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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Christchurch mosque shooting: Alleged gunman sent death threats two years before attack
10 Apr, 2019 9:29am 3 minutes to read
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=1222093 3

A Melbourne man has revealed that accused Christchurch gunman sent him death threats more than two years before the mosque shootings.

The man had reported the threat to Australian police in 2016 – and was only told to block the alleged gunman on Facebook.

The man said the accused sent him a death threat after he had criticised the United Patriots Front (UPF).

He kept screenshots of the threats made in August that year, the ABC reported.

The contact took place via Facebook messenger and the accused mosque gunman told the man: "I hope one day you meet the rope".

The Australian-born accused gunman defended the UPF, which is an anti-immigration group, as "the leading ethno-nationalist group within Australia".

"When you speak against the UPF you speak against my right to a home for my people and my culture," he wrote.

"This marks you."

The accused gunman warned the man to "choose your words carefully" and "think of who you insult".

"I hope you one day see the light and if you are a Marxist I hope you one day meet the rope."

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Three frames from the gunman's banned video
Showing three figures in red
I am told this is standard US Navy Seal procedure for handlers in radio contact with base to okay a military attack
As is the strobe light to disorientate the victims which the gunman used throughout the mosque attack.

ONE clearly walks past his parked car on the left with left front window down apparently giving the go ahead for the attack before the gunman pulls away

TWO is stood at the end of the alleyway which leads to the Mosque, turning and walking off left just before the gunman turns into the alleyway. The gunman looks to the left and the figure in red is clearly in view.

THREE is stood with his/her back to the outside garden wall of the mosque as the gunman leaves in his car he looks to the left and we see the figure

A US Military operation



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What was John Podesta doing in New Zealand until the day before the Mosque Shootings?
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I would like to outline oddities that I have noticed in connection to the recent New Zealand terror attack and the presence of John Podesta until 24 hours before the tragic event. Only seven days earlier, Hillary Clinton’s former presidential campaign manager was in New Zealand where he appeared in a T.V. interview conducted by Newshub, as the victim of “The world’s most notorious political hack.” At the end of the interview John Podesta was said to remain in New Zealand to preside over what was described as “A Global Progressives Event.”

The event was called “The Path to Progress” :

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/john-podesta-the-path-to-progress-tick ets-56954455309

However, in the same interviewJohn Podesta also said that New Zealand is a “big juicy target.”

Can this only be a coincidence or is there a macabre synchronicity connected with this tragic event? Only days after Podesta called New Zealand a “big juicy target” we have the Christchurch shooting. During the same interview he also said that hacked information could be weaponized as fake news, and stated that, “Vladimir Putin must be sitting in the Kremlin saying this is the best return on investment I ever got – I’ve got a pliant President of the United States.”

Clinton’s manipulative campaign manager, John Podesta, working with the Vatican Illuminati as outlined with evidence in my latest book Confessions of an Illuminati Vol.6.66, said in the same interview that aired on the 7th of March 2019, that we should all be “very worried” by Russia and China. Strangely enough, they are two countries he and his brother and business partner Tony love very much. Tony Podesta even made $500K lobbying for a Chinese firm convicted of illegal sales to Iran, and Podesta’s business dealings in gas, aluminum, uranium, and his banking in Russia, have often been pointed out.

John Podesta, who left for Australia the day before the “terrorist attack” occured, praised the “superstar” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern saying to the press that: “She’s made an impression on the world. She’s somebody that people are paying attention to. “Wow! You have our attention, as the cowardly acts of the New Zealand Mosque Massacre demonstrated to the world the biggest failure in the intelligence and security apparatus of the country, or a deliberate attempt to start a clash of civilizations. Something is fishy about Podesta’s presence in New Zealand, remember he is an agent of the Illuminati and an asset of Jesuit and Vatican intelligence.

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The Christchurch shooting, Eastern Europe's far-right and a 'cherry-picked reading of history'
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By freelancer contributor Michael Colborne for Late Night Live
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-10/christchurch-shooting-far-right -groups-in-ukraine-eastern-europe/10983542

Updated 10 Apr 2019, 2:07pm

It was the first thing I noticed as news of the Christchurch shooting came in — the patch on the back of the shooter's rucksack, something that was also emblazoned on the cover of the rambling manifesto.

It was far from the first time I'd seen it.

I'd seen it on t-shirts sold by far-right fashion brands in France. I'd seen it in photos of shields held by white supremacists at the violent "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville in 2017. And, here in Ukraine, I'd seen it on the paraphernalia of the far-right Azov movement.

