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NZ mass murderer noted white supremacist support for Emanuel gunman Dylann Roof and Donald Trump


A man accused of killing dozens of Muslims in New Zealand on Friday cited support for Emanuel gunman Dylann Roof and U.S. President Donald Trump for amplifying white extremism in a lengthy manifesto posted online before the killings. In all, 49 people have been confirmed killed by shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. One gunman shared video of the killing spree, apparently taken from a head-mounted camera, on Facebook. Forty-one people were killed at one mosque, seven at another, and one died at a local hospital, according to NYT reports of police announcements. Dozens more, including children, were treated for injuries. Four people are being held in the crime, one has been charged. None have been identified. Similar to Emanuel killer Dylann Roof, those suspected of carrying out the mosque shootings reportedly posted a long manifesto online detailing desires for white racial purity and anxiety over "white genocide." The suspected New Zealand killer's writings lay out worries over the "complete racial and cultural replacement of the European people." The document has not been officially verified. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Find This Movie This Weekend

15.3.2019 23:53
Libtards, Hillary lost, get over it
Find This Movie This Weekend

The Italian Job This is the introduction in the film. Excellent film. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Lights out at Moscow tower for victims of New Zealand mosque shootings

15.3.2019 23:21
news, entertainment, Lights out at Moscow tower
Lights Moscow tower victims Zealand mosque shootings

The lights on Moscow's Ostankino Tower were turned off for one hour tonight as a symbol of mourning for those who were killed in the mosque shootings in New Zealand. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Young New Yorkers skip school to demand action on climate change

15.3.2019 23:21
news, entertainment, New Yorkers demand action on
Young Yorkers skip school demand action climate change

Students worldwide skipped school on Friday to demand action on climate change. In New York, young people congregated in Columbus Circle and then marched to the National History Museum. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

New Zealand's Ardern says gun laws will change- But what are they currently?

15.3.2019 23:19
New Zealand's gun laws will change, news, politics
Zealand Ardern says laws will change what they currently

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced early on Saturday the country's gun laws will be toughened following the killing of 49 people in Christchurch mosques. "I can tell you one thing right now: our gun laws will change," said Ardern. "There have been attempts to change our laws in 2005, 2012 and after an inquiry in 2017. Now is the time for change." The Prime Minister said at a press conference that she would consider banning semi-automatic firearms altogether, after it was alleged the gunman behind Friday's shootings got hold of guns legally. The country's gun legislation has not been a major political issue of late and has remained largely unchanged since 1992 when controls were tightened after the 1990 Aramoana massacre, in which a man killed 13 people with a semi-automatic rifle. Now following the latest attack, the conversation could come front and centre again. Gun culture Firearms continue to be an intricate part of civilian life in New Zealand as an estimated 1.2m firearms are owned, according to the 2017 Small Arms Survey for a country with a population of under 5 million. This ratio makes New Zealand's per capita rate of gun ownership much higher than their neighbour Australia who own a total of 3 million guns in a country with nearly 20 million more people. These numbers are still drastically below the US ownership rate where there is more than one gun per person in civilian ownership. Although owned licensed guns continue to rise every year with 238,7000 registered owners in 2017 according to gunpolicy.org, gun-inflicted deaths have remained stable with an annual rate of about one death per 100,000 people - a number still higher than Italy, Portugal, Spain and Germany. Firearm licences All gun-owners must obtain a license but most individual weapons don't have to be registered, making New Zealand one of the few countries in the world to allow this. The minimum legal age to own firearm is 16 or 18 for military-style semi-automatic weapons (MSSA). Anyone over those ages who is considered by New Zealand Police to be "fit and proper" can, in turn, own a gun without registering it specifically. An applicant for a firearm licence still must pass a background check which considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records. Once , the license is issued for 10 years, but can be revoked at any time if police believe the person is a threat to be in possession of a firearm. Visitors to New Zealand can apply from overseas for a 1-year visitor's licence based on their existing licence in their country of residence. It remains more likely than not that an applicant will be for the license. In 2017 43,509 people applied for firearms licences, and 43,321 were granted. Gun carrying laws New Zealand law requires an individual to have some lawful and sufficient purpose to discharge or carry any firearm. However, exactly what constitutes a lawful purpose is not defined in legislation and must be taken on a case-by-case basis. While hunting and pest control are normally accepted, personal protection and self-defence are not. It is also illegal to leave a gun unattended in a vehicle and firearms carried in a vehicle must be unloaded and have empty magazines. Legislative loophole? Police have been long concerned about a loophole in military-style semi-automatic rifles (MSSAs) ownership in New Zealand. Military-style semi-automatic is how New Zealanders describe semi-automatic assault weapons. Due to how MSSA firearms are defined by law, guns with slightly different features but virtually the same function can fall outside of the stricter regulations. To buy and use such a rifle requires an E-Category endorsement of a standard firearm licence, prerequisites being a reference from a shooting club or another bonafide reason requiring one such as "pest control or a gun collection". But there's a loophole in the law, according to police, that has an unknown number of these guns in the hands of regular licence holders. An A-Category configuration - meaning the firearm does not fit the MSSA definition - only has a strip of moulded-plastic connecting the handle-grip to the shoulder-butt of the gun to make it different to the E-Category rifle. Rifles can then be transformed into an MSSA simply by adding a larger-capacity magazine. Unregistered held guns cannot accurately be counted, but as of 2017, there are estimated to be 1,500,000 unlawful and illicit firearms in New Zealand according to gunpolicy.org . Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

President Trump Issues First Veto, On Border Security

15.3.2019 21:56
President Trump, Border Wall, Campaign Promise, Ve
President Trump Issues First Veto Border Security

President Trump vetoes the congressional resolution that would terminate his recent national emergency declaration. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bodycam video shows accused school shooter Nicholas Cruz moments after capture


Body camera footage released Friday shows the minutes after police captured Nicholas Cruz, the former student who killed 17 and injured 17 others at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland in February 2018. {{file t=kkxgP_1552682316}} Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Man Disguised as Spider-Man Steals Liquor and Cigarettes


A Florida man was arrested this week after robbing a liquor store using a Spider-Man mask as a disguise, police said. The Seminole County Sheriff's Office said a man was spotted forcing his way into a Winn-Dixie Wine and Spirits Store in Casselberry, Florida on Jan 2nd. Deputies said the suspicious Spider-Man got away with nearly $150 in liquor and $420 in Newport Cigarettes, but not before the superhero gave his secret identity away to cops. "There's a line in the Spider-Man theme song, he 'catches thieves, just like flies.' In this commercial burglary video, you'll see Spider-Man himself is the thief, who managed to get himself caught, by appearing on surveillance video UNMASKED," the sheriff's office wrote in a Facebook post. Edward Wilburn, 44, was arrested after deputies viewed surveillance video and saw Wilburn tried to force his way into the store, while still not wearing a mask. "To me it was just a matter of absolute surprise that he would walk up to the door first, try to break in, and then it starts clicking in his head that 'Oh, I might get recognized if I do this without a mask on,'" Deputy Bruce Milne said. The suspect went to a nearby secondhand store where video showed him digging through donated clothing to find something to cover his face. When he discovered the Spider-Man mask, he returned to the store and broke in. Police say Wilburn is well-known to local law enforcement and has a long rap sheet dating back to 1991. In fact, at the time of the incident, Wilburn was out on bond for another crime, Milne said Wilburn was planning to exchange the $150 in liquor and $420 in Newport Cigarettes for drugs, police added. {{file t=u06em_1552679547}} Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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