Norwegian activist and blogger Torstein Viddal discusses shortcomings of his country's police and security services on 22nd July during last summer's Oslo bomb and Utoya island massacre of young Labour party activists by Neo-Nazi freemason Anders Breivik. First interpretation into English of elements of the Commission report which show a series of police and state security services' shortcomings. Were there any policemen or judges in Breivik's masonic lodges? Why did he only attend Oslo masonic temple for initiation ceremonies and not the rest of the year? How many lodges was he a member of? Discussion of Breivik's peculiar ideological blend of Zionism and Nazism. Torstein's flat in central Oslo is only 200 yards from the bombed government building and that day he was out taking pictures.