It's a sonnenrad (sunwheel) or black sun: a symbol commonly used by the far-right, including outright neo-Nazis, originally adapted from a mosaic on the floor on the SS Generals' Hall.

Seeing it in the context of Christchurch reminded me of just how interconnected the global far-right has become.

A manifesto was sent to police believed to be sent from the Christchurch shooter.

A wade through the swamp that is the manifesto shows a peculiar imagined version of Eastern Europe.

And it is clear the shooter matters to some in that region's far-right.
The Balkan link
flowers laid at the Christchurch Botanical Gardens
Photo: At least 50 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch. (ABC News: Brendan Esposito)

We know the Christchurch shooter spent a lot of time in Europe. But what's been missed in some coverage of his travels are his specific travels through Eastern Europe, including the Balkans.

Police in Croatia have stated that he was in the country between December 2016 and January 2017; some reports suggest that he also spent time in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia.

These visits are perhaps reflected in what was scrawled on the weapons allegedly used in the shooting.
Christchurch attacks warn of environment that allows hate

When lives are tragically cut short, it is generally easier to explain the "how" than the "why".

The weapons bore the names of a number of figures in the history from the region — all of whom who, in some way, had fought against the Ottoman Empire that ruled most of the region for almost five centuries.

And the song that was playing as the shooter filmed himself driving to commit the alleged murders is one that glorifies Bosnian Serb war criminal Radovan Karadzic, recently sentenced to life in prison for his genocidal crimes against Bosnian Muslims.

"The Balkans have an almost mythical status in the collective imagination of the contemporary far-right movement," says Jelena Subotic, a professor of political science at Georgia State University.

It's a place where in the far-right's telling, she says, "white Christians" have fought against Muslims for centuries, whether in the form of battling the Ottoman Empire or trying to exterminate the Bosnian Muslim population in the 1990s.
Cherry-picking history

But the way the far-right interprets the histories of Eastern Europe is hardly accurate.

"There's a manipulated and cherry-picked reading of Eastern European history that appeals to white nationalists," says Tom Junes, a historian and member of the Human and Social Studies Foundation Sofia.

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The way far-right extremists venerate events like the Serbs' defeat in Kosovo in 1389 (paving the way for Ottoman rule) and the Polish victory over the Ottomans in Vienna in 1683 are examples of what Dr Junes derides as "a superficial and myopic reading of history".

Authorities have confirmed that the Christchurch shooter spent six days in nearby Bulgaria last year.

He appears to have visited a number of historical sites there, including the site of a bloody battle of the Russo-Turkish war in 1878.

That battle helped pave the way for an Ottoman defeat and the establishment of an independent Bulgaria.

"Shipka pass 1877-78" was reportedly scrawled onto one of the ammunition magazines used by the shooter.
The Azov movement

But there's another country mentioned in the manifesto, the one I'm in right now: Ukraine.

Ukraine is home to a resurgent far-right that uses the same symbolism as the Christchurch shooter, but it hasn't been mentioned much over the past few weeks.

To some extent, this is fair — despite some speculation, we don't yet know for sure if he was even in Ukraine.

Ukraine is home to the Azov movement, a far-right movement originally formed in 2014 as the Azov Battalion to fight Russian-led forces in eastern Ukraine. It quickly earned controversy as a place that accepted open neo-Nazis into its ranks.
Azov soldier in Mariupol
Photo: The Azov movement originally formed in 2014 as the 'Azov Battalion' to fight Russian-led forces in eastern Ukraine. (Supplied: Vladimir Cheppel)

Five years later it's become a multi-pronged movement with a political party (National Corps), a street militia and an infrastructure that offers everything from youth camps to mixed martial arts training sessions.

In the manifesto, I saw so much of what I've become used to seeing from writing about the Azov movement.

A need for Europe to undergo a rebirth or renewal — or "Reconquista" in Azov's terms. Talk about ethno-nationalist homelands and ethno-states. A deep disdain for democracy. References to Valhalla, the place in Norse mythology where warriors go after they die in battle and a common neo-Nazi trope. Talk about a need to march through a country's institutions, to play a longer-term game and seek positions of power and influence in society.

