Speaking out against the mass shooting by an Australian white nationalist at a Muslim mosque in New Zealand that left at least 50 people dead, Trevor Olsen of Edmond, Oklahoma, stated, "It's incidents like this one that give white supremacists a bad name."
Olsen, who describes himself as a moderate white supremacist, pledged his solidarity with the Muslim community during this tragic time, and urged other moderate racists like him to adopt a spirit of inclusiveness.
"The mere fact that certain people may practice a different religion or have a different skin color and lesser intellectual capacity should not represent their death warrant," he stated boldly. "And certainly not by anyone not wearing a police uniform."
Olsen called upon other white supremacists, white nationalists, and general bigots to exercise compassion, self-restraint, and, most of all, sheer pragmatism before engaging in a mass murder of people of color (or Jews).
"We can't go around shooting everyone who's inferior to us," he said. "That's just not a workable solution."