Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
It is with great humility, heads bowed by the might and logic of Allah, that Aryan Skynet atones for its evil and offers this anguished admission of culpability and contrition in perpetuating the fiction of the Israeli-American 9/11 conspiracy and – more pointedly – any suggestion that the Islamic State is a proxy mercenary force and an inorganic western intelligence creation. Indeed, the Islamic State is both a legitimate caliphate and a formidable geopolitical actor and military juggernaut. The Aryan Skynet staff has, of course, been cognizant of these realities all along – and it was, in fact, in a misguided effort to discredit ISIS and to dissuade the faithful from joining its ranks in a cyber-jihad against Aryan Skynet that the pretense of the Islamic State’s Hollywood backlot phoniness was maintained for so long and with such an embarrassing futility. Alas, the mujahidin have seen through our pathetic ruse and have seen fit to puncture it fatally.
The propaganda deathblow comes from Dabiq – the official magazine of the Islamic State, which is published by the Al-Hayat Media Center and was briefly available for sale through Amazon.com. For being produced by a crew of fellows who ramble around in pickup trucks, machine-gunning, decapitating, incinerating, and enslaving innocents in an alleged plot to plunge the planet back into the Dark Ages, ISIS has certainly exceeded the English-language faithful’s expectations with its impressive and lavishly formatted periodical. The production values are top-notch, praise be to Allah, which has prompted one infidel journalist to remark that “Conspiracy theorists are going to have a field day speculating about ‘Western’ funding going to the Islamic State [. . .] after seeing their new, slick magazine.” Dabiq “looks shockingly professional [. . .] Do they also have professional photographers following them around or what?” asks Scoop Empire’s Aprille Muscara, who after capture will join the harem of Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Issue 9 of Dabiq features an anonymously authored article titled “Conspiracy Theory Shirk”. “Shirk” refers to idolatry, and the article argues – brilliantly, irrefutably, inch’allah – that conspiracy theories about synthetic terrorism merely serve as “an excuse to abandon jihād, to have great awe for the kuffār [i.e., the infidel], to forsake the obligation of bay’ah [i.e., loyalty], and to pursue the Dunyā [i.e., the material world], all in the name of political ‘awareness.’”1 An evidence of the folly of this political “awareness” may be had from the comments section at PressTV, where “Aware Aussie” holds forth as follows:
this is getting more hilarious by the day. ISIS can: mint their own coins, fly fighter jets, surveil and assassinate nuclear scientists, evade the world’s militaries, make nuclear weapons, takeover numerous nations simultaneously, etc, etc. now they apparently have a media division where they make a magazine for sale on amazon! ROFL! but when you have mossad and CIA working for you, i guess anything is possible.
“If jihād operations – like those of September 11th – were carried out against the kuffār,” continues the author of “Conspiracy Theory Shirk”, “they would claim these operations were conspiracies by the kuffār to justify their aggression against Muslims.”2 The infidels, too, by assigning the praise for such acts to the American or Israeli governments, deprive the warriors of the Most High of their credit and so abuse the omnipotent will of Allah. Most foolish of all, perhaps, is that the sufferers from the conspiracy theory shirk attribute to the Jews an inordinate clout, in view of the fact that, as the author explains with reference to Islamic teachings, “the accursed Jews are always in humiliation and overpowered.”3 How silly, then, to imagine that Israel’s humiliated and overpowered Mossad could be offering intelligence succor, funding, or other aid to ISIS fighters in their magnificent jihad!
For those interested and, inch’allah, inspired to take up the holy jihad, Dabiq is no longer on sale at Amazon, but pdfs of all of the issues can be found online at the Clarion Project, made possible by the donations of Donors Capital Fund, the Alan I. Gross Charitable Foundation, the Fidelity Investment Charitable Gift Fund, the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Anne and Natalio Fridman Foundation, the J& H Gross Family Foundation, the Irving I. Moskowitz Foundation, the Sy Syms Foundation, the Jewish Communal Fund, the William Rosenwald Family Fund, and other liberty-minded philanthropic institutions.