Attacks in Norway

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
July 22, 2011
Debris After Bombing in Oslo

The United States condemns the despicable acts of violence in Oslo today. The United States has reached out to the Norwegian Government to express condolences and offer support. U.S. citizens who require assistance in Norway should contact the U.S. Embassy in Oslo at osloamcit@state.gov or +47 2130-8550 or +47 2244-8550.

President Barack Obama said, "...There has been a bombing in Oslo, Norway, as well as a shooting there. We don't have information yet, but I wanted to personally extend my condolences to the people of Norway. And it's a reminder that the entire international community has a stake in preventing this kind of terror from occurring. And so we have to work cooperatively together both on intelligence and in terms of prevention of these kinds of horrible attacks. I remember fondly my visit to Oslo and how warmly the people of Norway treated me. And so our hearts go out to them, and we'll provide any support we can to them as they investigate these occurrences."

In a press statement, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said, "The United States strongly condemns today's attacks in Oslo and Utoya Island. We stand with the people of Norway in this moment of sorrow and offer our deepest sympathies to the families and loved ones of those injured and killed. The United States condemns all forms of violence against the innocent, wherever it occurs. We will continue to work with the international community to combat violence that threatens peace-loving people everywhere. The United States will continue to consult closely with our Norwegian partners as the investigation unfolds. We remain ready to support the Norwegian Government as it seeks to bring the perpetrators of this violence to justice."

Go to travel.state.gov, norway.usembassy.gov, and @USEmbassyOslo for additional information on the situation in Norway.

Comments

Comments

blood83
July 24, 2011

W.W. writes:

This is clearly another example of the failure of western society and current politician who are not doing enough to prevent this kind of warfare attacks.

It s a sin to keep watching governamental corruption that care more about stock market,feeding pets, chinese business and indian partnerships.

This is the failure of a corrupted western society which invest in booze and make money on poors.

This is the failure of a corrupted western society that has the interest in keeping rich warren buffet and rupert murdoch even after it is proved it is all corrupted stock market included.

This is the failure of western society the failure of kings and queens and above all is the failure of democracy and liberty.

Faith in seeing current governors starving, fighting for a piece of bread caring to get food for their children and not for other people pets.

Faith in seeing current politician caring to survive and not caring for their share in a corrupted stock market.

Faith in seeing current corrupted administration falling as they leave falling their own citizen which are their own responsability.

It s the failure of a society Just be ashamed for what you are not doing.

Eric
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New Mexico, USA
July 24, 2011

Eric in New Mexico writes:

Terrorism knows no boundaries of color, creed, political persuasion, or sexual orientation. No borders contain it, no development assistance will serve to mitigate; the low spark of selfishness combined with the total lack of empathy involved in such a mindset's manifestations of horror.

It may not be possible to delve completely into the minds of madmen by those of us who have empathy for their victims, or to pre-empt the next event through such means.

It used to be a young man would sail to far horizons seeking his fame and fortune, but it appears that some would choose infamy as the perfered method of gaining attention to themselves.

This of course be no comfort to those who would live in peace with one's neighbors, nor to the survivors and families of the deceased.

Gun control isn't a perscription for a cure, for if any sane adult on the island had a weapon handy; this terrorist would have been put down like a rabid dog and prevented from shooting so many innocent kids, and I have little doubt someone present would have found their courage to do so if they'd had the means as his deception became apparent.

So rather than folks living in fear, it's best to be prepared when trouble comes to your homes or communities.

Maybe someday in a routine medical check-up, an individual will be tested for their level of empathy or lack of..in a psycological screening of some sort. So folks have some advance prognosis of carnage to come, and a means to prevent it.

But until then about all folks can do is be prepared, make sure terrorism is no longer organised , sponsored, or recieving material support of any kind, and destroy any safe haven such a mindset forms in whether that be vitual on-line or physicaly located.

This civilization of ours relies on our governments to serve and protect our communities, as well the community of nations in peaceful coexistance.

The reality however is that a lot of folks have abandoned the notion of "the citizen's arrest", and that comes when no one can terrorize anyone else without being stopped in their tracks by their immediate neighbor.

I don't know that there's another option at present, but we best find a solution to the phenomena.

