Christian terrorist complains of torture in prison because A) He is beaten on a daily basis. B) He “only” gets a PS2 and doesn’t get his favorite games.

In 2011 Anders Breivik bombed a building in Oslo and then went on a murderous rampage killing 77 people in total, most of them teenagers at Workers’ Youth League camp, before being captured.  He did this to draw attention to his manifesto which closes with “I believe Europe should strive for: A cultural conservative approach where monoculturalism, moral, the nuclear family, a free market, support for Israel and our Christian cousins of the east, law and order and Christendom itself must be central aspects (unlike now).”

In his defense, that’s how god used to treat non-believers in the old testament.  And if letting the godless burn for eternity is “love”, I can see how Breivik might be confused.

Anyway, he’s now rotting in prison where he belongs (if he were god, he’d be in heaven with followers praising him for being perfectly good), and Breivik doesn’t care much for the conditions.  He has only been given a Playstation 2 and he doesn’t get to pick his games.  This, he says, is torture:

Mass-murderer Anders Breivik has issued a second letter of complaint about the conditions he’s endured in a Norwegian prison since killing 77 teenagers attending a conference for the youth wing of a left-wing political party (here’s the first, which runs to 27 pages and features a demand for moisturizer). This time around, Breivik is upset that he is forced to use an outdated Playstation 2 and isn’t allowed to choose his own games; wants his uncomfortable cell-chair replaced with an armchair or sofa; and more. He threatens a hunger-strike if his 12 demands are not met.

The man who gave no concern to the lives of others think decisions should now be made in the interest of his comfort?  Take away the PS2 and his chair and let the son of bitch starve himself.

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When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.