If you want to build a blazing fire, you’re going to need an accelerant.
The world our forebears have built for us is being ravaged. The slithering, Levantine reptiles have hijacked our Nation and deceived our kindred into believing that their very existence is a scourge upon humanity. Cosmopolitan fiends and the lying media have declared war upon our symbols, our images and our ideas. As the screeching Left beseeches our ultimate replacement, the White Man awakens from his slumber.
We consciously exist in a present-day, Jewish motion picture, in which we’re featured as vile antagonists defending symbols of “hatred and bigotry”. The film begins in the Holy City of Charleston, SC two years ago, one summer night. The waxing gibbous bowlcut moon blooming as it rises above this charming, quiescent city.
Saint Dylann, Glorified Soul, Ushering in the Holy Storm
Historically black AME Churches have always been a hotbed of anti-White activism. The 201-year-old church in Charleston has played a strategic role in slavery rebellions, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Black Lives Matter movement. The church was founded in 1816, and is the oldest African Methodist Episcopal Church in the South, often referred to as “Mother Emanuel”. When one of the church’s co-founders, Denmark Vesey, was suspected of planning a slave rebellion in Charleston in 1822, 35 uprisers, including Vesey, were lynched and the church was burned to the ground. Mystically, the assassinations carried out by Roof on June 17th occurred on the 193rd anniversary of the thwarted uprising, which would have otherwise led to the rape, torture and murder of innocent Whites.
The mythical “Nine innocent church ladies” assassinated that evening were one state senator Rev. Clementa Pinckney, and eight other high-profile reverends and elite negroes, who spent their whole careers inciting feral negroes to commit black on White crime and racial violence. They all had in fact just met with Hillary Clinton earlier that day in Charleston, while she was rallying for her campaign. The nationally broadcasted eulogy, given by Barack Obama at the funeral procession days later, demonstrated the influence these black leaders wielded within the anti-White establishment.
In the ensuing days afterwards, confederate flags were taken down from government buildings, the sales were discontinued from major retailers, and thus sparked the conversation about removing confederate monuments. The pro-White community and Southerners were overwrought, and many promptly condemned Roof and his heroic actions; I, on the other hand, saw opportunity.
At this juncture social malaise cannot be halted, only accelerated onward to the abyss, capitulating the whole vile episode of this end cycle
What more favorable time to radicalize the blind normies and complacent fence-sitters! Charlottesville has demonstrated that the founding stock of this nation is not afforded the rights promised to us by our ancestors to assemble and speak freely. We have been de-platformed, and some have been denied their income. Others have been fired from their jobs and ostracized from their communities. These unjust circumstances have not only forged our community, but have propelled us into the mainstream. We must ROOFie the masses and capitalize on every opportunity. There is a silver lining within every seeming obstacle and defeat. The Black Sun rises.
“I have no choice. I am not in the position to, alone, go into the ghetto and fight. I chose Charleston because it is most historic city in my state, and at one time had the highest ratio of blacks to Whites in the country. 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.” -Saint Dylann