Chuck Colsen tries to explain the senseless slaughter in Norway and how it can be understood, not as the actions of some one who is mentally ill as the Norweigans will most likely think of him as, but as a person who made a decision to do evil. He may have justified it to himself, he may have thought it was for the greater good, but evil is never justified as a means for good. July 27, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Norway is one of the most beautiful places on earth. A Nordic paradise of fjords, coastline, glaciers, forests. Norwegians are rightfully proud of their prosperous, peaceful society. Well, today, Norway is in a state of absolute, total shock in the aftermath of one of the most cold-blooded, heartless acts of terrorism since 9/11. The Norwegians are desperately trying to explain this senseless slaughter. The killer has been described as a right-wing extremist, a fundamentalist Christian, an anti-immigrant fanatic, and mentally ill. Most likely, in my opinion, a fascist.