After the mosque massacre in new Zealand, four Suspects have been arrested. A man who is considered to be the main culprit, filmed acts of his blood, and streamed live via social media. It is a gruesome video document, which is reminiscent of the cynical manner of an Ego-Shooter-Game. A white short haired man, as he moves to one of the mosques and the believers assembled in fires. He appears with a bullet-proof vest, a black sun: a sign of recognition extremists militant right. And he's wearing a helmet with a video camera.
"Let the Party begin," said the man at the beginning of the 17 minute-long recording. Via Twitter, the new Zealand police warned of "extremely frightening images" from one of the attacked mosques in Christchurch. The Accounts of the offender on Twitter and Facebook have been blocked. Whether the same man was involved in the attack on the other mosque, it is not yet clear. The mosque attackers, who gave his massacre live, is an "extremist, right-wing, violent Terrorist" in Australia, as the local authorities.
"The Great Replacement": A tangled Manifesto
On the car ride to the crime scene had heard the 28-year-old Australian-Serbian war music from the 1990s, as the Video shows. He heard a Chetnik song, which glorifies the Bosnian-Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic. Karadzic was convicted two years ago by the UN Tribunal in The Hague, to imprisonment for a term of 40 years. The new Zealand police seized firearms of the assassin, adorned with the names of his models, who had once fought in the Balkans against the Ottomans. For example, the Montenegrin leader Marko Miljanov popović in the 19th century. Century lived.
In the network, a radical right-wing Manifesto with the title "the Great Replacement" ("The great exchange"), this seems to be the mosques-stop from Christchurch to announce the courses. In it, Islam is referred to as the enemy that must be fought. The Manifesto legitimized the Killing of Muslims. That would have led to his radicalisation of the defeat of the French right populist Marine Le Pen in the presidential election of 2017, and the death of an Eleven-year-old car at a truck stop in Stockholm contributed to this, writes the author of the Manifesto.
he comes from a working-class family. He himself referred to as a "28-year-old Australians with low income". Most recently, he is said to have as a Trainer in a fitness Studio worked. It is still not known whether the four Suspects with other extreme right-wing groups or organisations in connection.
mass murderer Breivik as a role model
The Manifesto, "The Great Replacement" is 73 pages long. In the turmoil, conspiracy theoretical treatise, the author interviewed himself. To the question, "What do you want?" he replies: "We must ensure the existence of our people and the future of white children." The right-wing extremist concoction is reminiscent of Anders Breivik who was killed in July 2011, 77 people. The Norwegian mass murderer had made a Manifesto together.
"The great exchange" is a concept that has been made known in the last few years of the New Right and the Identitarian movement. The concept goes back to a French-born extreme right-wing conspiracy theory, according to which the population in Europe by immigrants is to be replaced, their birth rate is significantly higher.
In the Manifest of the Australian right-wing extremists, Peter Neumann, "the arguments of the populist Right", as he writes on Twitter. Neumann is a recognized expert in terrorism and radicalisation at King's College in London.
#Christchurch-assassin described a racist act in itself as a (1), (2) wallet, (3) hostile to foreigners. Concepts of the "old" Right ("14 Words"), as well as the "new" Right ("The great exchange", "invaders"). Arguments of the populist Right. Breivik as an Inspiration.— Peter R. Neumann (@Peter rneumann) 15. March 2019
"The Great Replacement" calls to stop the Immigration of Muslims, and to expel the "invaders". The fact is that in new Zealand, only a small minority of the population is of the Muslim faith. In the 4.8-million-strong country is about 50'000 Muslims, many of them immigrants from countries such as Pakistan or Bangladesh. The largest religious affiliation in new Zealand is Christianity. The city of Christchurch has 350'000 inhabitants and is located on the South island of the Pacific state. (Editorial Tamedia)
Created: 15.03.2019, 11:23 PM