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Norway Massacre Suspect's Political Rantings Found Online

Anders Behring Breivik, the 32-year-old Norwegian suspected of slaughtering more than 90 people in bombing and shooting attacks on innocent people last Friday, posted pages of right-wing rants to the Internet before his arrest.

The documents were first posted on (currently offline), which is apparently a meeting place for extreme right-wingers, according to thinq_

The ramblings date back to October 2010 and blame the idea of multi-culturalism and weaknesses in the European political system for what the writer perceives as society's current woes.

According to statements attributed to Breivikan, infiltration of 'Marxists' into positions of influence, such as roles as teachers or university professors, has led to the idea that, "in particular [in] Norway and Sweden [...] the extreme Marxist attitudes have become acceptable/everyday while the old-established truths of patriotism and cultural conservatism today is branded as extremism (of kulturmarxister and humanists). Anti-nationalist attitudes have unfortunately not only become mainstream but is now required as a basis attitudes to be able to climb in PK hierarchies."