Pat Buchanan wants you to know that although Anders Behring Breivik, the terrorist that massacred 76 teens and that blew up a government building in Oslo, Norway, is an evil, cold-blooded, calculating killer, he “may be right.”
Buchanan understands that Breivik is insane… No,no…”EVIL” but he apparently respects the man’s intellect referring to him as a “deluded man of some intelligence, who in his 1,500-page manifesto reveals a knowledge of the history, culture and politics of Europe.”
Beelzebub is likely good at history too. Culture and politics? That’s debatable.
Anyhow, this future resident of the fiery underworld seemed to strike a chord with Buchanan:
He admits to his “atrocious” but “necessary” crimes, done, he says, to bring attention to his ideas and advance his cause: a Crusader’s war between the real Europe and the “cultural Marxists” and Muslims they invited in to alter the ethnic character and swamp the culture of the Old Continent.
It’s somewhat difficult to discern where demon boy ends a thought and Breivik begins, am I right?
Nevertheless, Buchanan understands where Breivik is coming from:
With her native-born populations aging, shrinking and dying, Europe’s nations have not discovered how to maintain their prosperity without immigrants. Yet the immigrants who have come – from the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia – have been slow to learn the language and have failed to attain the educational and occupational levels of Europeans. And the welfare states of Europe are breaking under the burden.
Well one thing we do know is that Europeans have discovered ways of using the native-born populations of other countries and to maintain their European prosperity as immigrants. So, you know, if Europeans can emigrate all over the place, then non-Europeans can immigrate all over Europe (double-entendre intended!).
And as for education levels, what do you expect when purely business interests (be it on a private or public level) invest in third world countries. Why would they educate their unskilled labor? So their labor force learns to read their “contracts” and finds out they’ve contracted slavorrea?
But in case you were wondering how Buchanan really felt, here was his closing line:
As for a climactic conflict between a once-Christian West and an Islamic world that is growing in numbers and advancing inexorably into Europe for the third time in 14 centuries, on this one, Breivik may be right.
Well, I guess if you tend to agree with evil, cold-blooded, calculating killers then, yeah, maybe that intolerant demon spawn is right.