MrSinclair wrote: In this case I wonder if the college enrollment was planned out well in advance or scripted more recently.
Please know that (as you can see in my above post, the 3d from top of previous page), the "Breivik-wishes-to-study-at-Oslo-University" saga goes back to about mid-2013. Here's a Guardian article (dated September 12, 2013) signed by none other than the Rector of Oslo University, Ole Petter Ottersen :
"Why Anders Breivik is welcome at our university" - by Ole Petter Ottersen - Sept12, 2013
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre ... rsity-oslo
Ottersen, a former director of the Centre for Molecular Biology and Neuroscience at the University of Oslo, is an 'interesting' fellow - to put it mildly. Aside from being the boss of Oslo University, he's the Chair of The LANCET University of Oslo Commission on Global Governance for Health - check it out:
http://www.thelancet.com/commissions/gl ... for-health
Here is the sort of stuff Ottersen is pushing for, within his LANCET-related lobbying efforts:
"The world’s health needs more transnational governance"
"This is the main message in the report from an international commission established by The Lancet medical journal and the University of Oslo." http://www.uio.no/english/research/inte ... event.html
Ole Petter Ottersen
"Interestingly", you might say, Ottersen was one of only four Norwegians invited at the 2011 Bilderberg meeting held in St.Moritz, Switzerland on June 9-12 that year - i.e. about two months prior to the Breivik/ Utøya farce (staged in Oslo on August 22, 2011) :
NORWAY's delegation at Bilderberg meeting of June 9-12, 2011:
- H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of NORWAY
- Myklebust, Egil - Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA
- Solberg, Erna - Leader of the Norwegian Conservative Party
- Ottersen, Ole Petter - Rector, University of Oslo
source: Official Bilderberg website > http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/parti ... _2011.html
Need I say more?
Well, perhaps I do. See, I used to think that the whole 'spooky-Bilderberg-meetings-meme' was perhaps just some red herring/ distraction / fodder for 'conspiracy theorists' à-là-Alex-Jones and the like. I do not believe so anymore.
P.S. - to our Norwegian readers: The fact that Erna Solberg, leader of the Conservative Party, was the only politician invited at the Bilderberg meeting in 2011 - at a time when Labour Party's Jens Stoltenberg was leading the country - should tell you all you need to know about the utter insignificance of your votes cast at the ballot - and the depth of the 'democratic' dupery being thrown right at your faces. Please wake up, dear fellow Norwegians!