by Aaron Kesel, Activist Post:
The official narrative being pushed in the mainstream press on the tragic shootings at two crowded mosques in New Zealand is that 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant murdered 50 people and injured scores of others at the time of this report by himself. However, there are more questions than answers regarding the attack.
For instance, New Zealand authorities reported that after the incident four suspects were taken into custody — three men and a woman. Adding that they had found and neutralized several IEDs (improvised explosive devices) on the vehicles stopped during the arrests.
MSN even wrote the IEDs were “attached to the attackers’ vehicles,” which was cited by Associated Press at the top of the article.
New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said in a press conference reported by CNN that the vehicles authorities had stopped had contained IEDs strapped to them. “There were a number of IEDs attached to vehicles that we stopped,” Bush said.
This means that the people arrested weren’t just arrested for no reason and may have been involved despite the mum press failing to ask important questions.
Early reports of the event by mainstream press suggests there were multiple shooters from witnesses and police as shown in these tweets.
BREAKING: New Zealand Police reporting the possibility of three active shooters in the Christchurch mosque attacks
— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) 15 March 2019
BREAKING: The New Zealand Herald reports that the shooting at the second mosque was stopped by an armed Muslim who "chased the shooters and fired two shots at them as they sped off." pic.twitter.com/BA2FzsXq2d
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) 15 March 2019
This signifies one of two things: either this was a false flag attack, or there were more than one persons involved in this horrific act of murdering Muslims, and the New Zealand government has elected to declare the attack as a lone wolf gunman as a means of National Security.
In either case, it would be a cover-up, which we see visibly taking place with information being memory-holed, as Activist Post contributor Vin Armani noted on Twitter.