I haven’t seen that much written about Dylann Roof lately on the Right, who’s now been sentenced to death for the Charleston Church shooting. It’s almost as if people want to distance themselves from his fate.
I suppose one can understand that, as any glimmer of reasoned consideration to Roof could be seized upon by the media as a kind of endorsement. (The conspiracy theorist in me has niggling questions in the back of my mind about the shooting as well). But in any case, I don’t think it’s realistic, appropriate or fair to simply ignore Roof’s situation, pretending he doesn’t exist.
Taken at face value, Roof is somone who’s used violence to change politics. That would make him a terrorist by any standard definition, yet he was clearly never presented, let alone tried as one. There’s no mention of terrorism in any of the Washington Post articles about his trial, nor in his Wikipedia entry, but there are of course many references to the word ‘hate’. Consider the original federal charges against him:
…a grand jury had indicted Roof on 33 federal charges: nine counts of using a firearm to commit murder and 24 civil rights violations (12 hate crime charges under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Prevention Act and 12 counts under a second hate-crime statute that prohibits using force or threatening the use of force to obstruct a person’s free exercise of religious beliefs), with 18 of the charges carrying the federal death penalty
Despite that fact that Roof’s political grievances were entirely real, apparently seeking to defend white people -through violence in this case, does not even count as an authentic political motive. It’s purely ‘hate’ and can be trivialized as such. (Compare to blacks killing cops at a BLM rally)
My personal view, is that after the ‘hate’ dimension is thrown in the trash can where it belongs, Roof’s actions –and any punishments, should be seen in the context of a racial conflict that has been imposed on white people, and where white people are overwhelmingly the victims of horrendous violence against them by blacks –and increasingly other imported groups, which is remorseless in nature. This remorselessness is inextricably a part of blackness and the laws as they stand are completely useless in dealing with black crime.
The media encourages this violence by constantly denigrating whites, and presenting attacks on whites as a victimless crime, –by simply lying about the conflict, painting whites as a group as the privileged supremacist oppressors, while blacks as a group are perpetually elevated as the ‘pious oppressed’. Day in, day out savage violence against whites by negroes is routinely explained away as a conflict between the ‘haves and have nots’, the ‘racist majority against the minority’, denied or outright justified.
The federal government in the United States is also fully aware of racial crime statistics and that they are putting white people disproportionately at risk of serious violence and death by forcing them to coexist with blacks.
So Roof has used violence to impact politics –to try to change a dire and oppressive political situation, but is himself a victim of partisan ‘hate’ laws that simply negate his motives. His politically true understanding of the situation and his authentic political demands need to be formally recognized.
Roof should not be executed to publicly cleanse the ‘sin’ of white racism – so white cucks and liberals can self-flagellate, worshiping at the altar of diversity, venerating blacks as some kind of religious icon to signal their piety to other white cucks and liberals, and their (((masters))).
Nor should Roof be executed to ‘send a signal’ to other potential white racial terrorists or to uphold the broken lying system that created him in the first place.
And Roof should not be executed because he responded to whites being killed by blacks.
In fact Roof should not be executed at all. He should be isolated to a place for white political prisoners until some formal acceptance and reconciliation is reached with the US government over the realities of racial conflict, that takes into account: the government and media’s own role in fomenting and facilitating that conflict, and that whites are overwhelmingly the victims of that conflict. He should then be conditionally released as part of a brokered deal in resolving and ending the conflict by racial divorce.