‘One of New Zealand’s Darkest Days’ – Who Designed it?

March 15, 2019

As I have written and predicted: When the influx of Migrants reaches Critical Mass – this is exactly what the system will use in order to say: ‘We will not give in’ as an argument for pushing the Migration narrative even further’. When people are desperate, they do dangerous things’. They know that.
In an environment of political (in)correctness, where you as a concerned citizen who raises your voice and concerns are instantly labeled as ‘right wing’, ‘Nazi’, – taking this kind of action is sadly within reach.

Needless to say – Going on a killing spree is pure evil. The question is: Who really designed that Evil?
-SD

‘One of New Zealand’s Darkest Days’

Mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers killed 40 people on what the prime minister called “one of New Zealand’s darkest days,” as authorities detained four people and defused explosive devices in what appeared to be a carefully planned racist attack.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the events in Christchurch represented “an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence” and acknowledged many of those affected may be migrants and refugees. In addition to the dead, she said more than 20 people were seriously wounded.

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Gunman who opened fire on Christchurch mosque addresses attack in manifesto

A gunman who livestreamed himself opening fire at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch also posted a manifesto online addressing his reasons for the attack.

Forty people have been killed after a gunman opened fire at two mosques in the New Zealand city.

Police have taken three people into custody after the gunman shot at worshippers as they gathered for Friday prayers. At least 40 people are dead with another 20 people seriously injured.

Armed police were deployed around the Al Noor mosque where shooting broke out at 1.40pm (NZ time) on Friday, with the city’s schools and hospital locked down. Reports later emerged of shots at another mosque in Linwood Avenue.

The man, who identified himself on Twitter as ‘Brenton Tarrant’ from Australia, livestreamed his deadly attack and turned the camera on himself before carrying out the attack.

In a vile 73-page manifesto posted online, he described himself as “just a regular White man”.

The 28-year-old noted he was born “to a working class, low-income family … who decided to take a stand to ensure a future for my people”.

The gunman — whose background NSW counter-terrorism police are now investigating after reports he is from Grafton — said he carried out the attack to “directly reduce immigration rates to European lands”.

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