…in Breivik’s 1,500-page diatribe, I was mentioned precisely twice.
The first time was a quote from an article in this newspaper about family breakdown.
The second was another article about the revelation by a former civil servant that the previous Labour government had kept the public in the dark about a covert policy of mass immigration.
Breivik made no mention of anything I had written about Muslims, Islamic terrorism or Islamisation. (…)
In the Toronto Star, columnist Heather Mallick wrote that unlike ‘almost everyone else praised by the killer’, I had not said I was horrified by the atrocity in Norway.
Not only that, but whereas everyone else had wept at the murder of schoolchildren, ‘she [Phillips] spits’.
But, on the contrary, I had written on my own website in terms far stronger than many other writers that there could never be any excuse for mass murder.
And the quote from my writing on which she based her ‘spitting’ claim was actually not about the atrocity at all, but about the people using those murders to foment just this kind of hatred.