RE: Christchurch - Multiple Players And Identifying the Cointel Narrative
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.