By Enrique Tessieri
As Migrant Tales correctly predicted shortly after the mass killings in Norway, the impact on the sabre-rattling European chorus warning us of the danger of Islam is now on the defensive and on the run. “Fjordman,” Anders Behring Breivik’s mentor, said he would go underground for his own safety and never publish again with the infamous pseudonym, according to tabloid Ilta-Sanomat.
Fjordman, whose real name is Peder Jansen, 36, is or was the voice of anti-Islam in Norway. Just a quick look at his former blog, fjordman, gives you a taste of his writings: “Muhammed was a brilliant intuitive leader/general, and he and his companions devised a near perfect closed system of war against the rest of humanity.”
Jensen said that he was shocked to know that his writings had inspired Breivik.
Jensen said that Breivik sent him a handful of emails in 2009-10. Even though Breivik wanted to meet him, Jensen declined.
“I don’t know why he wanted to meet me,” he said. “I didn’t want to meet him because of his views but because he didn’t seem that interesting. He was like a vacuum cleaner salesman.”
Jensen said that he spoke to the police to clear his name. He said that the police had confiscated his computer and had tried to make him guilty.
“I don’t want to be connected with Breivik and his horrible actions,” he said, adding that he would go underground for his own safety.