The case of the Greek "link" or maybe "links” looks increasingly complicated. Supposedly the Greek and the far right Norwegian Anders Bering Breivik, who killed 93 persons on Friday, met in 2002.
According to Associated Press, officers of European security services were aware of the stormy debates on the Internet regarding the members of the new organization "Conservative revolutionary movement," which seems to be associated with the attacks by Anders Bering Breivik. Two officers, who have spoken anonymously, because they were not authorized to speak about the investigation, said that Breivik was not considered as "possible danger".
At the moment, Greek authorities are in continuous contact with Interpol, in order to begin the investigation until the end of the week. The International Intelligence Service has specific details about the case, which it will provide to the Greek authorities.
From page 817 of the manifesto of the cold-blooded executioner entitled "2083 A European declaration of independence" shows that among the founding members of the anti-Islamic organization PCCTS Knights Templar there was also one Greek. According to Breivik the participants in the “Constituent Assembly, which took place in two meetings with the participation of four founders and a host for security reasons in April 2002 in London", were from eight European countries. In particular, these were two Britons and a Frenchman, German, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian – obviously he, himself – a Serb and a Greek. The names of the participants were not mentioned to avoid "cultural Marxist /multicultural persecution" as mentioned by Breivik.
2002 is considered critical to the revival of the extreme right in Europe after the preamble of Jörg Haider in Austria in 2000. In the same month, when a meeting took place in London, Jean-Marie Le Pen was second after the first round of presidential elections in France. During the same period the murder of far-right politician Pim Fortuyn in Holland, days before the parliamentary elections, sparked a wave of support for his party, which was second in votes, although on the next election held several months later lost the election race.
After canceling the written in the first part of the text on page 1378 from the manifest Breivik "corrects" himself by stating that the meeting in London attended by only five members and one representative and the two other meetings somewhere in the Baltic countries, involved about 25-30 people. He wrote that present at these meetings were members "from all over Europe" and not only: Germany, France, Sweden, Britain, Denmark, the Baltic countries, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Armenia, Lebanon, Russia and Greece. "Electronic and telephone calls are expressly prohibited before, during and after the meetings. During our last meeting we clarified in a categorical way that we will interrupt contacts with each other for an indefinite period of time."
In the manifesto, which consists of over 1,500 pages, the executioner from Norway mentions the word "Greece" almost 90 times and the word "Greeks" and "Greek" about 270 times. The text also specifies the names of parties and organizations from European countries which are against immigration. In the case of Greece he points out the Greek front, which is now called the Greek lines, the parliamentary party LAOS, which Breivik stresses that it won with 3.7 percent rate in the general elections in 2007, the Patriotic Union, which as he stated has broken down in 2007, and newspaper Free World. The Norwegian also refers to the far-right Golden Dawn organization, e-magazine Antepitesi (counter attack) and data on the number of Muslims in Greece. In the category of "cultural Marxists/suicide humanists/global capitalists", he arranges the Greek political parties in the following order: PASOK, the Communist Party of Greece, SYRIZA, New Democracy.
Impressive is the fact that the manifest includes data on oil production and refineries in the country, as well as nuclear power plants in Europe, in the case of Greece, referred is the research center Dimokritos.
The Greek electronic space is already teeming with different assumptions about the person with whom the Norwegian was communicating in Greece. Since yesterday, the Greek authorities are investigating specific websites – which have far political convictions overlapping with the Nazi and xenophobic views of Breivik. According to published information in some forums, the Norwegian had regular correspondence with his fellow from Greece, with whom they had close ideological ties. The same sources say that the Greek authorities are after a famous National Socialist, whose name is one of the first in the list of Greek neo-Nazis. Despite his rich activity in the past and his far beliefs, he keeps away from famous organizations.
According to the information in the forum, this specific person whose name was mentioned, is not under investigation by the Greek authorities anymore, because he withdrew from active political activity, though he remains a political mentor and leader to people nostalgic for Hitler ideology in Greece.
The creation of a "conservative revolutionary movement" that would bring Europe to a civil war and would change the map of the continent in favor of Christian countries and to "purify" the European territories of the "Muslim, Marxists and traitors" was the dream of the far-right Norwegian Anders Bering Breivik.