It is believed the document titled “2083: A European Declaration of Independence” by Andrew Berwick is the manifesto of Norwegian shooter, Anders Behring Breivik.
Based on this document …
It is claimed by some that Breivik is a “Christian fundamentalist”.
On page 1307 he writes:
If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God then you are a religious Christian. Myself and many more like me do not necessarily have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God. We do however believe in Christianity as a cultural, social, identity and moral platform. This makes us Christian.
Despite the “conclusion” presented, the above statement establishes that he’s not any sort of Christian.
If one doesn’t have a “personal relationship” with Jesus or God, on what basis can one be a “Christian”?
In any case he’s not a “fundamentalist” Christian.
He does not support separation of Church and State
It is claimed by some that he’s a free market proponent.
He’s in fact a proponent of the Welfare State.
We believe in cultural monoculturalism and to a large degree
ethnocentrism because we know that is the only proven way of preserving social cohesion levels is required to facilitate a welfare state. Without social cohesion, no welfare state.
… The reason there is not a decent welfare system in the US is because of lack of social cohesion.
…. we should attempt to follow the Scandinavian welfare
model to a certain degree to ensure a solid welfare program to all European citizens.
Pure Laissez-faire capitalism is a globalist concept (no government intervention) and has several drawbacks. Many economical protective measures must be in place securing the economical sustainability of our cultural conservative economic zone (European Federation).
I was quite bombastic about the issue when I was younger, very pro laissez-fair capitalism, but not anymore. There are so many flaws with the capitalistic system and it has to be regulated to a certain degree. Globalist corporations should be disallowed to lobby for free flow of human capital (removal of borders, mass immigration etc).
I believe in a free market limited to a European economic bloc that will be geographically limited to Europe (with Russia), Northern America and Australia.
I note that he’s strongly pro Russia
A cultural conservative “European Federation” will be born … I believe Russia will be an essential partner in this future process as the first country breaking out will rely heavily on Russia.
Russia (Their partnership, friendship and support is essential).
One of his key advocacies is the achievement of “monoculture” and racial improvement