Re: Mixed feelings
I heard that the Breivik manifesto was huge, you've read all of it?
I don't think forbidding the document is useful, even if it could be done; nutjobs have already a wealth of pamphlets, so another one isn't going to change much, instead it made the document desirable and make the NZ gov look like censors.
It would be better to be in the open, to be studied by journalists, psychologists, sociologists and criminologists and ridiculed in public. Perhaps an informational version could be done, like it was done with Mein Kampf when it entered the public domain: with a foreword and annotations by historians .