Right-wing mosque shooter's rant included attack on Sadiq Khan

Mail Online | 3/15/2019 | Josh Hanrahan;Stephen Gibbs for Daily Mail Australia
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The vile far-Right terrorist who slaughtered at least 49 people in New Zealand was inspired by Anders Breivik and called for the deaths of Angela Merkel and Sadiq Khan in his twisted 'manifesto'.

Australian man Brenton Tarrant, 28, published a rambling document he called 'The Great Replacement' on the morning before he opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch on New Zealand's south island.

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At least 49 people are believed to have been killed in the attack, with more than 40 also in hospital suffering from gunshot wounds.

The chilling 73-page manifesto lists his twisted grievances, why he picked the mosques in Christchurch and how he was inspired by Norway mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 in 2011. He also cites Finsbury Park terrorist Darren Osborne in the document.

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Among his muddled ramblings are rants about sex gangs in Rotherham and other towns in north England, and calls for the deaths of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Turkish leader Recep Erdogan and London mayor Sadiq Khan.

Tarrant references previous terror attacks by Breivik, Dylan Roof in the US and Darren Osborne, who killed one in a van attack on a north London mosque.

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He says he learned violence on the video game Fortnite and praises memes for spreading the language of the far-Right.

Responding to the document, Nick Lowles, of UK anti-extremism group Hope Not Hate, said today: 'The bloody terrorist attack in Christchurch was carried out by a far-right activist who has published a manifesto explaining why he did it.

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'The terrorist's manifesto uses the stock phrases of the alt-right to justify murder, talking of 'white genocide' and citing spurious statistics about birth rates to explain away the savagery they have inflicted on people simply engaged in practising their faith.

'In so many places around the world, this violent ideology destroys lives and rips loved ones apart.'...
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