Aryan Skynet

Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch


Is it really that hard to believe? Look at Hillary’s “millenial engagement team”. They look like they were pulled straight from tumblr and the comment section of Salon.

I haven’t been able to stop laughing since the morning when I first saw the Pepe story.

The whole thing is insane.

It’s a cartoon frog named PePe posted on a site where most users aren’t legally old enough to click “ENTER” on adult sites. It’s most ardent users literally call themselves autists ironically and spend time on a place called Robot Level 9000 to talk about how nobody loves them

THESE are the white supremacists I should be worried about?


When the Obama administration finally passed the Iran deal, it was stunning defeat for the Israel lobby. During the Bush administration, the Israel lobby had come close to actually getting the USA to bomb Iran, by the time Obama was in office they were close to bombing themselves until America puts its foot down, threatening to shoot Israeli planes out of the sky if they tried.

From a deep state perspective, the reason the Israel lobby failed was because the Empire’s strategic interest was to pull Iran, and by extension the Shia Crescent, out of Russia’s orbit.

But from a political perspective, the Obama administration was able to sell the idea to the media, and after the victory, Ben Rhodes, the Deputy National Security Adviser, was quite candid about just how the media works and how the administration worked the media.

All these newspapers used to have foreign bureaus. Now they don’t. They call us to explain to them what’s happening in Moscow and Cairo. Most of the outlets are reporting on world events from Washington. The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns. That’s a sea change. They literally know nothing.

The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama’s Foreign-Policy Guru: How Ben Rhodes rewrote the rules of diplomacy for the digital age.


The “old media” has been “dying” since the 1990s when the World Wide Web first went online. It was Craigslist that killed paid classified ads and it was social media aggregators that turned even venerable newspapers like the Washington Post and New York Times into also-ran clickbait farms. Don’t tell the audience, but fake controversy is what gets people to click. Facebook is the best place to post the latest liberal outrage because middle aged conservatives will click on anything to do with Obama’s secret Muslim ties and his fake birth certificate. If you want the serve your ads to a “social justice warrior” audience, fraternity fantasy rape porn disguised as journalism does the trick.

For years the left has been pushing “diversity” in the news room, but when it actually appears, it’s not what people had in mind. Huffington Post’s editors went to social media to celebrate their “100% diversity” achievement, and seemed unprepared when people noticed their editor’s meeting was in fact virtually all young, relatively attractive white women in their 20s, with the exception of one Asian and one Black in the back.

It’s not as if the traditional media was really any better. Traditional media usually had a room full of middle aged Jewish men with an ultra-liberal WASP like Walter Cronkite out front making the rest of them look respectable. It was hilariously biased but they could pull off the “serious” act.

The “Alt Right” is all a-buzz because their latest troll went mainstream. Hillary Clinton and the media establishment behind her have now made a campaign issue of the internet meme “Pepe the Frog” and have declared it a “White Nationalist symbol.” The jokes write themselves, but it’s not particularly difficult to figure out how this happened. The sole issue that the Democrats are running on is “Trump = Hitler” so those pretty young things manning the media were tasked with finding evidence that Trump is backed by the legendary White Supremacists, the scary flyover country Nazi-KKKs the liberal establishment has been warning America about since forever.

So the darlings at places like Huffington Post took a few hours off from scanning and found their way to the “online alt right.” The (((Daily Stormer))) and have spent the last few years perfecting the style of trolling that originated at 4Chan and have served up a media ready set of memes that range from Holocaust Oven Jokes to Donald Trump dressed up like Colonel Klink. So 20 something blonde co-ed interns – still hung over from a few too many Cosmos and a late night with a Tinder date – furiously clicks through the Trump White Supremacist websites and comes up with a green frog named “Pepe.”

Clinton's Millennials Engagement Team

Clinton’s Millennials Engagement Team

It works the same from the other side. Trump’s campaign interns – young 20 something frat boys, still hung over from a few too many beers and a late night with a Huffington Post intern he met on Tinder the night before – quickly mocks up Trump’s face next to a green frog named “Pepe.”

By the time the old Whites and Jews running the campaigns of Trump and Hillary get the email, they are both assured, “yes this is what the young folk on the social medias are doing these days. Pepe the Frog is a White Supremacist symbol and/or an Alt Right symbol. Trust us, this will be really popular.”

