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Christchurch shooters myth is revisited

The 2019 Christchurch shooters myth is revisited in yet another online mini-doco, this time covering evidence that contradict the claim that he had no assistance. It was the initial gut feeling of the Muslim community, and many in New Zealand, that he could not have pulled this off alone. Yet after the government visiting every white person who had ever said boo about Islamic terrorist, child marriages etc here in NZ, not a single accomplice was found. The Islamic community have accepted millions in welfare and the silencing of their critics, so they’re placated while Arderns government has enacted some of the strongest social engineering laws in world history.

It appears NZ Muslims have been conned by the very person they are trying to con.

The latest video in which the Christchurch shooters myth is revisited can be found here: Christchurch Mosque Shooting – The Indisputable Facts

Previous commentary on this issue can be found in the links below:
March 15th 2019: New Zealand Mosque Shooter’s Manifesto Apparently Posted Online, Admires Communist China.
March 15th 2019: Perpetrator of New Zealand terrorist attack visited Turkey ‘twice’.
March 17th 2019: REVEALED: New Zealand Attacker WASN’T ‘Far Right’, He Was Linked To Left-Wing Groups
March 20th 2019: Tehran Times: New Zealand False Flag Event.
March 24th 2019: To prevent another Christchurch, Islam must confront the attacks in its name that have radicalised the West.
March 26th 2019: THE NEW ZEALAND SHOOTING: WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY?
April 3rd 2019: ThNZ Mosque Attack Doesn’t Add Up – Here’s Why.
April 3rd 2019: Alex Jones Breaks Down NZ Killer’s Manifesto
April 3rd 2019: Commonsense: New Zealand atrocity: Uncomfortable truths
April 15th 2019: Probably the best explanation of how this has played out yet.

November 4th 2019: Dunedin mosque Islamic supremacist video that sparked Christchurch shooting still widely available
Christchurch shooters myth is revisited
Tarrant was 100 wrong in his actions, there has never been a time when more Muslims are leaving Islam after receiving an education and reading the Islamic Sources for themselves. It’s easy to see the Quran and earliest Islamic sources do not say what the local Imams claim it says! Education easily defeats Islamic ideology.

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One thought on “Christchurch shooters myth is revisited

  1. I don’t think there’s much that is new in this video, apart from (1) Some additional info on the car parked to the left of the entrance of Al Noor, and (2) The info on the turquoise car. Actually, the gunman’s car, while parked early in the “live stream”, is passed by THREE turquoise cars in succession (how likely is that?), before he drives off behind a fourth turquoise car – but not immediately behind it, as another car interposes itself.

    Interestingly, Max Igan says nothing about the two people standing beside the mosque gate as the gunman approaches the mosque for the first time. The man is Mohamed Jama; the woman has not, to the best of my knowledge, been identified. Although they are both clearly Muslims, the gunman does not shoot them. Why?

    Igan now suggests the people at the two ends of the prayer hall were real people (i.e. not dummies) who reacted to the “shooting” by freezing. In the “live stream” we do, indeed, see huddled figures that appear to fall from crouching positions. Does that prove that they are real? Maybe, maybe not.

    Have you seen this earlier video, in which Igan and Jim Fetzer argue heatedly over various details? http://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=WYMXYA1R8G2M

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