aug 092011
 

Like Pim Fortuyn before him, Breivik embodies the intersection between rightist populism and liberal political correctness

In Anders Behring Breivik’s ideological self-justification as well as in reactions to his murderous act there are things that should make us think. The manifesto of this Christian “Marxist hunter” who killed more than 70 people in Norway is precisely not a case of a deranged man’s rambling; it is simply a consequent exposition of “Europe’s crisis” which serves as the (more or less) implicit foundation of the rising anti-immigrant populism – its very inconsistencies are symptomatic of the inner contradictions of this view.

Lees verder op de site van The Guardian

  2 Responses to “Leestip: Slavoj Žižek over Anders Breivik & Pim Fortuyn”

  1. What a load of gobbledygook.

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