I also note that you have neglected so far to address the request I raised on your talk page that relates to conflict of interest.
The phrase "first documented initiative" does not appear to be supported by any source, and so the sentence should be rephrased to avoid making this claim. More essays like this: Hopefully this is an acceptable solution given the now available references that discuss this matter.
It is unknown if he was involved in the foundation of the NDL. Perhaps you can clarify this point? It is probably acceptable to include what you added as additional speculation in the context of the original section on Breivik, but you are just making thing worse with your new supposed "background" section for the group.
Secondly, I really disapprove of such one-edit complete overhauls of already decent, full-length, articles as they can make assessment of the actual changes being made difficult to make.
Latvian media as well as The Daily Telegraph reflects very well the actual story and concentrate on it during the whole article even though Nra.
There seems to have been some commingling of the references. Seems it would be appropriate to keep it after all. I believe that the National varieties of English MoS section gives clear support for this.
In fact, FormerIP explicitly rejects your position, writing among other things: As both I and the third opinion editor above have opined this should be presented prominently, not just as part of the preexisting Breivik section several sub-sections into the history section.
The police have already published the names of 41 victims so far.
There could of course be an added header called "Early discussion" or something similar, except it would be rather contrary to the MoS to have a section consisting of only one sentence. What we cannot do, I think, is to furnish the information with a caveat lector not to read this particular information as part of the organizational history of the NDL.
The argument for British English has not been fully expounded although User: Though the organization itself has chosen British English spelling for the word Defence and has a strong connection with the English Defence League I assert that this does not sufficiently constitute the strong ties to British English which is discussed in MOS: What is not okay however, is to suggest for the reader a false narrative, not supported by any sources, that the forum post was the big progenitor to the formation of the NDL.
Yes, it is of course an interesting piece of information, but only in the context of the terrorist, not in the context of the history of the NDL of which it has no real relevance at all.Talk:Norwegian Defence League Having now made an initial analysis of the changes introduced in the edit by Filippusson, my concern is amplified manifold.
for establishing a Norwegian sister organization to the English Defence League had occurred in a forum post by Anders Behring Breivik, the accused Norwegian spree killer.
Norwegian Killer Anders Behring Breivik: Article Analysis Essay Sample While disbursement hours oppugning the ego – confessed slayer Anders Behring Breivik constabularies found out that he had a much more ambitious program with other marks which would include authorities edifices.
the Labour Party central office. and the royal. Nov 03, · Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian pronunciation: ; born 13 February ) is a Norwegian far-right terrorist who committed the Norway attacks.
On 22 July he killed eight people by detonating a van bomb amid the Regjeringskvartalet in Oslo, then shot dead 69 participants of a Workers' Youth League (AUF) summer. Norwegian Killer Anders Behring Breivik: Article Analysis Essay Sample.
While spending hours questioning the self – confessed killer Anders Behring Breivik police found out that he had a much more ambitious plan with other targets which would include government buildings, the Labour Party headquarters, and the royal palace in the center of the city.
Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik, who is being charged for explosions in Oslo and the tragic events in Utoeya Island, was planning more explosions in the capital of Norway – Oslo, writes the newspaper Dagbladet. The Inexplicable Inside the mind of a mass killer.
Anders Behring Breivik said that he was going to make his father proud.
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