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 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 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.
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.
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 and neo-Nazis continued their discussions of the recent attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, a portion of which was livestreamed by the attacker, with many praising the attacker for his actions, and one person calling the action “revenge.”
White Supremacists and neo-Nazis recently reacted to the Mosque attacks that occurred in Churchchrist New Zealand, part of which was livestreamed by the attacker, while some thought that the attack damaged the credibility of the movement, others showed no remorse for so-called “invaders,” and some even considered it a “win.”
One of the men allegedly responsible for the attacks on mosques in New Zealand – so far identified as Brenton Tarrant – noted that his inspiration for the attack came from people like Anders Breivik and Dylann Roof, and rationalized his actions as part of an overarching fight against so-called “White Genocide” in a manifesto he had posted online prior to his shootings.
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.