Governments can seek to remove the Ghaddafi's of the world, sanction the billionare terrorist Mullah's of Iran till they go broke, condem ethical infants all day long for their proliferation of WMD's and support for terrorism, and those that coddle them in the UN, or seeking a "change in behavior" of a nuclear terrorist's threats through six party talks or other diplomacy, but we see in a long hot summer following the Arab spring, that until the people feel empowered to bring change, through "regime replacement therapy", only then will there be a chance for this young generation to seek fame and fortune while gazing on the horizon of tommorrow.

We've seen how bin laden's insanity was contagious, which was met with an equal and opposite reaction of rejection by true Muslims around the world.

The US has been at war for a decade and winning this means folks are going to have to deal with their own along side us, and take "all neccessary measures" without a caveat being placed on the word "all".

This may be a hard realization to reach for the more civilized among us, voices of non-violence who would ask "can't we talk about this", becoming victim while asking.

Ask not then what your country can do for you to achieve peace, ask what you expect of yourselves to live in peace.

EJ

Nancy
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California, USA
July 24, 2011

Nancy in California writes:

another screwed up male

palgye
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South Korea
July 24, 2011

Palgye in South Korea writes:

mourn to vitims.

and who? and why? means?

more,

japan,

have a take poll-i think.

andri
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Indonesia
July 24, 2011

Andri in Indonesia writes:

it is very sad to hear bomb at norway....

John P.
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Greece
July 24, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ W.W.

I think you are absolutely “off subject”.

What western society has to do with this?

What “western society” could do to prevent a lunatic, full of psychological problems, from doing what he did?

If I feel that I am an airplane and decide to fall from the 10th floor of a building attempting to fly with the power of my hands, no “society” can help me. I’m just a lunatic! That’s it. Simple!

When someone claims that he is a terrorist does not mean that he is not also a psycho.

When a man “dressed” in dynamite (a human bomb) decides to hit a restaurant in Jerusalem, the Metro station in Tokyo, Madrid, or London etc., killing hundreds of innocent people, automatically means that this “man” is crazy.

He is not a “victim” of our “western society”. Not an ideologist for sure.

If you insist to trace some “western lack” of doing our best to prevent crazy things, you can just attribute it to low budgeting of expanding psychotherapy research. (Chuckle)

John P.
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Greece
July 24, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ Eric in New Mexico

I probably agree with you, if I got it correctly…

May you explain this thought a bit more Eric?

“Gun control isn't a perscription for a cure, for if any sane adult on the island had a weapon handy; this terrorist would have been put down like a rabid dog and prevented from shooting so many innocent kids, and I have little doubt someone present would have found their courage to do so if they'd had the means as his deception became apparent.”

I remember a recent great post of yours in which you were referring in the “whys” Al-Qaida terrorists did not attempt to hit the South of U.S.A.

“Many 4X4, big mountains, people who love and fight for their freedom, guns &… roses”, right?

I think you are right! They would have no chance to get out of “there”.

Although Gun Control is a big debatable issue, concerning YES, or NO, you have a point bro!

20+ years ago, my best friend begun his University studies in Southern California (San Diego). He loved and married an American girl –Best Regards Lisa, wherever you are now- and due to financial reasons they transferred their credits to a KY University.

Many years ago, during an “Aegean island vacations overnight dinner-out/bourbon” discussion came up the question on whether “bar-fights” are/were worst in San Diego, or the South… You know why/how they use to start a fight in a “windsurf” bar in the bay area: No reason, plenty of muscles and much tequila. Just for fun… (LOL)

My friend told me that Kentucky was a paradise compared to the Bay Area (concerning "silly-fights").

You don’t start a fight in the South, unless you are sure that you can have the “job done”. Everybody carry a gun. That’s why you don’t start it so easily…

Eric
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New Mexico, USA
July 24, 2011

Eric in New Mexico writes:

@ John in Greece,

I define "gun control" as a matter of common sense excercised by the individual, like when a former regional FBI director traded me a Colt 45 M80-auto, for a bit of work on his property, handed me 4 clips with it and said, "If you can't hit what you're aiming for in 28 shots, run."

We both started laughing, naturally.

Or the time 20 gangsters come piling out of 4 cars they'd left at all angles in the street to attack my next door neighbor's kids.

Nothing like walking out one's door with a 12 guage sawed-off pump held at port telling them "Go home, NOW! Then telling the cops that they are 12.5 minutes too late when they finally get there, that I'd used an unloaded "visual deterrent" as a crowd pleaser scattering them back into their cars and haulin their cowardly act on out-a-there quick...(chuckle, had a round in my pocket for a quick-load if needed) to which I was thanked for doing their job by keeping the peace, by them.

