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Norway Killer leaves Manifesto on Spain

Mon 25th Jul 2011

The perpetrator of the weekend's massacre in Norway, Anders Breivik, released a manifesto detailing his beliefs just moments before going on a rampage which cost 93 people, most of them children, their lives.

The manifesto, titled ‘2083: A European Declaration of Independence', singles out Spain, and in particular Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero for "surrendering to the Muslims" and for "having achieved power thanks to Al-Qaeda." Spain's current PM was elected in 2004 following the Madrid subway bombing, linked to Islamist terror. Following the atrocity and his subsequent election, Zapatero pulled Spain's military out of Iraq.

The 32 year old Breivik went on to accuse Spain of having "forgotten its past" following the Moorish occupation which ended in the expulsion of Muslim power in 1492. Breivik compared Rodriguez Zapatero to a "weasel," while also calling into question his policies over the last two years. He continues, saying how Zapatero has "surrendered Spain to the Muslims and massive immigration," and has effectively put out the welcome mat to migrants from Africa and Asia.

However, Zapatero is not alone in being singled out for criticism : He notably describes Defense Minister Carmen Chacón as a "pregnant woman", and that Spain's military "has no intention of defending itself" from the Muslims.

Breivik also reviewed the various Independence movements in Spain, Including ETA, describing them as being "Fragmented", and hinted that they would be "reviewed" once his "Followers" had taken control after his actions.

The document ran to over 1'500 pages and specifically mentioned Spain and Spanish politics almost 100 times, whilst Israel or the Jewish religion attracted much more attention with almost 700 combined mentions.

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