While the mainstream media is busy labeling the 28 New Zealand shooter originally from Australia, Brenton Tarrant, as a white supremacist, his 74 page manifesto says otherwise.
He is in no wise a “Trump-supporting white supremacist” who hates Muslims because they are brown.
While Big Tech is busy attempting to scrub the 28 year old, Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto from the web, his writing reveals him as a self-described “eco-fascist by nature”.
That characterization would place him closer to Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and her Democrat ilk with their eco-fascist Green New Deal rather than as a white supremacist conservative.
In The Great Replacement Manifesto, Tarrant uses a question and answer format in the beginning to clarify his intent and background.
He asks and answers the following question: Were your beliefs influenced by other attackers?
Answer: I have read the writings of Dylan Roof and many others, but only really took true inspiration from Knight Justiciar Breivik.
Knight Justiciar Breivik refers to the Norwegian mass shooter, Anders Behring Breivik, who killed a total of 77 people in Norway in August of 2012. Brevik has identified himself as Fascist and Nazi who practices Odinism (aka Heathenry or Germanic Neopaganism).
When Breivik appeared in Norwegian court for his trial, he gave the Communist salute after his handcuffs were removed. Obviously, more akin to the far left Communism than conservatives or even white nationalists.
Communism and Nazism both have their roots in socialism and are anti-capitalist.
Race is one of their most frequently used tools to spread these ideologies to initialize the furtherance of class warfare which advances the Hegelian dialectic of change.
Question: Were/are you a fascist?
Answer: Yes. For once, the person that will be called a fascist, is an actual fascist. I am sure the journalists will love that. I mostly agree with Sir Oswald Mosley’s views and consider myself an Eco-fascist by nature. The nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China.
Question: Were/are you a conservative?
Answer: No, conservatism is corporatism in disguise, I want no part of it.
He states in his manifesto that he made the decision to attack himself and was not ordered by a group. He also clearly states in his manifesto that he did not do the attack for fame as he will be forgotten as were the names of the 911 terrorists.
Curiously interesting is his reasoning for using firearms:
Question: Why did you choose to use firearms?
Answer: I could have chosen any weapons or means. A TATP* filled rental van. Household flour, a method of dispersion and an ignition source. A ballpeen hammer and a wooden shield. Gas, fire, vehicular attacks, plane attacks, any means were available. I had the will and I had the resources.*TATP is a Homemade Bomb
I chose firearms for the affect it would have on social discourse, the extra media coverage they would provide and the affect it could have on the politics of United states and thereby the political situation of the world. The US is torn into many factions by its second amendment, along state, social, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines.
With enough pressure the left wing within the United states will seek to abolish the second amendment, and the right wing within the US will see this as an attack on their very freedom and liberty.
This attempted abolishment of rights by the left will result in a dramatic polarization of the people in the United States and eventually a fracturing of the US along cultural and racial lines.
In short, it appears that Tarrant is attempting to fracture the U.S. into the traditional class struggle of Communism through his actions to segregate it along cultural and racial lines. This surely is a larger context than white supremacy.
Tarrant describes himself in his manifesto as an ordinary, working class white man from a low income family who had no interest in schooling and no University education. He made money in Bit Connect, crypto currency, and used it to travel and apparently set up his attack.
He conducted his act to take revenge for Islamic displaced European’s and to take revenge for 11 year old Ebba Akerland, a deaf girl killed with her teddy bear in her arms by an ISIS fanatic who deliberately drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians in Stockholm, Sweden- among a host of other reasons.
He ended his litany of reasons with a reference to the United States:
Finally, to create conflict between the two ideologies within the United States on the ownership of firearms in order to further the social, cultural, political and racial divide within the United states. This conflict over the 2nd amendment and the attempted removal of firearms rights will ultimately result in a civil war that will eventually balkanize the US along political, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines.
What appears to be going on here is that one of Tarrant’s goals here is to provoke civil war and fracture the United States which will also impact the rest of the planet.
Certainly, a class struggle Communist reference. He also made references to the preservation of the white race on the North American continent and the destruction of the “melting pot” pipe dream.
Yet mixed in with his references to preservation of the white race is the following question and answer:
Question: Is there a particular person that radicalized you the most?
