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Suspected New Zealand Shooter’s Lunacy Revealed in New Photos

Make no mistake about it, this young man was no conservative: He was a racist and a bigot.

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There is no way to stop a maniac, except for the very obvious answer which would “stop” anyone.

Those who are driven to kill, specifically by bigotry and hatred, don’t have an avenue on which reason and logic travel.  After all, they subscribe to the doctrines of division, down whatever religious or ethnic lines they wish, in order to manifest their own self-loathing outward.

It’s projection, plain and simple.  These societal outcasts hurt so terribly inside, with no artistic or creative outlet to express it, allowing this hatred to bottle up.  Then, in what many assume will be their last act, they take this pain out on the world at large.  Instead of seeking answers, they seek vengeance for their place in this world.  Instead of searching for a meaning for their lives, they nullify the lives of others.

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These are madmen, plain and simple.  Their affiliations and their opinions are both irrelevant.  They were destined for destruction, and it would be foolish to assume that whatever finishing touches they add to their stories reflects the impetus of their mania.

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In the case of the accused in New Zealand, a sickening realization has come to light.

The name of Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonette appeared to be written on a weapon used in the New Zealand mosque attacks on Friday, in which 49 people were killed and dozens more were injured.

Twitter posts from a now suspended account tied to the shooter show images of the weapons allegedly used in the attack. References to fascism, anti-Islam messages, and the names of well-known far-right extremists were scrawled across the rifle, magazines, and body armour.

Among those scrawlings, written on a magazine, is the phrase, “For… Alexandre Bissonnette,” who opened fire on a Quebec City mosque in 2017, killing six Muslim men. Underneath Bissonette’s name on the magazine was Luca Traini, a far-right extremist who shot and injured six migrants in Italy in 2017.

This troubled young man, who was looking for an outlet for his inner hatred of the world, found it in the death of others.

And make no mistake about it; this young man was no conservative.  He was a racist and a bigot.

The 14s, which are repainted in several locations on his weapons, are a reference to the “fourteen words” written by jailed neo-Nazi bank robber David Lane: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” Lane was a member of a neo-Nazi terrorist group named The Order, which was inspired by a group of the same name in a White Nationalist fiction book titled The Turner Diaries. In The Turner Diaries, The Order succeeds in sparking a vicious sectarian civil war in the United States through a series of deadly terrorist attacks. This gels with the author’s repeated references to sparking internecine conflict in the United States.

We must remember, at least in terms of American conservatism, that the Constitution reigns supreme, and with it, the guarantee of equality.

That is certainly not something that this young man believed in.

 

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Dems and Trump Agree: Release As Much of The Mueller Report as Possible

When Trump and the democrats agree on something, but Mitch McConnell doesn’t, where do we go from here?

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It isn’t very often that you’ll find Donald Trump and  a majority of the democratic party on the same page…especially in regard to the Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory. For nearly two years the democrats, along with their lapdogs in the “infotainment” industry, had already precluded that Donald Trump was some sort of Russian double agent, handpicked by the Kremlin to rise to the highest office in the land in order to do Vladimir Putin’s bidding. Yes, it was absurd, and yes, we’re glad that Robert Mueller sorted that out for us. Now, the democrats, the American people, and Donald Trump all seem to agree:  Show us the report. The republicans, on the other hand, seem hesitant. House Democrats pressed the Justice Department to provide the full report from special counsel Robert Mueller even as Republicans gleefully called for them to “move on” from the Russia investigation . President Donald Trump accused those responsible for launching Mueller’s probe of “treasonous things against our country” and said they “certainly will be looked into.” Trump said the release of Mueller’s full report “wouldn’t bother me at all,” and Democrats quickly put that statement to the test, demanding that his administration hand over the entire document and not just Sunday’s four-page summary from Attorney General William Barr. The President has said on several occasions that releasing the entire report would be amenable to him, as he maintains his innocence in the matter. Mitch McConnell yesterday struck down an attempt to make the entire report public – a move that has raised some eyebrows among Trump supporters and other conservatives.      

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Wikipedia Joins Censorship Racket with ‘Paid Protection’ Posts

As if it weren’t enough to have the mainstream media’s infotainment imbecility on our doorstep, Wikipedia is now coming under fire for malfeasance as well.

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In society today, there is an embarrassing reality that we must face, in which information is so readily available that entire cottage industries have sprung up around the idea of herding and hoarding such knowledge. Of course, it all began with the mainstream media; an “infotainment” complex of well-paid and ostensibly attractive people telling you what happened today, in their own words.  Where are these exorbitant salaries generated?  During the commercial breaks that these television personalities are tasked with leading you in and out of. So, of course, a grain of salt is necessary when getting any information from these wealthy pundits. In our modern day, however, there is a new realm in which we can find ourselves bamboozled by “facts” and the gatekeepers that control them.  I’m speaking, of course, about the internet – a place whose ideas about free speech certainly don’t line up with the reality on the ground. While most of the discussion about internet censorship and far-left fascism revolve around entities such as Facebook and Google, a new tidbit of information has Wikipedia coming under fire as well. A report in Huffington Post recently revealed the case of Wikipedia editor Ed Sussman, who was paid by media clients such as NBC and Axios to help diminish critical material. Paid editors operating in a similar manner to Sussman have worked on behalf of CNN contributor Hilary Rosen and the CEOs of Reddit and Intel, among other clients. Other conduct by Sussman not covered by the Huffington Post shows him authoring fluff pieces for NBC executives and getting his proposed changes approved by another paid Wikipedia editor. Just how sleazy are the adjustments? In one example Feinberg cited, Sussman requested changes to the page of Axios journalist Jonathan Swan regarding a false report he made last September claiming…

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