Anders Behring Breivik
 is a Zionist and self-described cultural conservative[I]:1162 who killed 77 of his fellow Norwegians on 22 July 2011 by means of a bomb in Oslo, followed by a shooting spree on the island of Utøya. In his "2083: A European Declaration of Independence", Anders called Zionists his brothers and urged people to fight against "all anti-Zionists, against all cultural Marxists/mutliculturalists."[I]:1162 Anders regarded Adolf Hitler as "the great Satan", because in his view, Adolf committed a "horrible crime against his tribe" by spurning and wasting an opportunity "to liberate Jerusalem and the nearby provinces from Islamic occupation" and then give "the Jews back their ancestral lands."[I]:1161 and 1162 What Anders then would have wanted is for the Jews to be deported from Germany and live there, which he thinks they wouldn't have liked at first, but would have grown to like.[I]:1162 Anders says he was kicked out of the site Stormfront and another forum, which he describes as National Socialist forums, for trying to persuade people to be Zionists. Anders wants all Muslims expelled from Israel. In his view, the conservative Jews are his allies, but the multiculturalist Jews are not, because he thinks they pose "as much of a threat to Israel and Zionism" as they do to people like him.[I]:1162 He urges people to not ever "target a Jew because he is a Jew".[I]:1163 On 9 June 2017, Anders's lawyer Øystein Storrvik confirmed that Anders had changed his name to Fjotolf Hansen.Anders Behring Breivik (13 February 1979)
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