(pondering about something)
Norwegian police on Sunday confirmed that a 1,500-page violent anti-Islamic manifesto was published [online?] by Anders Behring Breivik on Friday just hours before he killed at least 92 people.
And Time Magazine has part of it (”2083 - A European Declaration of Independence”)..
As part of the manifesto, Breivik interviews himself, offering a highly personal Q&A in which he throws himself admiring questions and answers them with disturbing calm. There is a singular creepiness to a person who will conduct and publish a conversation with himself — but one perfectly in keeping with the horrors he would eventually cause. This abridged version of Breivik’s interview is translated from Norwegian newspaperBergens Tidende
And already many news and blog sites are starting to pick parts of it and typing about it (and yes we need to know what touches the nerve of these type of people …)
I’m no expert on this but as far as I read it’s a case of border-line, wicked stuff.
But he’s been working in corporations/companies and no one detected a faintest sign of anything from his remarks or behaviors.
And there is a case of Jared Lee Loughner (Tuscon Arizona, Jan 2011) - and he was judged that he is not fit to stand trial (May 2011, diagnosed that he has schizophrenia - whatever that means).
… And there are what, like 20,000 people participating in white supremacist Discussion Forum in Sweden alone? (then what would be the total - how many of them across even only Western Europe?)
how to take care of a society, when it goes through a change, significant change like ‘accepting immigrants’ etc - (yes and no, well, Western Europe didn’t invite Muslim folks out of love and curiosity, that’s for sure…)
but we aren’t capable of it… (we are mostly busy chasing money and other each self interest, adjust and shut up, it’s all fine here…)
to change our basic orientation [on how we introduce/embark on a change in our society, and how we seek to achieve agreement or just shove ”it” down - and if someone snaps that’s their fault …] is like - it’s not some additional reinforcement in policing terrorists across Europe …
I don’t know. It’s still early. But I have to see whether some experts would say things are really becoming to reach the ‘unprecedented’ level - or rather just conclude that ‘it’s something we can deal with by extending/modifying our existing approaches, (and it’s going to be safe and okay all over again).’