The far-right Norwegian Anders Breivik Behring, tried for the slaughter of 77 people last year in his country, wanted to kill the whole of the Norwegian Government to place a bomb near a ton in the neighborhood of the ministries of Oslo, explained. "The primary objective was to kill all the Norwegian Government, including the prime minister," said the extremist right-wing on the fourth day of his trial. Breivik has also explained that since 2006 has been prepared for their attacks, training with video games.On the fourth day of his trial in Oslo, Breivik has been reported that in 2006 when she was 27 and returned to live in the house of his mother, was isolated socially to play the video game 'World of Warcraft' to 16 or 17 hours per day. "Some dream to circumnavigate the world in a sailboat, others dream of playing golf. I dreamed of playing 'World of Warcraft," said the extremist right-wing court. According to Breivik, "is not a violent game," but was the game that allowed him to "mental preparation" for the slaughter that would perpetrate five years later. The confessed murderer has been reported that also played quite a 'Modern Warfare', a simulation game shots. "I especially liked this game, but good for training," he said. From that time on video games, he explained, he knew that subsequently executed a "suicide operation" because I did not think to survive the attacks of July 22, 2011. Furthermore, he assured, I knew that would not die without having made "the dream of a lifetime." The original idea was revealed last year was to make three attempts to pump and then the shooting Utoeya. "The plan was three cars loaded with bombs followed by the shooting," said Breivik. Shortly later went on to train in a shooting club, and got weapons to which baptized with names inspired by Norse mythology: Gugnir called his rifle and his pistol Glock Mjoelner. Even your car called Sleipner. Decapitate the former prime minister About Utoya, Breivik has been clear. "The goal was not to kill 69 people, the goal was to kill everyone," he told the court trying him in Oslo. At the time of the attack on the island had 560 people participating in youth camp of the Labour Party. However, the murderer confessed that he assumed that most were over 18 years. "Up to July 23 believed that none of those in Utoya was less than 16 years," said the far-right, adding that he intended to kill children. Has been justified on the grounds that young people fleeing they turned and, not seeing their faces, could not calculate its age. Its main objective was the former Norwegian prime minister , who dreamed of beheading in front of the cameras. She was their "more attractive target," but had already left the island when he arrived. His next target was the leader of the Young Social Democrats, Eskil Pedersen. The remaining youths thought pushing the sea in panic to drown. His idea was to film the slaughter altogether, but the plan was frustrated because he could not buy an iPhone, according to his unusual statements. Waiver of greeting extremist Upon arrival to the courts estaa morning, Breivik has done for the first time since the process began three days ago, the greeting extremist right arm and fist to enter the room. His lawyer, Lippestad Gier, yesterday advised him not to do it again, after receiving a complaint from one of the legal representatives of the families of the victims and survivors of the slaughter, which they considered inappropriate. Breivik's trial, scheduled to last ten weeks, should serve to determine the degree of mental processing and therefore whether it should be jailed or admitted to a psychiatric facility.