Mon Jun 5th, 2023 at 11:20:38 AM EST
I'm seething mad! See below ...
US Navy On Patrol South China Sea
Securing our borders and guaranteeing no more unprovoked attacks on our neighbours in the region.
Pentagon releases video of incident
Delegation Arab States Visit Xinjiang Uygur Region
Crazy Talk by Jens @NATO
Linking Utøya extremist rightwing attack with Putin is a call of desperation, beyond stupidity ... disinformation at its worst.
Designing his attacks as a "marketing operation," the perpetrator, a 32-year-old white supremacist named Anders Behring Breivik, also released a 1,518-page manifesto, which laid out his motivations and preparation.1 The target of his vitriol was the Norwegian liberal class. "The biggest threat to Europe is the cultural Marxist/multiculturalist political doctrine of `extreme egalitarian emotionalism,'" he wrote. "The Islamisation of Europe is merely a `secondary infection'. Western Europe has grown weak and decadent and will be completely annihilated culturally unless we succeed to implement a second European renaissance and reverse the damage done."
Norway PM Jonas Gahr Støre commemorate victims of Utøya terrorist attacks by a white supremacist
In a tribute to the victims and survivors of the 22 July 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised the resilience of the Norwegian people and the strength of democracy on Wednesday 31 May 2023.
“Our democratic values prevailed” and “terrorism failed,”the Secretary General said. “There is a line between Utøya and Ukraine,” he said, “between a brutal act of terrorism and an illegal war of aggression.” The values of democracy, freedom, and diversity of thought, opinion and belief, which were attacked then are the ones attacked now, the Secretary General stressed. “We will not let authoritarian states break down the rules-based international order. We will support Ukraine for as long as it takes. And we will not let terrorists crush our free and open societies. We will stand united to protect our values and our people,” he added.
Mr. Stoltenberg was Prime Minister during the deadly terrorist attacks, which killed 77 people at government headquarters in Oslo and at a Labour youth camp on the island of Utøya on 22 July 2011.
Prime Minister of Norway Jonas Gahr Størex, the leader of the support group for the victims, Lisbeth Røneland, and NATO Foreign Ministers attended the ceremony.
The event preceded an informal meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers and invitee Sweden which will take place on Thursday (1 June). The meeting will address key issues to help prepare for the Vilnius Summit on 11-12 July, including NATO’s enduring support for Ukraine.
Breivik's Long Shadow? The Impact of the July 22, 2011 Attacks
on the Modus Operandi of Extreme-right Lone Actor Terrorists | Perspectives on Terrorism | Leiden Univ. |
The Christchurch Attack Report: Key Takeaways on Tarrant's Radicalization and Attack Planning | ICCT - The Hague |
UN Charter, Sovereignty, borders ... living in peace with neighbours