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« on: March 17, 2019, 12:15:17 am »


from The Washington Post…

Demonizing Muslims and immigrants leads to predictable results

Where does responsibility lie?

By JENNIFER RUBIN | 2:42PM EDT — Friday, March 15, 2019

The New Zealand national flag is flown at half-staff on the Beehive executive wing, at Parliament building in Wellington on Friday evening. — Photograph: Marty Melville/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
The New Zealand national flag is flown at half-staff on the Beehive executive wing, at Parliament buildings in Wellington on Friday evening.
 — Photograph: Marty Melville/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.


THE HORRIFIC MASSACRE in Christchurch, New Zealand, which has taken at least 49 lives, reminds us of the slaughter at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, which reminds us of the murders of innocents in a Charleston, South Carolina, church. White supremacy. Fear of an invasion. Conspiratorial, apocalyptic thinking. The alleged murderer in New Zealand — as in the other incidents — tells us exactly why the attacks occurred.

The Washington Post reports:


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The 74-page manifesto left behind after the attack was littered with conspiracy theories about white birthrates and “white genocide.” It is the latest sign that a lethal vision of white nationalism has spread internationally. Its title, “The Great Replacement”, echoes the rallying cry of, among others, the torch-bearing protesters who marched in Charlottesville in 2017.

President Trump issued a perfunctory message of condolence on Friday and then went back to decrying the special counsel's investigation and claiming victimhood for himself.

I cannot help but think back to the actions President George W. Bush took in the wake of September 11. Bush went to an American mosque just days later. Instead of stoking division and Islamophobia, he told Americans:


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America counts millions of Muslims amongst our citizens, and Muslims make an incredibly valuable contribution to our country. Muslims are doctors, lawyers, law professors, members of the military, entrepreneurs, shopkeepers, moms and dads. And they need to be treated with respect. In our anger and emotion, our fellow Americans must treat each other with respect.

Women who cover their heads in this country must feel comfortable going outside their homes. Moms who wear cover must be not intimidated in America. That's not the America I know. That's not the America I value.

I've been told that some fear to leave; some don't want to go shopping for their families; some don't want to go about their ordinary daily routines because, by wearing cover, they're afraid they'll be intimidated. That should not and that will not stand in America.

Those who feel like they can intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger don't represent the best of America, they represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior.

That is how a responsible leader of a pluralistic democracy that enshrines religious freedom behaves. It might have been Bush's finest moment as president. He knew the temptation was there to blame Muslims indiscriminately for the 9-11 attacks and that anti-Muslim violence and rhetoric would tear at the fabric of American society.

Now we are confronted with yet another white-nationalist attack. The Anti-Defamation League put out a statement, which read in part:


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“This attack underscores a trend that ADL has been tracking: that modern white supremacy is an international threat that knows no borders, being exported and globalized like never before,” said ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt. “The hatred that led to violence in Pittsburgh and Charlottesville is finding new adherents around the world. Indeed, it appears that this attack was not just focused on New Zealand; it was intended to have a global impact.”

As has become a pattern with white supremacist violence, the shooter not only meticulously planned the attack, but also designed it for social media, even live streaming it on Facebook. The fact that his video is still accessible on several social media websites is a reminder that these platforms need to do more to stem the flow of hateful messages and memes on their platforms, especially white supremacist memes targeting Muslims, Jews and other minorities.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the media during a news conference in Wellington. — Photograph: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the media during a news conference in Wellington. — Photograph: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images.

In the third year of Trump's presidency we've witnessed the president stoke irrational and baseless fears of Muslim invaders (hence the travel ban and the lies about Middle East terrorists mixed into the caravan). We've seen him declare that there were “very fine” people were among the neo-Nazi marchers in Charlottesville, who chanted the white nationalist theme (“Jews will not replace us”) — the same “replacement” ideology apparently at the heart of the New Zealand attacks.

Trump has hired advisers who believe the United States is in a life-and-death struggle with Islam, blurring the distinction between members of a worldwide religion and fundamentalists responsible for terrorism attacks. He has falsely labeled acts of terrorism from radicalized people in the United States as evidence of the Muslim threat he tells his followers they should fear. He has virtually ignored right-wing domestic terrordespite its rise in the United States and around the world:


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The threat of far-right political terrorism, for one, is a growing concern in North America and Western Europe, according to the findings. While the United Kingdom, Spain, Finland, Sweden, and Austria were the only countries to experience increases in deaths from terrorism in Western Europe, both Canada and the U.S. experienced increases in total deaths in North America.