The police arrived in 45 minutes for this response to terror in Norway, John.

I admit to projecting a bit in the paragraph as to how I might have delt with it had I been there with my 12 guage, loaded for bear.

Or anyone else with one available, for that matter that could pull the trigger on the terrorist run amok.

Does that illustrate the matter more completely?

Eric
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New Mexico, USA
July 26, 2011

Eric in New Mexico writes:

John in Greece,

So like I'm hearing on the news that Brievick the butthead went on this killing spree to gain a readership base for a some 1500 page "manifesto" , and a revolution he was going to start...yup, boyo was a bozo, ....Wait , didn't I just tell you I'd finished my final draft of "The Cure for Political Stupidity, and/or How not to go to war with America" ???

Longer than Mr. T's "war and peace", years in the hallowed busom of the muse, offered on a platter to a most worthy publisher, not like I needed to kill anyone to gain readership on Dipnote, if folks get slayed by humor in the reading that's not my doing, that's all in their own minds...I'm just doodling is all.

Hell if I know how many pages it was over the years...but a manifesto no, a manual maybe, and definately a piece of work, if not art.

I fear repurcussions in that anyone with verbosity in print will be viewed suspiciously from now on because of this dude in Norway having a very bad case of the "me- me's".

Just really dumb you know? I mean he could have probably published it here on the blog and not have to have bothered butchering folks...and taken it to a global audience.

But now folks will simply ignore anything in it as the work of insanity it deserves to be regarded in obscurity as. Discarded into the circular bin of history.

Scuse me, gotta go, the Men in Black are at my door...pesky buggers!

Something about a ten trillion dollar bill I want to send the Chinese I think.

(chuckle)

EJ

John P.
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Greece
July 26, 2011

John in Greece writes:

@ Eric in New Mexico

“A gun, like any other source of power, is a force for either good or evil, being neither in itself, but dependent upon those who possess it.”

I absolutely trust YOU in having a 45Colt. I know you can “think” under what circumstances to use it, or not. I hope and wish you’ll never need to use it, but just keep it under your pillow just in case bad “bears’ decide to commit their suicide. (chuckle)

However you know that there is plenty of “stupidity” around us. This is my only fear, concerning gun possession. How can we be sure that everybody can manage the risks and dilemmas a “pocket” gun can create?

Anyway…

I also applause your gun taste. I love Colts too, but in Greece and Europe, it’s illegal to own, moreover to carry one (any type of gun). So, I don’t have one, but I used to sleep with such a “baby” for 23 months during my Navy service.

Maybe Greeks and European politicians should re-think the whole subject and give us the right to protect our lives. At least to/for those who are trusted enough to carry and "administrate" a gun.

After all, there are millions of them in the black market... and we cannot control them.

So, it's the first time that the only way to control something, is to let it "free".

I hope some law-makers read...

learned96
July 25, 2011

W.W. writes:

@ John P. in Greece

Thanks 4 reading and comment my post on this platform, it s really appreciated...

DonaldM
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Virginia, USA
July 25, 2011

Donald M. in Virginia writes:

I think after hearing about this attack it underscores a real problem in the world when people get brainwashed by religon or by people who takes things too literally. What the world needs is Mental Health advisors who can identify the mental disorders and try to help. Prevention should be the key otherwise we learn nothing from this. Very sad for the kids who perished. Another true tradegy. Schools across the world in my opinion should adopt a Mental Health Awareness Program to stop these shootings. Identify the problems, find solutions. Before they lead to violence acts that destroys human lives. Make it more difficult for people to acquire these deadly weapons. Create a better tracking system when it comes to explosive devices. Stores should have red flags in place if someone purchases materials that can be made into devices. Without some kind of tracking system or red flags arms dealers can continue selling and dealing weapons and human lives are lossed. Our prayers are with the families.

God Bless and Peace out!

Eric
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New Mexico, USA
July 25, 2011

Eric in New Mexico writes:

@ Donald, I suppose one could devise a test for detecting folks that take themselves way too seriously. Or lack any appreciation for diversity within society but then what do you do...cull out all the violent males from the herd?

Anethetize them?

I mean we did that to Germany and Japan in WW2 to the point these nations can't even get up the spunk (until fairly recently) to get into conflicts to help end terrorism or go "out of area" to deal with piracy etc, etc.

