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.
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.
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.
A neo-Nazi recently released a podcast in which he called the New Zealand Mosque attacks “genius,” suggested that other far-right fascists prepare for societal collapse and subsequant “revolution,” and appealed to more moderate “right-wingers” who supported Trump to “join” or be a “coward.”
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 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 social media account, seemingly displeased with the progress of the Brexit negotiations – which have failed once again the produce a workable deal – recently posted a death threat targeting the Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May.
White Supremacists recently lauded right-wing Australian senator for shifting the blame onto “Muslim immigrants” for the recent Christchurch Mosque attacks.
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.
An activist website recently shared a claim of responsibility for firing fifteen rounds from a “rifle” at the windows of a courthouse in the capital city of Kiev, Ukraine.
A social media account recently accused those on the right and even far-right who are disavowing the New Zealand Attacker as being “cowards” for doing so, and urged them to “own it,” and “wield it.”
A social media account recently urged others to share copies of the Christchurch Mosque attacker’s manifesto, insising that the shooter – Brenton Tarrant – “did nothing wrong,” that “accelerationism is the answer,” and that “Christchurch was just a pre-taste.”
White Supremacists recently pushed for “politically awake, right-wing people need to take over the GOP,” insisting that the victory of populist candidates on the left like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was proof that victory of right-wing equivalent is possible.
Far-right social media accounts recently lauded the Deputy Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Salvini, for evicting migrants from a squatter camp and bulldozing their dwellings, though there were some disappointed that the government simply moved the migrants to a new tent city rather than deport them.
White Supremacists recently railed against the Trump administration for its percieved “betrayal” of its base, supposedly for not following up on the promises of a border wall, and Trump’s public endorsement of legal immigration.
A White Supremacist social media account recently shared an article that advised readers on how to infiltrate local politics as a White Nationlist (WN.)
An activist website recently shared the news of a week of action against police brutality that will begin on March 8, concluding on March 16, 2019.
White Supremacists recently shared an article from a blog that insisted that the dominant South African political party in the country’s National Assembly, the African National Congress (ANC) will be attempting to “seize white property in cities, not just farms.”
A social media account recently sparked a disturbing conversation when it shared a poll inquiring into “who should be our first public hanging,” offering Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and popular congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as possible choices.
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.