Oslo Bomber says he likes Texas

With the death of Osama bin Laden, the title of Biggest Terrorist was up for grabs. Everyone was betting on another brown or Muslim guy, but the other day we all learned otherwise in a horrible terrorist attack in Oslo. In a bombing and shooting that seemed to target specific future leaders in Norway’s more liberal party, a blonde European Christian terrorist left 92 people dead.

Congrats, asshole. You're the new face of terrorism!

Apparently, the enemy was “multiculturalism” and Islam, and this was Anders Behring Breivik’s attack.

But he didn’t just leave behind corpses and charred buildings for us to peer upon in mourning as he waits for his trial. He also left a 1500 page rambling manifesto in which he calls for a war between a Christian Europe and Islam.

A manifesto calling for ethnic cleansing and war in Europe? Oooh, oooh, Godwin’s Law!

Seriously, if he had his way, his little weird U-beard would be the 21st century toothbrush mustache.

I haven’t had a chance to read the whole thing (pdf: Anders Behring Breivik manifesto), which the terrorist titled “2083: A European Declaration of Independence.” However, a quick search found a few references to my dear home state of Texas. His comment? He likes it!

 I did enjoy Las Vegas as well but I really dislike the superficial aspects of American society. The American state I found least superficial was Texas.

You hear that guys? When asked about his favorite destination, this terrorist said Texas! Well, not as favorite. But we’re at least somewhere that wasn’t as superficial as the rest of the country.

I guess he’s never been to Dallas?

So yeah, terrorist writes a manifesto about war and ethnic cleansing in Europe and sees no problem with killing children for political aims.

So…. Never Again?

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6 responses to “Oslo Bomber says he likes Texas

  1. I was driving through Arizona when this story was breaking the other day – before the suspect had been identified – and a local talk radio type was eagerly chalking the shooting up to “Europe’s growing Muslim problem” – presuming, I imagine, that the terrorist was Muslim.

    Oddly enough, it turns out that the radio host and the terrorist would have been in agreement when it came to xenophobia…

    Still, is this a first for Facebook? I mean, even the guy who shot Rep. Jeffords only had a Myspace page. This time, the world rushed to the terrorist’s Facebook page. Social networking brings us all together!

  2. Add the missing close quote. Please. For the good of us all.

  3. “2083: A European Declaration of Independence

  4. “Pure love and suspicion cannot dwell together: At the door where the latter enters, the former makes its exit.”

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