Breivik told the court he considered himself to be living in and fighting against a Marxist dictatorship, headed by the Labour Party, which was destroying what he called the indigenous population.Later, I found that the AP had a little more about Breivik's delusions:
According to Breivik, Western Europe was gradually taken over by "Marxists and multiculturalists" after World War II because it didn't have "anti-communist" leaders like U.S. Sen. Joseph McCarthy. The senator dominated the early 1950s with his sensational but unproven charges of Communist subversion in high government circles in the U.S.and I almost immediately thought of Glenn Beck, Mark Levin and Michael Savage. All 3 have repeatedly accused Pres. Obama of being a Marxist and all 3 are just about as extreme as Breivik.
"But even McCarthy was too moderate," Breivik said.