Answer: Yes, the person that has influenced me above all was Candace Owens. Each time she spoke I was stunned by her insights and her own views helped push me further and further into the belief of violence over meekness. Though I will have to disavow some of her beliefs, the extreme actions she calls for are too much, even for my tastes.
Candace Owens, is a conservative black woman, who does not preach violence, and is a Trump supporter. Tarrant can hardly be described as much of a white supremacist citing her as inspiration.
On the other hand, conservative journalist Michael Treacey, tweeted that Tarrant was citing Owens to discredit conservatives for whom he professes hatred and to provoke dissension. His real inspiration was Anders Breivik.
As noted above, Tarrant was interested in fracturing the cultural fabric of the United States so trolled a mix of ideologies in his manifesto to “stir the soup” as the saying goes. He appears to advocate a race war between the American left and right with his emphasis on splitting the culture “on racial lines”.
He is not a Trump supporter, but supports the leftist mainstream media narrative of Trump as a supporter of white people- probably another way of provoking societal dissent with the intent of instigating a civil war between the left and conservatives.
Question: Were/are you a supporter of Donald Trump?
Answer: As a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose? Sure. As a policy maker and leader? Dear god no.
His characterization of Trump as a white nationalist as any objective individual would know is a meme caricature that has been created by the mainstream leftist media who have taken Trump’s words out of context- just as they have done with Brenton Tarrant.
Tarrant also did not identify as a Christian.
Question: Were/are you a christian?
Answer: That is complicated. When I know, I will tell you.
Fact: If an adult doesn’t know if he is a Christian or not, he is not one.
The shooter live streamed the shooting on Facebook. Visible on his weapon were names and references to mass shooters from the past. Obviously, this event was meant to reach a global audience rather than merely be confined to New Zealand.
Without the technology monopoly of Facebook and Twitter this would not have been possible.
The video below highlights the shooter and the event cutting in some video from Tarrant. It runs about 4 and a half minutes.
The following video involves an interview with Trevor Louden, maker of the documentary “The Enemies Within“, whose home town is Christchurch, New Zealand.
Brenton Tarrant is one confused individual representing a mixture of viewpoints. A “melting pot” of wrong reasoning to reach a conclusion of violence.
The rambling manifesto clearly points to provoking a civil war in the United States and reflexively on the planet. As Tarrant notes in the manifesto, the racial war he intends to provoke “will also reduce the USA’s ability to project power globally.”
The title of the manifesto – Towards a New Society seems to betray his overall intent- end all individualism and promote a collectivist model. This guy is certainly no conservative.
Yet, there is a bit of the case of those who live by the sword, die by the sword for the unfortunate victims of this event. Whether they choose to acknowledge it or not, many innocent people have died at the hands of Muslim terrorists- including Christians in their churches.
As noted in the video below:
In Nigeria, over 120 Christians have been gunned down or killed with machetes over the 3 weeks preceding the shooting by Islamic jihadists. CNN and the mainstream media completely ignored it.
Thus far in 2019, there have been 453 Islamic terror attacks in which 1,956 people have been murdered.
According to Open Doors, in the top 50 anti-Christian nations, an average of 11 Christians a day are killed for their faith alone- most of them Islamic dominated nations.
A Christian living in a majority Muslim country is 143 times more likely to be killed by a Muslim for being a Christian than a Muslim is likely to be killed by a non-Muslim in a Western country for being what they are.
If all atrocities are bad, where is the media acknowledgement of these atrocities when the shoe is on the other foot?
As to be expected, politicians are using this shooting as an excuse to crackdown on the right of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves which would have put a stop to the shooting as demonstrated at the 2nd mosque.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern immediately called for stricter gun-control laws, as though the guns caused the incident, not the deranged shooter.
On the Saturday after the shooting, she wore a hijab, apparently to show solidarity with the victims and prove she ain’t no Islamphobic, I suppose.
However, it is certainly not a clear cut case of a white supremacist who are attributed to the right wing when, in fact, he is very much a left winger with his embrace of the Communist and Fascist ideologies, along with Marxist tactics for creating a “new society” as Tarrant puts it in the title of his manifesto.
As noted above, the closest social and political values to his own are Communist China- a police state, socialist State of tyranny.
Download and read Tarrant’s manifesto yourself (from the links on this page) if you want to learn more about this obviously deranged individual.
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