“I would like you to read this article from Italian Nationalist leader Roberto Fiore about the tragic events in Norway which the British National Party, alongside all right-thinking people, condemn. Roberto makes some thought-provoking points about what led to the evil terrorist actions of Anders Behring Breivik. It’s a personal view from Roberto. The most important point that Roberto makes is, in my view, that Nationalism is about love. We must never forget that central tenet.” – Nick Griffin
By Roberto Fiore – The Return of a Clash of Civilizations
The tragedy that has hit Norway is not merely the fruit of a sick mind.
The core of the reported ideological testament of Anders Behring Breivik and the very origin of his actions can be traced to the so-called 'clash of civilizations', with exactly the same logic of recent years that justified the actions of terrorists like Bin Laden.
In fact, Breivik identifies an enemy: 'the Muslim invasion'; he creates, at least, from a conceptual point of view, an organization: 'The Knights'; he issues a theory regarding a radicalisation of the conflict through fear and the actions of certain elements in the system (the military, for example) and expects that as the consequence of ‘spectacular’ actions like the one that took place on July 22nd, European governments will implement more aggressive policies to confront Islam.
Breivik is not concerned about creating an organizational structure for his activities, but trusts that there is going to be a spontaneous creation of 'headless cells' that will ensure total structural safety.
In a few words, he attempts to create an organization similar to Al Qaeda:
1) Like Al Qaeda, he tries to gather a few and highly destructive elements, and he is not interested in political movements.
2) Like Al Qaeda, he rebels against political parties that he considers to be evil and fragmented.
3) Like Al Qaeda, he does not single out 'enemies' (Bin Laden did not single out Israel as the main enemy of the Arab World) but he refers to 'traitors' (the 90 Labour youths replace the employees of the Twin Towers on September 11th).
4) Like Al Qaeda, he maintains that European conscience must be awoken using coups and formidable attacks.
5) Like Al Qaeda, he justifies high-power terrorism as the optics of a new strategy of tension.
Ideologically, he refers to a precise position within Protestant Fundamentalism.
Breivik refers to cultural references of the Hebrew tradition (he falsely blames Muslims for the destruction of Solomon's Temple); he joins Christianity and Judaism in the struggle against Islam, following Huntingdon's theory and the Clash of Civilizations.
Finally, he confesses openly and clearly his support for Masonry and his active participation.
Taking into account these very important elements, we arrive at the following conclusion:
Who profits? Who gains from this?
Who benefits from the anti-Western proclamations of Al Qaeda, which occur regularly every time the American and Zionist regimes are in crisis? Certainly, the Zionist neo-Conservatives that wish for a Civilization clash in which while two dispute, a third enjoys.
Bin Laden was a CIA man, and surely it will be discovered that the man who carried out the attack in Oslo was not acting alone.
Somebody, finally, will ask: why Norway?
In order to answer the question, we keep in mind the words of Michael Ledeen, a man of the CIA and of Mossad with strong links to the events of Bologna, a short time before the attack of March 11th against the railway station in Madrid: “There cannot be an oasis of tranquillity in Europe, the Europeans would not be able to avoid a war, because in their case war will inevitably come.”
Today, Norway is the richest nation in Europe. Social justice is implemented like a popular virtue. Immigration is not so destructive; the economic crisis has not affected this country that, despite being in Europe, has rejected the single currency. Exactly what happened in Spain in 2004, ten days before the political elections. Like Norway today, Spain before March 11th had the best standards of financial wellbeing. After the disaster in Atocha, Spain is today facing financial difficulties, governed by a political class that is anti-nationalist and contrary to popular interests.
However, all of us denounce such aberrations of the human being and of civilization, regardless of the motives of such actions. The actions of the Strage of Bologna, of September 11th, are the actions of Machiavelli as modern political prophet.
Europe and the Europeans, for their revival, must become aware of those who are the very real enemies of our civilization. Taking stock of this reality, finally, Europe will be able to start walking towards a revival that will go from family to family, from district to district, and will be achieved with a concert of national awakening in the creation of a Europe that will be big, strong and free, that is the first step towards God and is not an act against enemies. It is an expression of love towards the nations of Earth. It is not hatred against innocents.
Via Alberto Cadlolo, 90