Anonymous users on a chan board recently engaged in a conversation endorsing violence against children in a thread that has since been taken down from the site, presumably by an administrator or moderator.
A fascist social media account recently urged others to offset the so-called “staggering birthrates” of white populations, and insisted that “a strong man can condition a woman to do the right thing.”
Anonymous users on a chan board recently urged each other to take part in an effort to translate the Christchurch Mosque attacker’s manifesto into many different languages to spread online.
Anonymous users on a chan board recently discussed ways in which to “fight back” against Islam, leading to a violent conversation that made reference to attacking mosques in a similar manner as the Christchurch shootings.
A far-right social media account recently railed against African Americans, sharing a racist meme, and coaxing other users into a violent conversation.
Anonymous users on a chan board recently suggested that people should support Brenton Tarrant by sending him money in prison, and at least one threated “the Bilderberg group,” “the SPLC,” “AIPAC,” and pro-refugee NGOs.
Anonymous users on a chan board recently urged those of the far-right to “accelerate” the situation following the mosque attacks that took place in Christchurch New Zealand, suggestinfg multiple actions, including targeting “tech executives.”
Anonymous users on a chan board recently urged New Zealanders to steal guns as a response to the country’s recent ban on assault rifles, and also advised other actions such as ones of violence or vandalism, such as burning down mosques to “accelerate” a conflict along racial and religious lines.
A neo-Nazi social media account recently attempted to justify the Christchurch shooter’s actions by using the tragic death of young Ebba Ackerlund, much like the attacker – Brenton Tarrant – did in his own manifesto.
A neo-Nazi social media account recently shared a photograph of a supposed mural featuring the Christchurch Mosque attacker – Brenton Tarrant – portrayed as a saint, very similar to an image that has been recently shared to certain far-right online spaces and profiles.
A Neo-Nazi social media account implied to belong to a U.S. resident recently celebrated the Christchurch, New Zealand terrorist attack via images praising the attacker, guns and edited clips of the attack, adding to his existing collection of violent posts against Jews, Muslims, and racial minorities.
A neo-Nazi social media account recently stirred up a violent and anti-Semitic conversation using the well-known canard of Jews controlling various industries as a monolithic group.
The self-styled eco-nihilist group, Individualists Tending Toward the Wild, (ITS) recently released their seventy-sixth communique, actually disavowing responsibility for an explosive attack in Mexico, while praising the group who allegedly is responsible.
A right-wing social media account recently shared a meme stating that it is supposedly “OK for whites to be extremely hostile towards anyone trying to destroy their homeland,” without being too specific as to what constitutes an attempt to “destroy.”
A far-right social media account recently shared a post insisting that it is “ok to be anti-gay,” which sparked a violent homophobic conversation in the comments of the intiial post.
A neo-Nazi social media account recently sparked an anti-semistic conversation while railing against the conception of democracy, politicians, and those of Jewish heritage.
A White Nationalist (WN) social media account recently shared a manual that purported to be an instruction guide on how to conduct so-called “Ethnic Cleansing Operations” when social conditions break down sufficiently enough to allow for such violent action.
A Philadelphia-based anarchist publication recently released an article mentioning the use of vandalism to possibly counteract Amazon’s increasing economic power and use of surveillance technology in cities like Philadelphia “and elsewhere.”