Monday, July 25, 2011

Norway: A warning ignored by America's radical right?

According to his attorney, the man behind this weekends slaughter of 92 people in Norway, Anders Behring Reivki, feels that his actions were “atrocious” yet “necessary”.  Why necessary?

In his voluminous writings, Reivki frequently cited such right-wing American Islamaphobes, as Robert Spencer and Pamela Gellert as providing the intellectual underpinning for his rabid views. Spencer and Gellert are now scrambling to distance themselves from the Norwegian’s horrific acts.

Question: If Pamela Gellert really believes her clarion warnings of racial apocalypse, how could she not foresee that one of her admirers would choose to stop writing and start acting, courageously perform that “necessary” act: sacrificing himself—and—regrettably--others----to defend Civilization as we know it.

After all, if all we hold dear is at stake, it’s long past the time for mere words!

In fact, Reiki may not only have been just a consumer of Geller’s site Atlas Shrugs,  but also a contributor.

 John Smith, responded to my original blog about Geller’s possible intellectual links with Norway’s tragedy by pointing to an “intriguing post on Geller's site, dated June 24, 2007 - titled "Email from Norway".

Wrote Smith: It looks like she's been "scrubbing" her links, but you can still see it on Googlecache:http://web leusercont arch?q=cac he:LCzO2Vc j8s8J:atla­sshrugs200 0.typepad. com/atlas_ shrugs/200 7/06/email -from-norw .html

Herewith the quote from Geller’s site:

“I am running an email I received from an Atlas reader in Norway. It is devastating in its matter-of-factness:

“Well, yes, the situation is worsening. Stepping up from 29 000 immigrants every year, in 2007 we will be getting a total of 35 000 immigrants from somalia, iran, iraq and afghanistan. The nations capital is already 50% muslim, and they ALL go there after entering Norway. Adding the 1.2 births per woman per year from muslim women, there will be 300 000+ muslims out of the then 480 000 inhabitants of that city. 

“Orders from Libya and Iran say that Oslo will be known as Medina at the latest in 2010, although I consider this a PR-stunt nevertheless it is their plan. 

“From Israel the hordes clawing at the walls of Jerusalem proclaim cheerfully that next year there will be no more Israel, and I know Israel shrugs this off as do I, and will mount a strike during the summer against all of its enemies in the middle east. This will make the muslims worldwide go into a frenzy, attacking everyone around them. 

We are stockpiling and caching weapons, ammunition and equipment. This is going to happen fast. 
Before, I thought about emigrating to Britain, Israel, USA, South Africa, etc. for taxes and politics, but instead (although I believe we are the very last generation on earth before the return of God) I will stay and fight for the right to this country and indeed the entire peninsula, for the God-fearing people, just in case this isn't the end of the world after all. Doesn't hurt to have a backup plan. 

“It's far from impossible to achieve, after all my people has done it every time before, in feats that match the ancient greek, hebrew and british "legends". 

“Oslo and the southeast may fall easily, but there are other lines than "state"-borders drawn across this country since long before there was even a single muslim in the world, and we have held them this long, against everyone else too. We are entering a new golden age for my people, and those of a handful other countrys, but only through struggle.

“Never fear, Pamela. God is with you too in this coming time.”

Note the paragraph, which I italicized, talking of stockpiling and caching weapons. 

Did Ms. Geller consider turning over that email to Norwegian authorities? Didn’t she worry at the time that such violent talk went too far? That here was a tragedy in the making that she could prevent?  Did she counsel her Norwegian correspondent that the problem of immigration should not be dealt with armed violence? This, after all, was not the kind of action she was calling for. Right?

 Nope, she posted his views on her site, for thousands of radical thinkalikes to cheer on—or, who knows, become inspired.

But, before posting those views she carefully removed the name of her Norwegian email admirer--as my correspondent John Smith pointed out, calling attention to one of the comments on Geller’s site on the Norwegian email: 

"A very nice letter to you, Pam, from a Norwegian Atlasite (Atlasonian?). Unfortunately, he or she could be prosecuted under hate-speech laws for writing or posting in Norway what you have passed on to us."

Geller replied:

"yes turn, which is why I ran it anonymously"

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