So there is sort of a cure, but it's not a pretty one considering the manner in which it comes about generally.

You don't think the same would happen to Iran or North Korea? Little tin-horn dictatorial regimes like Hitler's seeking "racial purity" or Tojo's militaristic state-twisting of Shinto Buddhism?

What the world needs Donald is nothing less that to understand these lessons from history because humanity tends to repeat them a lot, never learning from the mistakes of the past apparently.

The State dept wants nations to agree to a code of conduct in the South China sea to resolve territorial disputes and maritime freedom of navigation.

Yet every one of the nations concerned has in its own way permitted a dictatorial regime to exist in total threat to all, threatening nuclear war at whim, testing a-bombs and missiles proliferating both to any buyer, sinking ships and shelling islands, and no one has a clue what to do about this other than try to bring them to 6-party talks when the same old policy of "behavior change" never had a chance of producing results in the first place?

Compare 'lil Kim's mindset with Brievick's for just a moment...is their really any difference whether you starve your own citizens or simply slaughter them?

Is what Assad is doing in Syria to folks any different?

Are Brievick's victims different from the Neda's of Iran?

The fact that these situations exist as dire threats to peace and security is due to one reason and one reason alone, that is the distinct lack of "give a damn" on the part of all other nation's who feel content to treat the symptoms with humanitarian-feel good about themselves providing-aid, without doing a damned thing about putting an end to it once and for all.

Guess it must do something for folks if they like to see such suffering, but don't ask me what that is, other than some form of terminal political disease.

Sec. of State Clinton gave good remarks on prosperity, but all that would be for nought while 'lil Kim and son remain in power, a divided Korea on mental tenderhooks that at any moment one nuclear bomb will ruin everyone's day, not to mention the global economy.

Time to end this state of insecurity and China has got the most to lose if it won't take full responsibility for "all neccessary measures" to protect populations in their region.

And what I'm hearing from China won't convince me they got a grip, as it's show me time.

EJ

John P.
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Greece
July 25, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ W.W.

It’s really my pleasure to read your posts and thank you very much for sharing your thoughts with us.

No matter if we agree, or disagree on everything: WE COMMUNICATE!

A very good DipNote friend, Susan in FL, has wisely written in the past about the importance of “new voices”. It’s wonderful to see that you post extremely interesting ideas and thoughts in a regular basis. Keep on writing…

Why do I think that COMMUNICATION is vital?

Recently, Eric in NM wrote something very special: (in my words) “if terrorists were enough clever, they would have formed a political lobby fighting for their ideas without spending so much money and blood”.

That’s why I characterized the Norwegian killer as lunatic and crazy. Experts say that he killed so many people in order to get himself a forum for expressing his views.

In today’s world there are thousands of forums to freely express and host your opinion. A bright example is DipNote. If this guy had used –for example- our platform to defuse his thoughts, plenty of people would still be alive.

Best Regards and have a nice week!

thing55
July 26, 2011

W.W. writes:

Jens Stoltenberg and his society must resign.

Labour society is a corrupted enviroment and what Andres Behring Breivik has done is something bigger then what the common mind may possibly think.

There is a strong chance that the corrupted society is beyond the attack and the norwegian prime minister is involved on it along with the following : Bilderberg , club of rome and the trilateral commission.

The vatican commended a few years ago an Unclassified inviestigation on those society accused to empoor the mass for their own purpose.

the Norwegian terroristic act is the sum of this investigation and common society the aware society is now asking and demanding who to fight.

r we going to stand for individuals or for the corporate ? r we going to end the corrupted society or r we going to keep it.

Against the rockefeller and all the other, in the case we all decide to stop that society by empooring them in a sort of french revolution against them, there are today more friend then enemies. In the case we decide to keep that corrupted society well God save us all.

It is time to decide it is time to choose ...

Rupert Murdoch or the people of the Horn of African?

The name of the trilateral commission or Barak Obama?

again on Andreas the norwegian killer there is a lack of information on the act and again they are now mixing cards in order to save who ?

Dear Mrs.Secretary poor an hand on yr. heart and be with the president

living28
July 26, 2011

W.W writes:

Breaking Anders Behring Brevik :

First E.U. parliamentar standing for the ideology beyond the massacre

It is time to choose between the corrupted society or The other one it is time for politician to choose between Good and Evil now and for the next 1000 years.

