William Craddick at Disobedient Media has written a bombshell article, entitled “Evidence Indicates Link Between North Korean embassy Break-in and Christchurch Attacks”, which points to evidence that a paramilitary group was involved in the Christchurch massacre and while the Mainstream Media is only naming a single suspect, Australian national Brenton Tarrant, this distracts from the fact that the he was arrested with other suspects.
The investigation and analysis by Disobedient media indicates that Tarrant and his group likely have professional military connections, citing details that suggest the terror attack in Christchurch was perpetrated by the same cell as the February 22nd break-in of the North Korean embassy in Madrid, Spain. Craddick surmises this cell has ties to the intelligence agencies in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, cooperating jointly under the UKUSA “Five Eyes” (FVEY) Agreement.
In both Madrid and Christchurch, the units were skilled in breach and clear tactics of buildings filled with people; in both cases, the buildings were cleared quickly and efficiently, even though the goal of the Madrid incident was focused on intelligence-gathering, as opposed to mass-murder.
In addition, Turkish state media has published an image of Brenton Tarrant taken at airport security from when he entered that country on at least two occasions in 2016. Citing Tarrant’s writings, the Turkish government is claiming that he entered Turkey to carry out a terror attack or attempt the assassination of Turkish President Erdogan.
Craddick tweeted that Tarrant appears also to have visited Afghanistan and Xinjiang, the Western Chinese province populated by ethnic Uyghurs where an estimated 1 million Uyghur Muslims have been sent to re-education camps by the Chinese Communist Party over the past year, with many dying in these facilities. Travel privileges for foreign nationals to this region are normally restricted.
Video footage of the attacks being distributed online shows two individuals at the scene in Christchurch carrying firearms. As is typical in this kind of an attack, multiple shooters are originally reported and then only one person is named, never to speak of the other suspects again. Sean from the SGT Report notes numerous additional discrepancies between the footage and the news reports.
Incidentally, Kiwis are prohibited from viewing or possessing copies of this video. Zero Hedge reports that, “New Zealand authorities have reminded citizens that they face up to 10 years in prison for ‘knowingly’ possessing a copy of the New Zealand mosque shooting video – and up to 14 years in prison for sharing it. Corporations (such as web hosts) face an additional $200,000 ($137,000 US) fine under the same law.”
Facebook removed 1.5 million videos of the attack around the world within the first 24 hours – over 1.2 million of which were blocked during the upload stage (!) Facebook also removed all versions not showing graphic content, “out of concern for those affected.”
The NZ police has reportedly been contacting websites worldwide that are hosting this video and demanding they hand over the IP addresses of anyone conversing about or sharing it. (Kiwis wishing to engage in political debate about the attacks may consider getting a VPN).
In a familiar twist, the two officers who arrested Tarrant were not local police and had been in Christchurch for “firearms training”. The attack came the day after the New Zealand speaking tour of infamous Clintonista John Podesta.
Perhaps the biggest tell that all may not be quite as it seems was the immediate announcement by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern that the NZ government would change their gun laws and crack down on the ownership of weapons, with several Kiwis voluntarily turning their weapons ahead of any new laws. Regardless of the ultimate nature of the attacks, it is undeniable that the tragedy is now being exploited by various special interests.