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English Defense League Admits Links to Norway Nazi Killer


Eng­lish Defense League Weighs In

COMMENT:  After ini­tial denial, the British populist/fascist group [2]has admit­ted links to Anders Breivik, the Nor­way Nazi killer.

Aside from the super­fi­cial ele­ment of alarm–overt fas­cists gain­ing strength and pub­lic­i­ty in a time of severe eco­nom­ic cri­sis and social dislocation–the growth and activ­i­ties of groups like the EDL and Swe­den Democ­rats actu­al­ly work to strength­en the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood’s Islam­o­fas­cist orga­ni­za­tion.

(In addi­tion to the vast num­ber of pro­grams [3] detail­ing the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood’s [4] activ­i­ties, the Glob­al Mus­lim Broth­er­hood Report feeds at the bot­tom of the front page of this site.)

When­ev­er the Broth­er­hood can present itself as the vic­tims of fas­cists like the EDL, Swe­den Democ­rats [5], Breivik and their ilk, it is a huge ide­o­log­i­cal and tac­ti­cal vic­to­ry for them, fur­ther­ing their insid­i­ous Islam­o­fas­cist agen­da.

Too bad that those who grav­i­tate to the EDL, SD’s etc. are too God­damn stu­pid [6] and/or venal and/or insane to fig­ure this out.

“UK Group Admits Links with Nor­way Killer”  [PTI]; Dai­ly News and Analy­sis; 7/26/2011. [7]

EXCERPT: After ini­tial denial, the far-right Eng­lish Defence League (EDL) has admit­ted that Nor­we­gian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik had links to the group.

Breivik report­ed­ly met lead­ers of the EDL in March last year when he came to Lon­don for the vis­it of Geert Wilders, the Dutch right-wing politi­cian.

Daryl Hob­son, who organ­is­es EDL demon­stra­tions, said Breivik had met mem­bers of the group.

Hob­son said in an online post­ing: “He had about 150 EDL on his list ... bar one or two doubt the rest of us ever met him, altho [sic] he did come over for one of our demo [sic] in 2010 ... but what he did was wrong. RIP to all who died as a result of his actions.”

Anoth­er senior mem­ber of the EDL said Breivik had been in reg­u­lar con­tact with its mem­bers via Face­book, and had a “hyp­not­ic” effect on them, the Dai­ly Tele­graph report­ed today.

Scot­land Yard was inves­ti­gat­ing Breivik’s claims that he began his dead­ly “cru­sade” after being recruit­ed to a secret soci­ety in Lon­don, and that he was guid­ed by an Eng­lish “men­tor.” . . .