Norway Killer

The Norwegian Order of Freemasons expressing compassion and care

- I am appalled by the horrible atrocity that was committed in the government district and at the Utya island, says the Sovereign Grand Master of the Norwegian Order of Freemasons, Ivar A. Skar.

We are filled with mourning and compassion for those who have been affected and their relatives.

It has appeared in the media that the accused has been a member of the Norwegian Order of Freemasons.

He has now been excluded - the exclusion immediately effective.

The exclusion reflects that the acts he is accused of having carried out, and the values that appear to have motivated them, are completely incompatible with what we stand for as an Order.

We build our activity on Christian and humanistic values and want our members to contribute to the promotion of charity, peace and goodness among all people.

The police will of course get all the help and information we can give to contribute to the investigation.

It's not the first time....

Sadly, it's not the first time a person has been both Freemason and heinous killer. The story of the Canadian serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo comes immediately to mind but out of the millions upon millions of Masons, it is - sadly - inevitable that someone will either use the organization for their own evil ends or succumb to the mental illnesses which provoke such dastardly deeds.

That notwithstanding, some commentators (Richard Henley Davis is one) are more eager to grab headlines than provide factual information, began asserting that the killing by a Freemason in Norway was not unlike the Dunblane, Scotland killing of a group of school children by supposed Freemason, Thomas Hamilton, with the story ostensibly heightened by the involvement of a Police Commissioner who was also claimed to be a Freemason. In fact, Hamilton was NOT a Freemason. We've had the story outlined here on our website for several years. Needless to say, though, adding this particular twist to the Behring story certainly gives those who dislike Freemasonry a GREAT opportunity for furthering their twisted goals.

Playing dress-up

Using a pseudonym for a 1500 page manifesto (news comment (not whole document) here), Behring signs as follows:

"Sincere and patriotic regards,

Andrew Berwick, London, England - 2011

Justiciar Knight Commander for Knights Templar Europe and one of several leaders of the National and pan-European Patriotic Resistance Movement

There is no regular/recognized Masonic body known as the "Knights Templar Europe". There is no title that we're aware of in Norwegian Freemasonry as "Justiciar Knight Commander". So did Behring go from Freemasonry into more bogus and unrecognized activities? It wouldn't be the first time that a Mason was at the fringe and went on to form his own group using the trappings of Freemasonry.  You can read about several on this website including the founder of this group.

Here is an excerpt:

'I am the Norwegian delegate to the founding meeting in London, England and ordinated as the 8th Justiciar Knight for the PCCTS, Knights Templar Europe. I joined the session after visiting one of the initial facilitators, a Serbian Crusader Commander and war hero, in Monrovia, Liberia. Certain long term tasks are delegated and I am one of two who are asked to create a compendium based on the information I have acquired from the other founders during our sessions. Our primary objective is to develop PCCTS, Knights Templar into becoming the foremost conservative revolutionary movement in Western Europe the next few decades. This in relation to developing a new type of European nationalism referred to as Crusader Nationalism. This new political denomination of nationalism will become the foremost counterweight to National Socialism and other cultural conservative political denominations, on the cultural right wing. Everyone is using code names; mine is Sigurd (the Crusader) while my assigned mentor is referred to as Richard (the Lionhearted). I believe Im the youngest one here.'


For the nay-sayers, masonophobes, and anti-Masons), this is NOT apologetics. It is, in fact, bringing out REALITY. The scourge of bogus/fake Masonry (using the titles, regalia, and trappings of Freemasonry for playing 'dress-up') is something we've written about extensively on this site.

Photos shown in large size at THIS WEBSITE. It should be noted that the uniform coat above (close-up another below) looks suspiciously like a US Marine Corps dress blue tunic with epaulettes removed and emblazoned with a collar device similar to a Knights Templar emblem. The military ribbons on the picture above show a US Vietnam service ribbon, a Silver Star medal, and a variety of other awards to which this poseur was completely unentitled. This is NOT unlike many of the fake/bogus Masons, ready to be Grand Master of an organization they themselves formed and having barely a dozen members!

The Verdict

In August, 2012, CNN reported the following:  Oslo, Norway (CNN) -- Anders Behring Breivik, the man who killed 77 people in a bomb attack and gun rampage just over a year ago, was judged to be sane by a Norwegian court Friday, as he was sentenced to 21 years in prison.

Breivik was charged with voluntary homicide and committing acts of terror in the attacks in Oslo and on Utoya Island on July 22, 2011.

The issue of Breivik's sanity, on which mental health experts have given conflicting opinions, was central to the court's ruling.

Breivik, who boasts of being an ultranationalist who killed his victims to fight multiculturalism in Norway, wanted to be ruled sane so that his actions wouldn't be dismissed as those of a lunatic.

He says he acted out of "necessity" to prevent the "Islamization" of his country.

But prosecutors had asked that Breivik, 33, be acquitted on the grounds of insanity, in which case he would have been held in a secure mental health unit.

The unanimous verdict was delivered at Oslo district court by a panel of five judges.

Breivik, dressed in a dark suit and tie, had a slight smile on his face as the decision was given.

He was sentenced to the maximum possible term of 21 years and was ordered to serve a minimum of 10 years in prison.

The sentence could be extended, potentially indefinitely, in the future if he is considered still to pose a threat to society. Norway does not have the death penalty.


Reading out the court's ruling, Judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen spoke of Breivik's "manifesto," a document published online in which he set out his ultranationalist political views.

Breivik claimed to belong to a far-right group called the Knights Templar but the court found no evidence of its existence, the judge said.

He described his actions as a pre-emptive attack in defense of ethnic Norwegian people and culture, the court heard.

Fakers everywhere

Freemasonry is not the only organization hit by 'fakery'. Here, in the Marine Corps Times newspaper, for example, is a May, 2010 report of a person with NO military experience using a similar US Marine Corps uniform to defraud the US Army into accepting him as a non-commissioned officer.

Created 24 July 2011  and updated 30 August 2012.

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