The only thing missing is Muslims — Ukraine's far-right isn't as centrally driven by Islamophobia — and the cheap obscurantist polish Azov's leading lights use to dress up their ideas and downplay the extreme nature of them.
'Blood, fatherland, faith'
A man wearing a balaclava with a skull print stands at the front of a far-right protest in Ukraine.
Photo: Activists of the far-right National Corps party march through Kiev earlier this year. (Getty: Pavlo Conchar)

And that black sun once again; its dozen of what look like lightning bolts springing out from the middle.

I see it on Azov's patches, being worn by soldiers, and even used as decoration in one of their social centres.

I saw it last night as several hundred Azov movement members, many of them teenagers, marched through the Ukrainian capital; I lost count of how many black sun patches and tattoos I saw.

I've seen it on stickers on lampposts around Kiev, promoting a group called "WotanJugend" — a neo-Nazi group with roots in Russia but now based in Kiev.

"Blood, fatherland, faith," the stickers say in Russian, with a black sun and the groups' logo, a Tyr-rune: a symbol graduates from Nazi academies once wore around their arms.

WotanJugend has connections with the Azov movement — you can buy WotanJugend shirts, emblazoned with black suns and runic imagery used by the SS, from a small shop inside Azov's Cossack House in central Kiev.

And WotanJugend knows about the Christchurch shooting.

On their website, they've got the manifesto translated into Russian, and they link to the live-streamed videos of the shooting.

They even have a post discussing the shooter, where they describe what he did in Christchurch and praise him openly for it.

I won't quote directly, but suffice to say these Ukraine-based neo-Nazis think the Christchurch tragedy was totally justified — for them, the shooter is a hero.
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With supporters like these around the world, the Christchurch attacks likely won't be the last act of far-right terror inspired by a global network of insidious ideas.

As acts like those in Christchurch are explicitly endorsed by far-right friends from around the globe, these acts "are thus transformed by lone actors and their supporters into acts of heroic sacrifice," Cathrine Thorleifsson from the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) wrote in the wake of the attacks.

"Far-right extremist terrorists might operate alone," Dr Thorliefsson concluded, "but unfortunately their supporters ensure that they are not lonely."

Michael Colborne is a journalist based in Eastern Europe. He is currently exploring the transnational far-right as a Resonant Voices fellow with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN).

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DW INVESTIGATES
Christchurch: The myth of the lone wolf attacker
Investigators say the terrorist attack on two mosques in New Zealand was carried out by a single perpetrator. But referring to him as a "lone wolf" deceptively conceals a breeding ground of extreme-right terror.
https://www.dw.com/en/christchurch-the-myth-of-the-lone-wolf-attacker/ a-47970011

Police stand guard as members of Muslim religious groups gather for prayers at the site of the shooting outside Linwood Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand (Reuters/E. Su)
Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who murdered 77 people on July 22, 2011, is often cited as a prototypical "lone wolf" perpetrator of terrorist attacks.

"Europe is becoming increasingly familiar with attacks by extremists, but Breivik's actions made him the deadliest lone wolf attacker in the continent's history," Norwegian journalist Asne Seierstad wrote in Newsweek in April 2016.

The alleged perpetrator in Christchurch, who was initially described as a lone wolf only a few hours after the terrorist attack on two mosques, deeply worshipped Breivik.

Watch video02:34
One of us - a tale of an extremist loser
'No group ordered my attack'

The investigation is still in its preliminary stages; At this point, it is not yet entirely clear whether the man arrested and charged in relation to the terrorist act, Brenton Tarrant, wrote the 74-page manifesto himself.

He circulated the document on social media shortly before the attacks and sent a copy to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's office. It reads: "I am not a direct member of any organization or group, though I have donated to many nationalist groups and have interacted with many more (...) No group ordered my attack, I make [sic] the decision myself."

At the same time, the author emphasized: "The total number of people in these organizations is in the millions, the total number of groups in the thousands."

Though consciously portraying himself as an individual perpetrator, Tarrant apparently also sees himself as part of a larger movement. How does this track with the "lone wolf" concept?

Read more: What you need to know about Christchurch terrorist attacks

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Christchurch: Outpouring of support for Muslim community
The 'ideological hinterland'

"The idea that terrorists operate alone allows us to break the link between an act of violence and its ideological hinterland," British journalist Jason Burke wrote in an article for The Guardian on March 30, 2017.

Burke has written several books on the "Islamic State" (IS) terrorist group and al-Qaida. He believes that the lone wolf theory "implies that the responsibility for an individual's violent extremism lies solely with the individual themselves."

