新西兰发生恐怖袭击!49人死亡!

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以暴制暴终究不是办法。极左极右都是人类的祸害
目前来看最能遏止木教毒瘤问题的还真的就只有共产党的“再教育营”了。

这次是谁屠杀谁?
 

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New Zealand shooting suspect had 'many' other targets planned

A manifesto linked to the man charged in the shooting attacks of two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, says he was motivated by white nationalist ideology, had planned the attack for years and anticipated that he might not make it out alive.

At least 49 people were killed and dozens more injured in the shootings Friday in what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is calling "one of New Zealand's darkest days." An Australian man in his 20s has been charged with murder, and two other people remained in police custody Friday.

According to the 74-page manifesto posted to a now-deleted Twitter account with the same name as the suspected gunman, the attack was planned to give him "enough time to train, form a plan, settle my affairs, write down my views, then enact the attack."


A still image taken from video circulated on social media, posted online by the apparent gunman as the attack unfolded, shows him retrieving weapons from the trunk of his car. (Social media website via Reuters)
Here's what we know so far:

  • The alleged attacker reportedly livestreamed part of the attack. Police have urged people not to share the "distressing" footage.
  • The accused identified himself online before the rampage as Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant.
  • A now-deleted Twitter account with the same name as the suspected gunman had photos of weapons and protective equipment, and a link to a racist manifesto describing motivation for the attacks.
  • Photos of the equipment show names of extremist and historical figures written in white lettering on some of the equipment.
  • One of the names was Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who killed six people in an attack on a Quebec City mosque.
  • The writer of the manifesto describes himself as 28 years old, born in Australia to a "working-class, low-income family," and said he had a "regular childhood."
  • The manifesto calls out world leaders including "terrorist" Nelson Mandela, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, referred to as a "Pakistani Muslim invader," and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is known for accepting large numbers of migrants to settle in Germany. "Few have done more to damage and racially cleanse Europe of its people," the manifesto says of Merkel.
  • The manifesto names other mass shooters like Anders Breivik and Dylan [Dylann] Roof as people who had had an influence on him.
  • The person who influenced him "above all" is American right-wing commentator Candace Owens. Owens responded on Twitter by accusing "the left" and media of saying she inspired the attack.
  • The manifesto is written in Q&A fashion. The writer says he is not a member of any political group or movement. He goes on to detail white nationalist, anti-immigrant opinions, saying he was motivated by "white genocide," a term white supremacists use to describe immigration and the growth of minority populations.
  • He says he made money investing in Bitconnect, a cryptocurrency, and used the money to travel.
  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports Brenton Tarrant worked as a personal trainer at Big River Gym in the New South Wales city of Grafton between 2009 and 2011, when he left to go travelling overseas in Asia and in Europe.
  • Tracey Gray, manager of the gym, told ABC she recalled Tarrant's father Rodney died from an asbestos-related illness when Tarrant was in high school, and she believed he still had a surviving sister and mother.

A bulletproof vest and protection gear is seen in this undated photo posted on Twitter on Tuesday by the apparent gunman who attacked a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Twitter via Reuters)
  • Online accounts linked to the suspect had in recent days circulated white supremacist imagery and extreme right-wing messages celebrating violence against Muslims, and minorities on social media and message boards.
  • According to the manifesto, the attack was planned two years in advance, and the location chosen three months ago.
  • There were "many" other targets planned.
  • If he survived, the attacker planned to plead not guilty, calling the attack "a partisan action against an occupying force" and himself a "lawful, uniformed combatant."

With files from Reuters, The Associated Press
 

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New Zealand shooting suspect had 'many' other targets planned

A manifesto linked to the man charged in the shooting attacks of two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, says he was motivated by white nationalist ideology, had planned the attack for years and anticipated that he might not make it out alive.

At least 49 people were killed and dozens more injured in the shootings Friday in what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is calling "one of New Zealand's darkest days." An Australian man in his 20s has been charged with murder, and two other people remained in police custody Friday.

According to the 74-page manifesto posted to a now-deleted Twitter account with the same name as the suspected gunman, the attack was planned to give him "enough time to train, form a plan, settle my affairs, write down my views, then enact the attack."