It is time to choose between the bildeberg society (Evil) Or the other one (Good)
It is time to choose if to invest in corporate and indeed govs (evil) or on Individual (good)
It is time to choose between warren buffet rupert murdoch and the other Corrupted represented in the club of rome in the bilderbergs or in the trilateral commission(Evil) or to choose all the other individuals and the way of peace.

It is time to solve economic crisis by saying no to evil say no to killing say no to violence produced by those people.

It is time to invest on America to cancel debts by taking everything from the rockefeller foundation and all the others responsible for this global individual economic crisis. It is time to take from corporate and give back to the individuals.

From another planet signed

Henry Ford

John P.
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Greece
July 27, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ W.W.

I think you are running too fast without wearing a sit belt.

You mention businessmen, politicians, churches, clubs and more…

First of all, for many people you are referring to, there is no proof that they form the EVIL. Except if you imply that being rich (which I’m not, by the way) is Evil.

This is an assumption that I won’t follow, being too far away from my ideological beliefs. Most sayings are wise though: a. money makes the world go round b. no money no honey etc. (LOL)

But, let’s assume that this conspiracy scenario of yours is real.

Even in this case, your “solution” for a better world is still full of utopia and history has proved that it’s rather unsuccessful!

…a communistic perspective for sure.

What you are suggesting was tested as a political theory by the Soviet Union. They attempted to take the money from the “rich”, elect politicians the way minority thought that they should be “elected” in order to serve the party and their pockets, fought Religions and Churches and banned the existence of any “club of thought” (if we assume that Bilderberg is something like this).

What were the results?

They destroyed their nation

They destroyed their economy

They remained back in history

They formed a club called “party people” that substituted all “clubs of thought” in order to secure prosperity for a very small minority.

And at the end of the history lessons they took, they had to restart the button in 1992, by copying our western philosophy and capitalistic approach, running in high speeds to achieve what they should have achieved decades ago.

In a parallel way of thinking, I have to add that your plan will destroy America. Even if all these suggestions were realistic, then, we’d have a new country that its name would not be the United States of America and the new “rules” of the game wouldn’t make us proud for our ideas and values.

I mean, America was built by a mosaic of immigrants who believed and still believe in freedom, private economy, capitalism, democracy and laws: the American dream!

The very first time someone will enter Rockefellers’ building –or any other businessman, or company- in order to take their money and play Robin of the Woods music, automatically the “magic has gone”. We won't love America anymore, for it won’t be our America, the America we built.

And then the nightmare will start right after the nationalization of the private money, on the ground that automatically you will have to face the abolition of our Freedom! These things go together. You always need a cola beverage along with your hamburger. (Chuckle)

And then you’ll start watching your garden parking waiting for “party” guys to say: “come on W.W. you don’t need a four wheels car. Two wheels are enough for you”. They will take your “two wheels” and you’ll just have a motorcycle which you never wanted to own in the first place.

Let me clarify that our conversation has nothing to do with the “budgeting” dialogues in Congress. These discussions are for “bigger brains” than us. So, I leave that part to pros. I’m just talking about the theoretical perspective of the boundaries between politics and financial; we could call it strategic thinking on financial decisions.

I am not also attempting to play the smart guy on all the above.

I don’t know the people you are referring to and their “role” –I mean I don’t have info about them from a trusted source, only conspiracy scenarios that are heard from time to time. I don’t know about the Pope and Rome, about governments and clubs. Actually the only club I’m enrolled in is my tennis club just around my neighbor corner.

And I inform you that even in such "clubs" there are debates of “thought”. In my case, they are concerned whether the backhand should be played with two hands, or the old fashion way.

A question of either a rightwing, or leftwing strategic thought I’d say. (LOL)

trouble29
July 27, 2011

W.W. writes:

Breaking : Oslo, Norway July 27, 11

still dropped into fear and panic

evacuated train station

Police is looking for for a tall Kippaded man

Emulation effect on the run

Failure of western corrupted society

couple99
July 27, 2011

W.W. writes:

@ John P. in Greece

Unfortunally that guy did it

I mention everyone cos everything is corrupted...where is the guy from wikileaks where is warren buffet or rupert murdoch?

If you read My first post on Oslo attack you can see that as a great guy from the stargate project a remote viewer i forecasted the pope statement and yesterday what today happened in Norway.

as per all my post I forecasted the ideology beyond the Violent Idiot who Killed everyone.

I running cos I can see the future...!!!

