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James S. Robbins is senior editorial writer for foreign affairs at The Washington Times.

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This is an undated image obtained from the Twitter page of Anders Behring Breivik, 32, who was arrested July 22, 2011, in connection to the twin attacks on a youth camp and a government building in Oslo, Norway. (Associated Press/Twitter)

Exclusive: The Oslo Terrorist in His Own Words: Bomber Predicted “Europe soon will burn once again”

Suspected Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, in custody following a shooting and bombing rampage on July 22 that left 92 people dead, believes that the number of Muslims in Western Europe is “reaching critical mass” and that “there is a core of Cultural Communist elites in Western Europe who really want to destroy Western civilization, European traditions, national solidarity and Christianity.” But he believes an impending economic meltdown will generate armed grassroots resistance in Europe. He spelled out his beliefs in what he saw as the threats to the European identity posed by radical Muslims and multiculturalists in a series of messages obtained exclusively by The Washington Times.

Palestinian children hold Palestinian flags and a blue-and-white Greek flag as they demonstrate in support of the Gaza-bound flotilla in the port of Gaza City, Gaza Strip, on Sunday, July 3, 2011. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

TRR: Peaceniks Discover Big Boy Rules

Give the good ship Juliano some props -- literally. The Swedish-flagged craft was in the Greek port of Piraeus as part of a flotilla seeking to challenge Israel’s naval security cordon around Gaza when, according to flotilla organizers, “hostile divers destroyed the [ship’s] propeller house and cut the propeller shaft.” It seems that someone one-upped the peaceniks’ attempt to create an international incident.

You Say You Want a (Reagan) Revolution?

Was John Lennon secretly a Ronald Reagan fan? The very idea must suggest “the end of times” to peacenik idolaters of the late musician, but according to Mr. Lennon’s last personal assistant John Seaman, the former Beatle “made it very clear that if he were an American he would vote for Reagan.”

Glenn Beck’s Last Laugh

Liberals are cheering at the end of Glenn Beck's highly rated show on Fox News Channel, thinking it means his exit from the media stage. GBTV, they predict, will be a failure. But they mocked FNC when it started out in 1996, and look what happened. Mr. Beck may have the last laugh.