A still image taken from video circulated on social media, posted online by the apparent gunman as the attack unfolded, shows him retrieving weapons from the trunk of his car. (Social media website via Reuters)
Here's what we know so far:

  • The alleged attacker reportedly livestreamed part of the attack. Police have urged people not to share the "distressing" footage.
  • The accused identified himself online before the rampage as Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant.
  • A now-deleted Twitter account with the same name as the suspected gunman had photos of weapons and protective equipment, and a link to a racist manifesto describing motivation for the attacks.
  • Photos of the equipment show names of extremist and historical figures written in white lettering on some of the equipment.
  • One of the names was Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who killed six people in an attack on a Quebec City mosque.
  • The writer of the manifesto describes himself as 28 years old, born in Australia to a "working-class, low-income family," and said he had a "regular childhood."
  • The manifesto calls out world leaders including "terrorist" Nelson Mandela, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, referred to as a "Pakistani Muslim invader," and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is known for accepting large numbers of migrants to settle in Germany. "Few have done more to damage and racially cleanse Europe of its people," the manifesto says of Merkel.
  • The manifesto names other mass shooters like Anders Breivik and Dylan [Dylann] Roof as people who had had an influence on him.
  • The person who influenced him "above all" is American right-wing commentator Candace Owens. Owens responded on Twitter by accusing "the left" and media of saying she inspired the attack.
  • The manifesto is written in Q&A fashion. The writer says he is not a member of any political group or movement. He goes on to detail white nationalist, anti-immigrant opinions, saying he was motivated by "white genocide," a term white supremacists use to describe immigration and the growth of minority populations.
  • He says he made money investing in Bitconnect, a cryptocurrency, and used the money to travel.
  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports Brenton Tarrant worked as a personal trainer at Big River Gym in the New South Wales city of Grafton between 2009 and 2011, when he left to go travelling overseas in Asia and in Europe.
  • Tracey Gray, manager of the gym, told ABC she recalled Tarrant's father Rodney died from an asbestos-related illness when Tarrant was in high school, and she believed he still had a surviving sister and mother.
A bulletproof vest and protection gear is seen in this undated photo posted on Twitter on Tuesday by the apparent gunman who attacked a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Twitter via Reuters)
  • Online accounts linked to the suspect had in recent days circulated white supremacist imagery and extreme right-wing messages celebrating violence against Muslims, and minorities on social media and message boards.
  • According to the manifesto, the attack was planned two years in advance, and the location chosen three months ago.
  • There were "many" other targets planned.
  • If he survived, the attacker planned to plead not guilty, calling the attack "a partisan action against an occupying force" and himself a "lawful, uniformed combatant."

With files from Reuters, The Associated Press
此凶手可谓是准备充分,前因后果,一应俱全。
 

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多人持枪突入, 有后勤支援, 有突击手, 有爆破手。。。。

就差一个狙击小组了。

这种亡命徒, 靠新西兰那几个警察, 真的是搞不定。 得出动军队才行。
 

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他说的是被CNN,BBC诬陷的中国,不是真正的中国。
有亲戚朋友在新疆可以打听一下回民的集中营,你就知道那是不是真的了.
 

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他说的是被CNN,BBC诬陷的川普,不是真正的川普。:monster:
希望你不会幼稚到认为这种枪手会看CNN,BBC的程度吧?

他可以看trump的推特,估计也许会看Fox。。。
 

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中国也躺枪了:
枪手指出最认同中国政治和社会理念
To the question about whether he was a fascist, he says “The nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China”.

https://www.opindia.com/2019/03/terrorist-who-attacked-new-zealand-mosque-said-china-is-closest-to-his-political-and-social-values/
枪手在他的“宣言”(manifesto)里提到了Trump。。。。

'Trump is a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose': New Zealand gunman's sick manifesto reveals he supported the president and wanted to spark 'a civil war in the U.S.' by massacring dozens

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6812653/Christchurch-shooter-supported-Trump-launched-attack-spark-civil-war-U-S-manifesto-says.html
他说的是被CNN,BBC诬陷的中国,不是真正的中国。
他说的是被CNN,BBC诬陷的川普,不是真正的川普。:monster:
都没错。

中美,是人类命运共同体,是夫妻, 是一家人。
 

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说明抢手对华人没有恶意
你从哪儿看到枪手对华人没有恶意的?他可能是赞同中国政府的一些政策,但不表明他对华人没有恶意。他是白人至上反移民的,华人移民难道得益于中国的政策而不在其反对之列?
 

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你从哪儿看到枪手对华人没有恶意的?他可能是赞同中国政府的一些政策,但不表明他对华人没有恶意。他是白人至上反移民的,华人移民难道得益于中国的政策而不在其反对之列?
自己看啊。前文。
他认同中国。

他哪里说反移民了?如果反移民,应该去移民局才对,不是吗?
针对华人的话,去唐人街更合适,不是吗?