Just kidding

Wonderful post of yours

Eric
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New Mexico, USA
July 27, 2011

Eric in New Mexico writes:

@ WW,

I think you're becoming victim to media overexposure, which generally happens when one is subject to too much negativity all at one time.

And if the press couldn't find something wrong with the world it wouldn't be news would it?

Wherin the deviant from social norms becomes normal news reporting as daly fare to the sane in order to convince all of us just what an insane world we live in; so as to bolster support for the war vs. the sane vs. the insane.

Right so even the monster's dad thinks he's off his nut and apparently would have made him proud if he'd just killed himself rather than killing a bunch of folks...I'd call that disowned for sure.

John in Greece was bugging me the other day about a final draft of "The Cure for Political Stupidity, and/or how not to go to war with America" ( the idiot's guide ) and 10 years into it and aprox 4 years on the blog getting folks to publish it 5000 characters at a time, and don't ask me how many pages but it's longer than Mr. T's "War and Peace" and I sure hope folks don't mistake that for a craxy man's manifesto.

But John in Greece is right, the terrorist could have probably published his here and saved everyone a lot of trouble.

I've read some pretty crazy things on this blog, and I don't even believe everything I think, so why should anyone else...(chuckle).

One can say insanity has purpose all day long, the question is simply what results one seeks to have come from it.

I mean take a simple notion like billing our adversaries and their sponsors trillions and trillions of dollars for all the trouble and expense incurred by we the taxpayer, just to put America back in the black, see terrorism wither on the vine due to lack of sponsorship, and end the threat of nuclear war when ethical infants are too broke to buy them, or simply removed for collection purposes by the people themselves, with a little help from their friends.

I don't suppose the President meant for folks to "eat their peas" all by ourselves did he?

Frankjly the longer governments on this planet who call themselves responsible will either tale all neccessary measures to put a stop to the rampant dysfunctionality of the international system and find a new way of solving common problems together as partners, or the symptoms of that dysfunctionality will exibit itself in events like these on an ever increasing scale.

I look at the level of stress in society and nothing suprises me anymore, but I'm challenging governments to suprise me nevertheless in getting a grip...quick.

Lives are at risk. Powers that be have places to go, populations to protect, results to achieve. Many responsibilities to meet and miles to go before anyone can get a good night's sleep.

It should be worth noting that the sequel, "Change we can live with" is in process, thanks to contributions from everyone associated with this blog, in keeping with proper ethical attribution.

See, my granddad used the general theory of relativity to help end a war, and I'm working on the general theory of reciprocity to give folks something to end this one with a win for humanity and a little prosperity on the side.

Friend of mine just came back from France and commented that he thought folks here were "setting their sights pretty low." cultually, economicly, socially, and when I see my own government unable to effectively resolve long-term problems, foreign or domestic...well it just gets my back up in a howl of indignity, railing against terminal stupidity.

Dipnote is a pretty useful place to vent,...you never know who reads these things.

Best,

EJ

Sarah
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New York, USA
July 28, 2011

Sarah in New York writes:

Why are these attacks considered " acts of violence " not " 'Act of Terrorism' ..is it because he is a non muslim ?

off43
July 29, 2011

W.W. writes:

@ Eric in New Mexico

Hello Eric thanks for writing well I do rather believe to be a victim of the trilateral bilderberg and club of rome Individuals which they clearly and demostrably control the media.
those individual are all corrupted they care much about a market that does nopt really exist...They make money on poor and those individual inside this NGO'S INSANE VISION OF THE FUTURE are making more money then the new Indipendent south sudan for example.

Why do you think they want to arise a new agriculture system in the horn of africa...how their fake market will change?

You got a nation that according to president statement is going in less then a week to bankrupt and and those individual inside the bilderbergs what they do? Invest on NGO'S buy god for Ngo's but how can't you laugh at this corrupted people...yeah we should get strauss khan a labourist and another involved corrupted labourist in oslo answer that norway will be more democratic then before...that man that party that political movment after an attack like that should resign should leave from the face of the planet pretty simply much 4 the responsability he couldn't guarantee for his own citizen.

Governors must so choose as i wrote and as the pope states ...Choose between Good and Evil...and what governors are choosing except for few of them is evil by financin Ngo's Bilderberg rich individuals and all the other corrupted inside those organization.

what i am writing is very Henry Fordy based on the Kennedy's governamental theories...

