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2083 Graphics — the badge of the Justiciar Knight

[ by Charles Cameron — graphic from 2038 manifesto ]


Earlier today, I posted a detail from a portrait of Anders Breivik and commented on the cross in skull motif.

Breivik’s manifesto has a section on medals, regalia and uniforms, and there’s a subsection there titled The badge of the Justiciar Knight, which presents the following image (p. 1101.):


accompanied by this text:

The badge of the Justiciar Knight illustrates a white skull, marked with the symbols of communism, Islam and Nazism on the forehead, impaled on the cross of the martyrs. The background is black. The badge of the Justiciar Knight illustrates our patriotic struggle/ opposition against all three primary hate ideologies of our time: Islam, Multiculturalism (Communism) and Nazism.

The badge of the Justiciar Knight is worn on the left upper arm while the national flag is worn on the right upper arm.

Our military uniform with commendations, insignia and badges should be worn during the trial after a successful operation in cases where the Justiciar Knight survives. The commendations and insignias should be provided post-operation by an Overseer.

In smaller print, Breivik adds:

I ordered two badges from: Indian Art Company (indianartco@gmail.com). They have a high resolution image on file (file name: dagger and skull). The two badges cost me a total of 220 USD (150 USD for badges and another 70 USD for Fedex shipping).

For what it’s worth, I’ve also found another fairly interesting sword in skull graphic:


This one can be found in at least a dozen places on the web, and was apparently used by “DNS Team” hackers to deface an Israeli commercial website in January 2009.

11 Responses to “2083 Graphics — the badge of the Justiciar Knight”

  1. slaim Says:

    sure , the world should lokk for the best , not for the worst .
    this mass killer will be hanged and what he did is a bad memory because he is a psycho .
    islam is a religion of justice , tolerance , equity and freedom
    islam (in arabic) means peace .

  2. Charles Cameron Says:

    Judaism, Christianity and Islam all contain what I call "landmines in the garden" — the garden in question being the peace preached in their scriptures (the "peaceable kingdom", paradise, firdaws), and the landmines being those parts of their scriptures and hagiographies which can be used to justify killing…

    I Samuel 15.3 (New JPS Tanakh) — Now go, attack Amalek, and proscribe all that belongs to him, Spare no one, but kill alike men and women, infants and sucklings, oxen and sheep, camels and asses!
    Matthew 10.34 (KJV) — Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
    Qur’an 9.111 (Pickthal) — Lo! Allah hath bought from the believers their lives and their wealth because the Garden will be theirs: they shall fight in the way of Allah and shall slay and be slain. It is a promise which is binding on Him in the Torah and the Gospel and the Qur’an. Who fulfilleth His covenant better than Allah? Rejoice then in your bargain that ye have made, for that is the supreme triumph.

    Whether Breivik should be called a Christian terrorist, or bin Laden an Islamic terrorist, or both should be considered political rather than religious figures, how these scriptures should be and variously are interpreted, and whether Christianity or Islam is more prone to violence, or makes of it an obligation, and if so, under what circumstances and with what constraints — all of these are significant questions…
    However, they are not the topic here — my context is the importance of graphics as a matter for analysis, and what I am trying to discuss specifically is the "transpierced skull" imagery used by jihadist and justiciar alike…

  3. Paul Kretkowski Says:

    Dopy bunch of Muslims, if Muslim they be: the Arabic on the swords’ guard is inverted. Where the image creators probably meant to write:

    Muhammad [is the]
    messenger [of]

    which is a routine part of the shahada, in this rendition it reads, from upper to lower:

    god [is the]
    messenger [of]

    which is quite a switch from orthodoxy.

  4. Charles Cameron Says:

    Not having any Arabic, I hadn’t seen that…  many thanks! — now, would that be shirk, bida, or both?
    I also find the shape of the haft / hilt of the sword very strange — Frazetta-esque, perhaps, or something along those lines?