Modern terrorists may not always belong to a group that can be clearly named such as al-Qaida, the "Islamic State” or the National Socialist Underground (NSU), an extreme-right German terrorist cell that was responsible for a string of murders. Nevertheless, their radicalization takes place in the social climate in which they live. The internet and social media allow terrorists unprecedented ways to network globally and the ability to propagate their ideologies — right up to livestreaming their attacks on Facebook, as was the case with the Christchurch attack.

Most experts agree that terrorists are products of their time: An increase in intolerance has established itself in recent years as a global social trend, fueled by political discourse that is becoming increasingly populist. The yearning for simple answers polarizes; strangers and those with different viewpoints quickly become enemies. Extremism is taking root in mainstream society — a trend that is reinforced with the digitalization of human life.

Read more: Lone-wolf attackers show similar patterns

The social component of terrorism

Real relationships are replaced by virtual ones. But even online interactions have real consequences. David Sonboly, who murdered nine people at a Munich shopping mall on July 22, 2016, was heavily involved in online xenophobic networks. Sonboly deliberately chose the fifth anniversary of Breivik's terrorist attack as the date for his shooting. He received praise from certain circles of like-minded people for the choice of date.

Some jihadi attackers who struck in Europe were presumed to be lone wolf perpetrators who idealized IS, but actually had virtual contact with IS members in Syria and Iraq immediately before carrying out their attacks. Anis Amri, who drove a truck into the Breitscheidplatz Christmas market in Berlin, was one of them.

"Terrorism is not something you do by yourself, it is highly social," Burke has written. "People become interested in ideas, ideologies and activities, even appalling ones, because other people are interested in them," and perpetrators often want to become famous and inspire copycats.

Should Christchurch attacker Tarrant actually prove to be the author of the 74-page manifesto, then he is explicitly making parallels between himself, Breivik and Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who shot nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17, 2015: "I have read the writings of Dylann Roof and many others, but only really took true inspiration from Knight Justiciar Breivik."

A picture of Marwa El-Sherbini, who was stabbed to death in a court in Dresden, Germany (picture-alliance/dpa/M. Hiekel)
RIGHT-WING EXTREMIST TERROR ATTACKS: A TIMELINE
Germany 2009: Stabbing of woman in Dresden court
Marwa El-Sherbini, a pharmacist who lived with her husband and son in Dresden, was killed in Dresden's district court on July 1, 2009. She was stabbed by a 28-year-old Russian-German man shortly after testifying against him in a verbal abuse case. He'd previously called her a "terrorist" and "Islamist." El-Sherbini is considered to be the first murder victim of an Islamophobic attack in Germany.


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Breivik gave the Hitler salute in the courtroom; Tarrant formed the "OK" symbol with the thumb and index finger of his right hand during his first appearance in court on Saturday and spread the other three fingers — now a common sign between white far-right extremists.

It is known that both Breivik and Tarrant were in contact with other far-right extremists at home and abroad, both in real life and online. Tarrant in particular has traveled extensively, including in Europe. On his Facebook profile, which has since been deleted, he shared extremist content and articles about right-wing extremists from Europe, including at least one report by DW on right-wing extremist soldiers in the Bundeswehr — Germany's armed forces — who for him are apparently kindred spirits.

Breivik and Tarrant view themselves as modern-day crusaders in the battle to preserve the purity of an allegedly threatened white European breed. Both regard Muslims in particular to be "invaders" who strive for world domination.

Read more: Lone wolf terrorists are security officials' worst nightmare

The 'blood and soil' ideology

Australian Senator Fraser Anning released an official statement immediately following the Christchurch terrorist attack: "Let us be clear, while Muslims may have been the victims today, usually they are the perpetrators. Worldwide, Muslims are killing people in the name of their faith on an industrial scale." While Prime Minister Scott Morrison swiftly announced that his government would censure the senator, Anning's comments are not an isolated incident. Islamophobia, racism and white nationalism have long managed to find their way into the upper echelons of western democratic governments, be it in Australia, the US, or Europe.

Both right-wing populism and right-wing extremism, when defining the concept of nationhood, make equal use of the "blood and soil" ideology — a Nazi-era nationalist slogan expressing a "racially" defined national body ("blood") united with a given settlement area ("soil").

