A 29-year-old copycat of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who wanted to carry out a similar attack, has been arrested in the Czech Republic.
Police announced on Saturday, August 18, 2012, that they detained the unidentified man on August 10th in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
"You do not have that Aryan look naturally in Norway," Kristiansen said. "[Adolf] Hitler would have had him on posters. He has the perfect, classic Aryan face. He must have had a facelift."
The same day as Kristiansen's insights, the London Sunday Telegraph quoted a former classmate of Breivik as saying Breivik, boasted in the late 1990s, that he had plastic surgery to look more Aryan.
"I remember we were at a party, and he told me he had had his nose and chin operated on by a plastic surgeon in America," the unidentified school buddy said to the media about this new strange twist.
What is bizarre about all of this is that Norwegians are viewed as rather Aryan.
Why was Kristiansen saying such things? Indeed, she (shown above) looks Aryan. Was her statements in 2011 disinformation?
Wikipedia picks up the next part of the story of Kristiansen by noting she was forced out in 2012:
Janne Kristiansen resigned as PST leader on 18 January 2012 following an open hearing of the parliament's 22 July Committee that same day where she had been summoned to answer questions about Norwegian security and intelligence work. This unfolded after she had answered a direct question from Member of Parliament Akhtar Chaudhry (Socialist Left Party) during the parliament's (Storting) questioning of her. The question was whether Norway has cooperation with Pakistan in the intelligence arena, and Kristiansen's reply was interpreted as a confirmation that the Norwegian Intelligence Service (military intelligence) had in fact a presence in that country. Both the two major news agencies in Norway, however, have written that representatives from the Norwegian Armed Forces have confirmed the presence of the Intelligence Service abroad on a number of previous occasions. This would make it uncertain whether confidential information was revealed during the hearing. In March 2012 police investigations of Kristiansen were dropped by the Bureau for the Investigation of Police Affairs.
A reputed member of the English Defense League could be charged with making online threats of an "Oslo-style" bombing aimed at Muslims, police said.
Police in South Shields did not release the name of the man arrested Saturday [April 21, 2012], The Journal of Newcastle reported. But he was identified online Monday [April 23, 2012] as Kenny Holden, 29, of South Shields.
The threat was made on Facebook pages linked to the EDL, investigators said. Holden allegedly said he would carry out the "Oslo-style" attack in South Shields.