Was Israel Behind Norway Terror Attacks?

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August 1, 2011 10:48

Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian Christian terrorist, taken away to jail after a courtroom appearance. Breivik's upbringing was remarkably privileged, even by Norwegian standards. Breivik went to the same Oslo primary school as Crown Prince Haakon, who was a few years older. At Handelsgymnasium, a high school in central Oslo where parents of new students are treated to an organist playing music by Edward Elgar, Breivik would have been surrounded not only by a keen sense of tradition but by his country's future business and political leaders. Photo: Jon-Are Berg-Jacobsen/Aftenposten via Scanpix/Reuters

Friday’s bloodbath in progressive Norway bears the markings of an Israeli Mossad false flag terror attack. No Western country has supported the Palestinian cause more than the Norwegians. The cursory Islamist “claim of responsibility” was promptly dialed in from Afghanistan. The “lone gunman”, who had just one week earlier launched both Facebook and Twitter accounts, even had three names.

According to Oregon journalist Tim King of Salem-News.com, the terrorist attacks in Oslo took place exactly 65 years to the day after the fascist Israeli Irgun blew up the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, killing 91 people while injuring 46 more. That attack targeted British soldiers who helped create Israel after defeating the Nazis.

King says the 32-year-old Norwegian assassin Anders Behring Breivik – who killed 76 people – had connections to both fascism and Israel. Aside from the July 22, 1946 attack on the King David Hotel, the Irgun group is remembered best for the Deir Yassin massacre in Palestine that killed hundreds of men, women and children. [1]

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Aftermath of the compound of King David Hotel in Jerusalem which was struck by Jewish terrorists on 22 July, 1946.

Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Jonas Gahr Store had recently inflamed the Israeli government when he said, “We are ready to recognize a Palestinian state. I await the actual resolution text Palestinians will promote at the UN General Assembly in September”.

Store had visited the Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya the very day before the attacks, where he was urged by the left-leaning youth to support Palestinian statehood and to boycott Israeli goods. [2]

The Israeli Knesset had recently outlawed domestic involvement in the growing Israeli boycott. Anyone in Israel caught referencing or promoting the BDS (Boycott Divestment Sanction) movement faces severe penalties.

Breivik – a farmer – quickly confessed Lee Harvey Oswald-style to Oslo police to both the Utøya camp shootings and the Oslo bombing targeting Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg. Breivik is a self-proclaimed Christian conservative fundamentalist said to be virulently anti-Muslim, obsessed with multiculturalism and a staunch defender of the state of Israel. He is also a Freemason.

The Norwegian website Dagbladet states, “The alleged offender is a member of the John Lodge St. Olaus TD Three Pillars of the Norwegian Masonic Order. He has 3rd degree status, where the peak is 10 degrees.”

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A copy of a manifesto written by Anders Behring Breivik that Flemish far right party member Tanguy Veys received by email at his office in the Belgian Parliament in Brussels. Veys received the manifesto by email just hours before the Friday, 22 July terror attacks took place. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

“We have no way to express an opinion on individuals or incidents related to any members,” spokesman of the Norwegian Freemasons Helge Qvigstad told Dagbladet. [3]

According to Bob Tuskin, the three-named assassin had just launched both a Facebook and a Twitter account one week ago. On July 17th he tweeted a quote from philosopher John Stuart Mill, “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.” [4]

Of course it is possible that Breivik was just a whack job sharpshooter farmer “with a belief” carried out with military precision. But it seems much more likely that there were multiple shooters at the summer camp and that whoever planted the simultaneous Oslo bomb had demolitions training. Israel had plenty of motives.

Eleven months ago, Norwegian Finance Minister Sigbjørn Johnsen announced that the sovereign wealth Norway Oil Fund would boycott Israeli firms involved in building West Bank Jewish settlements.

The Ministry issued a statement that read, “The ethics council stresses that construction of settlements in the occupied territories violates the decision of the Geneva convention regarding defense of civilians during war time. Several decisions of the UN Security Council and the International Court of Justice have reached the conclusion that construction of Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories is prohibited.”

The Norway Oil Fund has assets worth $450 billion and divested $1.16 million in Africa-Israel Company shares. It also sold shares in Danya Cebus – Africa-Israel’s construction subsidiary. [5]

Zionist icon Itamar Eichner writes for Israel’s leading newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth. He recently wrote an article titled “Israel: Norway is Inciting Us” in which he cited Norway as a dangerous country to Israel’s security.

The Israeli government accused the Norwegian government of funding and encouraging blatant anti-Israel incitement through its support in circulating the play Gaza Monologues. The play, which deals with the suffering of children in Gaza as a result of the Israeli occupation, will soon be presented at United Nations headquarters.

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Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store visited the Labour Youth Camp at Utøya on Thursday, 21 July, a day before it was rampaged by Anders Behring Breivik in which more than 70 people lost their lives. Photo - Reuters

Norwegian embassies in Damascus, Beirut and Amman have also been helping to display an exhibition by Norwegian artists in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. The exhibition shows deceased Palestinian babies next to Israel Defense Forces (IDF) helmets, which are reminiscent of Nazi soldiers’ helmets, and an Israeli flag drenched in blood. [6]

The Norwegians are also aiding in the distribution of a documentary film called “Tears of Gaza” to festivals across the world.

A book written by two Norwegian doctors who were the only foreigners in Gaza to give interviews during Operation Cast Lead was published recently. The book accuses IDF soldiers of deliberately killing women and children and is a bestseller in Norway, where it has been recommended by abovementioned Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre. [7]

Maybe Breivik is just a nut job Freemason Christian fundamentalist in ideological service to Zionism. That would be horrible enough. But considering the complexity of the terror attacks and the recent animosity between Norway and Israel, I smell a Mossad rat.

Dean Henderson is the author of this article which was published on NetworkedBlogs.com. He is a journalist and traveller who has visited more than 50 countries around the world and published two books that chronicles his insights from the journeys. The post has been published here after seeking permission from the author.

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