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Ole Dammegård: When Terror Struck Norway

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In a shocking turn of events, the peaceful nation of Norway experienced one of the deadliest terrorist attacks on July 22, 2011. The incident involved a bomb explosion in Oslo and a shooting spree on the island of Utøya, resulting in the loss of many innocent lives. However, several inconsistencies and unanswered questions surrounding the official narrative of these events demand further investigation and examination.

One crucial aspect to consider is the presence of a covert operation known as a false flag, where an attack is carried out by one group but made to appear as if another perpetrated it. These false flag operations intended to create fear and panic among the population, allowing those in power to implement stricter security measures and gain greater control over the masses. These operations often involve crisis actors, who are individuals trained to portray victims or witnesses in staged events.

It is essential to approach these events critically, considering what did not happen alongside what did. For instance, the need for more response from the police and emergency services immediately after the explosion raises questions about their preparedness and ability to handle such a crisis. The absence of functioning surveillance cameras and the failure of phone networks also seems suspicious.

Moreover, the actions of specific individuals during the attack raise further concerns. The presence of unidentified people in black uniforms near the blast site and the unusual behaviour of particular individuals, such as filming the aftermath instead of providing immediate aid, are highly questionable. Additionally, the sudden appearance of military personnel and their handling of the situation, including removing wires from the scene and confiscating evidence, adds another layer of doubt.

One significant aspect of the attack was the shooting on the island of Utøya. Eyewitness testimonies and footage suggest that there may have been more than one assailant, as evidenced by the multiple perspectives captured in various recordings. Furthermore, the response from the authorities, including delayed assistance and the mishandling of distress calls, raises concerns about their preparedness and ability to protect the populace.

As with any major incident, it is essential to approach the official narrative with caution and critically examine the evidence available. The inconsistencies and unanswered questions surrounding the Norwegian terror attack 2011 warrant further investigation to uncover the truth. Only by doing so can we strive for justice, accountability, and a safer future.

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