Charleston shooting-Dylann Roof on White Supremacy-Blacks were taking over US!

Charleston shooting-Dylann Roof on White Supremacy-Blacks were taking over US!

Charleston Shooting-A friend of Dylann Roof said he had been planning the Emanuel church massacre for months,Dylann Roof believed in White Supremacy and felt the blacks where taking over America,so they had to be stopped!
So what is White supremacy or white supremacism?It is a form of racism centered upon the belief, and promotion of the belief, that white people are superior in certain characteristics, traits, and attributes to people of other racial backgrounds and that therefore whites should politically, economically and socially rule non-whites. The term is
also typically used to describe a political ideology that perpetuates and maintains the social, political, historical and/or industrial domination by white people (as evidenced by historical and contemporary sociopolitical structures like the Atlantic Slave Trade, colonization of the Global South, Jim Crow laws in the United States, and miscegenation laws in settler colonies and former settler colonies like the United States, South Africa, Australia, and Madagascar, for example). Different forms of white supremacism put forth different conceptions of who is considered white, and different white supremacists identify various racial and cultural groups as their primary enemy.
In academic usage, the term "white supremacy" can also refer to a system where whites enjoy a structural advantage (privilege) over other ethnic groups, both at a collective and an individual level (ceteris paribusi. e., when individuals are compared that do not relevantly differ except in ethnicity).

Dylann Roof after his arrest from killing 9 at the Charleston shooting.

Dylann Storm Roof, the 21-year-old man suspected of walking into a historically black church and massacring nine parishioners, is in all likelihood a white supremacist. We know that not just from his actions: the above photo of Roof, identified by theCharleston Post and Courier, shows him wearing a jacket with the flags of two avowedly racist nations.
That would be apartheid South Africa, which you might be aware of, and Rhodesia, which is a little less known. Here's a guide to what those flags mean — and why a man who appears to have committed a vicious hate crime would sport them on his jacket.
Rhodesia used to be where today's Zimbabwe is. It was a terribly racist country, akin to apartheid South Africa, and became a sort of cause celebre for white supremacists in the 1960s and 1970s — one they still mythologize today.

So full of hate,White supremacy.

After the area was colonized by the British in the late 1890s, a racial caste system quickly emerged in what would become Rhodesia, where white people controlled the commanding political heights, as well as most of the land, while black people served as peasants. In 1965, white natives led by a man named Ian Smith declared independence from Britain, and founded a country named Rhodesia, named after Cecil Rhodes (the British imperialist who led the colonization of the area).
In the United States, where the civil rights movement was winning historic victories, white supremacists saw the viciously racist Rhodesian government as a victory worth celebrating. By 1976, "there was a sprawling proliferation of pro-Rhodesian organizations in the United States," University of Houston historian Gerald Horne writes; "The transatlantic question of race was the essential glue that held the lobby together."

Pandemonium as Dylann Roof is led away by the police,aftermath Chaleston shooting.

In 1979, the Rhodesian government was toppled by an armed uprising — no surprise, considering black people outnumbered their white counterparts by about 25:1 (the equivalent number in South Africa was 7:1, per Horne). But the new Zimbabwean government had serious problems. Its long serving leader, Robert Mugabe, has become a nasty authoritarian: Zimbabwe under Mugabe has been an economic basket-case, suffering some of the world's worst hyper-inflation, and a human rights disaster.
And that is why people like Roof mythologize Rhodesia today: they see it (falsely, of course) as proof that countries are better off when white people run them. Earlier this year, about 150 people on a white supremacist web forum volunteered online to "found" a "new country" in Africa. They called it, naturally, "New Rhodesia."

White supremacists.

It's amazing to think in this day and age,we still have people with this line of thought.But the world is made up of billions of people,we can't all be on the common sense avenue.There will always be those with a warped sense of thinking and hell bent on destruction to the world like that of the Charleston shooting!
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