Even certain pseudo researchers are remaining mum.
The media is amazingly silent over the fact that the Butcher of Utoya has now admitted that he used the Counterjihad, and it’s principle voices, in order to destroy it. The media and academics who ran with the meme that Fjordman ‘spawned’ the mass murderer through his many writings on Islamization, and the need to reverse it, refuse to apologize, that includes the Brit, Toby Archer, who was attached to the Finnish Institute for Foreign Affairs as a researcher at the time of the mass murder, who wrote in the Counterjihad hit piece, ”Breivik’s Swamp’‘,
So when Anders Behring Breivik says that his killing spree on Friday, July 22, was “gruesome but necessary” — as he reportedly told his lawyer — we must not just dismiss him as mad, but ask why he thinks so. Having left a 1,500-page manifesto and a YouTube video — all conveniently in serviceable English for the international audience — he clearly wants to be understood.
To do so requires an appreciation of a transatlantic movement that often calls itself “the counter-jihad.” As his writings indicate, Breivik is clearly a product of this predominantly web-based community of anti-Muslim, anti-government, and anti-immigration bloggers, writers, and activists — no matter how much the movement’s leading lights may deny this and denounce his actions.
I tweeted Toby Archer the other day asking him to apologize for the role he played in smearing a massive movement, as well as key central people in the movement with whom I am friends, he refused to reply, perhaps out of arrogance and political expediency, but more likely, out of sheer embarrassment, which makes him a pathetic little man.
Breivik’s Confession and the Media’s Silence
From his prison cell, the confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik in January 2014 circulated a letter in which he repudiated all association with the Counterjihad and anti-Islamists. He gloated over how easy it was to fool the Western mainstream media (MSM) into supporting his intended witch-hunt on peaceful anti-Islamists:
The idea was to manipulate the MSM and others so that they would launch a witch-hunt and send their <<media-rape-squads>> against our opponents. It worked quite well. (…) I tried to hint about this double-psychology, by quoting <<war is deceit>> x number of times, but I couldnt make it more obvious, as it had to be credible to the aggressive army of 2000 media psychopaths (the MSM-rape-squad). The <<hug-your-opponents, kick-the-ones-you-love>>-tactic is one of the oldest in the book.
The forensic psychiatrists Synne Sørheim and Torgeir Husby declared Breivik insane. Their conclusion was controversially overturned by the Oslo District Court in August 2012 after political and media pressure. Sørheim and Husby noted his frequent use of neologisms (made-up words or phrases) as one of many indications that he suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
They were mocked for this claim. Yet if one examines the way Breivik uses the term “double-psychology” in the above quote, this is the kind of neologism that one would expect from somebody suffering from schizophrenia. “Reverse psychology” might be a real term, but I’ve never seen the term “double-psychology” being used in this manner or context by any sane person, regardless of their political views.
Inventing new words is normal for children. They have a vivid imagination and haven’t yet learned the proper use of the language. Yet for an adult, the extensive use of neologisms consistently displayed by Breivik is a common symptom of psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia. People suffering from this illness invent an alternative language in order to describe the alternative reality inside their own head.
Critics might object that coining new words by itself does not indicate insanity. After all, William Shakespeare introduced new words to the English language. That’s true, but he was a master communicator, still admired centuries after his death. Breivik is clearly not a new Shakespeare. His language is downright primitive, and just as unfocused as his logic.