Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
RCvK: Were you nicely behaved as a child or have you always been a rascal?
HR: I’m not a rascal now and I was a relatively conventional boy that never got into too much trouble. Until I hit 16, at which time I was somewhat involuntarily separated from my implicitly White, explicitly Christian community and all hell broke loose. I discovered girls, drugs, and illegal ways to make money. I’m sure you can fill in the details. Thankfully, that only lasted a few years until I got a nice white collar job and a pretty fiancée. So I moved to New York, started shopping for a ring, and was about to pop the question, buy a house in a suburb within commuting distance and start a family. Then, you know, 9/11. A few years after 9/11 I had my “Eyes Wide Shut” moment, when I realized that while I had the password for the door, I did not have the password for the house. So there I am, surrounded by men in masks realizing I had gotten into a situation far, far above my pay grade. 15 years later, well here I am.
I always wanted to tell the story, but as all the veteran intel writers say, the only way you can tell the truth is through fiction. So, I wrote, and am still writing, “The Life and Times of Hipster Racist“. It’s 100% fiction, but it’s “inspired by a true story.” Or maybe “inspired by true stories.” So it is truthful without being literally true. And it would be pointless to read it as a roman a clef because I’m far too clever to fall into that trap. Although I have no doubt that if certain women were to read it, they would laugh their asses off as it’s full of inside jokes and references and the like.
RCvK: What are your feelings toward dogs?
HR: I’m guessing this question is an invitation to make some observation about how whites/Westerners love their dogs while Muslim Semites don’t, but I don’t really have any strong feelings on the subject.
RCvK: Your series of attacks on Matthew Heimbach’s “street theater” approach reveals a level of familiarity with church protocol that might surprise those who associate you with your interests in sexuality, race, and conspiracies. What is your spiritual background?
HR: I paid attention in Sunday school. Ecclesiastical polity has always fascinated me. I realize that likely seems very obscure but it really has direct application to virtually everything the “Alt Right” discusses, from political issues to social organization. A quick outline is this: Roman Catholic polity is imperial and aristocratic, you have a King, a Pope, and a self-selected aristocracy, the bishops and priests. On the other end of the spectrum you have the Southern Baptist Convention, the polity of which is known in secular political terms as “anarcho-syndicalism,” independent organizations that democratically elect their leaders that then affiliate or disaffiliate with other independent congregations. Presbyterian polity is somewhere in the middle, having aspects of both democracy as well as a formal ruling class.
If you are interested in political and governance structures, you could do worse than to understand how the various Christian denominations have done this. There’s really nothing new under the sun, after all, and quite a lot of the digital ink spilled by the various flavors of alt-right, from the “neo-reactionaries” to the “nationalist anarchists” has been simply reinventing the wheel due to simple ignorance of the West’s actual traditions.
For those that aren’t religiously inclined, you can instead look to corporate governance. From activist shareholders, to limited liability, to boards of directors, to celebrity CEOs, to shareholder democracy, none of it is particularly different than ecclesiastical polity.
As for the criticism of the TradYouth group, I guess I let my interest in this topic spill out because one of their members was referencing Rushdoony’s Institutes of Biblical Law as some excuse to attack the NPI conference, and my bullshit detector went off. He was claiming he wanted to execute homosexuals because of Rushdoony. But as the leader of TradYouth explained it, he only wanted to execute homosexuals after Christian theonomists have taken over America, instituted ecclesiastical courts, appointed righteous prosecutors, and tried and convicted the accused sodomites. Then, the stonings could begin. So the leader of TradYouth said it was OK to ignore it all because it would never actually happen.
In other words, it was yet another example of Live Action Role Playing, a giant waste of everyone’s time for no other purpose than to signal how “totally not gay” they were and give a fig leaf of justification for attacking the NPI conference because their idiotic clown act was disinvited.
Which is a shame, because Rushdoony basically invented the modern home-schooling movement and anyone who was actually interested in such things could learn a lot from his example. But I doubt that particular tard corral was really interested, because their act was really all about “no homo” and starting gay rumors about the people who wanted nothing to do with them. That group has pretended to be a half dozen variations of Christianity in just the last few years, it’s a theater group, little more than performance art, LARPing. They exist only because the media chose them as the “leaders” of the WN movement. If it wasn’t for the lugenpresse, no one would have ever even heard of them.
RCvK: Do you believe in God?
HR: I don’t call myself an atheist.
RCvK: On a scale from one to ten, ten being the most erotic, rate what you imagine to be Benito Mussolini’s level of sex appeal for the average woman.
HR: I have no idea. Like the dog question, is this an oblique way to ask about my “manosphere/game” type writing? I assume Mussolini had no trouble with the ladies, being famous, rich, powerful, charismatic … and Italian.
RCvK: How great a threat to western civilization is anal intercourse?
