Norway Terror Attack – 4 simple questions about the Utoya Island psyop in Norway
It's STUNNING that most of the world has been
completely fooled by the Norway terror attack
that occurred last year.
Last week kicked off the media circus about
Norway's most famous terrorist – Anders Behring.
We are once again fooled into thinking that the
world is swimming with dangerous, psychotic people
willing to mow down hundreds of total strangers
for no apparent reason.
I don't believe this terror story for a single second.
It is obviously scare mongering. And I refuse to
buy into this psychological operation on my mind.
With that said, I got an email from the
most critical thinker in Sweden
(his name is Jens)…
… He asks us to ponder these
4 simple questions to think about the
next time the media pushes
this terror nonsense down our throats:
1. How could Anders Behring
carry enough ammunition to
kill and injure 102 people on the island?
According to early reports, the "shooter"
ran around and shot wildly at people
on the island and at people
swimming away from the island.
(Added consideration: as soon as a
bullet enters water, it loses almost
all of its momentum in a matter of a few inches.)
Reports tell us he shot everyone with
3 to 4 bullets each (to make sure each
victim was dead). Of course no one
is a perfect shot… so it's possible
it would have required a trunk of ammunition -
perhaps over 1,000 bullets to pull this off.
Really? That's sounds impossible to me.
2. How could one person with two guns and a
semi-automatic shoot 102 people that
were moving targets?
They were reportedly on a largely wooded island with
quite inaccessible terrain. The participants were all young,
able-bodied teens or in their 20s. They could
move quickly and/or hide from the shooter.
(Early reports indicated multiple shooters,
but that was quickly dropped from the
reports by the second day – the
"lone nutter" story was firmly established.)
3. How could one person keep
580 people locked down by himself?
The media reported he walked around the island and
was vulnerable to an ambush. His victims could have
easily grabbed long sticks, stones, trunks and
But there's more… allegedly Behring was able to
reload his guns at the very same time unscathed.
I've personally experienced a burglary. It was me and
six others. We were attacked in a smaller office by
four men with two shotguns and two batons.
They had trouble even to contain two of the guys that
were troublesome and while tying up the rest of us,
in a confined space…
… Yet we're told a story that just one man handled
580 people in a large area without being overrun
at some point? I don't think so.
4. Do you think the entire attack took just
Really? He killed 102 people on a remote island in
less than an hour? This sounds beyond impossible.
Bottom line: the statements said by Breivik
during the trial (once again) benefit the
These conclusions discredit anyone who
questions the so called "democratic system"
we live under.
Anders Behring claims Norway is a prison state and a
marxist socialist system (which is actually true
to a large extent).
The world's establishments are secretly ruled by a
Fabian socialist system for the masses,
while a small corporate fascist elite
rule from the top (from behind the scenes).
The real power is governed not by puppet leaders,
but rather under-the-radar NGOs
like the Royal Institute of International Affairs
and the United Nations.
Sympathizers of this psyop are going to be
branded as a Breivik-style extremist.
It goes to show that these kind of psyops
always have multiple purposes.
Anders Behring and his Norway terror attack is a
psychological operation on the mind of the masses.
Why would the establishment do this?
It's simple – because every single terror attack
throughout history… from Pearl Harbor to
World Wars to 9/11 are all given to us to
scare us into submission. And as a result,
we rely on our "leaders" to save us.
Unfortunately, those same leaders are merely puppets to the
puppetmasters who pull off these attacks in the first place.