Norway Massacre
July 30, 2011 By Alicia Ramsay

A 32-year-old Norwegian extremist went on a shooting rampage to "save Norway" and Western Europe from "cultural Marxism and Muslim domination" on Friday, July 22. Norwegian leaders are labeling the massacre as one of the worst postwar killings in Europe.

Anders Behring Breivik confessed to the bombing in Oslo, Norway and the shooting that at a summer camp run by the liberal Norwegian Labor party on a nearby island, killing approximately 87 people.

Recent revelation portrays Breivik as a narcissist obsessed with his physical appearance as was detailed in his 2-year-old, 1,500 page manifesto.

"Visit a male salon if possible and apply light makeup," said Breivik in hopes of inspiring upcoming anti-islamic extremists. "Yes, I know - this might sound repulsive to big bad@#$ warriors like us, but we must look our best for the shoot."

Breivik claimed that authorities often publicized photos of him not looking his best and so wanted to look sharp during the massacre.

According to the NY Daily News, Breivik's obsession with his looks is nothing new. He underwent plastic surgery in the U.S to improve his chances of gaining a significant other. He was never a popular candidate among the ladies and hoped that undergoing the change would increase his chances of finding a girlfriend.

Brevik underwent surgery on his forehead, nose and chin. Soon after, he began lifting weights and consumed muscle builders to keep fit.

"This whole case has indicated that he's insane," said Breivik's lawyer, Geir Lippestad, according to The New York Times. Lipperstad further described the suspect as "very cold."

Breivik is being held in isolation under a suicide watch and will plead insanity as a defense when his case reaches the trial stage. He is expected to be arraigned on Monday on charges of terrorism.

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