Newspaper publishes list of persons considered category A traitors by Breivik
During the most recent police questioning of Anders Behring Breivik, the police handed Breivik a piece of paper and asked if he could make a list of alternative targets that he considered before the 7/22 attacks, one of Breivik’s lawyers, Odd Ivar Grøn, told Verdens Gang (VG) in an interview.
VG writes that Breivik mentioned a total of about thirty possible targets that he planned to attack with bombs or weapons; this included a list of twelve Norwegians he considers to be traitors.
According to the paper, the organization, Knights Templar, which Breivik says he represents, has as its targets both buildings and people it considers traitors. The lists of people considered traitors are reportedly divided in three categories: A, B, and C.
VG has, after having contacted everyone that Breivik listed as category A traitors, published these names:
- Jonas Gahr Støre (Foreign Minister, Labor)
- Gro Harlem Brundtland (former Prime Minster, Labor)
- Trond Giske (Minister of Business, Labor)
- Anniken Huitfeldt (Minister of Culture, Labor)
- Raymond Johansen (Party Secretary, Labor)
- Kåre Willoch (former Prime Minster, Conservative)
- Kjell Magne Bondevik (former Prime Minister, Christian People’s Party)
- Knut Wollebæk (former Foreign Minister, Christian People’s Party)
- Trine Skei Grande (current leader of Leftist Party)
- Kari Helene Partapuoli (leader of the Anti-racist Center)
- Torry Pedersen (Chief Editor, VG)
- Hilde Haugsgjerd (Chief Editor, Aftenposten)
- Several organisations: Amnesty International, the Central Church Council (Mellomkirkelig råd) and fifteen unnamed organizations/businesses referred to as the asylum lobby.
According to VG, Breivik has stated that it would be preferrable to focus on one political party due to limited resources. Former Prime Minister, Kjell Magne Bondevik, and former Foreign Minister, Knut Wollebæk, from the Christian People’s Party (KrF) are, according to VG, on the list of category A traitors because that government supported the NATO invasion of Serbia.
Google translation of right hand column [edited for clarity]:
Such is Breivik’s death list:
Breivik’s alleged organization, Knights Templar, has according to the terrorist not only buildings objectives, but also people they regard as traitors and betrayers. These death lists are divided into categories, named A, B, and C, and are, according to Breivik’s logic legitimate targets.
Here’s the A-list:
Jonas Gahr Støre, or “Judas Gal [Crazy] Støre” as Brevik says he is called in conservative circles. (A Google search shows that several online debaters on Norwegian discussion forums uses this description, note by the editor.)
Gro Harlem Brundtland. Is according to Breivik not a traitor now, but has a historical significance that means that she will always be on such a list.
Three other Labor politicians are mentioned specifically: Minister of business Trond Giske and Culture minister Anniken Huitfeldt, both of which have been AUF leaders and party secretary Raymond Johansen.
Kare Willoch. Breivik has reservations about having the former Conservative prime minister on the list because it is desirable to concentrate on one party because of limited resources.
Kjell Magne Bondevik (KrF). Because he during his time as prime minister supported the invasion of Serbia. Breivik has said that the establishment of the Knights Templar were initiated because NATO “prevented” that Muslims were deported from the country [Serbia].
Knut Wollebæk (KrF). Bondevik’s Foreign Minister on the list for the same reason.
Current Liberal leader Trine Skei Grande is also included.
The same is Kari Helene Partapuoli, head of the Anti-Racist Center.
VG chief editor Torry Pedersen, Aftenposten-chief [editor] Hilde Haugsgjerd and NRK [Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation] as an organization is mentioned. Breivik accuses Norwegian media of being spokesmen for the cultural marxists.
In addition, he mentions several non-governmental organizations as category A-traitors: Amnesty International, Central Council on Ecumenical [Mellomkirkelig råd] and the “asylum lobby.” The latter is Breivik’s own bag-designation of 15 unnamed organizations that want to “colonize Norway with Muslims.”
Kari Helene Partapuoli is on the list. She says she’s used to that right-wing uses terms such as traitor and betrayor about her. “I have received emails from people who have asked whether my family has a background from NS [Nasjonal Samling, a fascist party in Norway during WW2]. Thus, it is not surprising that even this man [Breivik] has said this.”
PS! VG has been in contact with, and informed everyone mentioned in Breivik’s list of “category A-traitors….”
Original article: Her er listen over Breiviks terrormål
Related post: Breivik’s statement in court February 6, 2012