Heâ€™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 heâ€™s read Anders Behring Breivikâ€™s 2083 manifesto in its entirety.
â€œBefore we can do anything, there must be a we,â€ it reads somewhere.
He lives in a two-room apartment in St. Olaiparken.
Heâ€™s been a member of Conservative Youth and the Danish Peopleâ€™s Party, but never really felt that he belonged in either.
Things arenâ€™t much better in the Home Guard.
In 2083 there are a number of â€œcontroversial principlesâ€ 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 werenâ€™t for Breivik, Lars LÃ¸kke Rasmussen would no doubt still be prime minister.
Heâ€™s managed to get hold of a blue burka.
It covers everything, even his eyes, and lies neatly folded in his little backpackÂ between his feet.
Todayâ€™s just a reconnaissance mission.
- Getting inside
- Getting out again.
Itâ€™s fine with him that the nationâ€™s two largest newspapers, Jyllandâ€™s Posten andÂ Politiken, have merged in the same building.