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NZ Shooter Said His Goal Was To Make US Politicians Ban Guns and Spark a Civil War Between the Left and Right

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A terrorist who opened fire on a New Zealand mosque published an online manifesto (now removed) detailing his plans to carry out the massacre just hours before the attack.

Australian man Brenton Tarrant, 28, published ‘The Great Replacement‘ the morning before he opened fire inside the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The 87-page manifesto reveals in chilling details his grievances.  The shooter writes that he used guns and chose the targets to force left-wing politicians in the US to crackdown on guns and online speech and accelerate a civil war.

Many assume that the shooter mentioned PewDiePie before entering the mosque to create a mass crackdown on YouTube and online on speech because his manifesto says his intent was to do just that.

His plan, unfortunately, is unfolding exactly how he planned as the mosque outlets are already blaming YouTube and PewDiePie for right-wing radicalization, not knowing that this was all made up to get journalists to do just that.

The shooter also attempted to troll the media by implying that he create by a video game called Spyro the Dragon 3, Fortnite, and Candace Owens.

He also claimed to be inspired by Candace Owens, an outspoken backer of United States president Donald Trump.

‘The person that has influenced me above all was Candace Owens, each time she spoke I was stunned by her insights.’

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