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Manifesto attributed to Norway attack suspect criticises Cowen, McCreevy

Manifesto outlining plans to protect Europe against “the Muslim majority” criticises Irish politicians for promoting the Lisbon Treaty.

A MANIFESTO PUBLISHED online and attributed to the man who is suspected of the deadly attacks which killed at least 93 people in Norway on Friday criticises Irish politicians for their promotion of the Lisbon Treaty.

Apparently penned by Andrew Berwick, thought to be an Anglicised version of Anders Behring Breivik.

The 32-year-old has been charged with terrorism offences relating to the attacks and his lawyer said today that Breivik had admitted responsibility for them, but that he denies breaking the law.

The manifesto, marked as being written in London this year, outlines plans to defend Europe against Muslim domination and calls for a Christian war. It also claims that “falsified information about the Crusades” was being taught in schools and misrepresenting what the author believes was a “defensive campaign not offensive”.

It criticises efforts to promote multicultural integration in Europe:

Multiculturalism is a tool of Islam; it is a disastrous ideology of false “nice” that is used to stifle critical thought and open debate… Multiculturalism must be destroyed.

The 1,500-page paper singles out former Taoiseach Brian Cowen and minister and EU Commissioner Charlie McCreevy for mention. The author criticises their admissions that they had not read the Lisbon Treaty in full, but were encouraging the Irish public to vote ‘yes’.

He also criticises the repeat referendums in Ireland for both the Nice and Lisbon Treaties.

The paper outlines political groups across most of the EU member states as well as criminal activity and national intelligence agencies, such as the Special Detective Unit of the gardaí.

It also outlines which of the EU’s member states are “priority” targets for attack due to their higher percentages of Muslims. Ireland is marked as a “low” priority target, while France, Germany and the UK are considered “very high”.

It estimates how many “battle-ready patriots” are available in some of the 27 member states and outlines plans for a Christian war to defend Europe against Muslim domination.

The author also calls the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Willimas, a “traitorous, evil man” for his comments about Christianity’s history of violence and approaches to Muslim leaders for conciliation between the two communities.

The manifesto is signed:

Sincere and patriotic regards,
Andrew Berwick, London, England – 2011Justiciar Knight Commander for Knights Templar Europe and one of several leaders of the National and pan-European Patriotic Resistance Movement

With the assistance from brothers and sisters in England, France, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Italy, Spain, Finland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, the US etc.

The paper also includes several images of Breivik, including one of him dressed in subaqua gear, carrying a gun and wearing a badge saying “Multicultuti [sic] traitor hunting permit”.

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