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it was in Finnish, so I’ll translate some bits into English, the main points, ask more if there’s something to ask for. :)
The psychiatrists says that the relationship between Wenche Behring and her son Anders Behring Breivik was too tense and a bit too close. His mom described Breivik as a hyperactive, aggressive and too clingy.
The info is from Norwegian child-psychiatric centre’s SSBU’s reports. Breivik and Wenche visited there really often back in 1983.
Breivik and his mom shared the same bed and were really closely in physical touch, says the psychiatrists. And in the reports you can see some references to a bit abusive sexual touching. According to the neighbours there was a lot of fighting in their apartment. And also some sexual behaviour at the same time, when there was kids presence.
His mother’s, Wenche’s personality have been described as a very complicated one. “She channeled the primitive aggression and sexual fantasies to him,” one report sentence says.
Mom used to beat breivik sometimes also, to beating Breivik used to say with a smile: “It doesn’t hurt.” Breivik’s smile according to his mom was very resigned, improper and irreverent.
Breivik’s mom, Wenche didn’t witness in the court and didn’t wan’t to let the court to know about the reports of what happened back in 1983-84.
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And who exactly you are? Psychologist? Psychiatrist?
Have you done the necessary tests with me? The personality disorder tests & others? I doubt so, so who are you to say what I am?
And no. I don’t feel any empathy towards the victims. I can’t feel any empathy nor sympathy towards them. I’m not ashamed to admit that. Got a problem with that? if you do, shame on you.
But that doesn’t mean that am I capable to feel sympathy or empathy to other things. I’m not as heartless or insane as you may assume.
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(My own note: I am proud of belonging to the Nordic tribe!!)
By Robert Spencer
“Get out your weapons,” commanded Jaffar Umar Thalib, a 40-year-old Muslim cleric, over Indonesian radio in May 2002. “Fight to the last drop of blood.”
The target of this Jihad was Indonesian Christians. Christians, Jaffar explained, were “belligerent infidels” (kafir harbi) and entitled to no mercy. This designation was not merely a stylistic flourish on Jaffar’s part. On the contrary, kafir harbi is a category of infidel that is clearly delineated in Islamic theology. By using this term, Jaffar was not only inciting his followers to violence, but telling them that their actions were theologically sanctioned.
Jaffar’s words had consequences. The death toll among Indonesian Christians in the chaos that followed was estimated to be as high as 10,000, with countless thousands more left homeless. Journalist Rod Dreher reported in 2002 that Jaffar Umar Thalib’s jihadist group, Laskar Jihad, had also “forcibly converted thousands more, and demolished hundreds of churches.”
What happened in Indonesia was treated by the international press as an isolated incident. In fact, however, the violent jihad there was part of the ongoing persecution of Christians by Muslims throughout the Islamic world. This violence, reminiscent of barbarous religious conflicts of seven hundred years ago, is the dirty little secret of contemporary religion. Fearful of offending Muslim sensibilities, the international community has averted its gaze, allowing the persecution to take place in the darkness. Nowhere else is religious bigotry legitimated by holy writ, in this case the Quran, or by a significant number of religious leaders, in this case imams. Nowhere else does religious bigotry have such bloody consequences. Nowhere else does such religious bigotry take place almost entirely without comment, let alone condemnation, from the human rights community.
Christian persecution by Muslims has become a familiar narrative, repeated with terrifying frequency in Muslim controlled areas throughout the world, but especially in the Middle East.
Heard it last night from a fellow brother…
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