Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Breivik has had his application to study political science at the University of Oslo rejected. Breivik has since enrolled as a distance student through TAFE in an attempt to make up course credits.
“Thank God they found him sane” said Romulus Hymenswitch, instructor in ‘Expressive Art 101’ at the TAFE campus in Bega. “Sure, he gets a longer sentence but now I get a high-profile student.
While some claim the subject has little relevance to Breiviks desired field of study, Hymenswitch disagrees. “All the great murderers had a truly creative streak. Charles Manson could paint a still-life that could make you understand the futility of existence. Martin Bryant paints some amazing horses. You should see what he does on a canvas, too!”
Breivik is looking forward to the course. “It’ll be good to learn how to express myself in a less murder-y kind of way. If I wait a year or two to go to political science they’ll probably have a module about what I did! I should get at least a credit in that one.”
Reported by David Piepers