in-court-in-uniform/

      “The operation was not to kill as many people as possible but to give a strong signal that could not be misunderstood that as long as the Labor Party keeps driving its ideological lie and keeps deconstructing Norwegian culture and mass importing Muslims then they must assume responsibility for this treason,” according to the English translation of Heger’s ruling that was read out after the hearing.

      Breivik alluded to two other “cells” of his network — which he imagines as a new Knights Templar, the medieval cabal of crusaders who protected Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land. At one point, his manifesto briefly referred to an intention to contact two other cells, but no details were given.

      European security officials said they were aware of increased Internet chatter from individuals claiming they belonged to the Knights Templar group and were investigating claims that Breivik, and other far-right individuals, attended a London meeting of the group in 2002.”

      …Sometimes the truth hurts.

  10. LIONHEART Says:

    I have not done my home work on this man Breivik yet but the reason I believe he went as the Americans call “POSTAL” ok this is postal on steroids, but he dose not blame the Muslims flooding into his country like other European country’s my own included when there told they can have a free house free cash hand outs more benefits than the indigenous people of the country in question are entitled to. You would have to be an idiot not to want that if it’s offered but he is angry with the government in power that let them have all the free bee’s and it’s always a bloody LABOUR government that let them get away with it mine included so he planned and attacked the source of the problem well sort of there family and friends stroke supporters. was Breivik right to do so I don’t think so at all, Should he have attacked Muslims tricky it would only give the government an excuse to defend and say look they this is why we do so much for the hard done by muslims those nasty people don’t like them and muslims are such a nice peaceful people but I will look into it more and come back with a better possible reason.

  11. LIONHEART Says:

    forgot to add I do believe there will be more attacks like this to come


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