Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Hugh Wyatt (Hieronymus Dross on Twitter) creates cartoon propaganda memes, maintains the website hughtoons.com, and recently recorded a DrossCast on the modern history of the occult in Britain. Here he speaks with Rainer Chlodwig von K. about his influences, views, and the future of European man.
RCvK: Merriam-Webster defines “dross” as, variously, “unwanted material that is removed from a mineral”; “something of low value or quality”; “the scum that forms on the surface of molten metal”; “waste or foreign matter”; or “something that is base, trivial, or inferior”. Is this how you see yourself?
HW: I believe you’re referencing my Twitter handle, Hieronymus Dross, but to answer your question directly, no, no. I chose it as a tribute of sorts to another web personality, one Common Filth, with a bit of a twist, as Hieronymus in Latin means “with a sacred name”. Also as a play on the name of the 15th century painter Hieronymus Bosch, who is the figure depicted in my Twitter avatar. It was also chosen as a nod to the concept of dualism.
RCvK: What is it that you hope to accomplish with the DrossCast?
HW: Well, I didn’t intend on making a second episode of the podcast, thus the “Episode X”, but after doing more research on the subject of the first one, I felt I should continue. For how long, I don’t know, but the main goal now is to demystify these various nefarious cults for what they are and to see how they fit in to the “bigger picture”.
RCvK: What can you tell us about your ancestry?
HW: Like most Americans, I’m a bit of a “mutt”, though I hate that term. On both sides I’m Irish. On my father’s side I’m English, German, and Scottish; On my mother’s side Dutch and French. There was actually a genealogy done on my father’s side in the 70s, and as it turns out they were partially involved with settling the rural part of the very town I live in.
RCvK: Have any particular graphic artists influenced your sense of design and humor?
HW: I try to draw inspiration from classic political cartoons as much as possible. I’m not impressed by most modern cartoonists. I like some of Latuff’s cartoons but I don’t agree with most of his politics, I’m sure. There’s also Nick Bougas (A. Wyatt Mann), who does good work even though it can get a bit vulgar.
RCvK: What prompted you to create your cartoon “North Korean Puppet Show”?
HW: Well there’s this story about Israel giving North Korea $400K worth in gold, defying the UN, not to mention the fact their flag bears the same tri-color as most western countries, the Juche Tower features similar freemasonic symbolism, the fact Kim Jong Un doesn’t seem at all like a capable leader of a supposed “nation of concern”. To me, he seems more like a boogeyman for Japan, which is sort of funny considering the Japanese royal family has Korean blood.
RCvK: Most baggable cartoon babe: Marge Simpson, Jessica Rabbit, or Janis Joplin as drawn by Crumb?
HW: Hahaha! I’m a sucker for redheads. I do not condone 2D waifus, though.
RCvK: Is Paul dead?
HW: The PQ. Tough one. I have seen side-by-side comparisons of young Paul and “Faul”, and have heard of the hidden symbolism on record covers. It honestly wouldn’t surprise me and is definitely more believable than Alex Jones being Bill Hicks or JFK being Jimmy Carter.
RCvK: Do “the Illuminati” exist?
HW: Let me climb into my Faraday cage to answer this one. Yes, they exist, Jay-Z is the Arch Magus, Queen Elizabeth is a lizard, Nazis came from Venus to Earth in the year 1561, and inside of the moon, Ed Harris is watching everything we do! Just kidding. Short answer, no, they don’t exist, not anymore at least. I found it kind of funny when researching the OTO (Ordo Templi Orientis) that the founder, Theodor Reuss, wanted to revive it with the help of one of the founders of the Golden Dawn. The modern use of the term “Illuminati” is diluted and reminds me of 2007 youtube videos set to Rob Dougan’s “Clubbed to Death”.
RCvK: Any funny anecdotes involving blacks that you care to share?
HW: None come to mind. I went to a very diverse city school as a kid and was very enriched by their presence, so much I had to change schools due to frequent physical altercations after the third grade.
RCvK: Do you feel safe in your neighborhood?
HW: I used to for a long time, but I’ve seen said diversity creep in. I’m also in a small town nestled between two large cities. Only a matter of time before it finds its way here. The heroin already has. I’ve lost several acquaintances to it.
RCvK: What alternative media figure most annoys you?
HW: Paul Joseph Watson, hands down. I can’t stand his shrill voice shouting at me in his youtube videos. Part of me wishes he was kidnapped and sold into slavery that time he visited Prague’s gay community.
RCvK: What was the last movie you saw and what did you think about it?
HW: the last movie I saw was Trick ‘r Treat on Halloween. I even tweeted a few clips from the beginning with commentary. I recall being entertained by it in the past, but after becoming more racially conscious I picked up on a few details I hadn’t before. Namely the woman who scoffs at European tradition, stating “It’s Halloween, not Hannukah” as she snuffs out the candle in a nearby Jack-o’-Lantern, and another being a character introduced as “Rhonda the Retard” by her rather mean-spirited schoolmates. One corrects the other and clarifies that she is an “idiot savant”, and another comments on the fact that she really likes Halloween, which prompts Rhonda to talk about Samhain, which she says included human sacrifices. I don’t know how true that is, the practice of human sacrifices seems something befitting either African or Aboriginal culture, not European. I will also note that the woman and the schoolmates are met with a gruesome fate.
