A far-right social media account recently complained that the Christchurch attack, and all attacks like it, “don’t go far enough,” and that the preferred solution would supposedly take “decades” in order to happen.
White Supremacists recently discussed the “lesson of Christchurch,” concluding that “accelerationism works,” with some railing against White Nationalists (WN) concerned about so-called “optics.”
Neo-Nazis recently discussed the role of so-called “race warriors” in a violent forum thread, endorsing violence, opening up with a comment from an anonymous user that was encouraging action with the promise that “the gods will reward you.”
A far-right social media profile shared an image that urged people to “fight back for them,” showing the images of white children who were victimized by non-white perpetrators, seemingly calling for vigilante justice.
Neo-Nazis recently threatened both Jews and Muslims in a forum thread concerning the so-called “Race War,” suggesting certain unspecific targets, and methods of attack such as guns, bombs, and poison.
A forum thread recently called for targeting those of the LGBT community with violence and Eugenics programs as a means of eliminating the population from society.
A forum thread recently endorsed so-called “Lone Wolf Attacks,” as well as violence targeting women and immigrants, in order to target immigrants’ ability to procreate.
A neo-Nazi recently called for the deaths of various minorities, and “leftists” amid a forum thread dedicated to praising the actions of the Christchurch shooter, Brenton Tarrant, and why he was a supposed “genius.”
A neo-Nazi recently shared a document called the “White Resistance Manual,” a text that was devoted to advising White Nationalists (WNs) and others on the far right on how to carry out violence in a lone wolf capacity, touching on weapons, techniques, and sabotage.
White Supremacists recently issued general threats against the police in a thread reacting to a media story concerning a New Zealand man dying in a stand-off with the authorities who were attempting to relieve him of an alleged cache of firearms.
A website promoted by far-right users online serves as a database of public figures, companies, and organization deemed as “anti-white,” detailing each subject’s background information and “offense” against white people.