What’s behind the New Zealand Mosque Massacres?

On March 15 2019, a gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand, killing fifty people, with as many reportedly injured.

The suspect was arrested less than an hour later, along with three others, leaving a macabre live video-streaming of the attack, together with a strange manifesto.

Called “The Great Replacement” his manifesto explains why he’s targeting “Islamic” invaders- in his own words; to take revenge on the invaders for the hundreds of thousands of deaths caused by foreign invaders in European lands.

But there’s a whole lot more to this story, it’s not just about a national tragedy, but etching a particular narrative in stone, with huge geopolitical consequences down the line.

In the aftermath of the attack the New Zealand’s gun lobby announced a ban on military-style semi-automatic rifles and the country’s censors banned the gunman’s video and manifesto.

The suspect-terrorist has since been identified as Brenton Tarrant, an Australian citizen who apparently self-describes as a racist and fascist.

All right then, we see where this is all leading, racist and fascist are constantly used to describe nationalists, meaning those opposed to mass illegal immigration, in this instance the Islamic kind, by the vociferous supporters of globalism.

Tarrant praised Donald Trump and white supremacist terrorist Anders Breivik who killed 77 young people in Norway, so nationalist somehow gets equated with terrorist, with this group posing a higher than normal national security risk in people’s minds.

And of course nationalists are all traditional Christians according to secular progressive spin.

Meanwhile Turkey’s President Erdogan has reportedly been playing the massacre video at election rallies to drum up support for his Islamist –rooted AK party in the March 31st elections.

He has called on New Zealand to restore the death penalty, ominously warning if that country did not make the suspected attacker pay for his crimes, Turkey will.

Referring to the “manifesto” posted online by the attacker; Erdogan said Turkey will return “in coffins” anyone who tried to take the battle to Istanbul, his comments drawing the ire of both the Australian and New Zealand governments.

But to assemble the pieces of the puzzle we need to start with the Jeff Bezos- owned Washington Post where Erdogan was given the floor in a post-mosque attacks op-ed that was predictable yet illuminating at the same time.

The relationship between the U.S. and the Turkish president has been volatile for some time, with American intelligence fingered in the attempted coup to oust Erdogan a few years back, but with this opinion piece Erdogan was provided a platform to portray himself as a crusader against western nationalism aka Islamophobia, comparing anti- Islamic extremists to ISIS.

And by doing this he aligned with powerful globalist interests and was revealed as just another pawn in the high-stakes game of international political chess.

Ok, this is the part where the manifesto gets interesting, Erdogan supposedly highlighted comments by gunman Brenton Tarrant calling for the re-conquest of Turkey by Christians, relegating all Muslim Turks to reside east of the Bosporus Strait, considered to be the dividing line between Europe and Asia.

But there’s more- apparently Tarrant visited Turkey twice in 2016, spending time in various parts of the country according to information by Turkish authorities Erdogan said.

He also allegedly visited Morocco, Israel, Croatia, Pakistan, South Korea, Japan and The Balkans.

Wow, so how did a guy we’re told didn’t have a steady job manage to spend so much money and time travelling the world?

It can only involve a trust fund, and or sponsorships, with multiple passports for multiple identities.

Anyhow, Erdogan then draws parallels with ISIS’s call for the re-conquest of Istanbul with Tarrant’s aim to make Turkey Christian once more.

He sums up his editorial with a clarion call to western governments to clamp down on racism, xenophobia and Islamophobia and embrace Muslims living in their countries.

Is this the same Erdogan who told Turkish immigrants in Germany that assimilation was a crime against humanity?

Everything about this op-ed slash manifesto can be summed up as hocus pocus and just a further attempt to ratchet up the Clash of Civilizations.

Or as Osama bin Laden was reported to have said before the invasion of Iraq by the Americans; It does not hurt that in the current circumstances, that the interests of the Muslims coincide with the interests of the socialists in the war against the Crusaders, taking into account our belief and declaration of the apostasy of the socialists.

Brenton Tarrant appears to be just another CIA or foreign intelligence patsy, and assuming the story about his Middle Eastern travels is true, it’s most likely, although Erdogan claims the gunman traveled to Turkey for the sole purpose of carrying out terrorist attacks.

Even more telling Turkey is now trying to link the 2016 coup attempt against Erdogan to Tarrant and by extension so-called right-wingers, saying he visited the country in March 2016 ahead of the coup, and may have planned to assassinate the Turkish President.

Investigations into all this are continuing, but don’t hold your breath.

Q-anon, a counter intelligence group with a prominent presence on the internet, cross-referenced HW Bush’s ‘Illumination of a thousand points of light,’ Luciferian/Masonic points of light, CIA sleeper cells and false flags.

The question is; why didn’t Brenton Tarrant carry out his attacks in his native Australia, as opposed to New Zealand?

New Zealand’s currently undergoing a crackdown on individual freedoms so maybe this is part of the reason.

One thing’s clear, the New Zealand Mosque Massacres were planned with a specific outcome in mind.

A scripted manifesto paired with a video to set off a chain reaction, where everyone across the political, ideological and theological divides can play their part right on cue.

Bringing with it genuine and serious consequences to the world stage.

I like my narratives uncontrolled, my news media independent and my research teams anonymous