Christchurch - Multiple Players And Identifying the Cointel Narrative

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I agree with you on parts and disagree on others.
Here is what I wrote about your initial analysis.
Also, I am curious, you say he was alerted?
What is that assertion based upon?

One other thing to consider is that you're
saying: 'think about what you say' cause
if you say the wrong thing they won't let
you talk. I'd suggest if you have to watch
what you say to retain freedom of speech
then you've already lost that freedom.

It shouldn't matter if crazy or off people say
dumb shit, that's par for the course in a free
society. If society penalizes people for saying
what they think or believe, then that society
is the infringing party. I'm not saying that gives
one the right to scream fire in a crowded theater
but people reserve the right to their opinions and
the NZ/Aussie government no longer respects peoples
opinions if you have to resort to self-censorship tactics
in order to retain the "freedom to say" what they allow.

"That man in red can again be clearly seen standing by the wall when Tarrant shot the final victim in the street."

It was after Tarrant shot the final victim from the position of the mosque doors, that I presume the man who was in her vacinity, panicked, and tried to find a place to hide, and ended up leaping over the fence. My guess is he had no clue where she was shot from. This is just a guess. I was looking at one of those frames and was able to see he hopped over the fence. That's for this picture.

I agree with you mostly on that website link. However, you lose me at where you think he is being directed. I don't know if I'm just not smart enough to pick up on it, or if you're wrong, or what's not clicking for me to see it how you are. One thing I know for certain, Gordon Duff and therefore veterans today, the site he is the chairman of is full of shit. He admittedly gives out false information for his "own safety."

Additionaly, I have a low opinion of James Fetzer, and that would be a long walk, and not even worth expanding upon TBH, but still, I'm not sold on the idea the shooter is being fed information, but what do I know? BTW, I should mention I appreciate you, and all of the work you provided, and continue to provide to those whom are simply looking for answers in this land of confusion.

Really sorry about theytube censoring you Max. Your work has become too good and they are scared witless. Really happy that EOS I gave you at Anarchapulco has more than doubled. EOS will do amazing things this year. Thanks for all the insight and brilliant investigative journalism. We love you, keep it coming

many thanks brother

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Hello. Do you have any source to confirm there was terror drill happening in Christchurch? I'm here and there was no word about any drill neither when it happened, neither after. I only heard this from you and its quite critical accusation so I'd like to confirm this.
Also any evidence police breaking into people houses to take their guns? Didn't head anything like that either.

Also want to confirm that police have taken into custody three suspects, shooter and two more. Strangely there was almost zero information about the two other suspects after the attack.

Thank you

From NZs MSM By Katie Kenny

Thanks to a police training course the same day as the Christchurch terrorist attack, specialist staff from overseas, as well as New Zealand's Defence Force, were on hand to help.

Individuals from the police special tactics group (STG), NZDF, Australian and Hong Kong police, were involved in the response, a New Zealand Police spokesperson said.

NZDF referred requests for comment to NZ Police, who said the commissioner didn't ask for assistance on Friday. But soldiers who were attending the training helped, under police direction.

"We are very grateful for the support these defence personnel provided to both police and the public in a horrific situation," the spokesperson said. "Their actions are a testament to the professionalism, skills, and the inter-agency operability of specialist groups in police and defence."

Police Association president Chris Cahill said he couldn't comment on international forces, but said police across the Asia-Pacific region generally have a close relationship.

The timing of the training course would have helped with a rapid response, he said. "You need a bit of luck sometimes."

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