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New Zealand Shooter Brenton Tarrant Said He Hated Conservatives And Trump, Admired Communists

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A shooter killed dozens of people in a New Zealand mosque and left behind a manifesto that endorsed a variety of causes on both sides of the political aisle.

While many questions remain to be answered about this horrific act of violence, the only thing that’s clear is that the shooter was mentally disturbed.

Trump himself took to Twitter to say about the shooting, “My warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the mosques. 49 innocent people have so senselessly died, with so many more seriously injured. The U.S. stands by New Zealand for anything we can do. God bless all!”

That doesn’t stop liberals and Democratic/Socialist in our country to attack him!

But it turns out that the shooter wasn’t Trump’s biggest fan!

Describing himself as an “eco-fascist” and expressing a deep respect for Communist China, Brenton Tarrant wrote that “conservatism is corporatism in disguise. I want no part of it.”

Infowars.com reports: “Conservatism is dead, thank god,” he also wrote, bemoaning the fact that conservatives did not see everything through the lens of race.

Describing the arc of his political journey, the killer said, “When I was young I was a communist, then an anarchist and finally a libertarian before coming to be an eco-fascist.”

Tarrant also wrote that he considered himself an “eco-fascist by nature.”

He also expressed admiration for Communist China.

Tarrant also disavowed President Trump from the standpoint of his policies and decisions, answering the question, “Were/are you a supporter of Donald Trump” with the words, “Dear god no.”

Tarrant was clearly an alt-right racist who despised both liberals and mainstream conservatives. His political positions occupied both fringes of the extreme right and left.

His condemnation for mainstream conservatives, whom he dismissed as “milquetoast civic nationalist boomers” clearly illustrates how the media’s attempt to smear people like Candace Owens as being complicit in the attack is absurd and dishonest.


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  1. Devon Polaschek, Joint Director of the NZ Institute of Security and Crime Science, said on the basis of the document she did not think he was psychotic. It is important to point out that Dr Polaschek has not examined Tarrant and that she is basing her opinion only on the available documents online.Dr Polaschek says that while it is clear Tarrant is susceptible to poor reasoning, his writing is full of arguments, evidence that he was not living in delusional fantasy.
    “He has spent far too long ruminating on certain ideas – but those ideas are shared by others. He’s uneducated, but he’s not a stupid man.” – Polaschek ; Tarrant, who on his own admission barely passed high school, had made an effort to educate himself. “The problem is that he is self-educated, and he is self-selecting the information that he is consuming. Reinforcing what he already thinks in a circular process.” -Polaschek
    Tarrant quotes poetry in the document at least three times, including the work of Dylan Thomas and Rudyard Kipling, along with references to right-wing thinkers. Dr Polaschek says Tarrant is trying to paint a picture of himself as a thinker. – – – “From what I have seen he typifies a segment of the population at risk of terrorism – working class European young men, who are vulnerable to feeling redundant, and can’t engage with any of the great things happening in society. The lack of a sense of purpose or worth in wider society was particularly dangerous in young men. Often, this can occur in the absence of strong male role models” – Dr Polaschek said,
    Tarrant’s father died in 2010 at the age of 49. At some point before that his parents separated, although it is not yet clear when, or in what circumstances. One area where the document began to show evidence of delusional thinking was when Tarrant compared himself to Nelson Mandela.
    “I expect to be freed in 27 years from my incarceration, the same number of years as Mandela, for the same crime,” -Tarrant. Given an apparent obsession with declining fertility in European populations, Tarrant felt necessary in the document to justify why he had not had children. Dr Polaschek drew attention to the fact that in many parts the document reads like a “FAQ”, or Frequently Asked Questions.
    In the final analysis, Dr Polaschek described Tarrant as “semi-rational. He has more or less constructed an argument, and to find the problems takes some work, it’s not obvious. In some of it, though, he is clearly contradictory and hypocritical.”

  2. Devon Polaschek, Joint Director of the NZ Institute of Security and Crime Science, said on the basis of the document she did not think he was psychotic. It is important to point out that Dr Polaschek has not examined Tarrant and that she is basing her opinion only on the available documents online.Dr Polaschek says that while it is clear Tarrant is susceptible to poor reasoning, his writing is full of arguments, evidence that he was not living in delusional fantasy.
    “He has spent far too long ruminating on certain ideas – but those ideas are shared by others. He’s uneducated, but he’s not a stupid man.” – Polaschek ; Tarrant, who on his own admission barely passed high school, had made an effort to educate himself. “The problem is that he is self-educated, and he is self-selecting the information that he is consuming. Reinforcing what he already thinks in a circular process.” -Polaschek
    Tarrant quotes poetry in the document at least three times, including the work of Dylan Thomas and Rudyard Kipling, along with references to right-wing thinkers. Dr Polaschek says Tarrant is trying to paint a picture of himself as a thinker. – – – “From what I have seen he typifies a segment of the population at risk of terrorism – working class European young men, who are vulnerable to feeling redundant, and can’t engage with any of the great things happening in society. The lack of a sense of purpose or worth in wider society was particularly dangerous in young men. Often, this can occur in the absence of strong male role models” – Dr Polaschek said,
    Tarrant’s father died in 2010 at the age of 49. At some point before that his parents separated, although it is not yet clear when, or in what circumstances. One area where the document began to show evidence of delusional thinking was when Tarrant compared himself to Nelson Mandela.
    “I expect to be freed in 27 years from my incarceration, the same number of years as Mandela, for the same crime,” -Tarrant. Given an apparent obsession with declining fertility in European populations, Tarrant felt necessary in the document to justify why he had not had children. Dr Polaschek drew attention to the fact that in many parts the document reads like a “FAQ”, or Frequently Asked Questions.
    In the final analysis, Dr Polaschek described Tarrant as “semi-rational. He has more or less constructed an argument, and to find the problems takes some work, it’s not obvious. In some of it, though, he is clearly contradictory and hypocritical.”

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