Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Forget about buying that extra potato masher grenade or AK to bookend your dog-eared copies of The Turner Diaries and Mein Kampf. What you want for success in today’s fast-paced and cutthroat race-warfare environment is what the kids call a “dank meme” or, better yet, what this writer proposes to term a fashtag – a hip and consequently viral WN 2.0 hashtag that gets the message across with merciless ouch-inflicting concision. Not all fashtags are created equal, however, so be sure to tweet that shit with panache and a seeming sense of spontaneous fun that nevertheless conceals a deliberateness of identitarian purpose.
#Cuckservative was ingenious not just because it was short and funny, but because in its streamlined conflation of cuckold and conservative, it captured the essence of racially suicidal and unmanly twenty-first century Republicans. This fashtag not only caught the conservatives with their ideological pants down, but had the unprecedented effect of provoking an uproar among pious liberals suddenly stuffy and scandalized over internet vulgarity.
#IStandWithAnn, #BoycottSethRogen, and #BoycottStarWarsVII – particularly the first and last – were successful both because of the humorous memes that accompanied these and because Synagogue representatives took the bait and contributed to the trends’ notoriety.
#WhiteGirlsAreMagic conveys a distinctively random millennial sense of humor and sparked an outpouring of racialist pride in the beauty of Aryan women – but what, otherwise, does this fashtag accomplish? Is it particularly compelling to anybody not already on board with the cause to suggest, even facetiously, that white women are somehow “magic”? Perhaps … Who is the target audience here? Teenage girls with low self-esteem? Not hating this one, just wondering what the point is – apart from tweeting pictures of hot chicks, of course. Which is fine …
#HitlerWasRight was fun, but not as infectiously witty or readily accessible to the Twitterverse and internet at large as was, say, #cuckservative – and therefore was less than effective. Functioning as something of an in-joke among white nationalists and those familiar with the uncoverings of revisionist history, the meaning is lost on the rest of the public, who take it as an endorsement of warmongering and genocide. Consider the way the hashtag reads from the blue-piller’s perspective. The aim with all of this, after all, is to change minds, not just gratuitously offend. Not hating; just saying …
#Trump2016. Need Aryan Skynet say more on this one?
#KillMerkel. Yes, this was a thing – and, admittedly, most of us in this movement would hardly be moved to tears, except perhaps flowing tears of laughter, if this old bitch finally dropped dead from the stench of the Third-Worlders she insists on depositing into her pozzed people’s laps – but #KillMerkel? Reassuringly, a certain notorious somebody seems to have thought better of this one, as recent tweets featuring this exotically mongoloid fashtag have conveniently disappeared.
In a social media environment in which even such a comparatively harmless figure as Chuck C. Johnson can be banned for upsetting establishment narrative, Twitter warriors invite not only censure but prosecution for openly advocating the assassination of heads of state. Imagine, too, the intensification of calls for racialist speech to be outlawed if some ZOG pawn actually murdered Merkel and subsequent news reports dug up these tweets and cited the viral hate they allegedly inspired.
#CuckTheKikes. Oy vey … leave it to Donald Trump’s biggest fan to come up with this feat of rhetorical (?) idiocy. Because nothing signals love of the white race and dedication to the immortal fourteen words more than shit-tweeting cheesecake pictures of Jews, promoting home-wrecking miscegenation, and fantasizing about kosher sloppy seconds. Thankfully, this particular fashtag shows little aptitude for winning the coveted Twitter edgelord laurels.
What will be the next fashtag to catch fire?