“It’s strange that he didn’t kill himself, like the guys that have carried out school shootings,” the police official told AP. “It’s a good thing that he didn’t because then we might get some answers pointing out his motivation.” -Sveinung Sponheim
Anders Behring Breivik is reported to have been furious at the mention of Muslims being connected to the tragedy in Oslo and his own small efforts to ignite outrage. The programmers were obviously amateurs in comparison to those who can properly groom angry loners to commit atrocities and go out with a bang. In what remains an ongoing mystery play, connection with Libyans or Palestinians heads seamier theories.
Without a great amount of coaxing, some people can be convinced to jump off a bridge at the drop of a hat, they’re a personality type government agencies have researched exhaustively. Norwegian authorities at the very least admit to having kept a watch over their un-predictables since the early ‘90s;
“They have a lack of leadership. We have pretty much control of those groups!”
The climate of fear is a nice little earner for proponents and suppliers of police culture, it’s enemies must be regulated to comply with state-predetermined outcomes. If they control them then perhaps the police will venture a guess to the culprit’s motivation that’s closer to a factual assessment rather than fitting square pegs into round holes, ultimately aiming to implant a notion that white guys can be mindless terrorists too.
UPDATE: Violent Video Gamer