(reposted from G+ comment)
The "fundamentalist Christian" claim is just
simply not supported by Anders Breivik's own writings. "As a non-religious person,
but still one that acknowledges and respects the impact of
Judeo-Christian thinking on Western culture, [...]"
actively indicates he does not practice religion, and writes essays
complaining about "evangelist, fundamentalist churches"
~600 pages is devoted to alternately describing how Muslims are awful
because of the nasty things they did to medieval Christians, and lauding
medieval Christians for anti-Muslim violence, and Crusading against
What Breivik does not do is claim any sort of
Biblical or holy justification, or indicate that some higher power is
guiding his hand or thinking. He never feels nor says he is acting as a Christian -- just the opposite, in fact.
seems like standard "race war" agitprop, that attempts to draw from
history examples of glory for, and crimes against, white people.
Historically speaking that means Christians and Jews (which he does
Yuck. I just feel nasty, having waded through that white supremacist crap.