HR: Again, I assume this is an obscure way to ask me about homosexuality? I don’t think homosexuality itself is particularly interesting or important. However, for lack of a better word, “homophobia” is a constant problem in alt-right and pro-white circles. Not actual disapproval of homosexual acts, but instead, this bizarre need to signal how “not homo” you are and how much you really, really disapprove of gayness. This also tends to lead to a denigration of Aryan masculinity and negative comparisons to African masculinity. Blacks go “prison gay” all the time but they are the most “no homo” of all the races, Arabs are similar. Meanwhile, elegant speakers like Jared Taylor or William F. Buckley are mocked as “faggy” in an Archie Bunker “England is a Fag Country” sort of way. As writers far better than I have explained, “gay panics” are a way to turn white men against each other, in a similar way that the worst of the “Manosphere” type stuff is used as a way to turn white men against white women. If you are paranoid about being perceived as gay, there’s probably a reason for that and it probably has to do with you more than other people. Now, I’ll exempt young men from this – when you’re a teenager trying to define yourself as a man and you maybe haven’t had a girlfriend yet, it’s understandable that in this pozzed culture you’ll be careful to make sure you aren’t “signaling gay”. But for adult men obsessed with homosexuality there’s something else going on. This seems to be mostly an issue with Catholics, because of that whole celibate priest thing.
On the other hand, it’s likely true that homosexual men tend to form “secret” networks and it’s interesting that covert agencies apparently figured this out a long time ago, and have leveraged “LGBT” as an intelligence asset.
RCvK: Was Khomeini righteous?
HR: How would I know? E. Michael Jones puts Islam just below Protestants on his “logos” scale. Certainly, the Iranian revolution liberated that country from Western cultural subversion, but I wouldn’t think I would want to live under an Islamic quasi-theocracy. So you’re asking the wrong guy. But in case this is another indirect question really meant to ask me about Islam, I’ll just say that Muslims didn’t do 9/11 and Islam isn’t a problem in America. It is a problem in Europe though, so I have zero criticism of anti-Muslim sentiments in Europe. As Bob Whitaker says, when Europeans talk about the “Muslim problem” what they really mean is the “colored problem”. The problem of Islam is not that they are against “gay marriage” or that they keep women covered up, the problem is that Islam is a non-white religion. If the Germans all converted to Islam tomorrow, they would just stage a “reformation” and turn their version of Islam into the most liberal and tolerant religion the world has ever seen.
RCvK: Many readers are curious: how hairy are you, really?
HR: I’m interpreting your more ridiculous questions as “really” meaning something else, in this case, asking about my ethnicity. I’m Anglo, not Greek, put it that way.
RCvK: What professional wrestler has most inspired you?
HR: I suppose I was glad that Jesse Ventura spoke about about 9/11. I did watch wrestling as a little kid, but I couldn’t really name any except Hulk Hogan.
RCvK: Whom do you most admire in the world of politics?
HR: Literally no one.
RCvK: Whom do you most admire in the world of the arts?
HR: I could name a hundred different musicians that I love. I don’t really know the names of any painters/visual artists.
RCvK: Name a few of your favorite movies.
HR: Two of my favorites are Kubrick’s The Shining and Eyes Wide Shut. The Shining was the first movie I saw that I immediately realized had a “hidden meaning” that I wasn’t getting, and I had the exact same feeling when I saw Eyes Wide Shut as a young adult. I don’t really think that The Shining is the story of how Stanley Kubrick faked the moon landing, but I wish it was. I absolutely do believe that Eyes Wide Shut is a lot more literally true than anyone realizes. But the significance of Eyes Wide Shut is not that rich people have ritualistic sex orgies (they do); it’s what the movie says about class and sex (sex, i.e., men and women.) The bedroom and party scenes spell out male polygamy vs. female hypergamy in a profound way, and Cruise’s character explains how the class system works.
Of course, my personal favorite is Secretary. Again, though, if you watch that film and come away with spanking and BDSM, you’re really missing the whole point. It’s a small and intimate love story.
RCvK: What is the worst or most offensive film you ever saw?
HR: I don’t know about the worst or most offensive, but I lost some liberal friends at a film festival in NYC about 2004. There was some indie film that just hit every stupid liberal trope. It centered around an Indian immigrant girl and how the evil whites excluded her, and the normal white couple were conservative Christians whose son was gay and they had to learn to accept his Negro boyfriend. The film was awful by anyone’s standards, but everyone was pretending it was so profound. I could barely stay civil – I even said it was probably directed by a Jew, which didn’t go over too well. It was just every stereotypical attack on normal White Americans done in such a ham-handed and obvious way it disgusted me that people were actually pretending it was interesting.
RCvK: Do you have a favorite actress? If so, what appeals to you about her?
HR: I think Nicole Kidman is about the closest a mortal woman gets to a goddess. I’ll always have a special place in my loins for Drew Barrymore (typical, I know). I had the hots for Parker Posey for a while. Claire Danes in Shopgirl was quite fetching. Reese Witherspoon had her moments. The woman from X-Files was always nice to look at and Natalie Wood was gorgeous as far as classic actresses go.
