Do you not think the person who could personally kill 77 people, many of them teens because "it was necessary" and they were "multiculturalists" would not wear the hat with pride?
Yesterday Adolph Eichmann was laughing. Could you hear him, along with the rest of the old gang?
"I told you! There is no need to kill them yourself! There is always someone who will do it for you!. Whether in Poland, Lithuania or Croatia there is always someone who will wear the hat!"
Yesterday in Norway Anders Behring Breivik went on trial for the murder of 69 teenagers, whom he personally shot and 8 others in a bombing before the massacre of the kids.
Norway was in shock as Breivik calmly and in great detail described how he killed the kids.
Breivik said he did not anticipate his victims' reactions.
"Some of them are completely paralyzed. They cannot run. They stand totally still. This is something they never show on TV. It was very strange."
But he has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges, saying his victims had betrayed Norway by embracing immigration.
Looking tense but focused, Breivik spoke calmly about the shooting rampage, beginning with the moment he took a small ferry to Utoya, an island in a lake outside Oslo. He was disguised as a policeman, carrying a rifle and a handgun. He also brought drinking water because he knew he would get a dry throat from the stress of killing people.
Breivik's first two victims were Monica Boesei, a camp organizer, and off-duty police officer Trond Berntsen, a security guard.
The first shot was "extremely difficult," he declared, saying he then entered a "fight-and-flight modus" that made it easier to continue the killing spree.
Breivik said he couldn't remember large chunks of the approximately 90 minutes he spent on the island before surrendering to police commandos. Still, he recalled some of the shootings in great detail, including inside a cafe where he mowed down young victims as they pleaded for their lives.
Some teenagers were frozen in panic, unable to move even when Breivik ran out of ammunition. He changed clips. They didn't move. He shot them in the head.
Others pretended to be dead. He said he shot them, too.
Breivik continued his rampage around the island, luring youth from their hiding places by telling them he was a police officer who was there to protect them. When they came out, he gunned them down.
"'You will die today Marxists,' I yelled," Breivik recalled.
His testimony was physically revolting. Inside the Oslo court, a man who lost his son on the island closed his eyes hard, squeezing them shut. Another man to his left put a comforting hand to his shoulder. A woman to his right clutched onto him, resting her forehead against his arm.
He called the Islamist al-Qaida "the most successful revolutionary movement in the world" and said it should serve as an inspiration to far-right militants, even though their goals are different.
"I have studied each one of their actions, what they have done wrong, what they have done right," Breivik said of al-Qaida. "We want to create a European version of al-Qaida."
Comparing himself to a Japanese "banzai" warrior during World War II, Breivik said too many Norwegian men were "feminized, cooking food and showing emotions."
The biggest decision for the Norwegian Court is to decide whether or not Breivik is insane. We would perhaps all like him to be insane for if he is not, then he is just like us.
If declared sane, Breivik could face a maximum 21-year prison sentence or an alternate custody arrangement that would keep him locked up as long as he is considered a menace to society. If found insane, he would be committed to psychiatric care for as long as he's considered ill.
Christin Bjelland, a spokeswoman for a massacre support group, was horrified by Breivik's testimony.
"I'm going back to my hometown tonight," she told The Associated Press. "My husband, he's going to drive me out to the sea, and I'm going to take a walk there and I'm going to scream my head off."
Eichmann laughed all night.
Bells should ring
for our peaceful sister
mauled by the evil
come back from the grave.
Ring your bells in Warsaw
for our peaceful sister
revisited by the specter
you know so well.
In Paris, Brussels
Lublin and Krakow
and yes, Berlin
be aware the evil lurks among us
We have seen him
staring from old posters
singing to our children
come to life again
Evil with the handsome face.
Ring your bells for our peaceful sister
Throw open wide your holy doors
be aware he has returned
This time ye shall not wait.