WASHINGTON, June 21, 2015 – “I hate the sight of the American flag,” wrote alleged Charleston, S.C., shooter Dylann Roof in his online manifesto. “Modern American patriotism is an absolute joke… Many veterans believe we owe them something for ‘protecting our way of life’ or ‘protecting our freedom.’ But I’m not sure what way of life they are talking about. How about we protect the white race and stop fighting for the Jews.”
Roof is charged with murdering nine African-American members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Charleston Thursday.
Roof hated more than his country. He hated racial and ethnic minorities, saying his white “identity” became a defining moment during the trial of George Zimmerman for the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla.
“It was obvious that Zimmerman was in the right,” wrote Roof. “But more importantly, this prompted me to type in the words ‘black on white crime’ into Google, and I have never been the same since that day.”
Roof’s research into the Zimmerman trial introduced him to a relatively new racial category, one the mainstream media relentlessly pounded into the popular imagination: the “white Hispanic.”
“It is a well known fact that white Hispanics make up the elite of most Hispanic countries,” Roof observed. “There is good white blood worth saving in Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and even Brasil.”
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, “Whites who reported on race and identified as Hispanic accounted for 70 percent of the growth of the white alone-or-in-combination population. Multiple-race whites who identified as Hispanic accounted for another 4 percent of the growth of the white alone-or-in-combination population. Thus Hispanics accounted for about three-fourths of the increase in the white alone-or-in-combination population.”
In other words, our race-obsessed national government, like the old, discredited and defunct South African apartheid (meaning apart or separate) regime, was having problems pigeonholing the nation’s population thanks to America’s evolving racial attitudes.
Interracial marriage is erasing the neat categories our politicians exploit for votes.
Love, it seems, conquers all, even our race-obsessed politicians and their servile bureaucrats. Questions of race are no longer, well, black and white.
And Roof was having a profound problem wrapping his head around his new-found ethnic hatreds. “I am of the opinion that the majority of American and European Jews are white,” wrote Roof. “In my opinion the issue with Jews is not their blood, but their identity. I think that if we could somehow destroy the Jewish identity, then they wouldn’t cause much of a problem. The problem is that Jews look white, and in many cases are white, yet they see themselves as minorities… If we could somehow turn every Jew blue for 24 hours, I think there would be a mass awakening, because people would be able to see plainly what is going on.”
That would certainly make race and ethnic head-counting easier for the U.S. Census Bureau.
The discovery of the earliest humans came from the Olduvi Gorge in Tanzania, in Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It was here that Dr. Louis Leakey found bone fragments and stone tools of archaic Homo sapiens in the late 1950s.
Paleo-anthropologists would later form what they called the “out-of-Africa,” theory, believing Africa to be the cradle of humankind.
More recent genetic studies reinforce this hypothesis.
In the first chapter of the Bible’s book of Genesis, it says, “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”
A law enforcement source close to the murder investigation in Charleston told NBC News that Roof “almost didn’t go through with it [the shooting] because everyone [at the church prayer meeting] was so nice to him.”
Dylann Roof may have been a white man standing in a predominantly African-American church, but the congregants saw him as created, like themselves, “in His own image.”
Whether viewed through the prism of religion or science, human beings are one family regardless of skin color, language, tradition or current geographical location.
Back in 2008, Barack Obama was heralded as the nation’s “first African American President.” Actually, by the Census Bureau’s absurd, apartheid-like reckoning, Obama is the nation’s first “white alone-or-in-combination” president.
His mother, after all, was white.