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Ban on military rifles executed in New Zealand, subsequent to Christchurch mosque shooting


Jacinda Ardern said the ban goes into effect immediately and would be followed by legislation next month. New Zealand's citizens should make arrangements to turn in weapons banned under the new laws, Ardern told the nation in a live television announcement.

She said an amnesty will be put in place for weapons to be handed in by citizens. The New Zealand cabinet will also implement a buyback plan for banned weapons, and there will be "tightly regulated" exemptions for some owners such as hunters and farmers.

About 1.5 million firearms are owned – legally and illegally – by civilians in New Zealand, according to police data tracked by GunPolicy.org, a website run in conjunction with the University of Sydney. This equates to about 30 firearms per 100 people. In the United States, the rate is approximately 120 firearms per 100 people, according to the site.
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Donald Trump Jr. defends Chelsea Clinton in standoff with NYU student on islamophobic comments


“I’m so sorry,” she said. “Certainly it was never my intention. I do believe words matter.”
Still, the student persisted in dressing down Clinton, claiming the shootings were “stoked by people like you.”

While it’s unclear which statements the student was referring, the exchange subsequently prompted a series of reactions on Twitter, including one from Drumpf Jr. who called it “sickening.”

Instead, he contended that he didn’t see white nationalism as much of an issue, speculating that the issue lies within “a small group of people that have very, very serious problems, I guess.”
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Lawsuit by bereaved victims of Sandy Hook shooting allowed to proceed


The court's narrow decision, overturning a lower court judge, rules that Remington can be sued over its marketing practices under a Connecticut state law, despite protections offered to gun manufacturers by federal law. The ruling sends the case back to the lower court.

"What I'm looking to find out in this whole process, essentially, is what went on inside Remington," said Bill Sherlach, whose wife Mary was the school psychologist shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. "Let's see the internal documents, the internal emails, as to what the charges were to their marketing and ad execs."

Lawyers for the gunmaker argued that there was no way for Remington to assess the shooter, and therefore no way they could have known what the gun would be used for.
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New Zealand to experience stricter gun laws


Speaking to media in Wellington this morning, Ardern stressed that "now was the time for change."

In my opinion, this is the wrong decision to make, an affectuated decision made during the shock of the recent event. It is exactly what the shooter intent to achieve, and if you are going to do it, he will have won. There's nothing wrong about the gun laws, they didn't make it happen. He would've found another way to obtain his gun, despite the laws. This event had to be stopped beforehand, before he could reach the point of starting his shooting.

"Given global indicators around far-right extremism, our intelligence community has been stepping up their investigations in this area.
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On the basis of internet culture that fuels hate crimes


The shooter’s manifesto and the livestream both contain a handful of references to internet-related things. Before he begins his drive to the mosque, the shooter says, “Subscribe to PewDiePie” — a phrase that recently became a meme via the YouTuber’s fans’ fervent efforts to preserve PewDiePie’s status as the channel with the most subscriptions on that platform. In the livestream recording, the shooter plays a piece of music known among channers as “Remove Kebab” (taken from an old Serbian propaganda video) while on his way to the mosque, and later plays a remix of “Grün ist Ünser Fallschirm,” a German paratrooper song preferred by channers. The one uniquely garish twist to the shooter’s livestream was his decision to write messages directly on his weapon, which is visible in the video at all times, similar to in a video game. It’s a tactic that feels cribbed from the popularity of streaming and “Let’s Plays.... show more


 

On the mass shooting in Sao Paulo


De Castro followed, first striking wounded people with an axe and then swinging it wildly while scores of students ran past him.
De Castro then armed his crossbow and walked further into the K-12 school.

Friends and former classmates told investigators the duo was obsessed with the attack on Columbine High School but that they didn't believe the attack would actually happen.

Reminds me of the trenchoat mafia...

"Bullying, they call it. ... He stopped going to school ... because of this," she told the Band News TV network.
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#NewZealand: Shitposter massacres Mosques, personally radicalized by Candace Owens


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here's the video: https://bit.ly/2u61qOW




"Remove Kebab" xD


A shitposter has gone sicko mode on Moslems at multiple sites in Christchurch, New Zealand. He livestreamed the whole thing.
Stuff.co.nz:

One person has been arrested, but police believe there may be other offenders involved in the fatal shootings of at least nine people at two mosques in Christchurch.

Sources say nine people have been confirmed dead following the shootings at the Masjid Al Noor on
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