RCvK: Did Bill Cosby get a raw deal from the press?
HR: No, quite the opposite. He’s almost certainly guilty of serial rape of dozens of white women. There’s no doubt that everyone knew about it since forever but didn’t want to tarnish the images of the Great American Black Dad.
RCvK: What bothers you most about the Manosphere?
HR: The same thing that bothers me about White Nationalism and the Alt-Right in general. There’s a core of value there, a willingness to jettison the ridiculous idea that men and woman are the same except for some incidental plumbing, or that race is just the “color of the skin”. But there’s too much focus on the negative and too little focus on solutions. The Manosphere has some profound writers like F. Roger Devlin, and very incisive writers like Rollo Thomassi, Dalrock, and Heartiste. Then you have the clowns like Roosh and the “PUA” types that in some cases really do traffic in misogyny (and I really hate that word.)
The same with the Judeo-critical portions of the race sphere. Kevin MacDonald gave us an analysis of Jewish power and anti-whiteness that doesn’t rely on Catholic superstition or Protocols of Elders style conspiracy theorizing. Richard Spencer and RamZPaul are serious on the Jewish question without devolving into “anti-semitism”. But then you have the Nazitards, the (((Daily Stormer))) types, and the rest of that trash that are more obsessed with Jews than Jews are. “Anti-” is not an organizing principle. “Anti-Jew” is not the same as pro-White. Anti-Black is not the same as pro-White. And Manosphere types that are upset because women aren’t men so decide to “go their own way” or whatever nonsense are just best ignored really. Being “anti-feminism” solves nothing.
For the Manosphere specifically, I think it has already peaked in a sense. They got the truths out there. In many ways sex was easier to crack than race, because while there are plenty of white people that virtually never encounter people of different races except on TV, everyone knows men and women. So it was never possible for the cultural Marxists to really convince anyone that men and women were the same. But you put Black doctors, Mestizo CEOs, and Arab generals on TV and you’ll get away with it because plenty of White people have never actually experienced the diversities. I’ve long pointed it out, Vermont is the most “not racist” state in the union because they have, like, six black people there. Alabama is the most “racist” state because it’s half black, half white. The more experience you have with other races, the more “racist” you are.
Only men who have never actually had a relationship (of any kind) with a woman could actually believe that men and women are interchangeable. And women have never bought into the idea that men and women are the same – only men could have bought into that nonsense. Most women who embraced feminism did so quite opportunistically.
RCvK: Is lifelong monogamy a thing of the past?
HR: I don’t think lifelong monogamy was ever really a thing, even in the past. What is more important is marrying men and women off early, so they at least they start their sex lives monogamously. Then, when the kids are grown, people will do what they are going to do. From what I understand, this is the way it is in Old Europe. When the Amanda Knox scandal was happening in Italy, I read an article explaining that even the Italians disapproved of the idea of a young woman slutting around publicly. But no one is particularly shocked or scandalized that maybe married people have affairs when the kids leave home, as long as they keep it discreet.
The 1950s ideal was always just that – an ideal. But modern society now denigrates that ideal. Which is, of course, why you see it come out as the “return of the repressed”. “1950s household” is now an “official kink”. Literally, people – especially women – want that ideal so much they will “role play” it if they can’t have it “for real”. Then, they may even “role play” it “24/7”. But, oh no, it’s not a “real” 1950s household family, it’s just a “kink”. You know, whatever people have to tell themselves.
But marriage in the traditional sense has to be based on more than just feelings – more than just “love.” It has to be based on social expectations, and social reinforcement, and even a sense of duty. And the funny thing is that when the social expectations, the social reinforcement, and the sense of duty are present, that actually forms the foundation for what can develop into true love.
RCvK: What is the nastiest thing you have ever eaten?
HR: Your sister.
RCvK: If one or more vigilantes assassinated a major person of interest in the planning of the 9/11 attacks and announced that this was the motive for the killing, what consequences would you expect to result from such an action?
HR: I don’t like this line of questioning. You’re not going to get me to incriminate myself that easily.
RCvK: If you could spend one day with Cass Sunstein, what would the two of you do together?
HR: I’d buy him dinner and pick his brain about “cognitive infiltration.”
RCvK: Any plans for supporting the Duke for Senate campaign with your online activities?
HR: I retweet all the best Duke stuff. I’m pulling for him.
RCvK: To what do you attribute the reluctance of the vast majority of the Alt-Right to involve themselves in the Duke campaign as they have with such gusto for Trump?
HR: I think it’s just that Duke is yesterday’s news and he is thoroughly branded as “Grand Wizard” in the media. They saw what happened to Trump who was forced to “disavow” Duke a half dozen times, even though Trump has been attacking Duke for 20 years. So they see him as just baggage they don’t need. I note that Richard Spencer did a great interview of Duke and never tried to distance NPI from Duke and at least thinks of him as an “elder” in the struggle.
RCvK: Can you provide any clues as to your mysterious whereabouts?
RCvK: The Aryan race thanks you for your time.