Far-right groups and individuals caused 66 deaths and launched 127 attacks in the regions between 2013 and 2017. The majority of attacks, according to the findings, were carried out by lone actors with far-right, white nationalist or anti-Muslim beliefs.

If one wanted to follow Trump's rationale, they'd ban immigration from the countries identified above. But that would be insane, you say, because it ignores the scourge of domestic terrorism and casts suspicion on millions of innocent people. Precisely.

Trump has at his disposal a right-wing media that trumpets his themes and echoes his baseless accusations. The alt-right and white nationalists fill social media with the same blind hatred. Ordinary MAGA fans listen to Trump's venom again and again.

In this cauldron of Islamophobia, racism and xenophobia, we have seen a sizable increase — 17 percent in 2017 — in hate crimes in the United States. What did we expect would happen?

Did Trump “cause” the mosque killing? No. The murderer(s) are responsible for the deaths of innocents, for the assault on religious freedom, for an act of unimaginable evil. Does Trump contribute to the broader problem, amplifying rather than discouraging (as Bush did) Islamophobia? Yes. Does Trump give legitimacy to “replacement” ideology by creating a moral equivalence between its proponents and anti-Nazi protesters? Yes. Does he prefer to fuel fear of Muslims at the expense of taking serious and sustained effort against right-wing terrorism? Absolutely.

Bush put it best: “Those who feel like they can intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger don't represent the best of America, they represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior.” He never conceived that such a person would occupy the Oval Office.


Worshippers pray for victims and families of the Christchurch, New Zealand, shootings during a Friday-evening vigil at a mosque in Lakemba, New South Wales, Australia. — Photograph: Mark Goudkamp/via Associated Press.
Worshippers pray for victims and families of the Christchurch, New Zealand, shootings during a Friday-evening vigil at a mosque in Lakemba,
New South Wales, Australia. — Photograph: Mark Goudkamp/via Associated Press.


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Jennifer Rubin writes reported opinion from a center-right perspective for The Washington Post. She covers a range of domestic and foreign policy issues and provides insight into the conservative movement, the Republican Party and threats to Western democracies. Rubin, who is also an MSNBC contributor, came to The Post after three years with Commentary magazine. Prior to her career in journalism, Rubin practiced labor law for two decades, an experience that informs and enriches her work. She is a mother of two sons and lives in Northern Virginia.

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from The Washington Post…

Australia provided fertile ground for Islamophobic culture, experts say

The alleged gunman's rhetoric, and the target, suggest the influence
of a newer, global and Internet-inspired extremism.


By ADAM TAYLOR and RICK NOACK | 6:41PM EDT — Friday, March 15, 2019

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on March 15, 2019, condemned the deadly attack on two mosques in New Zealand on Friday afternoon. — Photograph: James Gourley/Getty Images.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on March 15, 2019, condemned the deadly attack on two mosques in New Zealand on Friday afternoon.
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SHORTLY AFTER the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, that left 49 people dead Friday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed that the primary suspect was an Australian citizen and denounced him as a right-wing “terrorist.”

“We stand here and condemn absolutely the attack that occurred today by an extremist, right-wing, violent terrorist,” Morrison told a news conference.

Authorities in New Zealand arrested a suspect and charged him with murder but have not released his name. In a manifesto published online before the attack, the alleged gunman describes himself as “an ordinary white man, 28 years old. Born in Australia to a working class, low income family.”

Australian media reports have suggested that the man worked as a personal trainer in Grafton, a city in the state of New South Wales, after graduating from school in 2009 and before leaving to travel in Europe and Asia two years later.

It remains unclear whether he had established links to far-right groups, but such groups have been active in Australia for decades. Some experts say that anti-Muslim rhetoric has been normalized by mainstream right-wing news outlets, many of which are owned by billionaire Rupert Murdoch.

These publications have fomented “the kind of Islamophobic culture which makes it easier for extremists to think that they are legitimized to enact their deadly fantasies,” said Ghassan Hage, a Lebanese Australian academic at the University of Melbourne.

But although Australia may be fertile ground for far-right radicalization, the suspect's rhetoric — and, notably, the target — also suggests that the motivation for the attack was not traditional far-right nationalism, but a newer kind of international, Internet-inspired extremism.

