Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
One sometimes encounters despondency in the identitarian ranks. The girth of the David turned Goliath that constitutes the ruling class is of such a magnitude at present that European prospects for regaining sovereignty seem at times to be the stuff of Quixotic phantasmagoria. Zionist tentacles envelop the mass media, governments, multinationals, central banks, and the hearts and minds of much of the public. The future is bleak, brown, and red – what else remains to be said? A single axiom bears repeating in such moments of despair.
While Jewish openness indicates the measure of their security, Jews’ lies measure the size of their fear. A gaudy, gargantuan Jewish ritual rake taunting America from the grounds of the White House is most definitely a show of strength, as are the repeated and casual admissions from various Jewish writers about the Hebraic control of crucial nodes of global influence. Jews’ ubiquitous efforts at maintaining the ruse of the “Holocaust” or of common “Judeo-Christian” values, however, reveal their apprehensions of real repercussions – as opposed, for instance, to the movie Nazi retribution the Chosen always pretend to dread.
As recent controversy surrounding the “anti-Semitic” Twitter (((echo))) identifier illustrates, media Jews engage each other in a perpetual discourse concerning the present status of their continuing hegemony. Writers like Tablet’s Yair Rosenberg, in treating the matter as a joke, appropriating the (((echo))) themselves, and encouraging others to do so, as well, are thereby affirming the certainty of their political ascendancy and their confidence that there is no longer a need for Jewishness to be tactfully tacit, let alone disguised by crypsis as in decades and centuries past.
As Vice reports, “Rosenberg and other prominent Jewish writers started taking back that signal in an effort to raise awareness about what neo-Nazis are doing, to declare publicly that they are indeed Jewish, and to troll the increasingly prominent alt-right.” Clearly, these are a novel breed of smug and pampered parasites, reared without that traditional hate of identification that Joseph Goebbels rendered: “one may call him a scoundrel, parasite, swindler, profiteer, it all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But call him a Jew and you will be astonished at how he recoils, how injured he is, how he suddenly shrinks back: ‘I’ve been found out.’”
Cooper Fleishman and Anthony Smith, in their Tech.Mic article “(((Echoes))), Exposed: The Secret Symbol Neo-Nazis Use to Target Jews Online”, take the opposite and more conventional approach, characterizing the online trend as a harbinger of Hitlerism. Those using the “sinister” (((echo))) are “Neo-Nazis” who want to “put a target on their [i.e., Jews’] heads” for persecution through “death threats, anti-Semitic cartoons, images of concentration camp ovens and executed Jews, threatening emails, even home phone calls.” Tech.Mic, like the ADL, invokes the feigned fear that hides the coercive muscle that Zionist Jews deem necessary to stave off the actual fear of their project’s final collapse.
“God is a concept by which we measure our pain,” ex-Walrus John Lennon famously whimpered on his self-indulgent post-Beatles release John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. Throat-rippingly appropriating his words like the rabid death-threat-tweeting neo-Nazi attack dogs all of us white guys here on the internet, of course, are, would it not be more instructive than perpetually despairing of the proliferation of Judaic untruth to recognize, rather, in this orgy of lies the adversary’s acknowledgment of our still-dormant potential – the concept by which we measure his fear?