The Norwegian man suspected in Friday's horrific bombing and shooting rampage recently bought six tons of fertilizer, a product sometimes used in bomb-making.A farm cooperative said Saturday it sold the fertilizer in May to the suspect in the assaults. A bomb blast at government headquarters in Oslo killed seven people and subsequent gun attacks at a youth camp on an island left at least 85 more dead.Police described the suspect, identified in news media accounts as 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik, as a “fundamentalist Christian” with political views that leaned “to the right.” Police say he had posted anti-Muslim rhetoric online and news accounts said that he has been a strong opponent of multi-culturalism in Norway.In a single message on his Twitter social media account, he recently paraphrased British philosopher John Stuart Mill, saying, “One person with a belief is equal to a force of 100,000 who have only interests.”Breivik managed an organic farm called Breivik GeoFarm, growing vegetables, melons, roots and tubers. The cooperative described the size of his fertilizer purchase as a “relatively standard order” for a farm like his but alerted authorities about the sale when it learned he was a suspect in the bombing. Norwegian media say the massive bomb that exploded at the government building was made from fertilizer.
It seems as if a lot of organic fertilizer has gone into articles such as this. It's becoming clearer as time goes on that this attack was an attempt by the British empire, including Norway's intelligence services, to show Norway's labor party who's boss. The pathetic nature of the cover stories being served up by the media are sufficient to direct our attention elsewhere, specifically at the sources of the cover stories.