Before I say goodbye I would like to address some points made in the "White Supremacism - Wake up Canada!" thread.
voice of the damned:
“Well, I don't think there's a babble rule against false-flag theories. Which is a good thing, because they DO happen from time to time, and we shouldn't a priori rule out discussion of them.”
If there is a Babble rule against false-flag theories I'd like to know about it.
“But Noops has been saying since Christchurch happened that this is a false-flag(because the guy was in Turkey when some other terrorist attack happened), and demanding that everyone do research. However, he hasn't provided any links, as far as I know.”
You are correct that I have been saying that the Christchurch killings was a false flag event, but not "because the guy was in Turkey when some other terrorist attack happened".
That is circumstantial evidence to consider, but very important nonetheless.
And he wasn't just "in Turkey when some other terrorist attack happened".
The day he arrived in Turkey, the German Embassy issued a terror alert and shut down its embassy and consulate in Istanbul.
Two days after Tarrant’s arrival, a major terror incident took place in Istanbul, within a few blocks of the German Consulate and Tarrant’s hotel.
One day after the terror incident Tarrant left Turkey.
If you take that incident on its own you may say they were simply coincidences.
Just a coincidence that a terror alert was issued the day Tarrant arrived in Turkey.
And just a coincidence that a terrorist event took place in Istanbul a few blocks from Tarrant's hotel.
And just a coincidence that Tarrant left Turkey the next day.
HOWEVER when you combine those three 'coincidences' with the Christchurch killings attributed to Tarrant you begin to stretch credulity if you say all those events were just a coincidence.
At that point in time you must stop your navel-gazing and begin to come to terms with what is before your eyes.
There are additional pieces of evidence that I haven't mentioned that scream out 'false flag' for the New Zealand killings.
I likely won't be sharing them with you.