Who is Really Behind Dylann Roof’s “Racist Manifesto” Website?

Source: The Daily Sheeple

On June 18, Dylann Roof was arrested for killing nine people in a mass shooting at a black church in South Carolina.

Two days later, a “racist manifesto” website called Last Rhodesian was “discovered” by two independent writers.

The discovery of the website began with a political blogger who posted the following Tweet:

Less than an hour later, Twitter user Emma Quangel, a self-described communist, responded to that Tweet:

Why did Quangel pony up the $49 to buy the website domain report?

Jacob Siegel of The Daily Beast asked her that question:

After I congratulated her for her investigative work, Quangel told me that she saw it as her duty. “As a communist,” Quangel said, “it is my duty and obligation to spend at least $49 to help ruin this guy’s insanity plea.”

But who IS Emma Quangel?

Scott Creighton, owner of the website American Everyman, did some digging and uncovered some information on Quangel:

Dylann Storm Roof’s unsigned “Confession Website” has been “found” by an Obama agenda supporter and a writer who wrote these items:

“Caroline Benjie is a naïve Candide come to the big city to find a life and career, like everyone else, through promotion via social media.” Emma Quangel on her book “Spooks”

“Caroline (author’s representation of herself as protagonist?) finds herself rising through the ranks of New York society (where Emma lives), feted and showered with gifts and endless praise of her excellence. Is Empire a wonderful meritocracy after all, and is the insipid and unimaginative Caroline really the superior specimen of the species as she herself is increasingly convinced? Or is she a pawn chosen for her vanity and gullibility, a mere puppet in a spectacle behind which there are larger and by no means random forces at work? Is she delivering revolution to the people or is she selling the people bound hand and foot — and strapped to electrical prods — to her many anonymous sponsors?Emma Quangel on her book “Spooks”

Interesting, no?

Oh, by the way…Quangel owns a site called…wait for it…


Life imitates art.

And it looks like she and Henry go way back. His current Twitter handle is “Henry Krinkle,” but there are comments on Quangel’s blog from as far back as 2011 from a Henry Krunkle. Could it be that she has two buddies with VERY similar pseudonyms? Perhaps…but I doubt it.

Was this some kind of publicity stunt to promote Quangel’s book?

Some think so:

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Categories: False Flag?, Propaganda, Fraud, and Outright Lies, You Decide!!!

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