Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Norwegian Slaughter, Norwegian Madman

A few days ago a nut went crazy and killed over 90 people mostly innocent kids. In his interview with the Norwegian police he mentioned being in contact with the A.O.T.K. as the founder of this Order prior to my retirement the AOTK has no involvement with this madman nor have I ever heard of him before his insanity, a Templar is a Knight of Honor and would never support such an act no matter the cause. Forget Jerusalem 900 years ago, it was a different time and different era and a different breed of men. Just know this we of the AOTK had NOTHING to do with the slaughter committed by Anders Breivik, as I am sure that the Free Masons and even the original members including me of the EDL will disclaim this madman’s actions as those of his own insanity.

James von Braun, GM (R) AOTK

Repost of the Telegraphs article:

Norway shooting: British police investigating Knights Templar right wing radicals

British police are investigating a cell of right wing radicals known as the Knights Templar, as it emerged that a blogger using the name Lionheart had called for a revival of the movement.

By Duncan Gardham, John-Paul Ford Rojas
9:30PM BST 25 Jul 2011

In his 1,500-page 'manifesto’, Anders Behring Breivik described attending the founding meeting of the Knights Templar in London in 2002 and wrote that his “assigned mentor” was “referred to as Richard (the Lionhearted).”
He said he had a “relatively close relationship” with the Englishman, who first described the concept of the “perfect knight”.

A blog was discovered by The Daily Telegraph written by an individual called the Lionheart, who has written about “Moslem’s soldiers ... seeking to conquer our lands and take our civilized world back into the 'Dark Ages’”. He writes that “God will revive the ancient order of the Knights Templar and count me worthy to die amongst them in service of my God in protection of the Christian and Jewish world”.
The blogger’s real name is Paul Ray, from Bedfordshire, who described himself as one of the “founding fathers” of the right-wing English Defence League. Mr. Ray was arrested three years ago on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred with material on his blog.

The Lionheart closed his blog on Thursday, but reopened it on Sunday to post: “A crackpot killing innocent Norwegian children in the name of anti-government politics. The extreme far-right of the political spectrum that has no place in modern civilized society.”

By Duncan Gardham, John-Paul Ford Rojas
9:30PM BST 25 Jul 2011

In his 1,500-page "manifesto", Anders Behring Breivik described attending the founding meeting of the Knights Templar in London in 2002 and wrote that his “assigned mentor” was “referred to as Richard (the Lionhearted).”
He said he had a “relatively close relationship” with the Englishman, who first described the concept of the “perfect knight”.
Referring to the right-wing British group the English Defence League, Breivik added: “I wonder sometimes if one of the EDL founders was one of the co-founders of [the Knights Templar], I guess I’ll never know for sure.”

A blog seen by The Daily Telegraph has been written by an individual called 'Lionheart', who has said: “Moslem’s soldiers ... seeking to conquer our lands and take our civilized world back into the Dark Ages”.
He wrote that “God will revive the ancient order of the Knights Templar and count me worthy to die amongst them in service of my God in protection of the Christian and Jewish world”.

The blogger’s real name is Paul Ray, from Bedfordshire, who described himself as one of the “founding fathers” of the right-wing English Defence League. Mr. Ray was arrested three years ago on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred with material on his blog.

Lionheart closed his blog on Thursday, but reopened it on Sunday to post: “A crackpot killing innocent Norwegian children in the name of anti-government politics. The extreme far-right of the political spectrum that has no place in modern civilized society.”

Mr. Ray did not initially respond to an email request for comment but asked later if he had been in touch with Breivik, he told the internet magazine Vice: “No. Not at all. Not that I know of, anyway.”

But he added: “It’s bad isn’t it? Look at what he’s been saying, and then look at what I’ve been portraying. Don’t look good, does it? My friends have been reading the manifesto and a lot of the things that we’re involved in and promoting are in there.

“It apparently says in his manifesto that he has an English mentor called Richard. People are thinking that might be a code word for Richard Lionheart. Who else is there called 'Lionheart' who’s writing about anti-jihad, Muslims and Templar iconography? It blatantly looks like it’s me!”

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