And by the time the TV producers get it, they are being assured by both campaigns that this is a serious deal and it’s either a growing “hate movement” online or the new “American first patriots” that loves Trump.

A decade back the indie film “Me And You And Everyone We Know” included two subplots explaining how these internets things work. Two teenage girls, newly aware of their budding sexuality, decide to flirt with the middle aged loser that lives next door. In an allegory for online correspondence, he starts writing sexually explicit messages on his wall about just what he wants to do to these girls. The teenage girls are just not quite sure what to make of it – is this what adult men want to do to women? Some of the messages seems so hostile!

But the real kicker is the two brothers going online and trying to find lonely housewives to troll. The older brother, a teenager, is trying to get the presumed woman on the other end of the chat session to talk about her “bosoms” (pronounced “bah-zums” -“it’s a nice word for titties,” he explains.) But his younger brother, maybe six years old, really doesn’t understand what men and women do with each other anyway. He assumes it has something to do with their bottoms – after all, men are always talking about women’s rear ends, right? Well, what do people do with their rear ends? They poop out of them. So what would a man and a woman do with their rear ends anyway?

So develops perhaps one of the most profound scenes in indie film history, and one that this writer believes to be a perfect illustration of this election and how the internet has changed the nature of the media.

After all, one candidate is a reality TV star known for talking about the size of his penis during presidential debates, and the other is a woman who assures us that a cartoon frog is a secret code symbol for the growing “vast right wing conspiracy” of Neo-Nazi KKKs behind Donald Trump and secretly run by Vladimir Putin.

Back and forth, forever.



17 comments on “))<>((

  1. BMan
    September 16, 2016

    I just don’t see the magic of Pepe. It is shit, for sure. Forever? I hope not.


    • icareviews
      September 16, 2016

      I love the “Smug Pepe” variation, which always makes me smile, but I think the people who are saying it’s overexposed are correct. Pepe was already old news before people like me in their 30s had ever heard of it. I think Red Ice had a discussion recently of how something else, something edgy that hasn’t been tweeted ad nauseam, and hasn’t been diluted by mainstream appropriation, will no doubt happen along to replace it. Pepe, whatever the meme’s future fortunes, has definitely come to define an era of internet subculture-gone-mainstream.


    • Hipster Racist
      September 16, 2016

      I basically despise the (((Daily Stormer))) and the rest of the nazitard trolls. I don’t think they are funny. I think it’s poison for the real “alt right” and pro-white movements to associate themselves with the trolls.

      But they can serve a useful purpose. It’s difficult for me to see how the Democrats and the SPLC can retain any credibility when they are telling the public that a Grand Right Wing Conspiracy of KKK-Nazis are using a Cartoon Frog to plot a secret plan, along with Vladimir Putin, to put Donald Trump in the White House.

      Apparently, some teenage troll on twitter was contacted by a “journalist” and told them that there was a secret meeting of trolls at a bar in California to coordinate online support for Trump using the Pepe meme. The journalist took the bait and wrote a “serious” article about it.

      It’s similar to how the (((echo))) meme got mainstream attention. Some troll kiddie wrote a hilarious post about the “spiritual meaning” of each set of parenthesis – and this was picked up by the “serious” Jewish media who duly warned their audience about this nefarious anti-semitic development.

      I always thought that the Inglorious Basterds movie was a great troll on Jews. Tarantino made an homage to NSDAP film culture full of gentlemanly, masculine, well dressed German officers and contrasted them with a bunch of violent hateful Jewish terrorists. Instead of denouncing this neo-Nazi propaganda, Jews readily embraced it (the Wall Street Journal actually covered the behind the scenes lobbying that Tarantino did with Jewish groups to make sure they would take the bait. They were hesitant at first, but he assured them they were the heroes of the film.)

      It reminds me of how Seth MacFarlane, and to some degree South Park, have taken to openly skewering Jews and Jewish culture but really, what are the Jews going to do? They are just getting back what they have done to Whites and Christians in Hollywood for generations.

      The people we are up against – our new hostile media – are a bunch of 20 something social justice warriors with the intellectual depth of Tumblr and the political sophistication of

      I can’t remember his name but that new 20 something “conservative Republican” Jew that is all over the media is literally just the “right wing” side of the Tumblr crowd. These are our enemies. It would probably me a mistake to even fight them. It’s likely more effective to just point and laugh.


