Though much of his ramblings stay away from officially declaring a political affiliation, in one passage Rodger specifically talks about political discussions with one of his "friends," Addison Altendorf.
According to the manifesto, Rodger frequently talked to Addison, who shared many beliefs with him. In one passage, Rodger comments (emphasis mine):
I talked to Addison about my old political views, debating with him about what an ideal world would look like. I found out that he had some fascist views of his own, and it was nice to have a discussion with someone about things that would make most normal people run a mile.
As the paragraph indicates, Rodger himself had fascistic ideas and was pleasantly surprised when he found someone with similar ideas of their own.
Rodger also was fascinated with being "a god" to those he planned to murder. In passage after passage, he repeatedly uses the same terminology when talking about killing innocents:
"They treated me like an insignificant little mouse, but on the Day of Retribution, I would be a God to them."
"I briefly fantasized about being a god as I looked down upon them all. I imagined having the power to destroy everything below with destructive, supernatural powers."
"Women are like a plague that must be quarantined... I am like a god, and my purpose is to exact ultimate Retribution on all of the impurities I see in the world."
"I will be a god, and they will all be animals that I can slaughter."
"I will be a god, punishing women and all of humanity for their depravity."
"Once they see all of their friend’s heads roll onto the street, everyone will fear me as the powerful god I am."
"I am the closest thing there is to a living god."
"On the Day of Retribution, I will truly be a powerful god, punishing everyone I deem to be impure and depraved."
And finally: "I am a god."