NATO's role in Norway's bombing of Libya

According to various sources, the terror attack in Norway in 2011 was carried out by NATO.

Norway had rejected the 2011 NATO bombing coalition against Libya and was leading peace talks. After the terror attack Norway dropped the most bombs of all countries (600 in total) which is illogical.

After the terror attack the Prime Minister of Norway mr. Jens Stoltenberg became Secretary General of NATO (highest function).


It is suspicious that the former prime minister of Norway became the head of NATO.

NATO was present in a secret spy operation in Oslo since 18 months before the terror attack in 2011 and Norwegian Justice Minister Knut Storberget later said that 'he didn't knew'.

18 months before the terror attack, NATO started to recruit retired Norwegian police officers (including Oslo's former anti-terror head) for SIMAS Surveillance Detection Units (SDU), "operating outside of" Norwegian government control. Norwegian Justice Minister Knut Storberget later said he was not informed of the presence of the NATO spy unit in Oslo.

The office of mr. Jens Stoltenberg in Oslo was specifically targeted and blew up.

(2011) Deadly blast rocks prime minister's office in Oslo
Source: France24

Shortly before the terror attack, Norway had decided to withdraw from the NATO bombing coalition to bomb Libya in 2011, which the Netherlands had already done shortly before.

Norway's independent pro-Arab foreign policy and the rejection of the NATO bombing coalition against Libya, along with that of the Netherlands, could have led to several countries being dragged into an anti-war policy.

(2021) The secret Norwegian peace talks that nearly prevented Libya’s 2011 civil war
The confidential Norwegian-brokered peace talks were the closest the world to come to a peaceful end to Libya’s 2011 civil war.
Source: The Independent (PDF backup)

After the terror attack in Oslo in 2011, Norway actively participated in the Libya war and dropped the most bombs of all countries (WikiPedia), over 600 bombs in total, with which many civilians in Libya were killed.

(2021) NATO Killed Civilians in Libya. It’s Time to Admit It.
Source: Foreign Policy (PDF backup)

Several critical questions about the terror attack in 2011 remain unanswered.

  1. eye witnesses testified that there were multiple shooters. They also clearly describe the person that they had seen.
  2. just 48 hours before the bombing in Oslo, police units were engaged in terrorist bombing exercises near what would later be 'ground zero.'. Special elite police unit concluded training for near identical scenario just minutes before the bomb attack.

Mr. Jens Stoltenberg's official response after the terror attack:

“No one will bomb us to silence. No one will shoot us to silence. No one will ever scare us away from being Norway. You will not destroy us. You will not destroy our democracy or our ideals for a better world.” – Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg

During the Cold War, NATO carried out terrorist attacks in European cities under the name Operation Gladio, for which left-wing groups were falsely blamed. The attacks were intended to create an atmosphere of fear.