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The rambling document allegedly written by the attacker in New Zealand echoes the sarcasm and "trolling" of the internet. How much of his inspiration comes from internet politics in the U.S.?

New Zealand Mosque Attacks Raise Questions About Internet’s Role In Radicalization

By Martin Kaste NPR
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