Thanks for the images and the greetings Nàmo, I hope that you are also able to see the insanity of this and be cautious about what you read and believe.
Romanul: Yeah, compared to what the Iraqis and Afghan have to live with every year, this is a drop in the sea. But i wonder a bit what you mean about it ending well
. As far as I'm concerned it at least ended before he ran out of bullets, which he apparently had plenty of. So you might say that was a good thing
I don't know anyone that has been killed, but I bet I know a few that have close friends that have died. This situation has me somewhat as numb as when the towers fell, but the difference here is that I don't think Norway will go the same path as the US did. As someone said, the best reaction to this event is to make Norway even more liberal and democratic.
I just hope that this sends a message across Europe and the west that there are those among us who are just as crazy as those that committed 9/11.
Right now there will be a imprisonment meeting tomorrow, some journalists have started a facebook group encouraging a media boycott of it so that the terrorist won't get a pedestal to spread his propaganda from. It would certainly be a good start, I also liked it that they called him the terrorist instead of using his name.
I hope this quote by one of the surviving youth and quoted by the prime minister in a speech, becomes what we recall from this event in ten years time:
"If one man can show so much hate, think how much love we can all show together."
Edited by duke_Qa, 24 July 2011 - 09:41 PM.