Christchurch mosque shootings – Trump-supporting ‘Brit’ gunman wrote chilling manifesto before New Zealand mosque massacres


A ‘BRITISH’ gunman who is believed to have filmed himself slaughtering Muslims in a New Zealand mosque wrote a chilling manifesto before the “terrorist attack”.

The white-supremacist shooter, 28, who was born in Australia, said he wanted to take revenge for the “thousands of European lives lost to terror attacks”.

A suspected gunman wrote a chilling manifesto before the New Zealand mosque shootings
A suspected gunman wrote a chilling manifesto before the New Zealand mosque shootings
A picture on the suspected shooter's now deleted Twitter page
A picture on the suspected shooter’s now deleted Twitter page

He declared that he supports Trump as a “symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose” in the document titled The Great Replacement.

The manifesto was shared on social media as dozens were feared dead after two gunmen opened fire on two mosques in Christchurch.

When writing why he carried out the massacre, he wrote: “To most of all show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands, our homelands are our own and that, as long as a white man still lives, they will NEVER conquer our lands and they will never replace our people.

“By the definition, then yes. It is a terrorist attack. But I believe it is a partisan action against an occupying force.”

He boasted that he chose to use firearms so he could influence politics in the US.

“Finally, to create conflict between the two ideologies within the United States on the ownership of firearms in order to further the social, cultural, political and racial divide within the United states.

“This conflict over the 2nd amendment and the attempted removal of firearms rights will ultimately result in a civil war that will eventually balkanize the US along political, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines.”


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