Anders Behring Breivik
|Anders Behring Breivik|
13 February 1979|
|Known for||2083, Utøya massacre|
When other Western Europeans see one person defy Political Correctness and survive – and you still can, for now – they are emboldened. They are tempted to defy it, too, and some do. The ripples from a single act of defiance, of one instance of walking up to the clay idol and breaking off its nose, can range far. There is nothing the Politically Correct fear more than open defiance, and for good reason; it is their chief vulnerability. That should lead cultural conservatives to defy cultural Marxism at every turn.
On 22 July 2011, he killed 66 people at a Norwegian Workers' Youth League party on the island of Utøya. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison, the maximum penalty in Norway.
In 2016, a court ruled that the conditions in which he was being kept were inhuman.