December 9, 2016
To be clear, I don’t support shooting old black mamies in church. In fact, I’m against violence as a general rule. However, I do think it is absolutely absurd to act like Roof’s act was some huge surprise, or even that big of a deal.
They are killing us every day, these blacks. They are raping our women. This is real life. You can check the race war section on this site.
At the same time, young white men grow up being told that they are evil. Every day, we are told this by Jews, the education system, women, the media – our entire environment is attacking us, 24 hours a day.
So explain to me how anyone can possibly be genuinely surprised when some kid loses it.
Dylann Roof began his videotaped confession with 11 chilling words: “I went to that church in Charleston and I did it.”
And then for the next two or three hours, the self-declared white supremacist described to the FBI how he gunned down nine black worshippers last year at a historic South Carolina church in a bid to spark a race war.
“What I did is still minuscule to what they’re doing to white people every day,” Roof insisted at one point.
Yeah, now see.
This is simply an objective fact. No one can argue the point. The statistics are there.
We are being slaughtered by these people. They are raping tens of thousands of our women every year, and we sit by and feel guilt over alleged oppression their ancestors suffered under our ancestors hundreds of years ago.
The recording of Roof was played Friday for the jurors weighing the fate of the 22-year-old for the first time at his federal death penalty trial.
In the video, FBI agents could be seen reading Roof his rights and making sure he understood that he was giving a statement without a lawyer present.
Roof did not appear to be under the influence of anything when he made the statement following his arrest on June 18, 2015 in Shelby, North Carolina, FBI investigator Michael Stansbury testified.
And Roof was not sure how many people he killed at the Emanuel AME Church.
“Five, not really sure, ” he said. “Maybe four?”
When asked if he said anything to the victims, Roof answered, “I didn’t say anything to them before.”
“It was very fast,” he said on the video.
In a matter-of-fact tone, Roof told the FBI he researched his target and went on the killing spree because blacks were raping white women.
“I do consider myself a white supremacist,” he admitted on the footage.
Roof also said he was “in absolute awe” that there were no police outside the church when he came out. He said he would have killed himself if there were.
In the course of the recorded conversation, Roof spoke about seeing a 1980’s TV movie about a racist skinhead called “Made in Britain.” And when asked if he regretted what he’d done, Roof said, “Yeah, I’d say so.”
Told the death toll was actually nine people, Roof appeared to react with disbelief and then remorse. “Well, it makes me feel bad,” he said, when asked how he felt.
“Are you guilty?” an FBI agent asked.
“Yes, I am guilty,” Roof replied. “We all know I’m guilty.”
He is probably a nice person.
I think he was under the influence of drugs. They say he didn’t “appear” to be under the influence of anything, but they didn’t test him.
Sitting at the defense table, Roof did not look at Stansbury. But the wrenching footage is likely to ratchet-up the anguish at the already emotionally fraught trial.
On Wednesday, Roof’s mother suffered a heart attack after prosecutors laid out for the court how her son plotted the murders of the black Bible study participants on June 17, 2015 in the fellowship hall of the Emanuel AME Church.
An actual heart attack.
That’s pretty sad.
It’s a bad situation all around.
But the fact is, this has nothing to do with white people. As Roof says, this was a response to the behavior of blacks.
If anything good comes from this, it will be that it brings exposure on the epidemic of black-on-white crime in this country.