At more than 1,500 pages long and nearly a decade in the making, the manifesto detailing Norwegian mass-killer Anders Behring Breivik's murderous "crusade" gives a chilling picture of a self-confessed "monster."
It was designed to bring about the revolution he says is needed to end a centuries-long Muslim colonisation of Europe.
Behring Breivik, the 32-year-old now in police custody, draws together decades of academic research and serves up a dedicated diary of bomb-making subterfuge. The final entry comes just moments before Friday's Oslo carnage.
"I will be labelled as the biggest (Nazi-)monster ever witnessed since WW2," says the "Marxist Hunter" in what is at times a rambling, at times bewilderingly detailed thesis.
In it, it reveals his admiration for Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and calls for adherents to spawn large families of white European 'jihadists.'
"If you are not willing to sacrifice your own life, then I would strongly advise you to make babies and ensure that they will be willing to sacrifice theirs when the time is right," he says at one point.
"I believe this will be my last entry," the document states before closing with a series of posed pictures in old-fashioned military uniform or with an assault rifle -- and those sharp, piercing eyes that have stared out of newspapers worldwide since his arrest in the hours following the carnage.