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SOMETHING ROTTEN IN NORWAY?

~ The Rebel ~ 2011/08/01 20:34:35

Anders Breivik’s attack on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party has its most obvious precedent in the Maalot Massacre when Palestinian Muslim gunmen attacked an Israeli elementary school, taking over a hundred children hostage, and then using automatic weapons to kill as many of them as they could. But the link between Maalot and Utoya is more than casual. The Workers Youth League which ran the camp had a long history of supporting the same kind of terrorists who had perpetrated the Maalot Massacre.


Lars Gule, is the Secretary General of the Norwegian Humanist Association, and a defender of Muslims having the right to discriminate against women and gays. (The two are not a contradiction in Norway.) He was the leader of the Workers Youth League at the University of Bergen– and a DFLP terrorist.


The DFLP were the perpetrators of the Maalot Massacre. And two years after that attack, Lars Gule was trained by the DFLP and dispatched to Israel via Norway with explosives hidden in the covers of his books.


“The Suspect had made ​​it known to his employers that he wanted to take human life… to strengthen Palestinian fighting spirit and morale,” Norwegian police records noted.


None of this impeded Gule’s career in any way. He went on to the University of Bergen and served as the head of the Workers Youth League, the organization that was targeted in the Utoya attack. Today he is a prominent figure on the left.

How can we make sense of this? Glenn Beck compared the Workers Youth League camp to a Hitler Youth camp. He was close, but not entirely right. The roots of the Workers Youth League are actually Communist.

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  • LisaIr1 2011/10/14 01:29:23
    LisaIr1
    +1
    But maybe you have any ideas of why this person have fans? I met a huge Anders Breivik fan on chatroulette...
  • ~ The R... LisaIr1 2011/10/14 01:46:20
    ~ The Rebel ~
    Yuck! Can't picture anybody being a fan of his!!!
  • LisaIr1 ~ The R... 2011/10/16 17:03:31
    LisaIr1
    +1
    I agree :(
  • LisaIr1 2011/10/14 01:28:13
    LisaIr1
    +1
    Hey, any question about what happened? I'm from Norway, and I'm with in AUF... Its nice to see that you are interested in this case. Now he is in jail and will be there in rest of his life...
  • ~ The R... LisaIr1 2011/10/14 01:45:51
    ~ The Rebel ~
    Glad to hear that!
  • LisaIr1 ~ The R... 2011/10/16 17:03:46
    LisaIr1
    +1
    :) Yeah
  • Albannach 2011/08/02 00:45:05 (edited)
    Albannach
    To insinuate that the present Workers Youth League is anything other than a modern democratic organisation is despicable and disingenuous. The implication being that they somehow brought this upon themselves. A common retort of the right wing in Europe when the masacre is mentioned. Not once in this post or the article was any sympathy for the victims expressed or condemnation of this of this right wing terrorist attack by Anders Breivik. Why is that? could this be bias of some sort?

    They Norwegian Labour party have no connection with the communist party. Just like the other 27 labour political parties in the EU and to link them is so ridiculous. Anders Breivik was a right wing racist for the whole of his youth and political life, a right wing white supremacist and supporter of the far right. Tthe reasons for his action lie firmly with him and his racist warped view, and the right wing philosophy he followed. Remarks he made when at high school at the age of 15 showed he was a right wing racist and had always been.

    His parent were labour party members nothing whatsoever to do with the communist party. His father was a diplomat in London for the Norwegian Government, hardly a hot bed of world socialism.

    Like the stupid quote "SOMETHING ROTTEN IN NORWAY" which should actually be...
    To insinuate that the present Workers Youth League is anything other than a modern democratic organisation is despicable and disingenuous. The implication being that they somehow brought this upon themselves. A common retort of the right wing in Europe when the masacre is mentioned. Not once in this post or the article was any sympathy for the victims expressed or condemnation of this of this right wing terrorist attack by Anders Breivik. Why is that? could this be bias of some sort?

    They Norwegian Labour party have no connection with the communist party. Just like the other 27 labour political parties in the EU and to link them is so ridiculous. Anders Breivik was a right wing racist for the whole of his youth and political life, a right wing white supremacist and supporter of the far right. Tthe reasons for his action lie firmly with him and his racist warped view, and the right wing philosophy he followed. Remarks he made when at high school at the age of 15 showed he was a right wing racist and had always been.

    His parent were labour party members nothing whatsoever to do with the communist party. His father was a diplomat in London for the Norwegian Government, hardly a hot bed of world socialism.

    Like the stupid quote "SOMETHING ROTTEN IN NORWAY" which should actually be "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark", they cant even get the bloody country right which doesn't surprise me as these people are normally insular in there thinking and outlook. There is something rotten in the minds of those who peddle this Daily Mail propaganda where this story first originated, and has spread like usual with cut and paste journalism so common with this type of storyline.
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  • ~ The R... Albannach 2011/08/02 01:26:05
    ~ The Rebel ~
    +1
    Just to make you happy I did a search on:

    Workers' Youth League (Norway)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Workers' Youth League (Bokmål: Arbeidernes Ungdomsfylking, Nynorsk: Arbeidaranes Ungdomsfylking, or AUF) is the youth organization affiliated with the Norwegian Labour Party.

    AUF was formed in April 1927, following the merger of Left Communist Youth League and Socialist Youth League of Norway.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • Albannach ~ The R... 2011/08/02 01:43:21 (edited)
    Albannach
    I'm well aware of that, it is totally irrelevant as they have no association today with the communist party as your post infers. The British labour party also had links with the socialists and communists when it formed. Would you also call the British labour Party Communists? When it was in power in the last UK government was Britain then a Communist state? If it wasn't so sad it would be funny, It's too ridiculous for words.

    I would like to ask you, do you feel sorry for those who were killed by Anders Breivik? Because I see no sympathy in this post for the victims which this was supposed to be about. Not once was there any criticism of the man of which this article was about. WHY?
  • ~ The R... Albannach 2011/08/02 01:49:08
    ~ The Rebel ~
    Did you click on the link and read the whole article?
  • Albannach ~ The R... 2011/08/02 01:50:17
    Albannach
    Did you read my reply?
  • ~ The R... Albannach 2011/08/02 02:01:54
    ~ The Rebel ~
    +1
    Of course I feel sorry for those killed by Brevik!
  • Albannach ~ The R... 2011/08/02 02:02:25
    Albannach
    Good.

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