Originally posted by Cythraul
The law of nature
family and tribal loyalty,
complete liberty so long as it causes no harm or loss to others, honour and integrity.
What exactly do you want to know and why? Can you be more specific? Do you think there's something 'dodgy' about me? If so come out and ask.
You and I have had more run-ins on ATS than I can count - I would have thought you'd have learnt all you want to know about me by now.
When you make comments like this, I have to wonder why you're even on ATS?!? You obviously find the conspiracies which hundreds of us take very seriously laughable. I feel no need to correct you, because you'll know how laughable my theories are when the above happens to your grandchildren.
Originally posted by Leo Strauss
reply to post by JBA2848
Thanks for posting that pic and the quote.
Can somebody tell me what percentage of the population of Norway is Muslim? Is this kind of like the Oklahoma legislature outlawing Sharia law? Wow I mean I expect him to start talking about "precious bodily fluids" next.
I can't believe he killed all those kids. These types always have pictures of themselves with guns it makes them feel powerful.
I will include a list of some of the items/components acquired during this period: Item: Sulphur powder (pure yellow) Purchase: Dec 2010 Intended use: component to primary charge Quantity: 0,5 kg Supplier: Ebay, English company Alt. supplier: can also be purchased from aquarium shops for aquarium filters Shipping declaration: specified as “yellow artist paint dust” Cost: 20 Euro Bought with VISA - Paypal Delivery: delivery without problems, customs never opened Cover story: sulphur used for aquarium filter refill (oh, we love our little imaginary fishies, don’t we) Cover story used: no Risk: I was concerned about customs seizing the package and/or informing authorities but it appears this didn’t happen. Item: Sodium Nitrite Purchase: Dec 2010 Intended use: primary charge Quantity: 0,3 kg Supplier: Keten, Polish chemical store Alt. supplier: can be purchased from other chemical stores and some apothecaries Shipping declaration: specified as “sodium nitrate” Cost: 10 Euro Bought with VISA - Paypal Delivery: delivery without problems, customs did not appear to have opened Cover story: Sodium Nitrite used as a preservative for curing/processing meat. A teaspoon of SN is mixed with salt and other herbs and rubbed into 25 kg meat. This process preserves the colour before freezing and prevents the development of bacteria. It is common for Norwegian moose hunters to use this product as they often acquire and process up to several hundred kilograms of meat which needs to be processed with preservatives before freezing. Cover story used: no Risk: I was concerned about customs seizing the package and/or informing authorities but it appears this didn’t happen. Item: Sodium Nitrate Purchase: Dec 2010 Intended use: component to secondary charge, Picric acid (1,5 kg worth) Quantity: 3 kg Supplier: Apothecary/drug store Alt. supplier: can be created quite easily from primary materials. Guide is available on the net/youtube. Also available from other chemical stores and some apothecaries Shipping declaration: There was a 1 week delivery time from the drug store as they had to order it from a supplier Cost: 500 Euro Bought with VISA Delivery: product picked up at drug store, content searched for GPS transmitters just in case Cover story: Sodium Nitrate used as a preservative for curing/processing meat. A teaspoon of SN is mixed with salt and other herbs and rubbed into 25 kg meat. This process preserves the colour before freezing and prevents the development of bacteria. It is common for Norwegian moose hunters to use this product as they often acquire and process up to several hundred kilograms of meat which needs to be processed with preservatives before freezing. I was also a bit concerned about paying with my VISA, as it would be a traceable transaction, but I felt it would have caused “red flags” with the clerk if I attempted to pay by cash. Cover story used: yes (reason for purchase explained to drug store clerk before ordering). Deluxe business regalia used at first encounter with clerk to send the right signals. A good method is to ask the correct questions which leads to the clerk suggesting you buy “compound x”. I told her our hunting group had previously used a wholesale food supplier for buying the preservative but that they suggested we now buy it from a drug store. If selecting a drug store – use a rural one, located in a high class area, which is located in proximity to individuals who regularly go hunting. Also, ensure that you are a member of a hunter organization and have a license for a rifle etc. in case the clerk informs the intelligence agency who then performs a background check. Risk: Moderate risk. I am concerned about the drug store clerk informing the intelligence agency. There is also a chance that the intelligence agency regularly screen drug store customer lists and compare it to terror lists. There is a slight possibility that you can end up on a list after you order such a substance from a drug store. Therefore; I would suggest you create SN using base materials. Google for “how to create “sodium nitrate” guides. Item: Sulphuric Acid (car battery acid) Purchase: Dec 2010 Intended use: component