A months-long complex operation to push people to Telegram & centralize 80 channels.
Kili Qasim Mosque is an important gathering place for the Taliban leadership.
100 Handers was started by an anonymous white nationalist in the UK, but associated labels have been spotted across Europe and United States.
Though motivations are completely unclear behind the firefight, the racists scene on Telegram celebrate the killing of policemen.
The phenomena of white nationalists in the United States celebrating any mass shooting carried out by a a while male is becoming commonplace.
The incident appears to be a case of reverse radicalization against the recent racists attacks.
The assailant purported 4chan post hours before the attack suggests inspiration from "Saint Tarrent."
Bomb making manuals, ammonium nitrate recipes, as well as diagrams of how to create the perfect dynamite laden trap for ATF & FBI are being circulated.
The considered "Saints" list is growing exponentially and held high as inspiration for future lone wolves.
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