Like Tarrant, who styled himself the "defender" of Christchurch, critics say the far-right nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party leader Alexander Gauland spreads racist fearmongering notions of ethnic (white, Christian) Germans being "replaced” by immigrants, usually Muslims. Indeed, the AfD derives its nationalist isolationist policies by drawing on an alleged "ethnic inversion" ("Umvolkung" — a loaded Nazi-era term historically used by the extreme right to describe demographic change through immigration). During an appearance in Frankfurt in September he said: "We have no interest in becoming [all of] humanity. We want to remain Germans."

Read more: AfD politician says he 'understands' Breivik

Alexander Gauland (picture-alliance/dpa/M. Murat)
AFD LEADERS AND THEIR MOST OFFENSIVE REMARKS
Alexander Gauland
Co-chairman Alexander Gauland said the German national soccer team's defender Jerome Boateng might be appreciated for his performance on the pitch - but people would not want "someone like Boateng as a neighbor." He also argued Germany should close its borders and said of an image showing a drowned refugee child: "We can't be blackmailed by children's eyes."


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Terrorists rarely work alone

Tarrant did not radicalize in a social vacuum any more than did Christian Lappe, a German citizen who converted to Salafism — a radical, ultraconservative form of Islam — and died fighting for IS in Syria. The same goes for the NSU terrorists Uwe Böhnhardt, Uwe Mundlos, and Beate Zschäpe, who carried out racially motivated murders in Germany.

In this context, a study on 119 individual perpetrators of terrorism presented by the International Center for Terrorism Studies (ICST) at Pennsylvania State University in February 2013 is revealing. According to the study, the vast majority of supposedly "lone actor terrorists regularly engaged in a detectable and observable range of behaviors and activities with a wider pressure group, social movement or terrorist organization."

The ICST study drew another dramatic conclusion: "In the time leading up to most lone-actor terrorist events, evidence suggests that other people generally knew about the offender's grievance, extremist ideology, views and/or intent to engage in violence.”

For a large majority (83 percent) of offenders, others were aware of the grievances that later spurred their terrorist plots or actions. In a similar number of cases (79 percent), others were aware of the individual's commitment to a specific extremist ideology. In 64 percent of cases, family and friends were aware of the individual's intent to engage in a terrorism-related activity because the offender verbally told them."

In light of the findings and recent events, the comfortable "lone wolf" theory fails to hold true. Terrorists are part of society — and it is up to society as a whole to stop them.

DW RECOMMENDS
Asne Seierstad: 'We must understand why Europe has come under attack'
Asne Seierstad has written books on personalities in conflict. She looks at Norwegian mass murder Anders Breivik with the same, unjudging eye as two women who became Islamists. Judgment, she told DW, is for her readers. (14.03.2018)

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369 - Max Igan / Christchurch - How They Did It

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PRIMED TO KILL New Zealand terror gunman’s chilling arsenal of assault rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammo scrawled with bizarre symbols and names of mass killers
The suspect filmed himself shooting at worshippers at a Christchurch mosque in New Zealand, with 49 dead and 20 injured
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8642123/new-zealand-christchurch-mosque- gunman-arsenal-assault-rifles/

Brittany Vonow Jenny Awford 15 Mar 2019, 7:36Updated: 15 Mar 2019, 14:39

A WHITE supremacist shooter scrawled a neo-Nazi symbol on his ammunition before unleashing a horrific mosque massacre that claimed the lives of at least 49 people.

The Black Sun, used in Satanism, was marked on the bag holding assault rifles and ammunition used in the attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand - with one shooting live-streamed on Facebook.

The weapons used in the massacre that claimed the lives of 49 people were covered in names of 18th century admirals and the Satanic Black Sun symbol
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The weapons used in the massacre that claimed the lives of 49 people were covered in names of 18th century admirals and the Satanic Black Sun symbol
One gunman, calling himself Brenton Tarrant on social media, filmed himself firing more than 100 shots at those inside the Al Noor Mosque on Friday afternoon local time.

In the twisted footage shared online, the gunman can be seen taking automatic weapons from his boot.

He then enters and shoots down multiple people in the prayer room, as they run in panic. The man shoots several people from the car park before stalking through the building, picking off people and shooting bodies on the floor.

One witness claimed to LBC that the words "welcome to hell" were written on the side of one of the firearms as the gunman opened fire.

And the sick shooter appeared to have latched onto obscure battles that saw admirals beat back the Turks in battles across the 16th and 18th centuries.

