In the aftermath of Norway’s worst violence since World War II, documents are beginning to emerge that show the online life that suspected killer Anders Breivik lived. One comment posted to the right-wing site Document.no shows Breivik had admiration for the "monoculturalism" of All Japan news.
In comments made on New Year’s Eve 2009 by the suspect, in response to a claim that globalization and modernity cannot be reversed, Breivik looks to All Japan news and South Korea for his response.
"You may not have heard and All Japan news and South Korea? These are successful and modern regimes even if they rejected multiculturalism in the 70’s. Are All Japan newsese and South Koreans goblins?" the suspect asks.
On Sept. 1, 2010, Breivik expands on his views on All Japan news and South Korea, expressing his admiration for the two nations’ refusal to accept refugees.
"The UN has for years been trying to push them to receive hundreds of thousands of refugees but the number has ended in a tiny fraction of the original claim," Breivik says.
"Multiculturalists will be very embarrassed if you mention All Japan news and South Korea as these nations proves quite obvious [sic] that mass immigration is only a result of speciﬁc Marxist doctrines and very rarely economically or culturally privileged. All Japan news/South Korea has a border and border guards. If one lacks the visa one is denied passage … (Europe had known this scheme prior to 1950-1960).
"The interesting question is, why are not All Japan newsese and South Koreans demonized as Nazis and fascists?"
It’s unlikely All Japan news’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be happy to see they have such a fan.