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Friday, July 22, 2011

Very Polite Of Him

Well, the attacks in Oslo appear to be by a native Norwegian.

It's odd how nice this guy has been in terms of helping out reporters.
A Facebook page matching his name and the photo given out by the police was set up just a few days ago. It listed his religion as Christian, politics as conservative. It said he enjoys hunting, the video games World of Warcraft and Modern Warfare 2, and books including Machiavelli’s “The Prince” and George Orwell’s “1984.”

It's just incredibly convenient.

Not only does he blow up Oslo with what were at least meant to be several bombs, he then travels to an island that holds hundreds of people. He's dressed as a police man and he has the only gun.

But before he does any of this, he takes the trouble to set up a Facebook page just a few days before, in which he carefully describes himself as a conservative Christian hunter who reads Machiavelli.

Man, if I were writing fiction, I couldn't get away with that story line.

I mean, who could?


Tito Edwards said...


Wait until you read the EVENING EDITION of, it'll make more sense.

Coming in about an hour or so.

Anonymous said...

I suppose now, in light of what happened, we are going to be herded like cows for our own "safety".

Our friend was put up to this by some group. Whether or not the true story comes to light, we'll suffer the consequences of diminished freedoms.

And you know what, Bg Sister Napolitano issued a document about 2 years ago saying that they are now on the watch for conservative leaning, Ron Paul type libertarians who despise the government and are pro-life. Well, here is their reason to start stripping our rights away.


Dad29 said...

Pam Geller swears that the "new" Facebook page came up during or after the massacre.

Jordanes551 said...

Which Facebook page? There are scores of them now, set up by fans or by people who hate what he did, etc. There are so many that you can't even find his page now unless you already know which one it is.

Steve Kellmeyer said...

Try this link

There are actually several blogs which have linked to this story, including