to primary and secondary charge Quantity: 12 litres of pure (80-90%) sulphuric acid (equivalent to 25-36 litres of 30% SA) Supplier: Automobile parts supplier - acquired 7L at 30% purity from two different suppliers, car recycling facility (where trashed cars are delivered) – acquired 4 large car batteries containing 6L at 30% purity, wholesale supplier for the mechanic shops: Exide Sønnak – acquired 25L at 30% purity Alt. supplier: can be acquired from car mechanics, automobile parts suppliers or at recycling stations (often a subsection of a gasoline station). Also available from other chemical stores and some apothecaries Cost: 150 Euro for 7L, 20 Euro for 4 batteries, 130 Euro for 25L Bought with cash: from first three suppliers and with VISA for the 25L container, as I feared it would generate suspicion if I paid with cash. Delivery: picked up at the selected suppliers, transporting the 25L container was risky as it is considered dangerous goods. If you crash your car with this load and the container breaks open you will end up like the melting guy in the Robocop movie The only bonus of course would be that you won’t have to invest in a new Freddy Kruger face mask for next Halloween… Cover story: I purchased 2-3 car batteries from an online store - mcdeler.no (research an equivalent site for your country). Story told to clerk: “Ordered xx from xx.com. To my surprise the batteries did not contain liquid, which is why I have to buy it separately.” It is illegal to ship battery acid by post and the people working in these stores know it. Thus; your cover story will appear solid and credible and you will not raise any red flags. You can only buy up to 3-5L per supplier using this story, as the cover story would appear flawed if you claimed you ordered more than 3 batteries online. Cover story used: yes, at all 4 suppliers. URL for site selling the “empty battery cases” proved useful as it showed that I had sincere intentions with the sulphuric acid. Risk: Moderate risk. I was a little concerned about the 25L purchase since it was more than I needed, and it appeared too much for my “official use”. However, they were sold out of the smaller variants so it was the only alternative. The guy selling them bought the story but he was really concerned for my safety when transporting the material. I am not looking forward to boiling down this nasty stuff, from 30% to 80-90% purity. I will take all precautions though and ensure to be wearing full chemical hazmat suit and full respirator with additional splash proof face mask. Although, I guess worst case would be that I can finally audition for the next Predator movie…
I did screw two girls in Prague though, but that was mainly because it was a realistic chance that I would end up dead during the process of establishing a weapons connection. I won’t make any effort to try to completely justify it though. Human males are imperfect by default as they are plagued by their biological needs. Nevertheless, screwing around outside of marriage is after all a relatively small sin compared to the huge amounts of grace I am about to generate with my martyrdom operation. I have reserved 2000 Euro from my operations budget which I intend to spend on a high quality model escort girl 1 week prior to execution of the mission. I will probably arrange that just before or after I attend my final martyrs mass in Frogner Church. It will contribute to ease my mind as I imagine I will get tense and very nervous. It is easier to face death if you know you are biologically, mentally and spiritually at ease.
One of the most widespread manifestations of the craziness of our world is leftism, so a discussion of the psychology of leftism can serve as an introduction to the discussion of the problems of modern society in general. 7. But what is leftism? During the first half of the 20th century leftism could have been practically identified with socialism. Today the movement is fragmented and it is not clear who can properly be called a leftist. When we speak of leftists in this article we have in mind mainly socialists, collectivists, "politically correct" types, feminists, gay and disability activists, animal rights activists and the like. But not everyone who is associated with one of these movements is a leftist. What we are trying to get at in discussing leftism is not so much a movement or an ideology as a psychological type, or rather a collection of related types.
One of the most widespread manifestations of the craziness of our world is multiculturalism, so a discussion of the psychology of multiculturalists can serve as an introduction to the discussion of the problems of Western Europe in general. But what is multiculturalism or Cultural Communism? The movement is fragmented and it is not clear who can properly be called a cultural Marxist. When we speak of cultural Marxists in this article we have in mind mainly individuals who support multiculturalism; socialists, collectivists, "politically correct" types, feminists, gay and disability activists, animal rights activists, environmentalists etc. But not everyone who is associated with one of these movements support multiculturalism. What we are trying to get at in discussing cultural Marxists is not so much a movement or an ideology as a psychological type, or rather a collection of related types