“The fact is that he chose New Zealand quite carefully,” said Aurelien Mondon, an expert on the far right at the University of Bath in Britain. “He wanted to make clear that Muslims weren't safe anywhere.”

Australia has a history of far-right groups that have targeted immigrants and minorities. From the start of the 20th century, the country adopted a number of policies designed to exclude immigrants of non-European origin. These measures, known collectively as the White Australia policy, were fully abandoned only in 1973.


Australian Senator Pauline Hanson removes a burqa she wore into the Senate chamber in Canberra in 2017 to press for a ban on the garment. Hanson heads the anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant One Nation party. — Photographs: Lukas Coch/Associated Press.
Australian Senator Pauline Hanson removes a burqa she wore into the Senate chamber in Canberra in 2017 to press for a ban on the garment.
Hanson heads the anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant One Nation party. — Photographs: Lukas Coch/Associated Press.


In the mid-1990s, far-right political parties such as Pauline Hanson's One Nation were able to draw on anti-immigrant sentiment against Asians to gain a small foothold in national politics. In recent years, One Nation and other right-wing groups have gained new political relevance by pivoting to the issue of Muslim immigration from the Middle East and South Asia.

Though most of those groups focus on Australian concerns, the manifesto released before Friday's attack indicated the alleged gunman had moved to New Zealand specifically to carry it out, suggesting it would show that Muslims were not safe “even in the remotest areas of the world.”

In the manifesto and several videos of the attack, there was only fleeting mention of Australia. Instead, there were repeated references to far-right movements and incidents in other countries, including the United States, France, Norway and Serbia, as well as memes and in-jokes popular with online far-right groups.

Mondon said such references were indicative of a new generation of the Australian far right. “This kind of international alt-right, for want of a better term, are really Internet-based,” he said, adding that they were “much closer to what you've seen in the United States in recent years” and “more violent and less interested in the parliamentary game” than previous Australian far-right movements.

Established far-right parties such as Hanson's One Nation have largely refrained from commenting on the Christchurch shooting so far. However, Fraser Anning, an independent senator from Queensland, released a message saying that Muslims “may have been the victims today,” but “usually they are the perpetrators.”

“The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place,” Anning said in his statement.

Mehreen Faruqi, Australia's first female Muslim senator, accused Hanson and Anning of normalizing language used to target Muslims.

“This is the consequence of the Islamophobic and racist hate,” Faruqi wrote on Friday on Twitter.


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Rick Noack reported from Berlin.

Adam Taylor writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post. Originally from London, he studied at the University of Manchester and Columbia University.

• Rick Noack currently covers international news from Australia and New Zealand for The Washington Post. He is usually based in The Post's Berlin bureau. Previously, he worked for The Washington Post from Washington D.C. as an Arthur F. Burns Fellow and from London. Originally from Germany, he studied at Sciences Po Paris, Johns Hopkins University and King's College London.

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from The Washington Post…

‘Let's get this party started’: New Zealand
gunman narrated his chilling rampage


Police say the shooter who live-streamed the assault on one Christchurch mosque,
killing more than 40, was a 28-year-old Australian they arrested on Friday.


By STEVE HENDRIX and MICHAEL E. MILLER | 8:28PM EDT — Friday, March 15, 2019

This frame from video that was live-streamed on Friday shows a gunman in a car before the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand. — Photograph: Social media/Associated Press.
This frame from video that was live-streamed on Friday shows a gunman in a car before the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.
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THE RECORDING blinked to life shortly after 1:30 p.m. on Friday to reveal the ordinary gray interior of a Subaru Outback. The overcast skies of the late New Zealand summer filtered through the windshield, casting pale light on three rifles laying across the passenger seat.

With the camera mounted on the driver's helmet, all that was visible of him were legs beneath the steering wheel, clad in tactical protective wear, and flashes of green, fingerless gloves as he fumbled with his gear. An occasional glimpse of a fair, clean-shaven chin crossed the rearview mirror.

“All right,” he said before putting the car in gear. “Let's get this party started.”

It was a short drive toward downtown Christchurch, a historic, English-flavored city on New Zealand's South Island. “Take the second left toward city center,” the windshield-mounted navigator intoned, and the man — later identified by police as a 28-year-old Australian named Brenton Harrison Tarrant — put on his turn signal. He drove carefully. At one red light, he reached to turn on a strobe attached to the military-style rifle resting between his leg and the door.

