There’s Norway We WON’T Blame This On The Jews

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I do realize I have not yet blogged about the recent massacre in Norway, not due to a lack of desire mind you, but rather to a lack of time.

I would like to join the people of Israel in offering my condolences to the people of Norway, especially the families and friends of the victims. Our prayers are with you, although there are many people out there who have seized on the fact killer Anders Behring Breivik seems to have been pro-Israel, and have tried to implicate us.

People such as anti-Israel writer Gilad Atzmon, who stops short of suggesting the killer was a Mossad agent. But only just.



I am not in a position at present to firmly point a finger at Israel, its agents, or its sayanim — but assembling the information together, and considering all possibilities may suggest that Anders Behring Breivik might indeed, have been a Sabbath Goy.

Within its Judaic mundane-societal context, the Sabbath Goy is simply there to accomplish some minor tasks the Jews cannot undertake during the Sabbath. But within the Zion-ised reality we tragically enough live in, the Sabbath Goy kills for the Jewish state. He may even do it voluntarily.

 Or this Swedish-Algerian journalist who does not suscribe to the view we needed a middleman.

Yahya Abu Zakariya: I blame two parties in the West [for the Norway attacks] – the extremist right and the Israeli Mossad

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You will witness similar operations in Denmark, in Sweden, in Iceland, in Finland, and in Britain. This is [part of] the Zionist strategy of ridding Europe of its Muslim population under the slogan of preventing Islam from settling in Europe, so that Europe will continue to support the Zionist entity

[…]

According to a study conducted by Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, and Icelandic scholars, in 2050 Muslims will constitute half of the population of northern Europe. This is a strategic development that has grave consequences for the future of northern Europe.

If the Mossad, which places its stake on Europe, and which has become active in the West by means of the notion of the Holocaust, does not begin to dissipate this rising [Muslim] forces in the West, the Zionist Entity will face great danger in the future.

And he’s not alone. Even the seemingly unremarkable Salem News has published a piece by a guy claiming the date of the attack holds a clue as to who is responsible.

The attack on Oslo came exactly 65 years to the day after the Israeli Irgun blew up the King David Hotel in Jerusalem that left over 90 people dead. The violent blast even killed passers by and people in adjacent neighboring buildings. 91 people of various nationalities were killed and 46 were injured This was an attack directed at British soldiers who just the year before, were still fighting the Nazi’s.

Sadly, it is not a major surprise for many students of history, to hear that the alleged right wing terrorist responsible for dozens killed in Norway has connections to both fascism movements, and Israel.

That statement may offend the sensibilities of many, but the stark truth is that Israel was literally formed by bands of terrorists in the 1940’s who killed many British in their quest to establish a Jewish state.

Beyond the attack on the King David Hotel, the Irgun group is remembered best for the Deir Yassin massacre in Palestine that left several hundred men, women and children slaughtered. The Irgun were known as a group that strongly believed in retaliation against the British and all non-Jewish residents of the area, and even had conflict with Jews who didn’t believe in or failed to endorse their violence.

 This whole blame-the-Jew thing is getting old already. Like thousands of years ago.

Update: No doubt, those who fall for the anti-Israel propaganda will likely also be moved by Hamas’ condemnation of the attack.

The Hamas Movement expressed its solidarity with the people of Norway and the families of victims who were massacred in terrorist attacks on Friday, condemning what happened as heinous crimes.

In a press release on Saturday, Hamas said these attacks showed the danger of the extremist tendencies that promote incitement and hatred against Islam, which targeted this time Norwegian young men and women who established camps to support the occupied people of Palestine and call for ending Israel’s blockade on the Gaza Strip.

The Movement stressed that the ongoing unjust incitement campaign led by the US against the besieged Palestinian people and against their supporters in the world must be stopped immediately because it provides cover for the Zionist extremism and prompt such terrorist attacks.

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