Authorities Thwart Violent Attack Meant to Incite Race War

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Authorities have announced the arrest of a 49-year-old U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant for plotting a terrorist attack on American soil. The purpose of the attack was to incite a race war.

Christopher Paul Hasson had apparently been inspired by Anders Breivik, a Norwegian man who, in 2011, killed seventy-seven people in Norway in two separate attacks; one a bomb attack and the other a mass shooting.

Breivik believed mass Muslim immigration was a threat to European countries and European identity. Left unchecked, he believed Muslim immigration would bring the collapse of Western culture and European civil war.

Breivik believed violent action would serve as a catalyst for the downfall of cultural Marxist governments. He believed cultural Marxists, globalists, and political correctness were facilitating this mass migration.

Breivik suggested the targets for violent action should be influential “Cultural Marxist” politicians, media personalities, professors, writers/artists and globalist investors, among others.

Breivik also wrote a detailed manifesto he felt would serve as a blueprint for lone wolf attacks carried out by future “European Patriots.” It would provide them with “the tools required to win the ongoing Western European cultural war.”

Hasson, had been studying Breivik’s manifesto since 2017, it’s believed. And as the manifesto instructed him, had been stockpiling weapons, food, disguises and survival supplies. Authorities discovered fifteen firearms, including assault-style weapons and handguns, and over 1,000 rounds of ammunition in Hasson’s basement apartment in Silver Springs, Maryland.

Authorities believe Hasson had been stockpiling the weapons for about 2 years.

Authorities also discovered a draft letter on Hasson’s computer, in which he laid out some of his reasons for planning the attack.

“Liberalist/globalist ideology is destroying traditional peoples esp white. No way to counteract without violence…Much blood will have to be spilled to get whitey off the couch…” the letter read. “I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth,” it added.

Hasson had also apparently been taking heavy narcotics, also consistent with Breivik’s instructions. Breivik believed narcotics were necessary to increase the ability to conduct attacks.

Hasson references Tramadol in documents on his computer, and his need to come off it in order to “clear his head.” Tramadol is a narcotic-like pain killer, used for treating moderate to moderately severe pain. It is opioid-based and highly addictive.

Also found in Hasson’s apartment was a list of possible human targets that included politicians, and prominent television hosts.

The list included Joe Scarborough of MSNBC, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who Hasson refers to as “senator blumen-jew,” U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer, Don Lemon of CNN, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who he refers to as “poca-warren,” former Senatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke, and former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Hasson was arrested on misdemeanor drug charges and a felony weapons possession charge related to illegal drug use. However, the judge in the case, U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles Day has given the government 14 days to present more serious charges. If it’s unable to do so, Day said he would consider a motion for Hasson’s release put forward by the defense.

Photo by U.S. District Court in Maryland

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