A few blocks on, he hit a button and a Serbian nationalist song filled the car. He had made a mix tape for a massacre.

A day earlier, he had allegedly uploaded a 74-page manifesto online that obsessed over immigration and “white genocide.” Minutes before the attack, a link to the manifesto was posted on the website 8chan, along with a chilling promise to live-stream an “attack against the invaders.”

Five minutes into the live Facebook video, the attacker pulled into a driveway on Deans Avenue, turned around in a small parking area and finally positioned the Subaru at the end of the drive, pointing outward, ready for a fast exit.

Methodically, he readied his guns and magazines, all of which had been covered with white lettering and symbols, including references to Adolf Hitler's “Mein Kampf” and the names of mass shooters.

Military fife-and-drum music was playing as he climbed out of the Subaru, lifted the car's rear hatch door and uncovered two other graffiti-covered rifles and multiple red gas cans. Selecting an additional shotgun, he walked to the sidewalk, leaving the car hatch open and the car running.

The street was quiet; only one elderly couple seemed to notice as he carried his weapons a few yards to the grounds of Christchurch's Al Noor Mosque, its high minaret rising above an angular whitewashed building. The attacker ignored the pair and entered a parking lot crowded with small cars. One man walking on the far side looked his way as he advanced steadily toward the arched front entrance flanked by tall evergreen shrubs.

Suddenly, the center of the image was filled, as it would be for much of the next six minutes, with the pointing barrel of the rifle. Several figures stood at the top of the steps, just inside the entrance. Someone could be heard saying, “Hello, brother.” The worshiper nearest was turning away from the camera, just a dozen feet away. The rifle tip moved over the center of his back.

About 1:40, just before regular Friday prayers at Al Noor got underway, the gunman pulled the trigger for the first time.


Another image from the video appears to show the gunman entering a mosque in Christchurch. — Photograph: Social media/Reuters.
Another image from the video appears to show the gunman entering a mosque in Christchurch. — Photograph: Social media/Reuters.

‘We heard screaming’

Al Noor is Christchurch's most prominent mosque, serving a local Muslim population of about 3,000. Its golden dome is a landmark for cricket players and other visitors to the city's central park across the street.

New Zealand's 50,000 Muslims make up only 1 percent of the population, but the country has welcomed increasing numbers of families fleeing hardship in recent years. Gathering for prayers Friday were immigrants and refugees from Syria, Jordan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

The shooting, when it started, was relentless. The first dull pop was followed by eight more in four seconds. The gunman, never pausing, stepped through the entranceway, already lined with bodies lying among the shoes of dozens more worshipers within. What followed was a calm, methodical onslaught, hundreds of rounds that would kill more than 40 and wound dozens more.

At first, some worshipers thought the sound of gunfire was simply one of the mosque's speakers crackling.

“Then we heard screaming,” Nour Tavis told The New Zealand Herald.

“Everyone panicked,” he said. “There was shooting and shooting and shooting…. People were running and all of a sudden you saw them fall.”

Firing almost constantly, the shooter did not hesitate to train his weapon on any human he encountered — those fleeing, those cowering, the injured. He canvassed the small suite of interior rooms, returning repeatedly to the central prayer room, where dozens huddled in two corners.

Adeeb Sami, a 52-year-old engineer, had flown from Dubai to New Zealand the day before to surprise his twin children on their 23rd birthday, which was Friday, his daughter told Gulf News. Amid the firing, Sami reportedly threw his body over two of his sons, taking at least one bullet near his spine but shielding them. All three would survive.

Many others were not as lucky. The father of a Syrian family that had fled to New Zealand to escape the carnage in their country was killed. So was a 71-old refugee who had survived decades of war in his native Afghanistan.

Tavis, a Moroccan who moved to New Zealand 15 years ago, told The Herald he escaped by crawling through a broken a window. Later, Tavis said, he re-entered the mosque to try to help.

“There were people bleeding to death,” he told The Herald. “It was terrible.”

When the gunman had no moving targets to shoot, he returned to those already down, shooting them until the green-patterned floor was a litter of shell casings and gore.

The gunman, unrushed, replaced clips more than once. Then he headed back outside, stopping to unload several shots down the sidewalk at fleeing pedestrians, first to the right and then to the left. Back at his car, he grabbed a new weapon and one of the gas cans and returned to the front of the mosque.

