Robert Spencer nails it, using the same logic that the TT had used earlier. KGS
Anders Breivik stole the counterjihad movement from freedom fighters — we’re stealing it back
JIHAD WATCH: Charles Manson thought he heard instructions to kill in the Beatles song “Helter Skelter,” and committed mass murder. There were no instructions to kill in the song. In the video above, Bono says, “This song Charles Manson stole from the Beatles. We’re stealing it back.”
The Breivik murders are being used to discredit all resistance to the global jihad and Islamic supremacism. But we’re stealing it back.
This morning I received this email:
Dear Robert Spencer I am a staff writer at the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet. You have probably heard about the tragic terrorist attack in Norway this Friday. Just before the attack took place, the perpetrator published a manifest he has called “A European Declaration of Independence”. In the manifest he uses text from your work and also lists you as one of the leading intellectuals he has been inspired by.
Have you ever been in contact with Anders Behring Breivik?
What do you think about being listed as an inspiration for his work?
I have never been in contact with Anders Behring Breivik.
If I was indeed an inspiration for his work, I feel the way the Beatles must have felt when they learned that Charles Manson had committed murder after being inspired by messages he thought he heard in their song lyrics. There were no such messages. Nor is there, for any sane person, any inspiration for harming anyone in my work, which has been consistently dedicated to defending human rights for all people.