Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Anders Beivik E-Mailed Pam Geller Who Now Justifies Breivik’s Terrorism: Youth Camp Had More ‘Middle Eastern or Mixed’ Races Than ‘Pure Norwegian' | AlterNet

UPDATE: 1:44 PM & 4:19 PM, July 2, 2011

Professional Islamophobe, Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs, found a unique way to blame Muslims even after she knew they were not involved. “Anders Behring Breivik is responsible for his actions. If anyone incited him to violence, it was Islamic supremacists. If anything incited him to violence, it was the Euro-Med policy."
8 Dumbest, Most Insensitive Right-Wing Reactions to the Norway Shooting
by Mark Howard via Alternet.org, July 25, 2011

Pam Geller , Glenn Beck et al suggest that the Domestic Terrorist Anders Beivik was justified in his massacre of Norwegian Youth Camp because some were Middle Eastern looking and therefore according to Geller and Beck's logic would only be at such a camp in order to train as Jihadists.
Beck compares the Summer Camp to Hitler's Nazi Youth movement
Pam Geller may have been in contact with Anders Beivik as far back as 2007 by E-Mail
Beivik revealed to Geller he was planning on taking action against liberals & Jihadists in Norway-
The issue is that besides her attempt at a cover-up she was derelict in her duties by not reporting such communication to the appropriate authorities IE Homeland Security, FBI etc.

Connection between Islamophobe Pam Geller of AtlasShrugs and Norway 's Terrorists and Mass Murderer Anders Breivik
E-Mail on 2007 from Norwegian who might be Terrorist' Anders Breivik.
Should she have turned the E-Mail over to Homeland Security because the writer sounded dangerous.
Would she have been more concerned if the E-mail had been from a Norwegian Muslim ???
Pamela Geller BUSTED!!!

Uploaded by Coughlan616 on Jul 31, 2011

The 2007 Email from Norway as it reads today

The Email as it appeared originally


According to Pamela Geller there is reason to believe that Anders Beivik's targeting of the Labor Party Youth Camp may have been justifies because besides being a camp for left wing Young activists it was also populated with Middle Eastern looking individuals who as far as Geller is concerned were in training for taking the Jihad to Europe and possibly America.

Geller seems very concerned that there happen to be darker skinned young people among all the white, blue eyed blonde Norwegians. To her this is deeply disturbing and proves that these Jihadists have infiltrated Norwegian society and its political parties.

Pam Geller Justifies Breivik’s Terrorism: Youth Camp Had More ‘Middle Eastern or Mixed’ Races Than ‘Pure Norwegian' | AlterNet

Popular hate blogger Pam Geller has received scrutiny in recent days as the public became aware that the right-wing terrorist in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik, had praised her blog andthoroughly cited her writing in his political manifesto. After a number of blogs made the connection, as well as the New York Times, theAtlantic, and other major outlets, Geller became incensed and began lashing out at her critics.
In a post defending herself yesterday, Geller — who has called Obama “President Jihad” and claimed that Arab language classes are a plot to subvert the United States — reached a new low. Geller justifies Breivik’s attack on the Norwegian Labour Party summer youth camp because she says the camp is part of an anti-Israel “indoctrination training center.” She says the victims would have grown up to become “future leaders of the party responsible for flooding Norway with Muslims who refuse to assimilate, who commit major violence against Norwegian natives including violent gang rapes, with impunity, and who live on the dole.”
To get her point across, Geller posts a picture of the youth camp children Breivik targeted. The picture was taken on the Utøya island camp about 24 hours before Breivik killed over 30 children, so it is likely Geller is mocking many of the victims. Under the picture, Geller writes: “Note the faces which are more MIddle [sic] Eastern or mixed than pure Norwegian.” View a screen shot (click to enlarge) of Geller’s blog post below:
Could Geller’s outburst of smears be a distraction against mounting evidence that she might have communicated with Breivik in the past? A post from Geller in 2007 reprints a reader-submitted letter in which an anonymous Norwegian complains of Muslim immigration and boasts that he is “stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment.” In the comment section, Geller claims that she provided anonymity to the reader to protect him from being prosecuted. Although Geller recently deleted the ammunition line from her post, a cached version is available. As Glenn Greenwald notes, “If this were an attack by a Muslim group, and a Muslim had something like this on his/her website, the FBI and multiple other groups would be swarming.”
Geller, a fixture on Fox News and conservative gatherings, gained a large national following last year after fueling a campaign to smear a planned community center several blocks from the Ground Zero site as a “victory mosque.” Her influence extends beyond Breivik and the anti-Muslim blogosphere to the Republican Party, given the fact she has appeared with politicians like Newt Gingrich. And she is not the only leading conservative to rationalize Breivik’s beliefs and actions. Pat Buchanan wrote a column recently arguing that “Breivik may be right.” On his radio show, Glenn Beck said the youth camp Breivik targeted, which could be compared to the College Democrats or other mainstream political organizations, reminded him of “Hitler Youth.”

Southern Poverty Law Center issues warning about homegrown Right-wing Domestic Terrorism in the USA.

Far right domestic terrorism on par with foreign threat, experts say Southern poverty Law Center via CNN July 25, 2011

The threat of domestic terrorist attacks in the United States similar to last week's fatal bombing and assault in Norway is significant and growing, analysts said Monday.

The greatest threat of large-scale attacks come from individuals and small groups of extremists who subscribe to radical Islamic or far right-wing ideologies, said Gary LaFree, director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, or START.

While extremist animal rights and environmental groups also pose threats, those groups either have not tended to seek to kill or have only targeted individuals, according to researchers.

But extremist right-wingers -- from Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh to a neo-Nazi accused of trying to bomb a Martin Luther King Day parade this year -- have shown a willingness to target the public, LaFree said.

Such groups are among the fastest-growing extremist organizations in the country, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported in February. Right wing anti-government groups grew by 60% in 2010 over the previous year, the center reported, attributing much of the growth to militia groups.

The group also reported a smaller increase in the number of anti-immigrant vigilante groups, SPLC reported.

The suspect in the Oslo, Norway, bombings published papers on the internet stressing "unity over diversity" and calling for a violent response to a policy of multiculturalism that he said was destroying European society.

Despite the rise of anti-government militia groups and the sovereign citizen movement -- whose adherents say they are not subject to U.S. law or taxation -- highly organized white supremacist groups have suffered setbacks in recent years with some of the movement's leaders imprisoned and others stripped of their resources by civil lawsuits, said Gary Ackerman, research director at START.

But as McVeigh and Terry Nichols showed in the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City -- in which 168 people died -- it doesn't take a large group to pull off a devastating attack.

Most adherents to extremist ideologies are harmless, said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University in San Bernardino.

"Most of them are not going to do anything but bore their relatives and friends with ridiculous papers and treatises," he said.

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