In the 1,500-page essay, Breivik describes Belarus as a victim of the 1986 Chyornobyl nuclear accident:
Breivik divides Europeans into three races, including Belarus among those countries with a high percentage of Nordic people. He writes in his manifesto that in Belarus -- particularly in the northern part -- was about 55 percent Nordic before 1900. Now it is about 30 percent, he says, and by 2070, he predicts that figure will be not more than 15 percent. In his list of nationalist parties in Eastern Europe, Breivik includes Syarhey Haidukevich's Liberal Democratic Party.
He writes that the first country that tries to escape the hegemony of the EUSSR/USA will face considerable problems. "That is why I don't think Italy or any other small country will have the courage to go first. Even Serbia chose the protection of the EUSSR/USA instead of risking becoming another Belarus."
In addition to Belarus, Breivik claims to have studied Switzerland, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, France, Austria, Hungary, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, the United States, Turkey, Mexico, China, Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire, and Liberia.
* UPDATE: Police on July 25 revised the combined death toll downward from 93 to 76, eight from the Oslo bombing and 68 from the gun attack on Utoeya Island.
-- RFE/RL's Belarus Service