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#31    Mr Right Wing

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 05:22 PM

View PostVaise, on 11 November 2012 - 04:57 PM, said:

That almost makes it sound like condone Unit 731 actions if that's so, i think this will be final response as i have no interest in discussing anything with a mind with that opinion.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 07:10 PM

anyone tourturing fellow humans of if they are bad or good should be....removed from the Planet


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:16 PM

I wonder if Life in Prison for Anders will actually be seen as Punishment and a Deterrent to any future mass murders in Norway?

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 12:00 AM

Id have though flaying him alive, rolling him in rock salt then dropping him into a vat of vinegar would have been a better way to deal with him.

Ok.... to harsh.... a life in prison will suit I guess but it sure as hell should not be comfortable.

Gruel, cold cells, rough bedding, 24 hour isolation and just bieber music for entertainment 18 hours a day.

Edited by Wyrdlight, 12 November 2012 - 12:02 AM.


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Posted 12 November 2012 - 05:22 AM

we become what we hate

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 06:20 AM

View PostWyrdlight, on 12 November 2012 - 12:00 AM, said:

Gruel, cold cells, rough bedding, 24 hour isolation and just bieber music for entertainment 18 hours a day.

'Bieber music', even the home country of that devil spawn has ruled that as 'cruel and unusual punishment'.

Edit: 'Devil spawn' may have been too harsh... you decide.

Edited by Likely Guy, 12 November 2012 - 06:27 AM.


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Posted 12 November 2012 - 06:41 AM

View Postacidhead, on 12 November 2012 - 05:22 AM, said:

we become what we hate
In turn, we hate what we become?


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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:01 AM

View PostLikely Guy, on 12 November 2012 - 06:20 AM, said:

'Bieber music', even the home country of that devil spawn has ruled that as 'cruel and unusual punishment'.

Edit: 'Devil spawn' may have been too harsh... you decide.
Oh no, I don't think so.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:03 AM

On the subject of Breivik, do you reckon he might be still trying for the "insanity" get-out? perhaps this will be the first of a series of bizarre complaints and statements, aimed at persuading people to think that he's nuts.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:06 AM

He's a political prisoner and commited those killings for a reason, not out of a whim. Although I haven't read the full maniphesto, I have read plenty of it. He had planned it for nine years and thus have had a lot of time to think through it. What he did was a protest against multiculturalism and the islamization of the western civilisation as such. He found it pointless to joina political party as it only would have been a dead end street. He realized he could have wasted 20-30 years without not really getting anywhere because of the powerful forces behind the destruction of our independent national states and the christian identity. I too reacted much like you the first few months afterwards until I started to read more thoroughly about his thoughts and causes for the whole action. And I didn't perceive it in any way that he was complaining about petty things, mainly about the forced isolation. Although I will not condone murder and terrorism, I consider those traitors who willingly destroys their own nation and thus betrays their own people, are far worse than Breivik will ever be. They are like Breivis states, cultural marxists and a such they have a very malevolent agenda that has been going on for decades. If they win, Hitler, Stalin and Mao's genocides during the 20the century, will seem like a sunday walk in the park with family, compared to the hellish nightmare they have in store for us.


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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:30 AM

View Post747400, on 12 November 2012 - 08:03 AM, said:

On the subject of Breivik, do you reckon he might be still trying for the "insanity" get-out? perhaps this will be the first of a series of bizarre complaints and statements, aimed at persuading people to think that he's nuts.
I thought he actually adamantly denied that he was insane.  He actually wanted it known he was completely lucid when he acted.

I love that about him, shot himself in the foot to save his face :P .  Can't get out via a psychiatrist's recommendation  if you're already sane ;) .

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:32 AM

View PostRobin_Shadowes, on 12 November 2012 - 09:06 AM, said:

He's a political prisoner and commited those killings for a reason, not out of a whim. Although I haven't read the full maniphesto, I have read plenty of it. He had planned it for nine years and thus have had a lot of time to think through it. What he did was a protest against multiculturalism and the islamization of the western civilisation as such. He found it pointless to joina political party as it only would have been a dead end street. He realized he could have wasted 20-30 years without not really getting anywhere because of the powerful forces behind the destruction of our independent national states and the christian identity. I too reacted much like you the first few months afterwards until I started to read more thoroughly about his thoughts and causes for the whole action. And I didn't perceive it in any way that he was complaining about petty things, mainly about the forced isolation. Although I will not condone murder and terrorism, I consider those traitors who willingly destroys their own nation and thus betrays their own people, are far worse than Breivik will ever be. They are like Breivis states, cultural marxists and a such they have a very malevolent agenda that has been going on for decades. If they win, Hitler, Stalin and Mao's genocides during the 20the century, will seem like a sunday walk in the park with family, compared to the hellish nightmare they have in store for us.
What? I do hope English isn't your first language, so that what the nuances of you actually meant was lost in translation.
Otherwise, i'm afraid what you say there makes certain other posters well known to us look like flower-hugging hippies.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

