Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Matt Forney, an intermittently interesting Alt-Right figure previously discussed here at Aryan Skynet, has trodden a noncommittal path of uneasy compromise between racialism and nihilism, truth and establishment deception. However, after dismissively pronouncing that “conspiracy theories tend to be popular amongst nerds and other social outcasts,” Forney now appears to be making conscious gestures toward social self-ostracism and nerd status with some of his recent comments about Israel and the “Islamic” State.
In Episode 102 of his podcast, Forney and guest co-host William Rome talk about the mass media misrepresentation of the ongoing Third World invasion of Europe and also go into the underhanded, government-engineered provenance of the demographic apocalypse engulfing the continent. Forney’s assessment of ISIS, a contributing catalyst of Europe’s intensifying death spiral, indicates a diminished arrogance of perspective, particularly coming from a man who professes to believe that the September 11 attacks, presumably including the BBC-forecasted demolition of the Salomon Brothers Building, were perpetrated by “Al Qaeda terrorists who hate this country and want to destroy it.”
“The Islamic State is Al Qaeda, literally Al Qaeda,” Forney suggests, elaborating with the tired yarn that ISIS constitutes “a fundamentalist Muslim group that wants to establish a worldwide Caliphate.” But after regurgitating the media’s murk on the matter, Forney digresses and voices a lingering discomfort with the official narrative:
I still am not fully convinced that, um, that the, uh, that the Al Qaeda, these Muslim extremists don’t have some connection to the U.S. government. [. . .] In the Islamic State’s propaganda, ISIS’s propaganda about, um, how they’re going to create a worldwide Caliphate and every non-Muslim will bow to a Muslim and there will be a worldwide, you know, everyone will be praying towards Mecca and everyone will be forced to be converted, when they talk about the countries they want to conquer and absorb into their Caliphate, there’s one country that they never, ever mention. Want to take a guess what that country is?
“Uh, Israel?” offers co-host Rome.
“Exactly,” Forney continues:
They never mention Israel. The one country you’d think a radical Muslim group would be pissed at. The one country that even secular Arab regimes in the Middle East despise and wanted to destroy since its very existence. ISIS never mentions Israel once in their propaganda. [. . .] And I’m not going to – I’m not gonna say that ISIS is a puppet state of Mossad or whatever, but I, I really do believe that ISIS’s creation was in part fostered by Israel and the U.S. government.
“I mean, it’s ridiculous,” Rome agrees:
It’s – we directly created them. I’m not, I’m not – I don’t know if it’s proper Mossad like you said, but there’s no denying we created them [. . .] the same way we created Al Qaeda in the eighties by supporting the Mujahideen against the Soviets in Afghanistan. We supported the attack against Assad and we created ISIS. They have American-made jeeps, American weapons.
“Basically,” Forney observes in conclusion, “it’s the rabid attack dog getting loose from its master and going on a rampage biting and killing people and tearing out their throats.” “Exactly,” concurs his co-host. “It’s Frankenstein’s monster.” This, of course, is the “blowback” theory, the polite and respectable libertarian foreign policy critique that stops short of alleging purposeful false flag activities on the part of the Judeo-American intelligence establishment; but if ISIS is, as Forney suggests, a “rabid attack dog” that got “loose from its master”, why then does the “Islamic” Caliphate continue to tolerate the cancer of the Jewish state?
Why, too – is it coincidence? – do high-profile, public-opinion-manipulating “ISIS” videos and other propaganda materials continue to be debuted and provided to the mainstream media by Rita Katz – Katz of course being the SITE shill whose father was executed as an Israeli spy in Iraq in the 1960s. The truth of the situation is obvious; but rabbit holes retain their power to irritate and anger commentators accustomed to mocking all the stupid “conspiracy theorists”. Hence the defensive stubbornness of Forney and others of his ilk in clinging to the reality of the pathetic, Zelikow-and-CIA-approved cave Arabs version of the 9/11 Matrix.
All that remains for Forney to do is to connect the dots of his own assertions. He already knows and concedes that the “Islamic State is Al Qaeda, literally Al Qaeda” and that, as Rome suggests, “we created ISIS,” which has “American-made jeeps, American weapons”. He knows, too, as Rome suggests, that “we created Al Qaeda”, the group alleged to have masterminded the 9/11 attacks – an event which, as Forney points out, “was the impetus for the birth and the continued growth of the national security state, the surveillance state.” Yet still Forney wants everyone to believe that 9/11 represents the work of primitive Third World Muslim fundamentalists “who hate this country and want to destroy it”?
At least Forney and Rome appear to be moving in the right direction. Forney’s ISIS skepticism, along with his recent tweets about the USS Liberty incident and other appalling evidences of the Jewish grip on America’s foreign policy, represent a welcome progress after his characterization of critics of Zionist power and lies as “Nazitards”. Forney still has a long and arduous way to go, however. He of course has refused to abandon his Judeo-state-programmed orthodoxy on the significance of the events of the Second World War, as illustrated during this same podcast episode when he declares, “We were inspired to do great things by Pearl Harbor” or suggests that Europeans made a mistake in naively attempting to “avoid conflict” with Hitler’s National Socialist Germany. For good measure, and just to demonstrate that he remains appallingly ignorant on any number of historical topics, he even offers the insight that “a communist” murdered JFK.
Forney in Episode 102 of his show also blurts his Hannity-worthy idea that the Twin Towers ought to have been replaced by a giant, defiant middle finger directed toward the Muslims’ holy city of Mecca. Mecca, Mr. Forney? Why not a gargantuan middle finger challenging Washington? Why not Tel Aviv?