He’s been unemployed for a year and a half.
He spends his time at the gym and volunteering for the Danish Home Guard on the MHV Holger Danske.
He follows a blogger by the name of Fjordman, and he’s read Anders Behring Breivik’s 2083 manifesto in its entirety.
“Before we can do anything, there must be a we,” it reads somewhere.
He lives in a two-room apartment in St. Olaiparken.
He’s been a member of Conservative Youth and the Danish People’s Party, but never really felt that he belonged in either.
Things aren’t much better in the Home Guard.
In 2083 there are a number of “controversial principles” for a new national conservatism.
The two most important are:
*Revolutionary; believes in the overthrow of all multicultural European governments through armed struggle.
*Supports the deportation of all Muslims from Europe.
He agrees with Breivik, but not with his method.
If it weren’t for Breivik, Lars Løkke Rasmussen would no doubt still be prime minister.
He’s managed to get hold of a blue burka.
It covers everything, even his eyes, and lies neatly folded in his little backpack between his feet.
Today’s just a reconnaissance mission.
- Getting inside
- Getting out again.
It’s fine with him that the nation’s two largest newspapers, Jylland’s Posten and Politiken, have merged in the same building.