Is Fjordman an Israeli Agent?
By Chris Bollyn,
BOYCOTT ISRAEL - Norway's foreign minister Jonas Gahr Støre got the message when he visited the AUF camp shortly before these young people were massacred by Anders Breivik. Although it is not at all uncommon to see such signs in Scandinavia, high-level politicians have met similar fates after calling for a European boycott of Israel. Were these young Norwegian political activists targeted for taking a stand against militant Zionism?
Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh called upon the European Union to sever ties with Israel in protest against Israeli practices in April 2002...
A well known supporter of Palestinians' human and political rights, Lindh was brutally murdered in Stockholm on 11 September 2003. I wrote an article entitled "The Strange Death of Anna Lindh" shortly after her murder.
- Fjordman, "Why Europeans Should Support Israel"
We demand that all financial support to the Palestinian Authority should cease immediately. It is proven beyond any doubt that this has in the past been used to finance campaigns of Jihad terrorism against Jews in Israel and against Christians in territories under PA control. A public statement in support of Israel against Muslim aggression should be issued, and the money that has previously been awarded to Palestinians should be allocated partly to Israel's defense, partly to establish a Global Infidel Defense Fund with the stated goal of disseminating information about Muslim persecution of non-Muslims worldwide.
- Fjordman a.k.a. Peder Jensen, "Native Revolt: A European Declaration of Independence"
Breivik cites Fjordman extensively in his manifesto. The Norwegian mass murderer and terrorist also named Fjordman as his favourite author with similar views. One idea of Fjordman’s that Breivik quoted was that Christians should meet “Islamization” by arming themselves. One of Fjordman's articles, titled “Native Revolt: A European Declaration of Independence,” states that if the demands of the anti-Islamic movement are not met, they would “have no choice but to realize that our leaders have betrayed us” and that they will “take the necessary steps in order to protect our own security and national survival.” This is Breivik's basic rationale for his murderous actions on July 22.
On August 5, the Norwegian media revealed the identity of Fjordman, the rabid anti-Islamic blogger who is said to have inspired the terror atrocity of 22 July 2011. Fjordman was named as Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen, from Ålesund on Norway's west coast. What kind of Norwegian could harbor such animosity for his fellow Norwegians? Would Jensen get off so lightly calling for war against any other religious group? What would happen if Jensen had called for the expulsion of Jews and the destruction of their synagogues, as he and his ilk do against the Muslims? Why are Zionist extremists like Jensen not prosecuted for their anti-Muslim hate speech?
Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen, a.k.a. Fjordman, has gone into hiding.
Steinar Nøstvold Jensen, Peder's father, was active in Norway's communist party.
In early 2002, Jensen went to Palestine and took a position with the Temporary International Presence in Hebron, which I find very suspicious. This international observer mission in Hebron, which communicates with the Israeli army, is supposed to monitor the situation in the Israeli-occupied town on the West Bank. Jensen, who says that he turned against Islam after 9/11, remained in this position in Hebron until mid-2003. Why would a person who is strongly opposed to Islam want to serve as a monitor in an Israeli-occupied Islamic city? Was there another reason for Jensen to be in Israeli occupied territory? Was he recruited by Israeli intelligence during his stay in Israel? There is obviously some very important information missing from Peder Jensen's biography.
Hebron, the burial site of Abraham...
is today a place of strife between Jewish settlers and the native Palestinians.
Øyvind Strømmen, a leading investigator of the far right in Norway, said that Peder Jensen “is responsible for spreading an ideology where violence is a natural, logical conclusion of his reasoning.” Now that Norway has tasted the bitter fruit of Jensen's hateful ideology, will this Zionist agent be charged with inciting hatred?
Sources and Recommended Reading:
‘Fjordman’ raises anonymity issues, Views and News from Norway, 8 August 2011