Archive for February 7th, 2012
Dagbladet reports that the Oslo chapter of the Labor Youth Organization (AUF) held its annual organizational meeting this weekend and elected 27-year-old Vegard Wennesland as the new leader. Wennesland has been functioning as interim leader after his predecessor, Håvard Vederhus, was killed on Utøya.
Munir Jaber and Amal Abdinur were elected as deputy leaders.
Vegard Wennesland elected leader of Oslo AUF
Took over as leader when Havard-lived house was killed on Utøya 22 July.
Wennesland has been acting head of the local team after being elected during an extraordinary membership meeting since 23 last August, but on Saturday for the first time voted in as an ordinary elected leader of Oslo AUF. The annual meeting this weekend is the first annual meeting after 22 July.
Wennesland get with the County Secretary Munir Jaber and county director Amal Abdinur as deputy leaders….
Original article: Vegard Wennesland valgt til leder i Oslo AUF
NRK reports that, according to police documents which NRK has seen, the Norwegian police are investigating possible contact between Anders Behring Breivik and Milorad Ulemek, a former commander of the Serbian secret police special unit, the Red Berets. Ulemek was a commander in the Serbian forces during the Kosovan War, fighting against Muslims and NATO forces in the Balkans. At the end of the war, special forces from the Norwegian military were the first NATO ground forces entering Kosovo, and among the first to enter Pristina.
Breivik has told police that the organization that he represents, the Knights Templar, was created in 2002 as a result of the NATO bombing of Christians in Serbia, and that the reason he travelled to Liberia in 2002 was to meet a Serbian war hero. Breivik has been unwilling to say whom he met in Liberia, but according to NRK the police believe this person may have been Milorad Ulemek. Dagbladet writes that on September 27, 2011, the Oslo Police sent a request for information about Ulemek in Serbia.
NRK also writes that another European right-wing activist, Nick Greger, has connections to Liberia. Nick Greger is the leader of an organization called Order 777 and, according to NRK, has ties to the organization Breivik says he represents, the Knights Templar. NRK says that Greger published a video about a year ago in which he praises Milorad Ulemek, and that in the video there is a picture of a kneeling Templar Knight, the same symbol used in Breivik’s manifest (“2083: A European Declaration of Independence”). Nick Greger is a frequent poster of videos online, some of which can be viewed on his YouTube channel.
The Belfast Telegraph reported in July 2011 that Nick Greger attended a gathering in Malta in February of that year together with Johnny Adair, a former leader of “C Company”, 2nd Battalion Shankill Road, West Belfast Brigade of the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), and Paul Ray, one of the original founders of the English Defence League (EDL). A YouTube video entitled “The Gathering” uploaded Feb 28, 2011, shows Paul Ray, Nick Greger and Johnny Adair together visiting churches around Malta.
Paul Ray has condemned the 7/22 attacks, but according to The Belfast Telegraph, he confirmed to the Associated Press the existence of a loosely organized group inspired by the Knights Templar. According to The Belfast Telegraph, Ray refused to name any members so as not to indicate the size of the organization, but he stated the following: “It’s an idea. It’s not like it’s a massive organization. It’s a belief.”
In his compendium (“2083: A European Declaration of Independence”), Breivik speaks positively about Milorad Ulemek. According to Dagbladet, Breivik has explained to the Norwegian police that, in many ways, much of the symbolism of the Knights Templar organization is from Serbia.
Persons charged with terrorist Anders Breivik Behring has probably been inspired by several Christian terrorists and killers. Among these was a Serbian commander, he may have met in Liberia in 2002.
The police now use resources to find out more about the convicted murderer commander, Milorad Ulemek, and if he can be linked to Breivik.
It shows the forks research material NRK know the content in.
The reason is that Breivik in 2002 traveled to Liberia. There, he claims that he met a Serbian war hero he was recruiting for his fight against the Muslims in Europe. This may have been Milorad Ulemek, who on the Serbian side was in the war against Muslims in the Balkans…..
Original article: Etterforsker Breivik-spor til serbisk kommandør
Google translation [edited for clarity]:
Breivik may have met the convicted murderer mafia leader Milorad Ulemek on diamond hunting in Africa.
Breivik claimed during interrogation that he met a “Serb war hero who has killed many Muslims in battle” when he was in Liberia in 2002. He tried to make money on blood diamonds in the war-torn but mineral-rich country on Africa’s west coast. In questioning Breivik refused to testify in detail about his alleged contact. But has said the following:
“Now apparently all are captured, of those war criminals, but … they … for nationalists, they are heroes, right.”
When asked by police Breivik has not wanted to say if he had been in Serbia, but the organization Knights Templar, which he persistently claims to be a part of, was allegedly founded in 2002 because of NATO bombing of Serbia.
“NATO made it impossible for Serbia to deport Muslims. They therefore began to ‘kill one another,’” Breivik has said in questioning….
Original article: Etterforsker om Breivik møtte en av Serbias farligste menn
Related article: Breivik’s ‘mentor’ linked to exiled loyalist Johnny ‘Mad Dog’ Adair