Anders Breivik: I Would Do It Again

Norway shooter Anders Breivik read a prepared statement in court today saying that his massacre of 77 people was a “great” act and that he wouldn’t hesitate to do it again.

Breivik said:

“I have carried out the most sophisticated and spectacular political attack committed in Europe since the Second World War.”

Breivik called his rampage “spectacular.” Breivik also insisted that his actions were necessary to prevent future violence. The Norway Shooter likened his massacre to the United States use of an atomic bomb during World War II, saying that the Americans dropped the bomb to prevent more war.

Breivik said:

“They did it for something good, to prevent further war.”

This, according to Breivik, should lead to his acquittal since he was acting on behalf of his country.

Breivik said:

“The attacks on July 22 were a preventive strike. I acted in self-defense on behalf of my people, my city, my country. I therefore demand to be found innocent of the present charges.”

Breivik insisted that his motive will lead to his innocents, saying that it is impossible to be found guilty when doing the “right” thing. Breivik said:

“They (Norwegians) risk being a minority in their own capital in their own country in the future. People will understand me one day and see that multiculturism has failed. If I am right, how can what I did be illegal?”

Breivik pleaded not guilty to the charges against him yesterday. The Inquisitr reported earlier this week that the main argument during Norway shooter’s trial will be about Anders Breivik’s mental state.