Christchurch, New Zealand: What Did Brenton Tarrant Mean By The ‘Anti-White CEO?’

Conflicts perpetuated by Israel for ulterior reasons are the main driving force behind immigration—while receptive organizations promote the influx. Who is to blame?


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Ultimately, conflict is a negotiation, the only question is the route taken.

The attack in Christchurch, New Zealand that left dozens dead started off in a most unusual manner, with Brenton Tarrant telling viewers to "subscribe to PewDiePie" before entering Al Noor mosque and then opening fire with numerous weapons while livestreaming. His drive to the scene, as well as the getaway, had an accompanying soundtrack of "British Grenadiers," "Erika," "Fire" and "Gas, Gas, Gas" from Initial D. All in all, to say it was heavily laden in memes, would be an understatement.

As of this posting the death toll stands at 50.

Anime Right News monitored the situation as it unfolded and attempted to contact Tarrant for comment through his Twitter account before it was suspended. Unfortunately, we could not get a response from Tarrant before he was arrested.

Tarrant's timeline is archived for posterity, where he Tweeted numerous pictures of his gear and guns a few days beforehand.

Brenton Tarrant

Before embarking, Tarrant posted his manifesto titled "The Great Replacement," while using multiple links for contingency. The manifesto primarily focuses on, for rather obvious reasons, the issue of immigration and the effect it has had on European countries.

It's worth noting that Israel has bombed Gaza over one hundred times in parallel to this event unfolding in response to alleged rocket fire.

Iranian media pointed out that the timing in-line with Israel's air raid, as well as a renewed campaign in Yemen, is unusual. It has since come out that Tarrant also visited Israel in 2016, as well, which has lead to increasing speculation about Israel's potential role.

Australian Senator for Queensland Fraser Anning came under fire and had an egg smacked on his head after Tweeting about the attack.

Although there are a great deal of things to go over regarding this event, one thing in particular is worth focusing on, buried in Tarrant's manifesto is a section titled "No Profits For Anti-Whites," which specifically condemns elites in contrast to those affected by his attack.

Disregarding discrepancies about Tarrantthis is a rather unique portion out of the more ironic statements.

The section states that those behind the replacement are also profiting from their deeds, which of course means that such individuals would logically hold tremendous power in society, while they go about affecting cohesion and order. Who could be behind such things?

Endless wars in the Middle East, such as those initiated by the interests behind Genie Energy to overthrow the government of Syria, undoubtedly caused an influx in immigration—which is then received by receptive organizations in the West. With Iran and Venezuela, National Security Adviser John Bolton and U.S. Envoy For Venezuela Elliott Abrams are attempting the samewhich will invariably cause even more instability and therefore immigration.

Some politicians, such as Ilhan Omar and Tulsi Gabbard have rallied to a minor degree against these conflicts. They've stopped short, however, of naming names in a more direct mannerapart from Omar calling out the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Omar later criticized Syrian President Bashar al-Assad anyway.

Although Tarrant is primarily referring to promotional or receptive organizations, the fact that such executives do profit from these inherently disruptive and negative activities, is simply the truth. If it wasn't for these actors there wouldn't be problems in the first place.

Angelo Gage and Mimi al-Laham streamed a video going over these very same issues and their direct relation to conflict and war. Between devastation caused by the Iraq War, the looming possibility of a war with Iran, and more—it is those that create the conditions for conflict that are to blame in the end.

Ultimately, corporations like Genie Energy and their board members such as former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Lord Jacob Rothschild are most responsible for this event. The perpetuation of war, such as that against Syria's government, for the interests of people like Genie Energy founder Howard Jonas, Ira Greenstein and Jared Kushner is the root cause.

Despite such blatant conflicts of interest, these individuals remain unscrutinized by the media to the extent that they would be held accountable in any meaningful way, as such the consequences of this attack being directed solely at us is illegitimate.


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