At the top of the driveway, he fired repeatedly at someone not visible deep in the parking lot. The gunman was breathing heavy now, muttering something hard to understand to his “lads.”

He mounted the front steps, now running with blood, and went back inside for an additional 70 seconds, killing a few who had managed to avoid his first attack.

He exited the front for the last time just as two figures were scrambling through a gap in the wall. He hit the second one, a woman who went down on the sidewalk immediately in front of his waiting car. Her cries for help grew louder as he approached but were silenced when he shot again.

“I am the god of hellfire,” was the lyric of his soundtrack as he slammed the hatch, climbed in the vehicle and drove off, turning left on Deans Avenue. Within a short distance he stopped, programmed something into the navigator and then, suddenly, heaved a gun barrel up beside the dangling pine-tree air freshener and shot through the windshield at someone out of camera range. For the next few minutes, he progressed haltingly on the roadway, firing once at a car pulling in front of him. He stopped to fire a shotgun round at someone else, shattering his passenger window.

Soon he was driving rapidly, talking, marveling at how many people were in the mosque, how crowded the car park had been.

“It was too quick. I should have stayed longer,” he said. “There was time for the fuel…. Burn that f---ing mosque to the ground.” He seemed calm.


Police search for evidence near the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch. — Photograph: Fiona Goodall/Getty Images.
Police search for evidence near the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch. — Photograph: Fiona Goodall/Getty Images.

‘He shot point blank’

About nine minutes after the first shot, the sound of a police siren penetrated the music for the first time. The video ended, but the slaughter would continue.

The gunman was traveling in the direction of a second, smaller mosque four miles away. The Linwood Mosque, a gray framed building no bigger than a ranch house, was busy with a Friday crowd of families, including many young children.

As police were responding to calls from Al Noor, shots erupted at Linwood.

Inside, several dozen terrified worshipers tried to take cover as the gunman burst into the prayer room.

“There were old people sitting on the chairs and praying,” Syed Mazharuddin told The New Zealand Herald. “He started shooting at them.”

Seven would be killed at Linwood, bringing the day's death toll to 49. Among them, according to grieving relatives around the world, were a 4-year-old boy and a 12-year-old boy.

“He was shooting indiscriminately,” Mazharuddin said. “There was a lady screaming ‘Help! Help!’ and he shot point blank in her face.”

A young man who works at the mosque as a caretaker rushed the shooter, Mazharuddin said.

“He saw an opportunity and pounced on him and took his gun,” he said.

The gunman allegedly fled to his car and left the scene as the cries of pain and grief rose.

Shortly after, police said, they had him. Following a chase, patrol cars forced a Subaru onto the curb of a divided Christchurch street. Officers dragged the driver from the front seat, apparently uninjured, after a spasm of violence that killed more people in one afternoon than New Zealand typically suffers in a year.

By the end of the day, as emergency rooms scrambled to treat the wounded and families gathered to mourn the dead, police had three people in custody, including Tarrant, a former fitness instructor who moved to New Zealand two years ago.

Authorities said Tarrant had a gun license and used five weapons in the attacks. At an initial court hearing on Saturday (local time), he did not enter a plea.

And a peaceful country had begun the long investigation into a brutally violent day.


__________________________________________________________________________

Siobhan O'’Grady contributed to this report.

Steve Hendrix came to The Washington Post more than ten years ago from the world of magazine freelancing and has written for just about every page of the paper: Travel, Style, the Magazine, Book World, Foreign, National and, most recently, the Metro section’s Enterprise Team. What his stories have had in common (in addition to awful first-draft spelling) is the goal of taking readers to a place they might never visit otherwise, from the top of Kilimanjaro to the mind of a local dude who lives life as a pirate, eye patch and all.

Michael E. Miller is a local enterprise reporter for The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2015, Miller covered crime and the Caribbean for the Miami New Times. He has reported from almost a dozen countries and won several national journalism prizes, including the National Press Foundation's Feddie Reporting Award and three Sigma Delta Chi awards for excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2019, 12:18:14 am »


The good thing about this tragedy perptrated by a Trump-supporting white-trash supremacist is that it will probably result in considerably tougher gun laws in NZ.

And that has to be a good thing for the entire country, apart from a few stupid boofhead righties who will screech & moan & whinge like old women.

