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    Default The norwegian killer

    Obviously an unhealthy INTJ at his worst.
    Ennegram trifix 3w4-1w9-6w5 (in random order).

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    From what I understand, he killed people in an attempt to try and stop Muslims from coming into his country by killing those who belonged to a political party that supported Muslim immigration. I think, someone correct me if I am wrong. I also read in a recent report that he wanted to renew, or at least identified with, being a Knight Templar. Sounds like a crazy ass 1 honestly:

    1w2 > 6w5 > ?

    Not sure on JCF or heart type; why did you choose INTJ and 3w4?

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    I understand where you're getting the enneatype from, not at all understanding why you're thinking he's an INTJ. Care to explain?

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    he cant be INTJ, he spared the life of a 11 year old begging for his life. That should be evidence enough.

    So Im not pointed out as trolling:
    Id say an unoriginal paranoid "realist" ISTP

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    Enneagram 1 (I wrote 1w9 but I can see the 1w2 too) is the most visible, and 6w5.
    I think also 3w4 because he called himself "the greatest monster after ww2" (psycophatic narcissism and extreme workaholism toward his goal).

    About mbti INTJ, I'm really surprised because for what I've read about him I can't see any other type.
    Mad overload Ni long-range vision about a possible 2083 "better world" with the tertiary Fi fanaticism (Ni-Fi loop), Te organization in details and last function Se come out crazy in ultraviolence.
    If I had to say a fictional charcater he reminds me, I'd say Light Yagami.

    Curious about your thoughts, maybe I could see ENTJ (but he was descripted a reserved nerd). But other types??!!
    ISTP fits the hitman profile... but only that... he can't be a perceiver...
    BTW, I don't know if similar persons are really typable...:horor:

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    I concur with INTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcontent View Post
    Obviously an unhealthy INTJ at his worst.
    ISTJ is more probable
    and I doubt he is more unhealthy than most people from psychiatric point of view

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    ISTJ is more probable
    I've read a chunk of his manifesto. He's definitely using Ni and not Si.

    and I doubt he is more unhealthy than most people from psychiatric point of view
    He does appear to be sane. He's just a really bad person.

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    ISFJ.
    Artes, Scientia, Veritasiness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    ISFJ.
    You always say that!
    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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