What is believed to be the manifesto of Dylann Storm Roof–who on Wednesday night committed mass-murder against members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church–revealed that the 21-year-old held deeply racist, anti-American, anti-Semitic, and white supremacist views.
The manifesto, which is registered under Roof’s name, was created in February 2015, the Daily Beast reports.
Roof began to become indoctrinated in white supremacist thought through the Council of Conservative Citizens, a group that has been condemned by the Republican National Committee for holding “racist and nationalist” views.
Through the Council of Conservative Citizens, Roof said he “found out about the Jewish problem and other issues facing our race.”
The mass-murderer starts by explaining that he has “the most real life experience” dealing with black people. “Ni—-rs are stupid and violent,” he said, before claiming that “Jewish agitation of the black race” is a reason why African-Americans act in a certain way.
“Segregation was not a bad thing,” he opined. “It existed to protect us from them,” Roof added in his revision of history.
For those detractors who may say that “the South is beyond saving,” Roof suggested that the policies of apartheid South Africa be implemented to take away the rights of black Americans.
The South Carolina native shared his Hitlerian viewpoint when it came to the Jews.
“I think that if we could somehow destroy the Jewish identity, then they wouldn’t cause much of a problem,” he said.
He suggested that “if we could somehow turn every Jew blue for 24 hours, I think there would be a mass awakening” against the Jewish people, “because people would be able to see plainly what is going on.”
To no surprise, Roof didn’t like Hispanics either.
“Hispanics are obviously a huge problem for American,” he said. Roof talked about how he admired the “White Hispanics,” but concluded, “they are still our enemies.”
On the issue of patriotism, Roof proclaimed: “I hate the sight of the American flag. Modern American patriotism is an absolute joke,” he said, before going on to state that Americans need to “stop fighting for the Jews.”
The admitted Charleston shooter revealed that he was torn about whether he would rather live in 1940s America or Nazi Germany, but would eventually admit that America may have provided him with a slightly better life.
Roof concluded his rant, writing that he has “no choice” but to act. “We have no skinheads, no real KKK, no one doing anything but talking on the internet.”
“Well someone has to have the bravery to take it to the real world, and I guess that has to be me,” he concluded.