.@NaomiAKlein warns against the rise of eco-fascism, citing the Christchurch killer. "The only thing scarier than a far-right, racist movement that denies the reality of climate change is a far-right, racist movement that doesn't deny the reality of climate change." pic.twitter.com/TntNLpVULq— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) September 17, 2019
A neo-Nazi concert has been announced in Melbourne featuring a band that sings about killing immigrants.— GetUp! (@GetUp) September 18, 2019
This concert comes just months after an Australian white supremacist gunned down 50+ people in Christchurch mosques!
Anyone in New Zealand who looks at extremist content on Facebook will in the future be directed to websites helping people to leave hate groups. https://t.co/SHjuIjolFU— RNZ (@radionz) September 17, 2019
Meet the Muslims hoping to make history in the Christchurch elections https://t.co/DhDFpKaIUl— TellMAMAUK (@TellMamaUK) September 17, 2019
Six months after a gunman killed 51 people at two Christchurch mosques, New Zealand’s government is planning further restrictions to gun ownership. A bill introduced to Parliament on Friday would create a register to track all the guns in the country. https://t.co/DbRVZKUX9s— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) September 13, 2019
“Remove kebab” is a white supremacist meme, based on a Serb nationalist song valorizing Karadzic, the Bosnian Genocide, prominently “incorporated” by Christchurch terrorist. Further proof of how Western far right is adopting Serb nationalist themes. https://t.co/ry70FoRO9g— Jasmin Mujanović (@JasminMuj) September 11, 2019
Six months after the Christchurch mosque massacres, two Muslims are taking action by running for office.— Pillars Fund (@pillars_fund) September 16, 2019
If elected, they would become the first Muslims to hold office. https://t.co/4dHwrl3kqG
This is similar to what ISIS supporters do: voice support for their heroes and then murder innocent Muslims.— Imam Mohamad Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) September 12, 2019
Far-right extremist voiced support for Christchurch terrorist before he tried to “Murder a Muslim.” https://t.co/c0hEJIBtSE
"He woke a lot of the hate up."— Nicole Sganga (@NicoleSganga) September 9, 2019
In the wake of Christchurch, El Paso & the travel ban, members of the Muslim community in New Hampshire have been scared to pray at their mosque.
Beto O’Rourke paid them a visit.#nhpolitics dispatch w/ @tperry518:https://t.co/lWSG8hMq1h
Katie Hopkins 👇🏾— Azad Essa (@azadessa) September 18, 2019
called refugees “cockroaches"
promoted false theory abt white genocide in S Africa
asked “must we give up our culture” after Christchurch mosque attack
now lauds Modi & India's military's actions in Kashmir
How embarrassing to be @priyankachopra right now https://t.co/QGBMuYtIgW