right wing nutcase kills 80 children

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Free Thinker, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. i guess they have gun nuts everywhere. they are calling him the tim mcveigh of norway.

    (AP) Anders Behring Breivik (32) who has been arrested for the bomb in the city center, and mass killing, has lived in Oslo's West End in his life, before he announced relocation of Hedmark for a month.
    VG has received confirmation from several independent sources that it was Anders Behring Breivik, who was arrested by armed police after the mass killings of Utøya Friday.

    From what VG has reported Breivik is unknown to the police before.

    In online debates marks Anders Behring Breivik as well read, and one with strong opinions about Norwegian politics. He promotes a very conservative opinions,

    He expresses himself strongly opposed to multiculturalism - that cultural differences can live together in a community.

    In one of the posts he states that politics today no longer revolves around socialism against capitalism, but that the fight is between nationalism and internationalism. He expressed clear support for the nationalist mindset.
  2. Max E.

    Max E.

    It is very tragic that your life has taken you to the point that you see the mass murder of 80 chilrdren, and feel the need to use it as a chance to demonise people who disagree with you politically. You must lead an incredibly sad, and pathetic life. :(
  3. we have to learn from history. words have meaning so when people like your right wing hatemonger friends promote violence it sometimes has an effect. its only a matter of time before some right wing gun nut in the usa goes off again.
  4. Max E.

    Max E.

    Please feel free to provide me with quotes of main stream "Right wing Hatemongers" promoting violence.
  5. why do they have to be mainstream? all it takes is one person with easy acess to guns. was tim mcveigh mainstream?
  6. Max E.

    Max E.

    In other words you can not find a single quote that has promoted violence.

    This is the only thing you have said all day that is true. It is too bad that Liberals like Jared Loughner, and Nidal Husan were able to find guns before they went on murderous rampages. :(
  7. It's very unfortunate. However Norweigan gun control is fairly strict. Other nations which have far more liberal gun policies, like Switzerland, who passes out guns and ammo to all able bodied adult males and requires them come to shooting practices twice a year, does not have such issues. So that illustrates that guns are not really the problem.

    Cars kill far more people than guns per year, I suppose we should ban cars too?

    Also, Timothy McVeigh did not use guns in his crime, so that's not really relevant.
  8. 5 Billion People Die Everyday From High Inflation

    3 billion people survive on $2 per day.

    People cannot buy expensive medicines, good housing, good food and water because of high inflation. So 5 billion people die everyday because of high inflation.

    World War 2 was direct result of high inflation. I think 2 billion people must have died in past 90 years due to inflation because people cannot buy medicines, food and house and wars.

    That comes to 60,600 people killed everyday by high inflation in past 90 years.

    When people have to think 10 times or 100 times before buying expensive medicines, good house or home, good food, these people die everyday or suffer everyday because of high inflation.

    This is what I mean by "5 billion people die everyday because of high inflation". I am not talking about ultimate death.

    Yesterday somebody killed 95 people in Norway. What about 2 billion people killed in past 90 years because of high inflation thanks to world leaders?
  9. Ricter


    Weak defense by association, and you know it. You argued yourself that Loughner was simply crazy, while people were trying to call him right-wing (he did, after all, stalk and shoot a prominent democrat).
  10. Lucrum


    Gun nuts? McVeigh AND this guy used a BOMB dumb ass.
    #10     Jul 23, 2011