Norway killer ‘mentor’: Breivik NOT a lone wolf, but part of larger agenda

The Norwegian man who has confessed to killing 77 people was not a “lone wolf,” a British far-right activist thought to be the gunman’s “mentor” said today. Source: AFP

Norwegian mass killer ‘not a lone wolf’, far-right activist says

AFP | Aug 26, 2011

THE Norwegian man who has confessed to killing 77 people was not a “lone wolf,” a British far-right activist thought to be the gunman’s “mentor” said today after being interviewed by Norwegian police.

Paul Ray, a blogger and former member of the English Defence League, told Norway’s NTB news agency that police were “very interested” in British far-right cells mentioned by the attacker, Anders Behring Breivik.

“I don’t believe Breivik is a lone wolf … he is part of a larger movement which has its own agenda,” Ray said, without going into detail.


“They (the police) were very interested in the British cells,” added Ray.

“They asked me if I was (head of) a cell.”

In a statement he released shortly before embarking on his July 22 killing spree, Behring Breivik had spoken of the existence of secret cells that he said came under a new order of Knights Templar.

The police were not available to comment today.

Ray, who lives in Malta, came to Norway voluntarily to speak to police investigating the twin attacks in Oslo and a nearby island.

He is widely considered to be the unnamed “mentor” mentioned by the 32-year-old Behring Breivik in the 1500-page manifesto he posted online shortly before carrying out the attacks.

Describing himself as a crusader at war against multiculturalism and Islam, Behring Breivik explained in the document that he once had “a relatively close relationship” with an Englishman he gave the pseudonym “Richard”, “who became my mentor.”

Ray, who heads the “Knights Templar” movement and runs a “Richard the Lionhearted” blog, has said he recognised himself in the Norwegian right-wing extremist’s description.

Asked in an interview on Wednesday with Norway’s NRK television station if he had any contact with Behring Breivik, including online, Ray said “never”.

Ray has called the July 22 attacks “pure evil” in an interview with The Times.

Behring Breivik has confessed to setting off a bomb outside government offices in Oslo killing eight people, before going on a shooting rampage on the nearby island of Utoeya, where the ruling Labour Party’s youth wing was hosting a summer camp, killing 69 others, many of them teenagers.

He is currently being held in solitary confinement at a high-security prison near Oslo, and has claimed he acted alone.

4 responses to “Norway killer ‘mentor’: Breivik NOT a lone wolf, but part of larger agenda

  1. The Mossad did Norway.

    Breivik is just a zionist patsy.

  2. “after being interviewed by ****** police”

    Interviewed by Police ??
    Yeah right, a nice little chat between comrades, right ???

  3. Yes…because there simply had to be a direct link between the two due to Breivik’s visit to Malta where his hero lives. And there is no way they could conclusively remove Lionheart from suspicion so quickly, unless a coverup was under way…

    Norway police don’t suspect gunman’s British ‘mentor’

    Breivik is the stooge and Paul Ray is a mid-level manager. What they didn’t anticipate is Breivik’s extreme self-exposure parading his memberships in the Masons and this Knights Templar group, blabbing that his comrades are going to continue the work, his hardcore Zionist beliefs, etc…I am really surprised they haven’t brought in a Jack Ruby to shut him up.

  4. Pingback: Breivik: How I met Knights Templar ‘Richard the Lionheart’ in a London cafe | Aftermath News

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