2011 Norway attacks
|Date||22 July 2011 15:25 - 22 July 2011 18:34|
|Location||Oslo, Utøya, Norway|
|Planners||supranational deep state?|
|Blamed on||Anders Breivik|
|Description||A car bomb in Oslo and subsequent mass shooting at a summer camp in Norway on 22 July 2011, claiming a total of 77 lives.|
Four days in advance, and also the same Friday that the attacks were carried out, a trained police special unit carried out a terror attack exercise that corresponded almost exactly to the situation that hours later met the 22 police officers in the emergency squad on Utøya.
Eskil Pedersen, the leader of the Workers' Youth League though it was the police intelligence service (PST) executing a coup d'etat. He said this as an explanation for his actions on the day, where, very soon after the shooting erupted, Pedersen, along with his political aide, sought refuge on the ferry MS Thorbjørn, and along with seven other people decided to make their escape from the island.
Pedersen later stated that while being at the Hønefoss police headquarters he feared a coup d'etat had taken place, and that he could not trust any member of the police. In an interview with TV2 he stated: "I thought the entire country was under attack […] if we docked anywhere we would be killed." The author Kjartan Fløgstad commented: "Was the though of a coup really such a close thought for the the leader of the youth wing of the state-carrying and governing party? What did this tell about the confidence in the secret services? How could the leader of PST live with this dark shadow of suspicioun hanging over her? How could the state power do so?"
The Official Culprit
|Anders Breivik||Convicted of planting the bomb that killed 8 people in central Oslo, Norway, followed by the shooting to death of 66 teenagers on a nearby camping island on 22 July 2011|
- https://web.archive.org/web/20120617154245/http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks/Trente-pa-Utoya-scenario-22-juli-6285004.html saved at Archive.is
- https://canspeccy.blogspot.com/2011/08/utoya-norway-breivic-atrocites-police.html saved at Archive.org
- Kjartan Fløgstad, Nordaustpassasjen, page 59