      • ct
        September 18, 2016

        “That’s why I appreciate eyeslevel posting here, because any time we get too far afield he puts us back on point.”
        I don’t know eyeslevel, so I cannot comment on that.

        On the religion/symbolism issue at the core I would be close to your take on it in the article at HR and the article on counter currents.
        Speaking of blood, I will watch this
        next and think some more about it.
        But I saw some neat alignments in the starktruthradio session, the angle on nihilism and Pepe, his transformation as an image of the current year, the fertility image etc. I am willing to engage this some more.
        We won’t have a church of Pepe riding us to victory, yes. But maybe there is an effect on internet youngsters to open up some conditioning. Actually, I am happy to see some alignments on a symbolic level beginning to speak, we need to exit irony and absurdism. Certainly this thing is only speaking to let’s say young Whites under 35-39 yrs.


    • ct
      September 17, 2016

      I am in my early thirties, I can see your distance to Pepe memes. But it is an interesting phenomenon.
      Hard to explain in a single post. Start with these two links, look at the golden hyroglyphs on the statue of a female version of the god Kek down below:

      What does this look like? Exactly. Like someone on a computer (posting Pepe memes…).

      The connection of Pepe with Kek is explained in these two podcast radio shows. Both go into this and you will leave them knowing what this is about: (this one is excellent)

      The first third of this is explaining the coming about and alignment of Kek, Pepe very well:

      For more go to atlaticcenturion blog and the articles om meme magic, Pepe, Kek. I do not take a position here, but the phenomenon is certainly aligned in a sort of (post)-irony wit. It is not just a silly frog, there is more to it. In the first podcast they are explaining this quite well.


      • Hipster Racist
        September 17, 2016


        Like teenagers think they invented sex, these kids think they invented trolling and absurdism. Glad that TRS at least does give some credit to Church of the Subgenius.

        I get the fad and it’s useful – it disorients the media, it helps breaks some taboos, and it’s funny. But these things simply do not translate to real life. And after a while it loses its impact.

        You know the atheists had the Flying Spaghetti monster and someone once wrote an article about how she caught herself actually muttering under her breath, “please Flying Spaghetti monster make the damn car start.” Exactly how a Christian would ask the same thing of Jesus. So yep – there’s an actual real religious impulse that is being leveraged here.

        But it will simply end up like the Flying Spaghetti and the Church of the Subgenius. Real gods require blood.

        Bob Whitaker/BUGS style marketing has a much broader and more serious appeal. That’s why I appreciate eyeslevel posting here, because any time we get too far afield he puts us back on point.

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  2. icareviews
    September 16, 2016

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  3. kerberos616
    September 16, 2016

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  4. Alexandros HoMegas
    September 19, 2016

    The Neocons in the Bush II administration tried to get not only Iran bombed but also the destruction Syria (thy got it Obama/Hillary) and further escalation with Russia (Obama/Hillary again), Bush wasn’t a Neocon and had a good personal relationship with Putin, the Georgian 2008 conflict was a attempt to bait Russia (the Georgian Minister of Defense had Israeli citizenship) before the Ukrainian coup but Bush didn’t bite it.

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  5. guest
    September 20, 2016

    O/t, any thoughts on “ethnic nationalism” visa-vi WN?
    It sounds way better to normies, less supreme at least.

    There’s even a wiki entry:


    • Hipster Racist
      September 20, 2016

      Ethnic nationalism for Europe, white nationalism for America. Most white Americans are some mix of Anglo/German/Irish/French/Scandi/whatever so the term “white” has become an ethnic designator.


      • McZOG
        September 25, 2016

        Most white Americans are some mix of Anglo/German/Irish/French/Scandi/whatever so the term “white” has become an ethnic designator.

        You forgot to list Jews and all Mediterranean Europeans. In particular, Jews have always been classified as “white” in the United States and in all European diaspora societies.


  6. Sam J.
    September 21, 2016

    What does ))(( mean? Yes I looked it up and I think it’s the first time I ever got zero links. So I’m guessing it means…nothing?


  7. Sam J.
    September 24, 2016

    OK I finally watched this stupid video. It must be the most Jewish thing I’ve ever seen in my life. Poop, interracial sex and pedophilia all in one demented clip.


    • Hipster Racist
      September 24, 2016

      Welcome to the internet, where you never know the sex, race, or age of anyone.


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