RCvK: Joe Atwill has suggested that the international oligarchs, after having imported a quantity of foreigners into Europe, plan to engineer scarcity and economic hardship in order to convert the continent into a “gladiatorial pit”. Do you agree?
HW: I’m inclined to agree with that. We’re already seeing the beginning stages of it; manufactured events aside. Once that happens, there will be violence, as well as more calls for an even greater police-state among those who are too apathetic to do something about their corrupt leaders. What we see going on is a clash of civilizations, and after decades and decades of anti-white and pro-miscegenation propaganda, the Europeans have suffered a tremendous amount of psychological trauma, leaving them at a disadvantage, but that’s changing, thankfully. There seems to be an increase in those who are concerned about their race as a whole, I just hope they will see who the true enemy is in their midst, rather than lash out at the artificially constructed one.
RCvK: What futuristic film best captures what you imagine to be a likely projection of things to come?
HW: It’s hard to pick just one. If we’re to do nothing, a mix of The Running Man, in which we’re treated to the aforementioned “gladiatorial pit” as a kind of kitschy reality TV gameshow in which thought-criminals and other enemies-of-the-state are forced to battle with a cast of various butchers, Soylent Green, in which our nourishment comes from either humans, their waste, or bugs (the Bloomberg company loves promoting the eating of insects for some reason), ultimately leading to 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, Terminator, and Surrogates; the elites capable of immortality via some sort of consciousness-transferal process to artificial bodies; a cyborg slave-class replacing human workers eventually hunting the last of us down, all ruled by a super-advanced A.I. computer based somewhere in Tel Aviv.
RCvK: Civilization collapses tomorrow. Are you prepared?
HW: Physically, no. I’m not a prepper or anything. Mentally, kind of. Ever since I was a kid I’ve felt like something was “coming down”.
RCvK: Is the “population control” agenda publicized in so much of the alternative media a genuine phenomenon?
HW: Eh, sort of. It’s literally set in the Georgia Guidestones, but I feel the white race is the number one target. Once we’re gone, they’ll move on to the next one, which is why it’s crucial we make people aware of the score.
RCvK: Name the worst book you have ever read.
HW: The System of Dante’s Hell by LeRoi Jones. I expected a modern take on Dante’s Inferno. What I got were the scribblings of a barely literate black man. This was from high school, though. I’ve gotten much better at discerning what to read. Ha!
RCvK: Does Christianity hold any value for whites?
HW: I was raised in a secular home and I only got to experience the prole, commercial form of “Christian” holidays which were borrowed from European pagan traditions, so I’m probably not the best person to give a definite answer on this. I will say that in its modern form, Christianity is utterly toothless, too inclusive, and a tool for our enemies. I am not an atheist or subscriber to “scientism”. I believe man is “amphibious” and requires both the material and the spiritual to survive. I think it’s worth it to look back at what our ancestors practiced and find a modern synthesis.
RCvK: What were you doing on 9/11 and what do you remember about that day?
HW: I was in the middle of English “Language Arts” class in the sixth grade. I recall the non-stop news coverage and speculation. I think at the time I was more upset nothing else was on TV (we never had cable).
RCvK: Is 9/11 best understood as a financial crime or an elaborate magick ritual?
HW: There is way more evidence to support it being purely a financial crime. There were some esoteric aspects to it, but the talk of such usually just ends up with people thinking you’re crazy. It’s best to deal with what you can prove.
RCvK: Do you feel comfortable discussing the facts about 9/11 with friends and family, or do you consider this too risky?
HW: I have no problem speaking my mind in person about that. I don’t have many friends left, they never really understood me or anything I had to say. Sometimes it’s hard to convince family about anything of that nature. They usually have to hear it from someone else, then they’ll come back to you and say “Did you hear about this!?!?” It happened to me with my parents, now sometimes I worry my mother might say something about the Jews and get in hot water at her place of work.
RCvK: If you got to pursue Larry Silverstein in the climactic sequence of an action movie, what vehicle would you drive and what song would play during the chase?
HW: I’m picturing a scene in which I’m sent back in time from a war-torn, desolate future to prevent 9/11 from happening. I manage to come across a 1970 Dodge Challenger in black, and set off to hunt down Silverstein. When I make contact I find that the ZOG A.I. hive-brain has sent back a J-1000, a shapeshifting android composed of a mimetic polyalloy, whose body consists of liquid shekel. The chase would have to be set to “The Canal Chase” from Terminator 2.
RCvK: “Liquid shekel” cracked me up. Enjoy your weekend. The Aryan race thanks you for your time.