This leftist is on record as characterising Islam by "two words: togetherness and sharing" and speculating that Freemasonry might have played a role in Anders Breivik's decision to commit mass murder:
"Not the Freemasons as an organization, but I’m thinking of the loyalty oaths. He probably has a number of solidarity, loyalty networks that are very obscure and very hidden. Being well versed in history, making his mistakes, but knowing more than many, many people in Norway do, he has links to Judeo-Christian history, to the Crusades."He's also speculated that the Mossad might have been involved,and made other judeophobic assertions,including hints at overweening Jewish power in American academic life: "seventy percent of the professors at the 20 most important American universities are Jewish".
"The Jews control U.S. media, and divert for the sake of Israel," he has alleged.
"Six Jewish companies control 96% of the media," he has written, adding that although Rupert Murdoch is not Jewish,many of Murdoch's employees are, and that "Many of them are fanatically pro-Israel."
"I wonder how many people with such strong opinions on the book have even read it. It is impossible to do so today without thinking of Goldman Sachs."Reports the Israeli leftwing newspaper Ha'aretz:
'Galtung’s repeated anti-Semitic remarks were exposed by the website of the Norwegian periodical, “Humanist.” (http://humanist.no) Some of the comments were made during a lecture at the University of Oslo last summer, and others were written by Galtung in response to an article critical of him that was published in the periodical.
Among other claims, Galtung stated that there is a possible link between Anders Behring Breivik, responsible for massacring dozens of children in Norway last summer, and Jewish and Israeli factions. The connection is supposedly based on the fact that the murderer has ties to the “Freemasons” organization, “which has Jewish origins,” according to Galtung. The supposed connection to Israel is through the Mossad – which Galtung believes might have given Breivik his orders.
In the same breath, Galtung mentioned a conspiracy theory, linking last summer’s massacre in Norway with the attack on the King David Hotel, carried out by the Etzel in 1946 – both attacks took place on July 22. He finished with this astonishing claim: “It will be interesting to read the [Norwegian] police report on Israel, during the trial." ....
Gad Yair, a sociology professor at Hebrew University, was the first to expose Galtung’s anti-Semitic remarks in Israel. Yair wrote about Galtung in his blog. (http://coolcite.com)....'Read the entire newspaper article here