View PostRobin_Shadowes, on 12 November 2012 - 09:06 AM, said:

He's a political prisoner and commited those killings for a reason, not out of a whim. Although I haven't read the full maniphesto, I have read plenty of it. He had planned it for nine years and thus have had a lot of time to think through it. What he did was a protest against multiculturalism and the islamization of the western civilisation as such. He found it pointless to joina political party as it only would have been a dead end street. He realized he could have wasted 20-30 years without not really getting anywhere because of the powerful forces behind the destruction of our independent national states and the christian identity. I too reacted much like you the first few months afterwards until I started to read more thoroughly about his thoughts and causes for the whole action. And I didn't perceive it in any way that he was complaining about petty things, mainly about the forced isolation. Although I will not condone murder and terrorism, I consider those traitors who willingly destroys their own nation and thus betrays their own people, are far worse than Breivik will ever be. They are like Breivis states, cultural marxists and a such they have a very malevolent agenda that has been going on for decades. If they win, Hitler, Stalin and Mao's genocides during the 20the century, will seem like a sunday walk in the park with family, compared to the hellish nightmare they have in store for us.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:50 AM

View PostRobin_Shadowes, on 12 November 2012 - 09:06 AM, said:

He's a political prisoner and commited those killings for a reason, not out of a whim. Although I haven't read the full maniphesto, I have read plenty of it. He had planned it for nine years and thus have had a lot of time to think through it. What he did was a protest against multiculturalism and the islamization of the western civilisation as such. He found it pointless to joina political party as it only would have been a dead end street. He realized he could have wasted 20-30 years without not really getting anywhere because of the powerful forces behind the destruction of our independent national states and the christian identity. I too reacted much like you the first few months afterwards until I started to read more thoroughly about his thoughts and causes for the whole action. And I didn't perceive it in any way that he was complaining about petty things, mainly about the forced isolation. Although I will not condone murder and terrorism, I consider those traitors who willingly destroys their own nation and thus betrays their own people, are far worse than Breivik will ever be. They are like Breivis states, cultural marxists and a such they have a very malevolent agenda that has been going on for decades. If they win, Hitler, Stalin and Mao's genocides during the 20the century, will seem like a sunday walk in the park with family, compared to the hellish nightmare they have in store for us.
These were not "cultural marxists" these were young teenagers - which you have decided to condemn based on what is imagined they will do in the future?  Am I getting that right?
You actually think you can decide whether someone will be good or bad for the world with a broad stroke of a brush based on the barest data of their political affiliations at the age of 17 to 20?

We are to entertain the extremist view that a person's political leaning was a "plausible" reason to consider ending them?  To save mankind? Can you hear what you are extrapolating?  Do you really believe you know society and it's individuals so well that you can pick the noxious weeds pluck them out before they take root?  Does anything I just said really speak to a sane position on mass murder of teenagers to you?

:cry: :no: :unsure2:   Get a grip on your Ego buddy next it will be selling you the delusion you are God himself.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:33 AM

View PostRobin_Shadowes, on 12 November 2012 - 09:06 AM, said:

He's a political prisoner and commited those killings for a reason, not out of a whim. Although I haven't read the full maniphesto, I have read plenty of it. He had planned it for nine years and thus have had a lot of time to think through it. What he did was a protest against multiculturalism and the islamization of the western civilisation as such. He found it pointless to joina political party as it only would have been a dead end street. He realized he could have wasted 20-30 years without not really getting anywhere because of the powerful forces behind the destruction of our independent national states and the christian identity. I too reacted much like you the first few months afterwards until I started to read more thoroughly about his thoughts and causes for the whole action. And I didn't perceive it in any way that he was complaining about petty things, mainly about the forced isolation. Although I will not condone murder and terrorism, I consider those traitors who willingly destroys their own nation and thus betrays their own people, are far worse than Breivik will ever be. They are like Breivis states, cultural marxists and a such they have a very malevolent agenda that has been going on for decades. If they win, Hitler, Stalin and Mao's genocides during the 20the century, will seem like a sunday walk in the park with family, compared to the hellish nightmare they have in store for us.
I bet you would not say that if any of the dead was your children.






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