Alterviews: Anders Behring Breivik is Not a Fundamentalist Christian, He is Something Worse
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by Special Contributor on July 26, 2011
by Carlos A. Rivera-Jones

The New York Times has repeated the lie that Anders Behring Breivik, the butcher of Oslo and is a fundamentalist Christian. He is not.

The New York Times’ thesis is that he is somehow a mirror image of Al Qaeda, a disaffected Christian turning the tables on Islamic fundamentalism. He is not.

He is the vivid, brutal, expression of a bubbling right-wing political movement of the post 9/11 era, emerging not from fascism or neo-fascism or from “revolutionary nationalism”, but from the unholy marriage of Austrian School economics and paleo-conservative cultural identity Romanticism – think Goethe, Scifi/Fantasy novels, and von Mises spawn a child.

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One Comment to “Breivik is NOT a Christianist, exactly, but something even worse”

  • excuse me, but adolph heatlump was also a ‘christian.’

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