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55 minutes ago, JakeHolman said:


Accused New Zealand mosque shooter claimed he used guns to provoke a race war in US

The man accused of murdering 49 people worshiping at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, reportedly chose his weapons carefully. He didn’t settle on five firearms because he thought they’d cause maximum damage, however — he allegedly used guns in an attempt to provoke a race war by sowing further division in the United States.

The manifesto seems deliberately written to shock and outrage and is rife with cultural references to the online sites and communities the author reportedly spent time engaging with, so much so it can be difficult to tell which parts are sincere.

In it, the author claimed he wanted his use of guns to create conflict in the U.S. over gun control and the Second Amendment, deepening geographic, political, cultural, and racial fault lines that would lead to a civil war, setting up a worldwide conflict over race and reduce U.S. influence globally while ensuring the future of whites in North America.


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8 hours ago, hamradio said:

Sounds like another Charles Manson but without a following. The only difference  blacks were the focal point.  Think this stuff is new?



Both are crazier than an outhouse rat.




You can't dismiss this guy that way. Manson and his clan were seen as a bizarre one off.

The racism motivating the NZ lunatic can be seen as a symptom of a right wing white race malaise in the world.

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