Inspiring a psychopath

The psychopath in Norway who bombed an Oslo government building then went on to an island where he shot to death a bunch of kids attending a youth rally wrote a 1,500-page manifesto.

Here, in Anders Behring Breivik’s own words, is his inspiration:

We, the European Revolutionary Conservatives know very well that it will take many years, even decades before we successfully manage to consolidate to a degree where we can seize political and military power in the first Western European country. In the US, the Tea party movement is one of the first physical, political manifestations which indicate that there is a great storm coming. The creation of similar conservative organizations, even the creation of revolutionary conservative movements … is about to materialize. The cultural Marxists are losing their momentum to our advantage.

And he said this:

Let us hope that the US (Democratic and Republican party) allows us, their European cultural and economical crown vassals, to liberate ourselves and deport the Muslims without them militarily intervening. We shouldn’t forget that we have many allies in the US including a sizable faction of the Republican Party.

And he believes this:

Additionally, we are calling for President Barrack Obama’s Impeachment for actually saying he was a Marxist, as well as not being able to provide proof of American citizenship. ….

We’ve been force fed this Tea Party/GOP bull for almost 2 years now. And this is what it leads to: a massacre in Norway with 76 people dead and a nation in shock.

People say you can’t judge the influence of a group by the actions of a madman. If it was just a rare occurrence, maybe they’re right. But there are a lot of gun toting psychopaths who only needed the Tea Party tantrums to set them off.

Oh, and what does America’s King of Crazy have to say about the victims?

GLENN BECK: And then there was a shooting at a political camp, which sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler youth or whatever. I mean, who does a camp for kids that’s all about politics? Disturbing.

So, the victims are Nazis?

I wonder what other demented group would gather children in a political camp?

Here’s another option now that the kids are out of school: a weeklong seminar about our nation’s founding principles, courtesy of the Tampa 912 Project.

The organization, which falls under the tea party umbrella, hopes to introduce kids ages 8 to 12 to principles that include “America is good,” “I believe in God,” and “I work hard for what I have and I will share it with who I want to. Government cannot force me to be charitable.”

And who, pray tell, came up with the concept for the 912 Project? (Do you really have to think about the answer to that question?):

The 9-12 Project (or 9/12 Project, 912 Project) is a political group created by American television and radio personality Glenn Beck. It was launched on the Friday 13 March 2009 episode of Glenn Beck, the eponymous talk show on Fox News Channel. A website was launched to promote the group, and several local 9-12 groups formed soon after in cities throughout the United States.

CORRECTION: I just realized that I never refer to Glenn Beck as a schitzoid cokehead in this post. I apologize for the omission.