The Christchurch mosque shootings (or massacre) occurred on 15 March 2019 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The official story goes as follows.

A lone gunman named Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, targeted two mosques in Christchurch during Friday prayers. He first attacked the Al Noor Mosque and then proceeded to the Linwood Islamic Centre.

In total, 51 people were killed and dozens more were injured.

The shootings were live-streamed on social media.

Brenton was arrested shortly after and was charged with multiple counts of murder, attempted murder, and engaging in a terrorist act. During his arrest, two improvised explosive devices were found in his vehicle, which were defused by the police.

That’s the official story.

Max Igan, from The Crowhouse, argues that the “lone gunman” narrative is false.

Why does the New Zealand government prohibit its citizens from watching the video and from reading the killer’s manifesto?

According to the government, watching the video is “objectionable” and, as such, everybody must be prohibited from watching it.

There are many “objectionable” videos that are not banned, so their reasoning is suspicious.

Mainstream journalists agree with the government and believe that only they (the media) should be permitted to watch the video.


Watch the following video in which Max shows why the official story is a coverup.

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