Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian extremist who murdered 77 people in 2011, earns a verdict of 21 years in prison, the highest in the Scandinavian country. (LISE AASERUD / AFP / Getty Images) When federal agents sought the homeland of US Coast Guard Lieutenant accused of planning to kill politicians and journalists in a quest for a "white homeland," they did not just find weapons and ammunition. They also showed up a locked portfolio filled with more than 30 bottles of what appeared to be human growth hormone, a drug used by athletes and bodybuilders who believe it increases muscle mass and increases speed. 19659004] It was not on the doctor's order that Christopher Paul Hasson had collected dietary supplements or opioid pills also seized by the authorities. His inspiration for bending up lay elsewhere – in a 1500-page manifesto prepared by Anders Behring Breivik, the right Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people, many of them children, in a bomb-and-coat of arms crest in 2011 which he called his " martyrdom operation. " The deceived quest for a masculine ideal is just one of the many ways in which Breivik, who received Norwegian maximum punishment of 21 years in prison when his trial ended in 2012, was a model for Hasson, a talented white nationalist who wrote that he "dreamed of a way to kill almost every last person on earth". The 49-year-old resident of Silver Spring addressed personal data from CNN and MSNBC and political people such as the…
When federal agents sought the homeland of US Coast Guard Lieutenant accused of planning to kill politicians and journalists in a quest for a “white homeland,” they did not just find weapons and ammunition.
They also showed up a locked portfolio filled with more than 30 bottles of what appeared to be human growth hormone, a drug used by athletes and bodybuilders who believe it increases muscle mass and increases speed. 19659004] It was not on the doctor’s order that Christopher Paul Hasson had collected dietary supplements or opioid pills also seized by the authorities. His inspiration for bending up lay elsewhere – in a 1500-page manifesto prepared by Anders Behring Breivik, the right Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people, many of them children, in a bomb-and-coat of arms crest in 2011 which he called his ” martyrdom operation. “
The deceived quest for a masculine ideal is just one of the many ways in which Breivik, who received Norwegian maximum punishment of 21 years in prison when his trial ended in 2012, was a model for Hasson, a talented white nationalist who wrote that he “dreamed of a way to kill almost every last person on earth”. The 49-year-old resident of Silver Spring addressed personal data from CNN and MSNBC and political people such as the house speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) And Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), As the authorities said he was identified as “poca warren”, President Trump borrowed the epithet for the legislature. Hasson was arrested on arms and drug charges on Friday.
The inspiration he developed with Breivik, 40, highlights the exchange of extremist ideas that seem to tie up lone-wolf actors who see themselves as martyrs of “Western civilization”, in siege, in their rough analysis, of immigrants and elitist opinion leaders who suggest multiculturalism. The European alleged valorisation of the American extremist cited generously from American figures such as Robert Spencer, the director of the Jihad Watch website, and had modeled his action on the Oklahoma Oklahoma bombing in 1995, whose perpetrators are now heroes to some in the long term. right lashes. The recovery of fear shows how a nationalist, immigrant vision has become truly international, sometimes with deadly consequences.
The right-wing Norwegian terrorist was on a political mission – one that he hoped others would embrace. A report released on Wednesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center, indicating that the number of hate groups operating in the United States reached a record high in 2018, suggests that his talks have not been resolved.
On a July afternoon eight years ago, Breivik detonated about 2,000 pounds of explosives in front of a 17-storey government building in Oslo and killed eight. He then drove 19 miles to a youth summer camp run by the Norwegian Labor Party and killed 69 more people, mostly teenagers. His was the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II, the deadliest weapon ramp of an individual anywhere in the world and the deadliest path to the right in Europe since Italy’s Bologna railway bombing in 1980.
The mass formation is said to be unique in its day to transform hateful right ideology to a civilization cross. Breivik wanted to clear the west for Muslims, but he also said he was inspired by al-Qaeda and called the Islamic terrorist network, which also promoted a hyper-masculine vision of adventure and self-sacrifice, “the most successful militant group in the world.”
Year In 2012, a year after Breivik’s death, the Czech police arrested a man who stored weapons, ammunition and police uniforms – and uses the name of the Norwegian killer online. Three months later, a Polish admirer of Breivik was imprisoned for claiming it would blow a bomb outside Parliament’s building in Warsaw. In the UK, four people were arrested between January 2013 and June 2015, according to the plan, to have planned strikes inspired by Breivik. In 2016, an 18-year-old gunsmith shot and killed nine people in Munich on the 5th anniversary of Norway’s attacks. Sagittarius, who apparently seeks revenge for being bullied by people of “Turkish and Arab” origin, had recently changed a profile of social media to one of Breivik.
Breivik’s violence has not only inspired plots of similar ideological zeal. His example has also been shown to affect other types of mass murder, such as shooting shooting. The law enforcement officials told NBC News that Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old shooter at the 2012 Newtown Massacre, Conn., Wanted to outdo Breivik. Lanza, who killed himself as police arrived at Sandy Hook Elementary School, apparently kept papers on slaughter carried out by Breivik.
The Norwegian mass murderer, whose actions were recreated on the big screen in 2018 film “July 22,
Breivik’s manifesto, called” 2083: A European Declaration of Independence “, was intended as a manual for” patriots “who wanted to join In his crusade against virtually all the folk animals in the completely fair movement, among his goals is “globalism” and feminism, as well as cultural marxism, an argument relied upon to argue that leftists have abandoned their quest for class warfare for an attack on cultural values. “They hate Europe, America, they hate Western civilization, they hate white men, and they hate rationality,” wrote Breivik.
Ninety minutes before he struck out his 2011 rampage, Breivik sent the document to about 1,000 recipients His main cause of the attack was to promote his manifesto.
He had his desired effect.
In a court application on Tuesday, prosecutors described The Coast Guard Lieutenant had studied Breivik’s usual, hated raids. 2017, he regularly examined the manifesto, which led him to websites that advertised firearms and tactical equipment.
He identified targets according to Breivik’s classification system, which distinguished “cultural Marxist / multiculturalist traitors” in three categories. Category A included high profile targets that may be concentrated in a particular location and therefore vulnerable to a single strike.
“Obviously focus on individuals who do not have armed body gards” wrote Breivik. Hasson continued to conduct web searches that asked if senators enjoyed Secret Service Protection and if the Supreme Court had bodyguards. After looking at a headline describing MSNBC host Joe Scarborough’s assessment that the president was “the worst ever,” the Coast Guard sought Lieutenant and former marine information on where his show was filmed.
Heeding Breivik’s warning that seizures would be physically discouraging, Hasson stored performance-enhancing drugs, as well as opioid analgesic medication. As far back as October 2016, the Maryland home acquired Tramadol pills by overnight delivery “from a person likely to be in Mexico”, according to the Court’s application. He also seemed to have bought synthetic urine to prepare for any drug tests at work, accused prosecutors.
It was not clear if the authorities knew when he planned to investigate his campaign of “focused violence” or if he even had a detailed plan.
However, the rule book he observed recommended a six-week steroid cycle as part of the preparation for an attack. In the beginning of the year, Hasson searched the word “steroids” in the 16th century manifesto, which led him to a diary post by the Norwegian terrorist where he mused about the possibility of acquiring pills that would make him a “superhuman 1-man army for 2 hours. . “
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