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Norwegian killer Breivik: Slovakia least infected with multiculturalism

Slovakia is the country least infected with multiculturalism in Europe, Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik, who has admitted killing 76 people in Oslo and on a nearby island on July 22, wrote in his 1,516-page manifesto entitled '2083-A European Declaration of Independence'.

Slovakia is the country least infected with multiculturalism in Europe, Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik, who has admitted killing 76 people in Oslo and on a nearby island on July 22, wrote in his 1,516-page manifesto entitled '2083-A European Declaration of Independence'.

Slovakia took first place in a survey that Breivik allegedly carried out on Facebook, contacting "like-minded individuals". Slovakia scored 90 points out of a maximum of 100 along with Slovenia, making them the countries with the lowest levels of "multicultural indoctrination", followed by the Czech Republic on 80 points. The US was given 30 points, the United Kingdom 10, and Germany 8, for example, TASR newswire wrote.

In a chapter devoted to right-wing parties and nationalist organisations, Breivik mentioned the opposition Slovak National Party (SNS) as a nationalist party, while Vladimír Mečiar's extra-parliamentary party Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) was described as anti-immigrant with a question mark, and the organisation Slovenská Pospolitosť was called a nationalist movement.

The Norwegian extremist also categorised countries according to concentration of the Nordic genotype, claiming that this currently reaches 30 percent in Slovakia. He added that if current trends continue, the ratio should fall to 20 percent in 2040 and to only 15 percent in 2070, TASR reported.

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