如果过分解读,有时就歪曲事实了
 

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沉默,沉默,不在沉默中灭亡,就在沉默中爆发。
嗯,让人想到N年前类似的恐袭在美国发生后坛上某著名ID发出的"多行不义必自毙"的感慨。
 

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新西兰克赖斯特彻奇枪击案致49死48伤
2019-03-15 18:34:25 来源: 新华网

  新华社新西兰克赖斯特彻奇3月15日电(记者郭磊 卢怀谦)新西兰警察总署15日晚宣布,数小时前发生在新西兰南岛克赖斯特彻奇的枪击案已造成至少49人死亡,48人受伤。

  警方高级官员迈克·布什在记者会上说,枪手攻击了当地两座清真寺,哈格利公园附近的清真寺的袭击造成41人丧生,位于林伍德的清真寺的袭击导致7人死亡,此外又有一名重伤员在医院离世,致使死亡人数升至49人。


  当地时间3月16日凌晨,在新西兰克赖斯特彻奇,警察在枪击案现场附近执勤。 新西兰警察总署15日晚宣布,数小时前发生在新西兰南岛克赖斯特彻奇的枪击案已造成至少49人死亡,48人受伤。 新华社记者 卢怀谦 摄

  据当地媒体报道,多名枪手在克赖斯特彻奇城内多处发动袭击。一名目击者说,在枪击事件中至少听到50声枪响。

  迈克·布什说,目前克赖斯特彻奇警力约1000人,政府正在征调更多警务和安全人员前往克赖斯特彻奇。

  据新西兰警察总署发布的消息,至少有4名犯罪嫌疑人被捕,其中一名为女性。

  新西兰总理杰辛达·阿德恩在袭击发生后说,“这是新西兰史上最黑暗的一天,也是新西兰史无前例的暴力事件……这是一起有组织有预谋的恐怖袭击”。

  据报道,阿德恩和澳大利亚总理莫里森均证实,至少有一名犯罪嫌疑人是澳大利亚人。莫里森说,澳大利亚谴责这次由极端、暴力的恐怖分子发动的袭击,澳方已经做好准备在新西兰需要的时候提供帮助。

  中国驻克赖斯特彻奇总领事汪志坚对新华社记者表示,中国总领馆已经启动应急机制,经与警方核实,根据目前掌握的情况,没有中国公民在该事件中伤亡。
 

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新华国际时评: 新西兰“至暗时刻”的警示
2019-03-15 18:54:09 来源: 新华网

  新华社新西兰克赖斯特彻奇3月15日电 题:新西兰“至暗时刻”的警示

  新华社记者卢怀谦

  新西兰“花园之城”克赖斯特彻奇15日遭遇血腥恐怖袭击。新西兰警察总署宣布,枪击案已造成至少49人死亡、48人受伤。新西兰举国震惊,国际社会为之愕然。任何针对无辜平民的袭击都会受到全世界最严厉的谴责。此次恐袭也显示了一些苗头并带来警示。

  当地时间15日午后,多名不明身份武装分子对这座新西兰第三大城市至少两座清真寺发起突袭。遇袭者的遭遇让人悲伤,袭击者的冷血令人愤慨。

  新西兰总理杰辛达·阿德恩在袭击发生后说,“这是新西兰史上最黑暗的一天,也是新西兰史无前例的暴力事件……这是一起有组织有预谋的恐怖袭击”。

  目前公开信息相对有限,人们还无从对事件有全面认知。但仅从媒体获取的信息看,这次袭击事件有两个特点:第一,发生在治安良好的新西兰;第二,这是一次“白人至上”分子的冷血袭击。

  新西兰是一个多元文化的多民族国家,向来社会稳定。然而,正是在这样的国家发生了如此严重的恐怖袭击事件。一名袭击嫌疑人在社交媒体上对袭击作出长达数十页的“声明”,充斥着“白人至上”、反移民等言论。阿德恩和澳大利亚总理莫里森均证实,至少有一名犯罪嫌疑人是澳大利亚人。

  此次袭击和此前在西方国家发生的一些袭击事件,都显露了一个相似苗头:“白人至上”、反移民等社会杂音,正在压缩包容与理性的空间,为狭隘和极端思想的滋生提供了温床,而网络传播又增加了防范的困难。

  无辜生命的逝去令人痛心,构建起保护民众的安全网络非常重要。在互联网时代,如何有效防止极端思想的跨国传播是全球反恐的一大挑战。全球反恐,任重而道远。
 
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