New Zealand: The Longer History of the Christchurch Attacks – The New Republic

For over a century, the United States has played a role in inspiring and enabling white supremacy in Australia and New Zealand.

On Friday, an Australian white supremacist committed a monstrous act of violence against Muslim worshippers in New Zealand. The attack, which he live streamed, was steeped in the kind of global iconography and discourse that characterizes modern white supremacy.

The assailant played a song about convicted Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžić as he approached the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, and his weapons bore further testament to the global resonances of contemporary white supremacy: One rifle apparently eulogized a Swedish girl who was murdered by an Uzbek immigrant in Stockholm, while another celebrated a Frankish nobleman who fought Muslim armies in Western France over a millennium ago. His manifesto cited U.S. white supremacist mass murderer Dylann Roof as inspiration, and featured a diagram promoted by U.S. white supremacist David Duke on its cover.


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  • Trevor  On March 19, 2019 at 2:38 pm

    White racists are hypocrites. They try to exterminate non-whites for having higher birth rates and a stable culture, but do nonwhite countries have any revenge for the white imperialism and cultural domination such as LGBTQ rights, white feminism and other immoral doctrines which are being shoved down the throats of the third world?

    How could anyone in the 3rd world relate to White social issues such as white women having the right to bare their nudity around children, or giving elementary school age children biological changes to their gender, or for pedophilia to be considered a component of LGBTQ?

    American CIA assets like Sherlina Nageer, UNICEF, Red Thread and local feminist groups are working day and night to reduce the birth rates of Guyana and the wider Caribbean and LAT-AM region.

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