“mass-murder computer based training”, world of warcraft & ‘call of duty’ -> *aharit* – 04min

Posted: June 24, 2012 in Uncategorized
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For those not aware, games like World of Warcraft are seriously addictive & often in a really destructive way as another addict describes to The Guardian. It also doesn’t take much guesswork to see (if you have ‘eyes to see’) the occult involved in this game – do a Google image search for “world of warcraft” if you really want to. Sin & “the wayward path” would be much easier to resist if it didn’t seem like fun right? Well… you need to look out for the eventual effect / final end, or as in Hebrew, the Aharit. Many have turned at hearing the Aharit message, preached many years ago. Listen to it below or download here.


Anders Behring Breivik has described how he “trained” for the attacks he carried out in Norway last summer using the computer game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The 33-year-old said he practised his shot using a “holographic aiming device” on the war simulation game, which he said is used by armies around the world for training.

“You develop target acquisition,” he said. He used a similar device during the shooting attacks that left 69 dead at a political youth camp on the island of Utøya on 22 July.

Describing the game, he said: “It consists of many hundreds of different tasks and some of these tasks can be compared with an attack, for real. That’s why it’s used by many armies throughout the world. It’s very good for acquiring experience related to sights systems.”

He added: “If you are familiar with a holographic sight, it’s built up in such a way that you could have given it to your grandmother and she would have been a super marksman. It’s designed to be used by anyone. In reality it requires very little training to use it in an optimal way. But of course it does help if you’ve practised using a simulator.”

The prosecution asked Breivik if he was aware that “there are some bereaved people sitting here in the courtroom who lost children at Utøya”. How do you think they are feeling, Breivik was asked. “They are probably reacting in a natural way, with disgust and horror,” he said.

The court also heard that Breivik took what he called a “sabbatical” for a year between the summers of 2006 and 2007, which he devoted to playing another game, World of Warcraft (WoW), “hardcore” full time. He admitted he spent up to 16 hours every day that year playing from his bedroom in his mother’s Oslo flat.

But he insisted WoW had nothing to do with the attacks he carried out last year, leaving 77 dead.

Breivik said he “deserved” his sabbatical because he had worked an average of 12-14 hours every day between 2002 and 2006 on various entrepreneurial projects.He said: “I felt I had sacrificed a lot. Because of that I felt I deserved to take one year off to do what I wanted. Especially bearing in mind the upcoming so-called suicide action … I wanted to have no remorse as to what I had missed out on.”

He denied playing the game and moving back in with his mother because his business ventures, including a firm selling fake diplomas, had failed.

“If you assess what you read in media, you would think I moved back home and rented a room in my mother’s house because my company had gone bankrupt,” he said, claiming to have had 600-700,000 rone (£65,000-76,000) in bank accounts and 300,000KR (£32,5000) in cash, which he stashed in two safes in his bedroom at the start of his sabbatical. He only filed for bankruptcy to save on the accounting costs associated with winding down a company in a conventional way, he said.

He said his friends and family, particularly his mother, reacted with “shock and disbelief” when he announced he was going to play on his computer full time.“I told her that I was going to allocate time to do what I had wanted to do. She reacted in that way, which is [a] fairly normal, healthy reaction,” he said, adding: “It would have been quite abnormal if she had just said: ‘Oh that’s great, go ahead.’ I couldn’t tell her I was taking a sabbatical because I was going to blow myself up in five years’ time. I played on the idea that: ‘Ooh, I’ve become addicted to games.’ That was my primary cover.”

It was a convenient “cover” and allowed him to isolate himself and concentrate on his forthcoming “operation”. But he insisted repeatedly he was not a loner and had been out and about in the months leading up to the attacks in July last year.

Breivik was also asked about his membership of the masons. He said he joined because it was a “Christian organisation [untrue] which has protected many European traditions” but said he was not an active member.

It was a “hobby”, he said, claiming to have only attended “about five” meetings. It was another “militant nationalist” who suggested he join, he claimed. – Source: The Guardian

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Comments
  1. Interesting…
    Well, at least he knows the natural reaction is shock and horror… He’s a fascinating specimen of mankind, I think. The only really disturbed thing about him is probably his empathic system… without that one is capable of almost anything…

    • Servant says:

      Hi. How do you account for the blase reaction of the kids that witnessed 9/11 in the audio? In my view you cannot separate psyche from psychology i.e. the soul from the study thereof. …and how well equipped are we really to study the soul / mind from a purely empirical approach? How effective (really) are psychological / psychiatric treatment en masse? …so how much do we know what is really good & therefore also bad for our mental well-being? – not even to mention the long term effects of exposure to some ‘alternative pseudo reality’ like was the case with *both* this murder & the ‘unempathetic’ kids / teens that witnessed 9/11 without flinching.

      • Ah well, I’m afraid I was one of those kids… I am quite lacking in empathy.
        I think our society somewhat cultivates this… overstimulation, over-expectation… People are being “built” to score, not to help their teammates anymore.
        It’s a bit invisible hand strategy. Society gets harder and harder and faster and faster, and all the ones that can’t cope “let them go kill themselves” like non-concurrating companies that close their books.
        Who are we to say what is right and wrong? Did we as homo sapiens “do wrong” in the extinction of the neanderthals? No, we were simply the better adjusted species.
        Just so you know, being schizophrenic and unemployed, I am one of the non-concurrating companies in our social economy.

        • Servant says:

          Sounds nihilistic. At least I agree with you that society stimulates this problem / condition. Our approaches for a cure would probably just differ. Objective moral truth is involved – which isn’t very ‘evolutionary’.

          • Indeed. And there we have our eternal point of difference again… 😉
            I follow you in the meaning that objective moral truth would be needed to solve the problem. My question is then where do you plan to get that truth? You would find it in your faith, but I have nowhere to find it… I can see why that is nihilistic indeed…

            • Servant says:

              …if truth isn’t relative then our ‘truths’ would have to agree. I can quote scripture to you on this topic … but then that would be foolish. It’s just interesting to me when scripture seems to be validated by life – underlining the truthfulness. Simple example – if you look to the headlines about demographic problems – where do you think the imminent problem lies for many countries?

              • demography… do you mean the overpopulation? Well, that’s not exactly my area of expertise, but I remember it has a lot of different factors involved, a few of them being:
                – lack of schooling, especially among the female population
                – no knowledge of anti-conception (and no governmental efforts to educate the people about it)
                Another demographic problem, this time in the richer countries, is the slow but steady “turn” the population pyramid is making; a small base of young people is to care for a wide and growing top of elderly people.
                Reason for that is the better healthcare and stuff; people grow older, and in richer countries people also have lesser children so the base of “caretaking people” becomes small…

              • Servant says:

                Do have time to watch this / have you? This was made a few years ago – somewhat prophetic actually.

              • very, very interesting…
                I am still quite puzzled though in what way scripture applies to this…

              • Servant says:

                I think they mentioned that overpopulation is really not a comparable problem in the video – economic prosperity / growth goes with growing population & even food prices went down when overpopulation advocates would have expected the opposite … so you think that’s about accurate thus far? …and how did this documentary match with prevailing thought you think?

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