The death toll as of July 22 evening PDT has risen to eighty. Norwegian professor is blaming the events on Neo-Nazis. I see no hindrance between the theory that the shooter was a Neo-Nazi and that it was a mind-controlled Manchurian candidate groomed by the CIA black ops unit. I do have problems considering that a Neo-Nazi could have engineered such a powerful bomb blast.
I frankly consider it impossible to consider that a fringe group could have done that in a government building, with the amount or type of explosives needed to create such a powerful blast. These details point again, I think, to a sophisticated group with good knowledge of explosives and the ability to access settings like this building.
I’d like to recommend to any Norwegians reading this that they hold back from blaming Muslims, certainly, and they are doing that but also hang back from settling on Neo-Nazis, whatever the shooter’s affiliations, and remain open to considering the possibility that the CIA black-ops unit was behind both attacks.
The fact that the shooter was Norwegian should answer any attempts to associate the attack with “Arab terrorists.” The attack killed 30 people, 20 of them children, in Norway today.
The most likely explanation was that the shooter was a mind-controlled Manchurian candidate and, in my view, the CIA’s black-ops unit is the most likely cause of the incident.
Norway: Dozens Killed in Terror Attacks
Gunman massacres teenagers at summer camp after explosion rocks centre of Oslo.
By Damien McElroy, Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Telegraph, July 23, 2011
At least 30 people were feared dead in Norway last night after a gunman mowed down students at a summer camp hours after a bomb had devastated the centre of Oslo.
More than 20 youths attending a political gathering were reported to have been shot dead when a terrorist disguised as a policeman opened fire on a holiday island on a lake near the capital.
Seven people had earlier been killed in central Oslo when a car bomb went off outside the country’s main government building. Members of the country’s ruling Labour Party were the targets in both cases. Police had confirmed a total of 17 deaths last night.
British security forces were immediately placed on alert amid fears that Norway’s worst terrorist outrage might be the first in a series of attacks on the West. The carnage followed repeated warnings that al-Qaeda was planning a Mumbai-style attack on countries involved in the war in Afghanistan, where Norway has about 500 troops.
At least one Islamic terror group quickly claimed the attacks were “revenge” for Norway’s engagement in Afghanistan, and for the publication of Danish cartoons of the prophet Mohammed.