He is American, early 20s - and worships a mass murderer is on the third day of the trial against Anders Breivik, Kevin forts may be seen as a pen pal of the accused. Breiviks insane ideology we support it in a small but growing scene of Islam-haters.
The young man with black hair and piercing glance, his arms behind his back. He wants to act decisively and courageously for the photographer. His parents and friends would have dissuaded him from this step, says Kevin forts from Worcester, Mass., "but I want that these views are represented in the mass media that demonize but otherwise Anders Breivik only," says the 23-year-old reporters from the Norwegian newspaper "VG".
Forts shares the views of the mass murderer Anders Breivik Behring, the tabloid shows him in a long article: "I represent a nationalist alternative, as Breivik," he says. Forts to write letters to the assassin exchanged with him ideologically. As proof, he shows one of the letters he has received from the mass murderer from the prison cell. Breivik praises to the somewhat haggard Americans acting: "I have received letters from supporters from 20 countries, but you seem to be someone who can write well," quoted "VG" in a letter to Breiviks forts: "Yes, I am absolutely keen to discuss ideological issues with you and think about how we can work together. "
There may be need for admiration, which urges young Americans into the open now. Ever since the attacks of 22 July has the right, anti-Islamic scene largely withdrawn from the digital public. Her protagonists, who used the Internet by then a lively exchange, rushed to refrain from acts Breiviks distance - especially Fjordman, a Norwegian blogger who used to act with Breivik a lively exchange of ideas and is regarded as a kind of ideological mentor. "It is painfully clear that Breivik interested in anything larger than themselves," the Islamophobic author ongoing process since this week against Breivik writes in his blog.
Most go on to Breivik distance - but not Kevin forts: "Utøya served as a shock that should awaken the people," says Fort, Breiviks deeds he calls "heroic". It is thus an exceptional case, a national right ideologue, justifies the Breiviks murders. So much devotion Breivik surprised even himself, who thought he had overtaxed his comrades with the brutality of his actions.