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What does the El Paso WalMart killer’s manifesto show?

4 Aug , 2019  

The killer’s manifesto made a couple of things clear.

  1. He is a racist who identifies with the Christchurch shooter. The New Zealand killer was a socialist/environmentalist.
  2. The El Paso killer is also an environmentalist. His environmentalism is also the basis for his racism and anti-immigrant views: “Our lifestyle is destroying the environment of our country.

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Breaking down Mass Public Shooting data from 1998 through June 2019: Info on weapons used; gun-free zones; racial, age, and gender demographics

7 Jul , 2019  

The Excel file with detailed information on mass public shootings is available here. With all the discussion about having another assault weapon ban, only 13% of mass public shootings are done solely with any type of rifle. Twenty-eight percent involve only a rifle or a rifle in combination with a handgun and/or a shotgun.…

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Media Politicize New Zealand Terror Attack, Blame Trump

15 Mar , 2019   Video

It is only too easy to find media who are blaming Trump for the mass public shooting in New Zealand on March 14, 2019. Below are transcripts of some CNN clips. Just one question to think about: If Trump is so responsible for these attacks, why is it that these attacks were becoming relatively more frequent in the rest of the world long before Trump became president?…

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The Racial and Gender Demographics of Mass Public Shooters: Middle Eastern people, Asians, Blacks, and American Indians overrepresented. Hispanics most underrepresented

4 Nov , 2018  

“the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them.” — CNN’s Don Lemon, October 30, 2018

“I said that the biggest terror threat in this country comes from radicals on the far right, primarily white men.

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Few mass public killers have obvious political or religious reasons for doing their shootings, vehicle attacks, or bombings

31 Oct , 2018  

“right-wing terrorism has become far more commonplace — and, since 9/11, far more deadly — than Islamist terrorism in America” — Max Boot, Washington Post, October 28, 2018.

“the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them.”

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