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    Breivik and Templar Myths

    New health warning on Templar myths


    Our Dan Brown-tinged era has put a kind of “full-employment act” in place for spinners of Templar myths. Some of these entrepreneurs cater to the desire for escapism and fantasy (which, given the state of the world at the moment, is perhaps understandable). Much of it is less benign, from the dozens of murders and suicides connected with the so-called Order of the Solar Temple in the 1990s, to the ruthless Caballeros Templarios drug gang in Mexico that split off from the equally fearsome La Familia cartel. The latter has produced a 22-page “Templar code” for its criminal members, including a pledge not to use or sell narcotics on Mexican territory. How chivalrous.
    What is it about the Templar myth that seems to beguile both the general public as well as those who are unhinged or engaged in nefarious activities? With the horrific bombing and shootings in Norway on July 22nd, that question has taken on greater urgency — though the world’s media are having difficulty making sense of it.
    Perhaps you’ve seen the photos above and below: confessed murderer Anders Behring Breivik in his self-designed “Templar” military uniform, with the flair of a third-world generalissimo (NB the uniform appears to be based on that of the US Marine Corps); and in full evening dress as a Master Mason of the Norwegian Order of Freemasons. The curiosities in these pictures include an Idi Amin-like jumble of self-awarded medals on the former, and the odd presence of a pen in his breast pocket on the latter — sort of like an old-fashioned primary schoolmaster. Perhaps one commentator is right: the man has above-average intelligence but below-average sanity, his mind awash with a hodge-podge of influences.
    Admittedly, it’s not easy to make sense of Breivik: a bogus Templar; until recently a genuine Freemason (he was expelled immediately following his capture); a member of the Church of Norway who advocated reunion with Rome; an agnostic (as he himself has written); a self-proclaimed defender of European civilization against Islamism; a child of privilege who proudly states (accurately or not) that he was the most notable hip-hopper and graffiti artist of his teenage generation in Oslo… Not to mention his rambling blogs about the threat of pollution from venereal disease (rather Dr. Strangelovian?), combined with his stated plan to treat himself to the ministrations of a prostitute prior to his attack. The reputable Atlantic has written “Whatever the case, he may be the only Freemason, Rome-leaning, Protestant fundamentalist in the world.” That not entirely correct statement shows how far we still have to go in coming to grips with all this.
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    His attire is clearly based upon the USMC dress uniform. After reading this article I sort take away the impression that Breivik is a bit of a egotistical role-player, one whose delusions unhinged his mind and caused him to act out his fantasies via a murderous rampage. I wonder if he even knows how to properly organize a salad bar (the cluster of campaign ribbons and medals)? There's a rather strict protocol that defines how they're supposed to be displayed on a military dress uniform.
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    Without doubt, as I said, he is crazy, but still he serves Zionism. He was a freemason.
    Es ésta nuestra finalidad, nuestro gran ideal. Caminamos para la civilización católica que podrá nacer de los escombros del mundo de hoy, como de los escombros del mundo romano nació la civilización medieval. Caminamos para la conquista de este ideal, con el coraje, la perseverancia, la resolución de enfrentar y vencer todos los obstáculos, con que los Cruzados marcharon sobre Jerusalén. Porque si nuestros mayores supieron morir para reconquistar el Sepulcro de Cristo, ¿cómo no vamos a querer nosotros —hijos de la Iglesia como ellos— luchar y morir para restaurar algo que vale infinitamente más que el preciosísimo Sepulcro del Salvador, es decir, su reinado sobre las almas y sobre la sociedad, que Él creó y salvó para amarlo eternamente?”.

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    Without doubt, as I said, he is crazy, but still he serves Zionism. He was a freemason.
    Uh-huh... And the connections betweem Zionism and masonry being just what exactly?
    "And, as we Catholics know, Western Civilization is Roman Civilization, first classical Roman Civilization, then Roman Catholic Civilization, as the Christians preserved and carried classical Roman Civilization to the world in a Christianized form. That is, after all, why we are described as Roman Catholics."

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    Uh-huh... And the connections betweem Zionism and masonry being just what exactly?
    I said this comment in two languages, the rest of the information about this topic is in spanish.
    Greetings from Uruguay.
    Es ésta nuestra finalidad, nuestro gran ideal. Caminamos para la civilización católica que podrá nacer de los escombros del mundo de hoy, como de los escombros del mundo romano nació la civilización medieval. Caminamos para la conquista de este ideal, con el coraje, la perseverancia, la resolución de enfrentar y vencer todos los obstáculos, con que los Cruzados marcharon sobre Jerusalén. Porque si nuestros mayores supieron morir para reconquistar el Sepulcro de Cristo, ¿cómo no vamos a querer nosotros —hijos de la Iglesia como ellos— luchar y morir para restaurar algo que vale infinitamente más que el preciosísimo Sepulcro del Salvador, es decir, su reinado sobre las almas y sobre la sociedad, que Él creó y salvó para amarlo eternamente?”.

    Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira.

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