Originally Posted by VidaRed
"But this does not mean we want to introduce a Christian theocracy. We are not Christian fundamentalists. I believe in God and I believe in a life after death."
Another lie from his Manifesto, then. He claimed to not believe in a personal God, but doing it for cultural reasons. Either that, or he's lying now. It's quite pitiful, the way he tried to create an image of himself in his manifesto that simply isn't true.
I think he got what he wanted when he was captured, and interrogated. He felt important. But from what I've seen and heard of how the trial is going, he's liking it less and less. The lawyers aren't just letting him quote is manifesto, they're contradicting his words, etc. This is the true punishment for Breivik, making him realize his story isn't believed anymore.