He was a tall and beautiful bodybulider
I think someone has a crush...
Anyways I'm not offended by this thing in Norway or making light of it, nor do I label it as "terrorism", but if there's any value in Breivik's actions it certainly did not shine through the obscurant poverty of Anonymous' original post, which is ironic and sad. Delicate, controversial and existentially profound subject matter requires serious and adept treatment in order for 'alternative' / non-mainstream perspectives about it to be constructive and persuasive.
In fact it now is clear, that none of the claims about his person are true, but that he was a computer game player living in his mothers basement.
He did anabolic steroids and he even most likely photoshop manipulated the images of himself.
He didn't have anything original to say, even if he was somewhat articulate in the Norwegian posts.
So there is no further reason to discuss this mediocre guys opinions.
Instead you should now point out the obscurant poverty of people praising Ceasar and Napoleon, whose massacres were of a much grander scale.
If there is one thing, the Norwegian socialdemocratic youths can learn from this, it is, that war and violence is not something only found in history books. And Anders Breiviks gift to them is to wake a few hipsters on picnic up to reality.