Here's what is frightening -- back on November 4, a "Sudanese" man hijacked a bus in Norway and slaughtered everyone on board. Beheaded them, perhaps; we don't know. We don't know because law enforcement, in collusion with the media, has released no information on the murderer.
Three weeks and counting -- a Sudanese man with a machete hacks Nords to death, but law enforcement and the enemedia refuse to release his name.
The only obvious reason why they wouldn't release his name would be so as not to increase "Islamophobia," whereas if the perp were a South Sudanese Christian, there would be no reason as all not to release his name.
The victims were quickly identified. The Local reported:
The man is accused of killing the bus driver, Arve Haug Bagn (55) and Margaret Molland Sanden, a 19-year-old biotechnology student at the Oslo and Akerhus University College of Applied Sciences. Brahim Khouya, who was identified as a health worker in his 50s from Gothenburg, Sweden.Police believe that the three victims were the only people on the bus when the man attacked.
Bente Dalåker, who runs the reception centre where the killer was housed, said that staff had not noticed anything unusual about him in the time since he arrived on 26 August."We did not notice that he could do such a thing. No one has reported that he could be dangerous," Dalåker said.
Why was the lone madman of Norway, Anders Brevik's name was released immediately and not this murderer? The media and political elites exploited the madness of Breivik from the moment he pulled the trigger, and blamed anyone fighting for freedom and western law ...... to this very day, while they cover, dissemble and obfuscate for jihad.
"The bus was on the side of the road, so we stopped our car and ran over," one of those on the scene told TV2."It was impossible to open the doors.""Then we saw a dark-skinned person inside the bus. At first, we thought he was trying to get out but then saw he was moving around with a knife, and we realized that the situation was quite different."According to police, the man was held by firemen until 6.45pm when the first police arrived, one hour and 15 minutes after they were first notified."The person came out voluntarily from the bus and was arrested by the firefighters. He had already thrown down the knife," Magne Knutsen of the Årdal police told VG.The bus, the Valdres Express, travels the four-hour journey from the mountainous region of Valdres to Oslo , nd was hijacked between the towns of Årdal and Tyin in Sogn og Fjordane county.The attack marks the second time the Valdres Express has been hijacked. In 2003, it was hijacked by a mentally disturbed 26-year-old Ethiopian man who stabbed the driver to death.
And what was his name?