Inside the Christchurch Killer’s Mind

On March 15, an Australian gunman tragically slaughtered 50 victims at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. The gunman, who shall remain nameless, characterizes himself as an “eco-fascist.” In his manifesto, which has been banned in New Zealand with stiff penalties, and which Big Tech is also censoring, the killer said, “I am an ethno-nationalist eco-fascist.” The gunman believes in the “ethnic autonomy for all peoples with a focus on the preservation of nature, and the natural order.” In other words, he is a multi-ethnic racist environmentalist who believes that the best way to save the planet from ecological destruction is not only to have fewer people on the Earth, but further, such people need to live in their own indigenous national environments.

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