Will the Leftists and Islamic supremacists who have been avid to blame me for the Breivik murders now retract and apologize? I won’t be holding my breath. But now what I have been saying all along is abundantly established: the fact that the Norwegian mass murderer mentioned me (along with many others such as John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, and Charles Darwin) in his ideologically incoherent “manifesto” no more meant that I was his “inspiration” or “mentor” than the fact that Charles Manson invoked the Beatles as the inspiration for his murders meant that they were complicit or responsible.
In reality, although the Left loves to invoke the number times Breivik cited me (although their number is always different), in reality, virtually every time he was supposedly citing me, he was actually citing a news article from Jihad Watch. Another large portion of the total number of citations comes from his incorporating whole into his “manifesto” the transcript of a documentary in which I appear, Islam: What the West Needs to Know.
He in fact never cited me as an inspiration for his actions or recommendations, and couldn’t have done so, because I do not call for violence or anything that violates the human rights we are trying to protect from Islamic supremacism. At one point he even says that I am wrong because I do not call for violence. The Islamic supremacists and their Leftist tools never mention the fact that Pamela Geller notes today: “Breivik specifically quoted John F. Kennedy, a hero of the American Left, as inspiration: ‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.'”
Anders Breivik has been found to have been insane at the time of the Norway terror attacks and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
Psychiatrists Torgeir Husby and Synne Sorheim compiled the report on Breivik after conducting 13 conversations with the self admitted attacker, also reviewing more than 130 hours of police questioning.
Breivik lived in his “own delusional universe where all his thoughts and acts are guided by his delusions,” the 240-page report found.
Public prosecutor Svein Holden said: “They (Husby and Sorheim) conclude that Anders Behring Breivik during a long period of time has developed the mental disorder of paranoid schizophrenia, which has changed him and made him into the person he is today.”
“He believes he is chosen to decide who is to live and who is to die,” he added. “Breivik stated that he committed these ‘executions’ out of love for his people. He describes himself as the most perfect knight since the Second World War.”