This underlines the thesis that the Tundra Tabloids has been reporting ever since expert Forensic Psychiatrist Dr.Michael Welner gave his medical based opinions on it this past summer. Anders Breivik is not “insane” but suffers from an acute narcissistic personality disorder.
He was fully lucid before, during and after his horrible crime of murdering in cold blood 77 people. KGS
NOTE: The initial rush to blame people such as Fjordman, and the rest of us who work against the islamization of our societies, was shameful, and will boomerang against our political foes.
Mama’s Boy and Mass Murderer
Experts Disagree on Psychological State of Norwegian Killer
In fact, Randi Rosenqvist, the most influential forensic psychiatrist in Norway, also has doubts. “As far as I’m concerned,” she says, “this diagnosis doesn’t follow from their arguments.”
For many years, the 60-year-old psychiatrist headed the forensic medicine commission that evaluates the quality of forensic expert opinions. Accordingly, her judgment carries weight in the field.
Rosenqvist’s doubts come from having noticed signs in Breivik that point toward a narcissistic personality disorder as the cause of his orgy of violence. If correct, this diagnosis would not necessarily make him incapable of being held responsible for his actions. She criticizes her fellow psychiatrists for having “failed to substantiate why other psychiatric disorders have been excluded” from consideration.
Clinical psychologist Svenn Torgensen also suspects that Breivik is actually suffering from a narcissistic personality disorder. To this he attributes Breivik’s delusions of grandeur and his belief that he was singled out to be a knight in a crusade against Islam.
Even the two psychiatric experts who wrote the official report gathered a series of signs that tend to speak for pathological narcissism. For example, when they asked Breivik what he thought the youths probably felt when he was shooting at them, the killer merely responded by discussing what the deeds meant for him. “On this day,” he said, “I was waging a one-man war against all the regimes of Western Europe. I felt traumatized every second that blood and brains were spurting out. War is hell.”
Torgensen gets the impression that Breivik found an ideal place to nourish his delusions of grandeur in the anti-Islamic scene full of crusader fantasies. “This was coupled with an extremely sadistic disorder,” Torgensen says. “This disastrous combination could explain the scale of his violence.”
What’s more, Torgensen believes that officials are trying to use a diagnosis of mental disease to make Breivik disappear as quietly as possible. One thing that leads him to believe this are rumors that a new wing is being built in the prison that will be dedicated to psychiatric detainees.