Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
As previously hegemonic European legacy peoples continue to witness their inundation with smelly waves of demographic and cultural plague, and with, furthermore, the true intentions and ultimate responsibility of (((Soros))) and company in this project becoming more blatantly irrefutable with every ugly day that dawns, 2016 promises to be another landmark year for awakening identitarian consciousness and intensifying shitlordery on the internet. Richard Spencer of NPI, discussing the gains of the previous year with Ram Z. Paul (“Living in the Current Year”), reflected,
I was really shocked. […] I was hoping we could get a hundred people, you know, at the NPI Conference. […] We almost doubled that. So – and I think it’s growing. […] I mean, yeah, I think something is really building and, uh, and just also new people at the NPI Conference. Um, all these people I talked to, they were like, “Oh, I started reading this stuff nine months ago.” And that was really shocking. I mean, it’s like, you know, you started this six months ago and you’re attending big events […]
Red pills, it seems, are floating around like LSD tabs at some swinging sixties happening. Fortunately or otherwise, there is no copyright attached to the “red pill” concept – no exclusive ownership or propriety by any individual or corporate interest. Anybody can claim to have been “redpilled”, as was demonstrated recently when Twitter edgelord Ricky Vaughn prompted his followers, “Take the poll: I was an anti-racist in 2012. Were you?” While, on the whole, the responses were both heartening and illuminating, one particular reply was both perplexing and disturbing. “I was redpilled by Glen [sic] Beck,” said one of Vaughn’s respondents in a tweet that has since been deleted.
Precisely how it is possible for a person to be “redpilled” in any meaningful sense by The Glenn Beck Program, of all things, is beyond this writer’s admittedly modest level of comprehension, but this bizarre moment is nonetheless instructive, demonstrating that there remains an uneasy relationship and affinity of sorts between the Alt-Right, particularly in its semi-mainstream fringes, and the more conventional quarters of the political Twitterverse, as evidenced by the fact that (((Breitbart))) Jewish supremacist Milo Yiannopoulos also chimed in with a response to Vaughn’s impromptu survey.
Mark Glenn recently made remarks on his Ugly Truth broadcast that struck this writer as being uncomfortably relevant to the white nationalist movement, notwithstanding Glenn’s fastidious focus on anti-Zionism and distaste for racial identitarianism:
It’s like this program that I have referenced here many times, one of my favorite shows, called The Walking Dead. […] There are a lot of people in this “movement” who are basically, uh, just like the rest of ‘em. They’re the walking dead […] and this is a problem because we are finding ourselves, as I’ve said […] You know, the movement […] may be getting bigger, but it’s getting dumber. You see, it’s getting dumber and dumber by the day.
Later during the same broadcast, he adds:
And you know it has been a source of considerable aggravation and frustration for me […] when we see these people this “movement” who should know better, but they don’t. […] The final nail in our coffin is going to be these wars in the Middle East. These things are designed to kill two birds with one stone, or to have two birds destroy each other. And yet you have these people in our movement now, who pander to and pass along all of this anti-Islamic garbage that is the primary fuel – the primary fuel – for bringing about this inferno that is destroying us.
Glenn, as noted, is not speaking here on behalf of white nationalism, and in the above-quoted observations he may in fact be alluding to overt racialists as the unruly infiltrators muddying the purity of his “Truth” or anti-Zionist movement; but his words apply equally well to the evolving complexion of the rapidly expanding white nationalist enterprise, particularly as it has been behaving in this, the eternal iteration of the current year.
With the ongoing debacle of the “refugee crisis” and its assorted spectacles and atrocities – most recently, the Cologne sex attacks – keeping Alt-Right Twitter in a permanent state of propaganda battle-readiness, it is only natural and right that much of their venom will be directed at the Islamic invaders themselves; but a disconcerting quantity of ostensibly identitarian Twitter activity seems to consist of retweeting Republican propaganda. Typical of this tendency is the user Barackolypse Obola, who identifies as Alt-Right and occasionally retweets anti-Semitic messaging, but who, judging from the bulk of his tweeted oeuvre, seems to be most preoccupied with some imagined agenda of the Islamic State and Iran or Obama to institute a worldwide communist caliphate or explode the planet – whatever the story is this week.
Obola, who has more than thirty-thousand followers, is a sad indication of what might be white nationalism’s trajectory as it grows in acceptance and lends itself to a quasi-mainstream cooption. Unpleasant though it may be to consider, there are going to be growing numbers of people identifying as “Alt-Right” or “WN” on Twitter and elsewhere – perhaps even hosting their own Right Stuff style podcasts and writing for popular websites – whose introduction to ethnonationalism will have been the Trump troll phenomenon of recent months, and whose idea of identitarianism will be promoting (((Breitbart))) articles, (((Pamela Geller))) tweets, Obama-the-secret-Muslim junk, Trump-the-hero-on-horseback memes, and even pictures of Ronald Reagan and other assorted patriotic kitsch.
Likewise, there are going to be gullible dolts who will take the tongue-in-cheek “fash” Nazi posturing to heart and limit their discourse to “gas the kikes race war now”. Some of these anime-avatar people, many of whom seem to be teenagers, will probably even mean it. What makes so many of these types a liability, too, is their obvious inability, in many cases, to distinguish propaganda from reality and to discern Jewish psychological operations like Charlie Hebdo, San Bernadino, and the Paris Attacks for what these are.
The intermittently humorous Right Stuff family of podcasts and federation of Donald Trump appreciation societies, despite its ostentatious displays of anti-Semitic mockery, regularly regurgitates mainstream media narratives when it comes to topics like the Trump campaign and “Islamic” terrorist incidents, and they even devoted an entire Daily Shoah episode to ridiculing the idea of Israeli involvement in 9/11 by linking this knowledge with tall tales about holograms and the belief in reptilian overlords. Perhaps Mike Enoch and company, notwithstanding their valuable contributions of style and repertoire to the discussion of the Jewish Question, were among those white warriors lucky enough to have been redpilled by The Glenn Beck Program.
The “movement”, to the extent that the white nationalist project can be described as such, is getting bigger every day, but it is getting dumber as well. Is bigger and faster growth necessarily better? The “Trump Train” runs on a potent mixture of common sense, stupidity, sexual magnetism, and the broad-based appeal of the monosyllabic, as analysis of the Donald’s word choice has demonstrated. Should white advocates be taking cues from Trump in order to attract ex-America’s dumbest, most easily distracted eyes and ears, or should they instead focus on quality of recruitment rather than quantity and attempt to persuade the most intelligent people to go against nature and take their own side for a change? Does white nationalism need more people whose idea of a savior is a Republican presidential candidate with an Israeli agent as his national campaign director? Are Glenn Beck fans the most promising prospects, or ought identitarians rather to be looking at non-aligned or even liberal intellectuals, as unappetizing as that might sound? Could such recruits be even more toxic to the cause? Aryan Skynet welcomes debate on these points.
In any event, there are inevitably going to be waves of intellectually impoverished new arrivals disembarking in need of delousing at race realism’s Ellis Island; but be aware and beware of the goose-stepping dead.