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Oslo authorities believe Anders Behring Breivik posted video mere hours before killing spree; clip joins 1,500-page online creed

The 1,500-page manifesto published online by Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian arrested for the killing of at least 93 people in the double terror attack which took place in Oslo on Friday, was joined by a video in which he explains his "vision."

 

Oslo authorities believe Breivik posted the video mere hours before setting out on his deadly killing spree.

 

 

In the 12-minute video titled "2083 – a European Declaration of Independence," Breivik uses symbols, illustration, pictures and various quotes to explain his "strategy of disassembling multiculturalism," and claims that the "multicultural alliance is led by Marxists with suicidal tendencies" and "capitalist globalist political blocks," with aim of nixing European nationalism in favor of Marxism. 

 

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"Multiculturalism is an anti-European hate ideology designed to deconstruct European cultures and traditions, European identities, European Christendom and even European nations states… It is an evil genocidal ideology created for the sole purpose of annihilating everything European," he says.

 

Breivik then goes on to explain his proposed "deconstruction" strategy.

 

In the second part of the video Breivik analyzes his version of the "Islamic colonization" of Europe, in which he lists "types of jihad" and notes the "number of casualties due to multiculturalism." He also described himself as being "pro-Zionism" and "pro-Israeli nationalism."

 

The third part, titled "Hope" is dedicated to the solution he suggests, and the fourth part – "New Beginning" outlines his post-revolution vision.

 

The video also included imaged of Breivik wearing a crusader's uniform, a hint – according to authorities – to his perception of the act.

 

The Norwegian gunman notes that he would like to see Europe embrace the nationalistic model of countries like Japan or South Korea, which he believed represent "nationalistic conservatism at its best."

 

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