  5. zen Says:

    Hi Paul,
    "which is quite a switch from orthodoxy."
    Or just practice rather than theory 😉

  6. Nikolai Hoftun Says:

    I think Anders Behring Breivik see himself as a justice fighter and since he has used several years on his manifest, several different points has been created by his mind. He was a politician in the right wing in politics, and I think too it is very frustrated that the left government is so power-arrogant and breaks law and do whatever they want to if they gain on it! I actually do understand the killer, but do not agree to his methods. It should be possible to change Norway without killing the opponents.
    It is possible for sick people to take treathening words from terrorist leaders in Islam more serious than not-sick people. In Norway we have a man called Mullah Krekar, not is not in jail even though he repeatedly say that muslims must kill western people, fight against them in muslim war, threatening politicians at the right side in politics, but not get arrested becouse the left side is in government.
    I can actually as a norwegian see that many sick people can see this as a war between left and right side in politics in Norway! Think it is not random that he chosed to kill left side in politics instead of muslims! 
    The government at the left side in politics understood that this was a crime against the left side politics and not Islam and muslims, therefor they went out to press against politicians on the right side (that had not killed anyone) and blaimed them for the murders.

  7. None Says:

    Islam is a religion of peace.That is the official word to all kafirs. Taqiyya. Naskh. Abrogation.

  8. PESKY Says:

    i completely agree with breivik, i wouldn’t kill loads of people but i have the same beliefes on multiculturism

    we have muslim hate preachers here in england that actively recruit young muslims to fight against the western world, it makes me sick they are aloud to do this. we have one that we are fighting to deport yet we arn’t aloud as his human rights in his native country of jordon will be breached, really who cares get them out!

    i have nothing against all muslims however i completely disagree with them entering our country and trying to change the way we live, and i can only imagine they would feel the same way. i wouldn’t dream of going to another country that has avast majority religion and trying to change it just because i was different, its therebloody country and their religion who are we as outsioders to change it? imgine if christains began to build churches all over muslim countries, i can garentee it wouldn’t be aloud in such a blaze manner as it is with them in prodominantley christian countries

  9. zen Says:

     i wouldn’t kill loads of people but….”
    I strongly advise that you kill not even one person. Just saying. 

  10. Ruben Says:

    Most of you are all misinformed or ignorant, do not use phrases from the old testament of the bible, it is a testament that no longer is practiced. Look to the new testament, what you find there is all but love. Islam rapes girls with blonde hair, because that is what they do. History has shown again and again that you cannot co-exist peacefully with Islam. The only thing you can do is to isolate it as our forefathers have done for the last 1400 years. If “islam” means peace does not make islam a peaceful religion, even Satan can tell you he comes in peace, then he rapes your ass and kills you. 

  11. Charles Cameron Says:

    Opening your comment here by calling “most of” our writers and readers “all misinformed or ignorant” does little to recommend your views, which are in any case mistaken regarding the Old Testament, of which the Catechism of the Catholic Church says [Pt 1 Sect 1 Ch 2 art 3, 121-123]:

    The Old Testament is an indispensable part of Sacred Scripture. Its books are divinely inspired and retain a permanent value, for the Old Covenant has never been revoked.
    Indeed, “the economy of the Old Testament was deliberately so oriented that it should prepare for and declare in prophecy the coming of Christ, redeemer of all men.” “Even though they contain matters imperfect and provisional,” the books of the Old Testament bear witness to the whole divine pedagogy of God’s saving love: these writings “are a storehouse of sublime teaching on God and of sound wisdom on human life, as well as a wonderful treasury of prayers; in them, too, the mystery of our salvation is present in a hidden way.”
    Christians venerate the Old Testament as true Word of God. The Church has always vigorously opposed the idea of rejecting the Old Testament under the pretext that the New has rendered it void (Marcionism).

    And that’s not even considering Judaism, which would not exist without the Old Testament, which they revere as Torah, Nevi’im and Ketuvim.
    Why then should I expect you to hold an informed opinion on Islam, another major (and diverse) world religion? 

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