SHOCKING: New Zealand Bookstore Bans Jordan Peterson’s Self-Help Book “12 Rules for Life” Following Mosque Attack

On Friday a crazed killer attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand and murdered 50 Muslim worshipers.

The shooter left a 74-page manifesto and broadcast his mass murder live on Facebook.

Media and political pundits immediately blamed Facebook and internet forums for the deranged mass killing.

The media later reported the killer advertised the shooting—and the fact that he would stream it live—on the message board site 8chan. According to Foreign Policy 8chan is “an image-sharing site that prides itself on hosting content deemed too offensive for the internet’s other cesspools.”

The killer, Brenton Tarrant, posted on 8chan his intentions but the post did not go live until his attack was underway“by the time you read this I should be going live.”

It took authorities less than 24 hours to shut down mobile access to 8chan and VOAT in New Zealand.

New Zealand is a member of the “5 eyes” network.

8chan and VOAT boards are main opposition sites to the Deep State and they know this.

New Zealand officials requested personal information on any online user at the Kiwifarms website who discussed the shooter’s warped manifesto.

And now New Zealand officials have banned Dr. Jordan Peterson’s self-help book “12 Rules for Life” for some reason.
The book provides life advice through essays on abstract ethical principles, psychology, mythology, religion, and personal anecdotes.

Via Nick Monroe:

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