Norway's "right-wing" mass-murderer says he was inspired by al Qaeda
OSLO — The gunman behind the Norway massacres said he was inspired by al-Qaida as he took the stand Tuesday at his trial, after a judge who called for him to face the death penalty was dismissed. [...]It doesn't take a genius to figure this vomit-inducing man is insane. What's he's basically implying is that he pulled the crime to please the ummah, whether he realizes it or not. He should receive the death penalty, but in a country as corrupt as Norway, the chances may be zip.
Insisting "universal human rights" gave him the mandate to carry out his acts, he described himself as a "militant nationalist" and, using the pronoun 'we' to suggest he was part of a larger group, added: "We have drawn from al-Qaida and militant Islamists."
"You can see al-Qaida as the most successful militant group in the world," Breivik told the court during questioning on the second day of the trial.
Granted clearance earlier to address the court with a prepared text, Breivik described his killing of 77 people on July 22 last year as a "preventive" attack to avoid a European culture war with Muslims.
Update: The UK Telegraph (also via Jihad Watch) reports that Breivik's main source for forming his twisted viewpoint was:
The questioning resumes. What was the greatest influence on Breivik's ideology? What was the main source for his worldview? His answer is emphatic: "Wikipedia".There's really no value in Wikipedia if anyone can edit that crappy site, which we can assume even Breivik himself did.