Worst Things About the New Zealand Shooting
The Top Ten Worst Things About the New Zealand Shooting
It's not the working of a crazed gunman but a terrorist with highly-coordinated plans and a political manifesto. A self-proclaimed eco-fascist that is going to accelerate the culture war between left and right (religion and race as well) that would divide America along ethnic lines. If that is not politically villanous then I don't know what else.
I wish terrorism stopped. It does nothing, but killing innocent people.
Just heard about it. Absolutely terrible. Praying for the victims and their families - Randomator
My condolences go out to all the victims of this horrific shooting out in New Zealand. Very sad :( - JoeBoi
Same as the amount of people who died in the Orlando nightclub shooting
Is that the same death toll as Sandy Hook?
Just add one more.
Not one but two. - XxembermasterxX
Seriously, it was a horrible act and a crime. Leave it at that, BUT It isn't a hate crime because he probably liked doing it
They are going to die since they have no help yet he still wanted to make them suffer more. - XxembermasterxX
Well, I’ve heard about much worse such as Sandy Hook which killed 75. - JoeBoi
Before being removed, the live stream was very similar to the first person shooter Call of Duty, which the perp definitely knew it would.
Now this makes me pissed off. People who support this are heartless and they think they are cool while doing it. What is happening with our damn society?! All terrorists should burn in hell with the people who are supporting them. - Userguy44
Wow, really? Some heartless jerks are supporting it? - JoeBoi
This makes me ashamed to be a fan of pewds. - XxembermasterxX
Don't be. This incident isn't his fault. He's already expressed his disgust towards what this terrorist has done. - SuperSonic17
For the record all the above reasons are much worse, but I still think this still bears worth mentioning.
One of the things he apparently yelled during his massacre was "Subscribe to PewDiePie", because he knew that would trigger some people and get them to try and use him as a potential scapegoat.
I may not be a fan of PewDiePie, but in this incident he did nothing wrong, and he expressed how disgusted he was by having his name uttered by a terrorist. - SuperSonic17