Terrorist Anders Behring Breivik was under the protection of the A-team when he was younger. He writes and in the manifesto that he could never hurt anyone
He also describes in detail eight attacks on him from the Muslims in Oslo in the manifesto.
- I have "only" experienced eight attacks
Manifesto, that is, 1517 pages, appears to be a recipe for how to plan and carry out mass killings.
Breivik had apparently thought about all eventualities, from the construction of bombs, to how to choose the right defense after they were arrested. In detail he describes how he will perform the unthinkable.
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The Manifesto is also a diary that might explain why he acted as he did.
- The following is an overview of the experiences I had in my youth in Oslo. I have "only" experienced eight assault, attempted robbery and intimidation, he writes.
He then rattles up what he claims are serious assault as friends and acquaintances of his experiences, including rapes.
- Our biggest cities will be destroyed as long as multiculturalism is allowed to be the prevailing ideology, he writes further.
The eight attacks he claims to have experienced happened while he was between 15 and 21 years.
A gang protected him
The first occurred when he was at the concert, and some Pakistanis tried to rob him.
- Luckily I knew one of those in the hard core of the Pakistan A team. He said I was under his protection, writes Breivik.
During an attack of the experiments he describes, he writes:
- I had tear gas at me (as I always have when I'm out late), he writes. But he chose instead a different strategy to get out of trouble
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- Violence is pointless
He argues that, apart from once, he never provoked the conflict.
- Like all my friends can attest, I would never have done a wasp, he writes.
- But if we wanted, we could have beaten many of them. But we do not share their raw mentality, violence was pointless, he writes.
Friday, July 22 blew Anders Behring Breivik a bomb in the ministries that killed seven people. A few hours later he shot and killed at least 85 people on Utøya.