But we'll soon learn to ignore the dumb white noise from the “stupid brigade” and do what is right for the country.
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« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2019, 10:43:24 pm »

Don't let facts get in the way he never said he supported trump but supported the idea that Trump wanted to put his country first
Left wing media love to twist the truth to suit their agenda its for fucked in the head people just like you.

Let us call it what it really is The Facebook Massacre it was a Facebook live stream and seen worldwide Muslim killings for 20 minutes

I think he's  a white trash communist who thinks China is great he just wants to start a race war like the leftwing mainstream news tries its best to do every day

his manifesto is 72 pages some of the things he says I can agree with the rest is nutty

he is more interested in starting a civil war in the USA by causing a gun ban


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It's going to be hugely entertaining when the government rams new restrictive gun legislation through parliament and enacts it into law.

But what will be even more entertaining will be armed cops kicking down the door and arresting at gunpoint the gun nutters who refuse to comply with the new laws.

I might have to get in the beer & popcorn to watch the entertainment.
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Faaaaaark .... you such a dumbarse that you posted a link to a pdf file on your own computer's hard-drive.

Only stupid Trump-supporters living in Woodville would be that dumb!!

Fucking hilarious, eh?







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you won't want to read it

wonder why police need guns is it because they are a gang

I don't care if they take guns it's not my worry
they will only get the legal ones
next, they will ban knives haha

I wonder how much time he will serve in prison how much is 49 lives worth?


It's going to be hugely entertaining when the government rams new legislation to kill all worthless commie white trash
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Well, I'm going to find it hugely entertaining when the “police gang” arm themselves to the teeth and kick down your door at 4am looking for your illegal guns.

Even more entertaining will be when you crap your pants in fear when you wake up to police guns aimed at your head.
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« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2019, 01:21:41 am »

the idiot who killed all the people he's a leftist clown

it would be great if a gang of armed police broke down my door looking to take my guns

they would need to get me a new door because I don't have any guns

YES YOU ARE A BRAIN DEAD BRAINWASHED WHITE TRASH COMMUNIST, IDIOT
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« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2019, 03:35:31 pm »


The idiot who killed all those people is a white-trash supremacist.

Name even a single mass-shooting carried out by muslims in New Zealand.

Just to show you aren't completely “full-of-shit!”
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« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2019, 04:57:09 pm »


A racist despot spewing out hatred & bigotry as he speaks to his white-trash supremacist supporters…



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« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2019, 06:57:53 pm »


Two interesting articles from The Washington Post, one about a leader who is admired by the world over her handling of a terrorist attack in the country she leads; the other about a “fake leader” who is a nasty, racist bigot who by his actions feeds the sort of nasty bullshit preached by white-trash supremacists…


New Zealand’s prime minister receives worldwide praise for her response to the mosque shootings

Trump response to New Zealand massacre highlights his combative history with Muslims
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« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2019, 08:21:39 am »

again you didn't read the killers manifesto so you are talking bullshit i don't care if he's white the guy is a fuckwit
the idiot is more a communist than anything

none of this bullshit has anything to do with trump

oh thats right you think white people are all bad

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« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2019, 08:35:04 am »


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Name even a single mass-shooting carried out by Muslims in New Zealand.

I never said they did
the media would hide it anyway if they ever did

they have killed people by the millions all over the world nearly for the last  2000 years

you don't know shit
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« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2019, 01:09:19 pm »


Christian have killed multi-millions all over the world for 2,000 years.

The hilarious thing is their god doesn't even exist.

He/she/it is merely a god delusion inside the imaginations of stupid people.

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Christian have killed multi-millions all over the world for 2,000 years.

The hilarious thing is their god doesn't even exist.

He/she/it is merely a god delusion inside the imaginations of stupid people.



wheres your proof of this, when are you going to tell the Muslims Allah doesn't exist?
and why are you calling a god you don't believe in he or she?

mostly Christians were defending themselves from Muslim invasions
if Muslims really did kill less it was because they killed all the men and took the women for sex toys and the children for slaves .
you're are a history failure

you just make up bullshit .


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« Reply #18 on: March 21, 2019, 04:47:15 pm »


from The Press…

Seeing their global poster-boy arraigned might
set back the white supremacy movement


By JOE BENNETT | 4:00AM — Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Joe Bennett writes that he'd like to have been Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during her call from Donald Trump after last Friday's massacre. — Photograph: Rosa Woods.
Joe Bennett writes that he'd like to have been Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during her call from Donald Trump after last Friday's massacre.
 — Photograph: Rosa Woods.


