Brievik couldn’t have said it better: Jpost wants us to use Oslo attack to reevaluate immigration policy

Posted: July 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: In the News, media, The Right | Tags: , , | 2 Comments »

Is it only me that find this quote particularity sick? This is from the Jerusalem Post’s editorial, no less (my bold):

Perhaps Brievik’s inexcusable act of vicious terror should serve not only as a warning that there may be more elements on the extreme Right willing to use violence to further their goals, but also as an opportunity to seriously reevaluate policies for immigrant integration in Norway and elsewhere.

If you can stand it, read the rest here.


2 Comments on “Brievik couldn’t have said it better: Jpost wants us to use Oslo attack to reevaluate immigration policy”

  1. 1 Knut Eirik Rasmussen said at 9:12 am on July 27th, 2011:

    Breivik is a pathetic guy who have been caught to be blame for what has been done. He is as they say in USA a patsy. Those who are really behind and controllers of the operation, are not revealed yet. Breivik might have had a small part of the operation, but his role in the whole affair is to be blamed. Come on folks, do you he´s behind all that has been done. This is a false flag event and has to do with what is going on in the world today. What´s going on? Bombing in Libya, which Norway is supporting. This is a message to our prime minister, Jens Stoltenberg. Intelligence agency have been recruiting officers from the police. They have also monitor people. Reports is saying that they had a drill, before it happened. It has all the signs of a foreign intelligence operation.
    Not just a one man job.

  2. 2 corey said at 8:17 pm on July 28th, 2011:

    Apparently the sagacious Pat Buchanan said the same thing, but with even less of an attempt to mouth the pro forma expressions of horror about the tragedy. I expect such crap from Buchanan, and I suppose I should also expect it from the JPost. But maybe I’m just too old to ever get it into my head that Jews and/or Israelis can so easily forget our extremely long history as immigrants and exiles. The failure of empathy among “my people” breaks my heart. I put the quotes around “my people” as homage and allusion to the Tzadik Franz Kafka, who said “My people, my people…if only I had one!”