Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet reports that Anders Behring Breivik told police investigators he was inspired by a secret anti-Islamic network called the Four Freedoms Community (FFC). FFC is run by British businessman Alan Lake, who preaches his messages through person contact, business cards, and secret meetings in two churches in London.
Dagbladet repeatedly tried to contact Lake without response. In an interview with Dagbladet in December, Lake denied he was the English mentor Breivik described in his manifest.
According to police interrogations following the Norwegian terror attack, the organization's 'inner circle' meets in two churches to discuss the war against Islam. One participant said Alan Lake's agenda was to mold those present by brainwashing them. Another said that Lake urged participants to lie to the media and police.