I'D LIKE to have been Prime Minister for 10 minutes. Those 10 minutes would have coincided with Trump's phone call offering condolences for the recent massacre. I would have got some bitter pleasure from replying with a pair of Anglo-Saxon monosyllables.

Trump isn't responsible for the massacre. But he represents the sickness that caused it. The murderer put together a manifesto of sorts, a rambling self-justification drawn mostly from the internet. He wrote of ‘invaders’. That's Trump language. Trump speaks daily of the invasion of the USA. Half an hour after talking to our prime minister he was back at it. “People hate the word invasion,” he said, “but that's what it is.”

Trump may be too stupid to know what he's doing. He knows no history. He knows no literature. But the murderer knew exactly what he was doing. He was killing, as he saw it, lesser beings. The oldest instinct of our species is that the alien is both inferior and a threat. The instinct lurks in even the nicest of us and it won't go away. It's what gives pep to an All Blacks test.

And it's the easiest instinct to inflame politically. Trump's done it. But have we forgotten when it happened here? Have we forgotten the 1996 election when New Zealand First brought 20 MPs into parliament on the back of anti-immigrant rhetoric? And look where Winston Peters is now.


Joe Bennett writes that seeing their “poster-boy” in handcuffs might set back the global white supremacy movement. — Photograph: Evan Vucci.
Joe Bennett writes that seeing their “poster-boy” in handcuffs might set back the global white supremacy movement. — Photograph: Evan Vucci.

I used to go out on the town sometimes in Auckland with an Indonesian friend. I was astonished by the casual abuse he suffered. F…ing Asian was a common epithet. Chink was another.

So while everyone's been quick to stress that the killer wasn't bred here, he could have been. We're no better or worse than, say, Norwegians, and they produced Anders Breivik. So more important than dodging blame is preventing another massacre.

Gun control, as the prime minister said, is the obvious place to start. There will always be bastards so let's make it hard for them. No-one needs a semi-automatic rifle. A ban is overdue.

And then attention should pass to the internet. If this newspaper published a torrent of inflammatory racist falsehoods it would be held responsible. But internet platforms never are. They profit hugely from enabling the spread of material. They should be held responsible for its consequences.

Beyond that there's not much the authorities can do. If a fanatic wants to kill he'll find a way. A terrorist in Nice killed 86 with a truck. You could kill dozens with just the family car.

Authorities can only ever react, and by definition they are cumbersome. Our 'terrorist threat level' was officially raised to high only when 48 people lay dead and their murderer was in custody. The horse of threat could not have more emphatically bolted. That's not a criticism. It's just the way things are.

The massacre was genocide. I'd be happy to see the perpetrator swing for it. But that wouldn't suppress the global white supremacy movement. (Nor would pointing out the grim irony of its name.)

What might make a difference would be seeing their global poster-boy arraigned, seeing Trump in handcuffs, minus his tan and his hairspray, his suits and his sycophants, exposed for all the world to see as the lying cheating stealing greedy stupid sickening bigot that he is. And while we wait for that, yes the Crusaders should change their name. It was always ill-chosen. They should adopt a name explicitly Islamic. Let that be the murderer's legacy.


__________________________________________________________________________

• Julian “Joe” Bennett is a writer, columnist and retired English school teacher living in Lyttelton, New Zealand. Born in England, Bennett emigrated to New Zealand when he was twenty-nine.

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« Reply #19 on: March 21, 2019, 05:09:11 pm »


EXCELLENT NEWS: Semi-automatic and military-style weapons BANNED!!

Now I await the entertainment of armed cops kicking in the doors of stupid fuckheads who refuse to comply with the new laws.

Throw their arses in jail so they can spend some time contemplating the error of their ways.
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« Reply #20 on: March 22, 2019, 03:07:38 am »

commie dictators
now all those dark unknown guns will be now worth 3 times their normal price criminals will cash in on this new black market
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The government had better build a new prison to lock up all the gun-nuts who keep their now-illegal weapons.

And in America, this tweet from Bernie Sanders hits the nail right on the head.

As does this tweet. And this tweet.

And even the Nats support the new gun bans.

So shove that up your arsehole, gun-lover.