John P.
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Greece
July 29, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ Sarah in New york

Terrorism (x) = Violence (y)
&
Violence (y) = Terrorism (x)

Here is the equation:
x+y=0, or x*y=0

Do you think that this guy is Christian?

The first thing you learn in Christianity is that YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO KILL.

So, it's not a question of religion...

John P.
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Greece
July 29, 2011

John P. in Greece writes:

@ Sarah in New York

I don’t know if this help a little bit more…

“Promoting Religious Tolerance Around the World”

"http://blogs.state.gov/index.php/site/entry/religious_tolerance_around_t..."

Suzan D. Johnson Cook serves as Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.

As the Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, a big part of my job is combating religious intolerance and encouraging respect for religious diversity around the world. It is my belief that in order to live peacefully side by side, we cannot allow violence based on religion to continue under any circumstances. My heart goes out to the families and loved ones of those injured and killed in Norway last week, and I join the President and Secretary in offering my deepest sympathies in this moment of sorrow. It is heart-wrenching to hear every day about violence committed in the name of religion or because of one's religious beliefs or lack of religious belief.

she is RIGHT!

Janakie B.
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New Zealand
July 29, 2011

Janakie B. in New Zealand writes:

Terrorism does not have another word for substitution. No matter who planned it or who did it Terrorism is terrorism. Only yesterday the modern science was able to understand that every action has a reaction opposite to its direction.There lies the hope for prevention. You cannot cure terrorism but prevent it which is a long-term and a definite solution.

Now what shall we do with the arms and ammunition produced in large scale to kill and destroy the members of our own human race? Can we turn them into something that make soft toys, build houses for those without shelter, feed the hungry, medicine for the sick, schools for children and milk for babies? probably these might not be profitable in monetary sense but certainly in power and self respect.

name91
August 1, 2011

W.W. writes:

@sarah NY..

Ironically ...cos it look like according to the people you vote cos you gotta reach a certain number of victims...or if you command a islamic TOLLERATED woman to blow her self UP for the sake of a god called allah on a israeli bus in tel aviv then that s called terrorism...or if u train bounch of islamic people in an afghan camp controlled by imperialism in to blow em self up in london that s terrorism.
If someone does it all by him self as in a videogame with I pods financing him self that s a killer a crazy guy...a wako ...

according to the bilderbergs media that s how it look like...like the Iceland vulcano in 2009 i believe...nobody could fly at the time...just nato aircraft training for an attack on Iran and possible nuclear iranian reaction attack on europe...

You know those corrupted people that forsome reason are always richer then you...you know they got weird vision of future

saman b.
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Iraq
August 1, 2011

Saman in Iraq writes:

What kind of definition can be use for this tragic event, the ignorantly ideology,forsooth.
those sacrifices buried with their disappointed hopes;their parents put in trouble when fostered their offspring,suddenly foolishly terrorist knock on the head all consequences.
this sort terrorist have not arisen any religion,they pretending with religion.

eslaporte
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Wisconsin, USA
August 2, 2011

Eslaporte in Wisconsin writes:

This brutal attack against the Norwegian people is a product of the growing threat from the radical Islamophobic right that some of us knew would eventually happen. The Organization of the Islamic Conference also warned of this, the instutionalization of Islamophobia, in especially European governments.
What is more is that American-based "anti-Muslim activists" are openly named in this terrorist's manifesto, so the Federal government has a stake here.
Also - the main center of gravity around which the radical Islamophobic right revolves is "Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who is allowed full freedom to travel to the US and other countries to give hate and war-like speeches against Muslims. "Islamization" is a myth, and there is no "Islamisation" of the Netherlands, Europe or America going on. "Freedom of speech" is not the right to provoke violence with myths about "Muslims" who supposedly "threaten our way of life."

Entering the fight against the globalization of Islamophobia is the best policy for the US Federal government. It would also make for better relations with the Muslim world, better cooperation against terrorism - and promote human rights. Also - it might have the effect of marginalizing European Islamophobic extremists, making Europe more secure from this threat. Lastly, the US must be seen fighting terrorism from not matter the source of the terrorism!

Trade T.
August 8, 2011

T.T. writes:

Lot of global tensions is going on at this time. Japan is expected to pull out its money from the global market as they want to revamp their country now. In current scenario anything can happen in the Share market Investors are advised not to panic and stay invested only safe traders and Stock Tips investors should exit their long positions on every high and one can use every decline as an opportunity to enter market again.

Regards

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