Anders Behring Breivik, the Christian-supremacist terrorist in Norway, wrote that he had "the privilege of experiencing" Turkey, although it is clear that he hates Turks.
When you watch his pre-massacre video and read his 1,500-page book, you can easily see that Turks -the main Muslim threat for Europe in his view, are his greatest ideological enemy. He summarized the Turkish history from the Seljuks in 1071 until the current investigation on the Ergenekon.
Maybe, the tragedy of Norwegians should teach all Europe that Anders Behring Breivik is the product of too few multiculturalism, not too much of it.
This is why he -in the words of the Norwegian police- came out of nowhere in Norway, not -say- in Britain.
If we keep up with our current policies, Breivik, with his crusader rhetoric, will be coined as the martyr of a less underground, more openly violent extreme right, which may indeed be on the rise in the future. Breivik will get what he wants when he will have the opportunity for more propaganda during his trial. (Morever, according to the Norwegian laws, he'll be free around 53 years of age even if he got the maximum sentence. Remember Hitler and Mein Kampf!)
Social policies to stop this dangerous trend is the job of European governments and peoples. I can only suggest something about our of their common foreign policy items: An urgent approval of Turkey's EU membership -or an ultimate rejection- might be the part of the solution, not the problem. Like Breivik says, it's all or nothing. Let's do it before he is convicted!