Prepare to have armed cops kick down your door when you refuse to hand over your illegal guns.
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« Reply #22 on: March 22, 2019, 02:06:55 pm »


from The Seattle Times…

Racial violence is very much with us

New Zealand massacre is the latest shock from a resurgent white nationalism
that should have been buried with Adolf Hitler.


By DAVID HORSEY | 12:51PM PST — Thursday, March 21, 2019



FROM the deadly attack on an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, to the deadlier attack on a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to the horrendous slaughter at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, the resurgence of white nationalism across the world has grown steadily more homicidal.

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« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2019, 04:16:01 pm »

there you go again talking bullshit

it's not racial violence because Muslims are not a race they are a religion with a built-in political system of domination

there is a drug that if someone gave it to you
they could tell you to do anything and you would do it
including shooting yourself in the head
they could make you give them all the money in your bank account
or they could give an ar15 and send you to a school and get you to do a mass killing

you have no idea

all you have is a fake life with a fake belief system

the question is this killer a victim of mind-control is it a false-flag to get the guns?

the CIA have drugs like this or even better ones that do the same thing

CIA and most of the spying agencies around the world are control by satanist
who run the Catholic church
as you will one day find out


The Most Dangerous Mind Control Drug in the World

'Devil's Breath' chemical from Colombia can block free will, wipe memory and even kill

By Beth Stebner / Daily Mail

A hazardous drug that eliminates free will and can wipe the memory of its victims is currently being dealt on the streets of Colombia.

The drug is called scopolamine, but is colloquially known as ‘The Devil's Breath,' and is derived from a particular type of tree common to South America.

Stories surrounding the drug are the stuff of urban legends, with some telling horror stories of how people were raped, forced to empty their bank accounts, and even coerced into giving up an organ.

VICE's Ryan Duffy travelled to the country to find out more about the powerful drug. In this video he reveals the shocking culture of another Colombian drug world, interviewing those who deal the drug and those who have fallen victim to it.

Demencia Black, a drug dealer in the capital of Bogota, said the drug is frightening for the simplicity in which it can be administered.

He told Vice that Scopolamine can be blown in the face of a passer-by on the street, and within minutes, that person is under the drug's effect - scopolamine is odourless and tasteless.
‘You can guide them wherever you want,' he explained. ‘It's like they're a child.'

Black said that one gram of Scopolamine is similar to a gram of cocaine, but later called it ‘worse than anthrax.'

In high doses, it is lethal.

Drug Creates a Mind-Controlled Zombie
The drug, he said, turns people into complete zombies and blocks memories from forming. So even after the drug wears off, victims have no recollection as to what happened.

One victim told Vice that a man approached her on the street asking her for directions. Since it was close by, she helped take the man to his destination, and they drank juice together.

She took the man to her house and helped him gather all of her belongings, including her boyfriend's cameras and savings.

‘It is painful to have lost money,' the woman said,' but I was actually quite lucky.'
According to the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, the drug - also known as hyoscine - causes the same level of memory loss as diazepam.

In ancient times, the drug was given to the mistresses of dead Colombian leaders – they were told to enter their master's grave, where they were buried alive.

In modern times, the CIA used the drug as part of Cold War interrogations, with the hope of using it like a truth serum.

However, because of the drug's chemical makeup, it also induces powerful hallucinations.

The tree common around Colombia, and is called the ‘borrachero' tree – loosely translated as the 'get-you-drunk' tree.

It is said that Colombian mothers warn their children not to fall asleep under the tree, though the leafy green canopies and large yellow and white flowers seem appealing.

Experts are baffled as to why Colombia is riddled with scopolamine-related crimes, but wager much of it has to do with the country's torn drug-culture past, and on-going civil war.

http://mindpowernews.com/MostDangerousDrug.htm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=ToQ8PWYnu04

So we come back to the same question is the Muslim killer a mind control victim?
and are satanist ruling the world by blackmailing all the politicians?

because it wouldn't be the first time

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Whatever ... the fact remains that the government are going to take your semi-automatic assault rifles off you whether you like it or not.

You can either comply with the new laws, or the cops will take your guns from you by force and then you will either cop a heavy fine, or get thrown in jail, or both.

And guess what? The Nats are supporting the new measures, so its no good running off crying to them.

White-trash supremacists are the new jihadists and they need to be stomped on everywhere they stick their heads up out of the shitholes they reside in.
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