Germany Terrorism


As the Tundra Tabloids knew all along.

This is exactly like the ‘knee jerk’ rush to discuss existing gun laws after a major shooting incident that happens, whether it be the Oslo massacre or any other tragedy. The meeting of terrorism experts recently was a direct response to this ‘knee jerk’ reaction, in hopes to discover some vast conspiracy where none exists. The murderer, Anders Breivik was a lone gunman acting out on his own nine year agenda. KGS

H/T: Fjordman

Spy agency doubts far-right network exists

Germany’s foreign intelligence agency has said there is no evidence that a Europe-wide network of right-wing extremists is evolving, casting doubt on claims by Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik. The Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), which is Germany’s rough equivalent to the CIA, has not observed any kind of trend towards organised cells of far-right militants, as Breivik claimed in his 1,500-word manifesto. “Right-wing extremism is nationally stamped,” BND head Ernst Uhrlau told the daily Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung. “We have no knowledge of a cross-border militant movement or even an international right-wing terrorism movement developing.”

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One Response

  1. There may be so-called “right wing” radicals here and there but to direct the nations’ security towards chasing unicorns, if successful, will be a classic misdirection of society’s defenses, and will be a major victory for the multiculturalists in their drive towards their utopia.

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