More Norway Terrorist Info O'Reilly Ignored
By: Steve - July 27, 2011 - 9:00am

There is a ton of evidence that Anders Behring Breivik was a right-wing Christian, and yet, O'Reilly still ignores it because he is a right-wing Christian too, and he does not like the Norway terrorist being called a right-wing Christian terrorist, even though all the evidence shows that he is exactly that.

O'Reilly has ignored all this:

Anders Behring Breivik, the main suspect held by police in Norway, left a long trail of online comments, a YouTube video, and a manifesto outlining his political beliefs. The New York Times reports, Breivik endeavored to find common cause with xenophobic right-wing groups around the world, particularly in the United States and his manifesto quoted extensively from the anti-Islam writings of American bloggers.

In his manifesto, Breivik cites an assortment of right-wing figures, but a troubling theme is evident in the 1,500 page document. Breivik was directly influenced by the same group of American anti-Muslim activists that have gained a powerful following in the conservative movement in America in recent years.

Many of the leading Muslim haters in America who inspired Breivik have also been responsible for a rising tide of hate campaigns, from the so-called Ground Zero Mosque hysteria to a disturbing trend of demonstrations against Muslim Americans across the country.

-- Breivik cites neoconservative Muslim hater Frank Gaffney on opposition to Turkey joining the EU, and reprints a post from Gaffney's think tank, the Center for Security Policy.

-- Breivik cites the right-wing blogger Pamella Geller several times in his manifesto, and even reprints articles praising her.

-- Breivik posts a 45-minute interview with Brigitte Gabriel, a leading organizer of grassroots anti-Muslim activism:

Gabriel is the author of several anti-Muslim books, is the founder of ACT For America, a group Gabriel created to engineer a permanent activism base for efforts to scapegoat Muslim Americans. Her group has collaborated with Tea Party groups, and mobilized a hate rally in Orange County earlier this year. Gabriel also confessed that she regularly advises Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Peter King (R-NY).

-- Breivik extensively quotes Robert Spencer, a leading anti-Muslim writer sponsored by David Horowitz.

-- Breivik linked ten times to video clips for the movie Obsession, a documentary created by a secretive group called the Clarion Fund:

In 2008, a mysterious organization called the Clarion Fund mailed the documentary Obsession to 28 million households in swing states leading up to the election. The movie argues that Muslims are waging a war against America, and will stop at nothing to destroy western civilization. Clarion has subsequently produced more films, which are distributed and publicized widely by Geller, Gabriel, Spencer and other leading anti-Muslim activists. The group is chaired by a number of prominent Islamophobes, including Gaffney and Daniel Pipes.

Notice that the great (haha) journalist (not) Bill O'Reilly has not reported any of that news, instead he just runs around screaming that there is no evidence Breivik is a right-wing Muslim hating Christian, when there is tons of evidence he is, O'Reilly just ignores it and spins out his propaganda on the issue.

And btw, most of the people Breivik has quoted are friends of Bill O'Reilly, and have been on his show many times, especially Congressman Peter King, Frank Gaffney and Pam Geller, who O'Reilly agrees with on their Muslim views.

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