Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
What is to say we could not pick a 100% European member of our number to say all of the right things, get ‘trusted’, and then sabotage them? Instead, they should be making their distrust more effective — E. Antony Gray (@RiverC)
Well, no shit. What have we got here, a fucking comedian? Private Joker? I admire your honesty. Hell, I like you. You can come over to my house and fuck my sister! — Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, Full Metal Jacket
Well I finally solved the puzzle of the “NRx” “movement” – here, put on these sunglasses and tell me what you see.
Icareview’s recent article about the neo-reaction and the Dark Enlightenment had me re-reading the foundational pieces, such as Moldbug’s “Letter to an Open Minded Progressive” and the major opposition pieces, such as the “Anti-Reaction Faq.” I speculated that the “neo-reaction” is similar to “neo-conservatism” or “neo-liberalism” in the sense that it was the usual suspects co-opting Whites into yet another ideological trend that was “good for Jews.” But while I am sure there are Jews doing just that, there is far less to “NRx” than meets the eye. I think my original assumption was correct:
I assumed that the “Dark Enlightenment” and “neo-reaction” were just labels slapped onto the emerging internet consensus among non-leftist types, a mix of race realism, sex realism, and scepticsm of utopianism. — Hipster Racist
That assumption was based on the “org chart” floating around that listed a number of various bloggers and gave them labels; “techno-commercialists,” “masculine reaction,” etc. It’s true that most of the bloggers on the list are “reactionary” in the sense they are reacting to “leftism.” But there is clearly no “center” here, there is no “movement” and there is no consistent philosophy. I think “Joseph sans Brothers” has it right:
Nrx has no intellectual content other than the old tropes of liberal individualist scientism, it merely repackages the global consensus in the guise of telling harsh, “politically incorrect” “truths” which Nrx loyalists all seem to convince themselves are profoundly challenging, but which are in fact very familiar and quite banal, and are already accepted cynically by everyone.
I’m not a philosopher, I’m a story-teller. So let me tell you a story about three online incidents involving NRx bloggers. One NRx blogger seemingly of the “manosphere” school reblogged a few of my posts and made a number of positive comments. The next time I posted an article about 9/11, he posted a “rebuttal” using the standard tactics that those of us in the 9/11 truth movement are well aware of.
Not long after, another NRx blogger, this one of the more political/economic variety, also reblogged one of my posts, this time trying to downplay my advocacy of 9/11 truth, suggesting I was simply engaged in a sort of “thought experiment” and referenced the author Robert Anton Wilson, who wrote a few novels and non-fiction books about “conspiracy theories” that weren’t “really” “conspiracy theories.” He suggested these sorts of “conspiracy theories” were simply an intellectual game that “certain higher than average IQ types” like to play.
This blogger emailed me about some of my CIA related articles. I did what anyone would do, and looked up his email address, and surprise, surprise, his email address appeared on the list of Stratfor subscribers that had been hacked and released online. Stratfor is the notorious Texas based neo-conservative think tank that many suspect of having very close ties to Israel.
I asked him about this, and he simply brushed it away. He posted on his blog that he “used to be involved in politics” on a professional level, presumably as a staffer or a campaign worker.
There’s the story of Mr. Rational, who came to MWIR and tried to get me banned for discussing 9/11 truth. When MWIR shut down and we started Aryan Skynet, he came here and attempted to “debunk” 9/11 truth, and interestingly enough, suggested he had “all the time in the world” to “debate” me on the issue.
When Obama was elected, the Tea Party sprang up quite spontaneously as sort of a populist groundswell against the new liberal administration. Once the Tea Party proved to have some staying power, the Wall Street Journal wrote an article explaining how the Republican party was attempting to co-opt this populist conservative movement, using the expected means: money. The WSJ article mentioned that this new GOP funding would not be available to any Tea Party groups that included “birthers and truthers” – “birthers” meaning groups that had suspicions about Obama’s citizenship and “truthers,” of course, being anyone who suggested that the 9/11 attacks were anything other than what the Bush administration proclaimed them to be.
So the “neo” in “neo-reaction” may not be “Jews” per se, but simply the Republican party itself. I don’t know who exactly invented the term “Dark Enlightenment” or “neo-reaction” but it is likely that Republican party operatives, in preparation for the election, are “rounding up” various “right wing” online groups and trying to steer them in a direction compatible with party interests. This is the same strategy they used to infiltrate the populist Tea Party in Obama’s first term.
As the election season heats up, you will see blogs that play along get more hits and more comments, many of which will be from various sorts of bots, not actual people.
But I couldn’t care less if the Republicans win or lose the next election – hell, I don’t even live in the USA anymore, and am now a political refugee residing in an undisclosed location patrolling my rural compound with a shotgun on the lookout for Mossad assassins (like poor old Stanley Kubrick.)
We here at Hipster Intelligence Agency collect and analyze information to support our agents in the field. Our analysis side is public and open source; our operations side is private and covert. Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to use this information and well known HUMINT tactics to advance the cause of Aryan Skynet within your own sphere of influence.
This is the Espionage Model.
Please direct your attention to “Human Chess: A Spy’s Guide to Understanding & Influencing Others” authored by Chris Simmons. Simmons posts an article from the Wall Street Journal by CIA officer Jason Matthews which describes a model the CIA uses to understand human motivations. This model is described by the acronym MICE: Money, Ideology, Conscience, and Ego. Apparently it is sometimes MICES, the S being sex, but while the Russians and Israelis are notorious for “honey pot” entrapments, Matthews says that blackmail and other negative, involuntary recruitments are sub-par; you want your target to want to work for the CIA, as a happy asset is an effective asset. (Sexual recruitment can perhaps be classified under “ego.”)
How, then, does a case officer persuade someone to become a traitor? There is no definitive handbook. The process is as complex as human relationships. If possible, a friendship should develop between the case officer and the prospective agent; bonds of trust must be established. But beneath the surface, there is the CIA officer’s constant and often uncharitable assessment of the target’s aspirations, fears and desires. You must know what motivates the potential recruit so that you can better exploit his vulnerabilities and, in the end, put him in the right frame of mind for your “pitch.”
In making this assessment, the CIA relies on four basic human motivations, described by the acronym MICE: money, ideology, conscience and ego. Some agencies in the U.S. intelligence community, perhaps not realizing that MICE is already a plural word, insist on adding an S to the end for sex. But sexual entrapment is not a reliable recruitment technique. A blackmailed agent tends to be resentful, brooding, prone to disloyalty and the fabrication of intelligence. Other countries, most infamously Russia, have used sexual entrapment in intelligence operations without compunction.
I was alarmed when it was announced that former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel was being replaced by Ashton Carter. While Chuck Hagel was known as an opponent of the neo-conservatives and was viciously opposed by the Israel lobby, Ashton Carter is not only a neo-conservative himself, with close ties to many establishment Jews, he is also a likely 9/11 co-conspirator. Carter seems to be cut from the same cloth as former CIA director R. James Woolsey, someone whose career has been intimately tied to the Israel lobby. These types of White men see Jews as part of their “ideological ingroup” and often claim to regard them as moral superiors.
How Zionists co-opt powerful White men is a story worth telling.
So let’s don our earpieces and dark sunglasses, and like any good intelligence agent, analyze the story of Ashton Carter.