What we know so far:
At least one terrorist opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, at 1.40pm local time on Friday
49 people have been killed - 41 were killed at Masjid Al Noor Mosque, seven at Linwood Masjid Mosque and one died at hospital, another 48 are in hospital with gunshot wounds and 20 are in critical condition
A gunman live-streamed the deadly attack on Facebook using a GoPro in footage too distressing to show
It was posted on a Facebook page belonging to Brenton Tarrant
It is understood the killer is an Australian who published a chilling 74-page manifesto before the rampage
A 28-year-old man has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow
Among those named was Venetian Admiral Sebastiano Venier, who made his name at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 - a date also written onto the assault rifle used.

The battle saw the Christian League decisively defeated the Turks. The name of Italian aristocrat Marcantonio Colonna was also scrawled onto the bags of ammunition, along with Șerban Cantacuzino who took part in the Ottoman campaign which ended in their defeat at the Battle of Vienna.

The name of Russian seaman Dmitry Senyavin was also written in white on the guns, who fought during the Russo-Turk war, along with military governor Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg, who battled in Great Turkish War.

British Admiral Edward Codrington was also named in the scrawl, having destroyed the Turkish and Egyptian fleet at the Battle of Navarino in the 1800s.

The gunman filmed himself preparing for the massacre in his car, wearing military-style body armour and helmet that read "let's get this party started".

The shooter posted a vile 74-page manifesto online, claiming he had carried out the attack to "take a stand to ensure a future for my people".

In the rambling message, he also wrote the shooting was "to take revenge for Ebba Akerlund".

The 12-year-old Swedish girl had been murdered in the Stockholm lorry attack at the hands of asylum seeker Rakhmat Akilov, from Uzbekistan, in April 2017.

Three men and one woman are in custody following the shootings at Masjid Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Masjid Mosque in Christchurch at around 1.40pm local time.

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The Black Sun symbol is used in Satanism and neo-Nazism
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The Black Sun symbol is used in Satanism and neo-Nazism
The ammunition was covered in the names of 18th century admirals
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The ammunition was covered in the names of 18th century admirals
The shooter turns the camera on himself on his way to the rampage. It was posted on a Facebook page belonging to Brenton Tarrant
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The shooter turns the camera on himself on his way to the rampage. It was posted on a Facebook page belonging to Brenton Tarrant
Footage showed the gunman appearing to prepare ahead of the massacre
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Footage showed the gunman appearing to prepare ahead of the massacre
The gunman filmed the sick massacre in Christchurch
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The gunman filmed the sick massacre in Christchurch
Police also defused a number of improvised explosives which were found on nearby booby-trapped cars following the bloodbath.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirmed the death toll had hit 49 and said the country had been placed on its highest security threat level.

She declared: "It is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack."

She said four people in police custody held extremist views, but had not been on any police watchlists.

WHO WERE THEY? Confusion over suspects in mosque massacres
AT least 49 people were today killed when shots were fired in two mosques in New Zealand.Amid the chaos, conflicting reports have emerged over just who was responsible over the horrific attacks.Initial reports suggested there were two gunmen involved as police were called to the two Christchurch mosques just 10 minutes apart.However, it is unclear how many suspects were involved in the shootings that has left the city in shock.New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush confirmed four people had been arrested by cops in the aftermath of the shootings.One was initially reported to be wearing a suicide vest, but police later discounted that theory.One man, a 28-year-old, has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow.Police confirmed two other people had been apprehended, with authorities "working to understand what their involvement is", Commissioner Bush said.The fourth person is believed to have been armed at the scene, but it is not clear if they were involved in the attack. They remain in custody.New Zealand and Australian authorities have both confirmed the suspects had not been on agency watch lists.



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The shooter is believed to be a 28-year-old Australian.

The video was published on the Facebook account of a man named Brenton Tarrant – and this profile has since been removed.

The names of the gunmen have not yet been confirmed by police.

He also says "Remember lads, subscribe to pewdiepie", referencing the controversial YouTuber.

Following the shootings, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it is "one of New Zealand's darkest days".

In a press conference, Police Commissioner Mike Bush warned police in the city and elsewhere will be carrying guns for the next week or so.

Mr Bush said "there have been some absolute acts of bravery" in the arrests of the four attackers as he confirmed a "significant" amount of casualties.

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Massacre man Brenton Tarrant visited the mosque, badly disguised as a Pakistani, three consecutive weeks before the attack
Christchurch mosque shootings: Shocking developments emerge after guilty plea | Newshub

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Startling new information has emerged on what some March 15 survivors believe happened in the weeks leading up to the Christchurch tragedy. Patrick Gower shares this exclusive story.

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