And again, he was radicalized where? In online spaces.

For the millionth time, there is no such thing as being neutral. Either you are standing up and fighting bigots or you are enabling them. There is no middle ground.

@Are0h "Online postings under Manshaus’ name, made shortly before the attack..."

This is why it's especially important to get the mobile world actively involved, as they use their phones particularly often and being unable to brag to theie buddies before rushing in can have a psychological effect that makes them think twice before doing this.

Because whether we want to admit it or not, a lot of this is about the clout, the fame that comes from doing these horrific things.

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