Breivik: I had tried all peaceful means. I have personally found that this was futile

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    I am starting to understand Breivik, a man I once hated so much, I now would not torture or harm at all. people are just no different then chickens, perhaps worse, and I agree with him on that. there are reasons I myself moved away from all of them:

    "I had tried all peaceful means. I have personally found that this was futile. I tried to engage myself politically ... write essays and get through to the editors. ... Then there was only one possibility, that was violence," Breivik said.

    Asked if he considered his terror attacks to be cowardly, Breivik said it would probably have been "most honorable" to challenge Norway's military to a duel.

    "But when you are up against a massive strength, one is forced to do asymmetric warfare, and the only thing you have then is the element of surprise," he said.
    Norway's Breivik gives chilling account of gun massacre - CNN.com
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - lock `im up an' throw away the key...
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    Isolation didn't violate mass murderer Anders Breivik's human rights, Norway's top court rules
    Friday 9th June, 2017 — Norway’s top court has rejected an appeal by mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, saying the country didn’t violate his human rights by isolating him in jail.
     

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