You've inferred the most blunt interpretation of what I said, especially when you omit the previous line talking about my opinions.
Just because I'm a moderator does not mean that I have to avoid giving my opinion on matters and it does not mean I am setting policy on a topic by stating my opinion.
If and when I actually take action on the matter, that's a different story.
That wasn't my intention, I was just highlighting the relevant part of the post. As you did when replying to me.
I am well aware that you have every right to express your opinion, along with any other user on the site. But when your opinion is nothing more than "well, I don't really want to talk about it" then you have to question why you posted in the first place.
Predaprince wrote:My local news brought up the story and stated the attorney of the man was going to use an insanity plea. It was stated that the man was saying he is a warrior defending the Western World from muslims. He isn't from the Western world and he wasn't targeting muslims, but his own countrymen. It sounds like it is a psychopath killing people and then making up a story afterward.
Yeah, I think the 'insanity' plea is probably the best way forward. Trying to analyse why Anders did this is the best approach to ensure it doesn't happen again. As you pointed out, he's claiming to be concerned with what he calls 'Islamification' and yet chooses to express those concerns by murdering a bunch of Labour Party Youth members? He claims that it's a "wake up call" to the government on the issue of immigration, but anything he's just highlighting the innate hypocrisy of himself and the Far Right as a movement.