Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
No regular Aryan Skynet reader needs to be told how devoted this website’s writers are to defending and promulgating the dignity, heritage, and empowerment of the Jewish people. It is, therefore, with a genuine pique and the indignation of the slapped that Skynet encounters the work of one of those saddest of creatures, the self-hating Jew. Hollywood screenwriter Dennis Feldman is one specimen of this unfortunately still-prevalent type, as his kapoesque script for director Roger Donaldson’s anti-Semitic science-fiction fatwa Species (1995) makes hyper-abundantly clear.
Species concerns the presence on earth of a hostile alien lifeform, Sil, played by Canadian supermodel Natasha Henstridge. The actress’s Aryan looks would preclude any thought of assigning a Jewish identity to her character if not for the opening sequence in which Mengele-like government scientist Ben Kingsley, finished experimenting with the extraterrestrial child, comes to the conclusion that her abilities pose too considerable a risk to the established order and gives the command to have her exterminated in a homicidal gas chamber. (Unforgivably, Species depicts a tear streaming from Kingsley’s eye – as if the audience is expected to swallow the ludicrous notion that the Germans regret their perpetration of the genocide of the Chosen people!) Sil escapes, of course, and because, like the Ashkenazim, she has half-European DNA, she is able to avoid detection among the general population.
Bent on reproduction – determined, that is, to fuse her alien culture with that of America – Sil takes a train called the “Desert Star” to California, and during the course of her journey metamorphoses into what would appear to be an adult human being. “Los Angeles is where the battle is going to be fought – and won,” Kingsley declares with dramatic irony when he and Michael Madsen’s glorified Gestapo squad arrive in town. The idea that L.A., home to America’s movie industry, would be the city where the fate of humanity is to be decided, accords with anti-Semitic claims of Jewish control of the media and of the surreptitious psychological conquest of the goyim by means of some occult power called “cultural Marxism”.
Hoping to throw them off her trail, Sil fakes her death in a massive explosion – which is to say, a Holocaust – using a human woman’s body as a substitute for her own. Accustomed though Aryan Skynet is to combating racist conspiracy theories on the internet, this piece of subtextual cinematic Holocaust denial, coming as it does from a treacherous tribesman like Dennis Feldman, is enough to reduce this critic to tears of bitter vicarious remembrance. Worse, it perpetuates the myth that whites, not Jews, were the ones immolated in the millions during the Second World War, and that Jews have attempted somehow to conceal this “fact”.
Sil eventually takes refuge in a sewer in symbolic allusion to the Jewish people’s allegedly disproportionate presence within the pornography industry and other subversive cultural ventures. It is here that Michael Madsen and crew succeed in burning Sil alive – Feldman’s fiendish intention seeming to be to communicate to the goyim that, notwithstanding what he alleges to be the falsity of the Holocaust narrative, the only way to finally rid themselves of the Jewish peril – the Final Solution to the Jewish Question, in other words – would be to actually commit just such an atrocity! At the end of the film, with the surviving members of the “heroic” Nazi posse content that they have finally destroyed the alien creature and thereby saved humanity, one last jolt awaits the audience as the alien species is revealed to have survived in the form of a rat – a guise, white supremacists are invited to concur, is a more appropriate one for Sil and her kind – a corroboration of the hateful Goebbels-era caricature of the Chosen as a kind of rodent-faced infestation.
Dennis Feldman is obviously a deeply disturbed individual, and one can only hope that in the two decades since Species was made he has sought the professional help he so desperately needs. Aryan Skynet readers, meanwhile, can be thankful that Hollywood, in its wisdom, has not permitted one of Feldman’s scripts to be filmed since 1999.