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Gearoid O Colmain’s Class Act

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Among political commentators identifying as men of the Left, Gearoid O Colmain is one of the few – James Petras and Michel Chossudovsky being two others who immediately come to mind – who can be relied upon to offer a sincere perspective which, if not exactly sympathetic to the identitarian viewpoint, at least takes into consideration the actual forces engaged in violently reconfiguring the globe. O Colmain is particularly noteworthy within his political cohort for his willingness to acknowledge the truth about false flag terrorist acts as well as the following economic realities:

One of the problems for the Left, generally – and that’s to say, kind of, where I come from ideologically – is that Marxists traditionally never supported immigration. I mean, if you read works of Marx and Engels, they understood that migration, or immigration, was a tool of the [upper] class to drive down wages and to create division among the workers. And one of the reasons why the United States doesn’t have a militant labor party is because of immigration. Any time workers in the United States organized and got into unions and started making demands and started becoming conscious of their class interests, they liberalized migration law, got lots of immigrants in to take their jobs. And the result of that in the United States is that […] a lot of people who would have been working good jobs in the past are now basically languishing in prison, and you have a constant influx of Mexican labor. And there’s no unions. There’s no organization. There’s no party representing workers [in the] United States. So cultural homogeneity is important for labor organization. Where people speak the same language and have a sort of similar sense of, you know, themselves. […] So, when you get all these different cultures coming into Europe, you know, all desperately seeking work, it’s a recipe for smashing all the social gains of the last century, and that’s essentially what this is – what they’re intending to do with the forced engineered migration happening now.

O Colmain’s commendable realism here stands in contrast to his more recent statements about the growing identitarian movement. “Open borders and mass immigration are a key agenda of globalization,” he continues to concede. “We have shown that globalization is being driven by liberal leftism. The most powerful institutions of the ‘Youth Industry’, ‘Colour Revolutions’, and ‘world-without-borders’ ideology are overwhelmingly Jewish-led,” he also emphasizes; but when it comes to identitarianism, his reason seems to abandon him. “The White nationalist and violent ‘leftist’ hoodie-utionaries ultimately serve the same class interests,” O Colmain contends, embedding into his article a video of last month’s physical assault on NPI’s Richard Spencer. “Workers should not be influenced by the reactionary ideology of either,” he challenges. His reasoning for this is that identitarians and leftist street hooligans “are, in many respects, two sides of a Surkovian psyops ruthlessly conceived to maintain class domination” – “Surkovian” being a reference to Putin’s Bannon, master propagandist Vladislav Surkov.

Is it white nationalism that serves the interests of the cosmopolitan globalist elite – or is it the stubborn insistence of O Colmain and his fellow Marxians on a politely and purely non-racial class analysis model that dismisses potentially the single greatest force for positively recalibrating relationships between labor and capital across the European diaspora? Many of today’s rising generation of ethnonationalists and identitarians may be recovering libertarians and fiscal conservatives – people who have an instinctive aversion for the vocabulary of the Left – but O Colmain would make a mistake to assume that these young men and women preoccupy themselves with race alone and to the exclusion of social considerations, workers’ welfare, and peaceful international relations more respectful of national sovereignties. Many of history’s most determined socialists, it should be noted – men like Allende, Gaddafi, and Chavez – were also committed nationalists. Identitarians, out of all groups, are the young people most likely to share and in future to articulate O Colmain’s view of Jewish power, opportunist “humanitarian” military interventions, and anti-national capitalist no-borders depravity. Considering what he has written about Israeli criminality and “overwhelmingly Jewish-led” faux-revolutions, he already bares his neck for the unimaginative “Nazi” charge with which the automata on his cherished Left will inevitably behead him. Why not address his views directly to the audience most prepared to give his ideas an honest hearing?

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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32 comments on “Gearoid O Colmain’s Class Act

  1. icareviews
    February 27, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. bob saffron
    February 28, 2017

    Chavez only supported his ethnic group, not the nation and certainly not white/ish Venenzuelans. The country’s in ruins, so I guess civic nationalist he wasn’t either.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_life_of_Hugo_Ch%C3%A1vez

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    • BMan
      February 28, 2017

      So, you don’t think that the jewish control structure had anything to do with Venezuela’s demise?

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 28, 2017

        Would Chavez’ policies worked even if there were no Jews? I followed the Chavez story pretty closely since the Bush coup against him. I was even somewhat sympathetic to the idea of them using the oil wealth to help the population – even though the upper classes in Venezuela tend to be whiter and the lower classes tend to be browner.

        But what I saw was typical brown socialism – browns basically confiscating white wealth, brown inability to manage the complex business and social institutions that whites built, and typical brown cronyism.

        If all whites (and Jews) left Venezuela and they still had the oil – how long until they just went back to Aztec/Mayan levels of civilization, considering many of the population never got away from that level in the first place?

        I could see Morales in Bolivia actually doing some good for his people with his proposed national cocaine exporting industry – I have no doubt that the brown Bolivians could run a cocaine growing and processing industry and make huge money from that.

        But petroleum engineering seems to be a White (and possibly Asian) thing, like most high tech engineering.

        I suspect racial resentment had a lot to do with Venezuelan nationalism’s downfall as well. I know there are African countries that gladly defer to well meaning French and other European managers, knowing that they couldn’t run the more complex stuff themselves – but the Mestizos are likely close enough to Whites to feel real competition.

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      • icareviews
        February 28, 2017

        I think there’s more nuance to the Bolivarian revolution than people on the “Left” and “Right” alike are willing to acknowledge. Are Venezuela’s woes just a matter of brown-people-are-stupid? No. As you indicate, there has been aggressive American deep state activity directed against Venezuela, the Venezuelan media and capitalist establishment was against Chavez, a regional drought did the economy no favors during the period when Republicans were pointing and laughing, and business interests were caught exacerbating food shortages to make the government look bad:

        http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Venezuela-Firm-with-Opposition-links-Hoarding-Millions-in-Goods-20150114-0053.html

        Is Chavez one of us? No. He was an anti-Zionist and an opponent of U.S. neo-colonialism, however, and deserves some credit for that.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 28, 2017

        If Chavez had kicked out foreigners, Americans and Zionists, that is one thing.

        But much of the revolution was directed against the indigenous whiter mestizo elites. You had armed brown commissars whose only talent was loyalty to Chavez driving around in German luxury cars, banging white women, and lording it over the whites/whiter mestizo elites – the oil engineers, the competent bureaucrats, the skilled.

        The whites/whiter mestizo indigenous elites started what amounted to a slow down strike – why work hard to see all your wealth and social status confiscated by brown commissars who don’t actually contribute anything other than muscle? That is when the “revolution” started going off the rails.

        Of course I’m sure the CIA exacerbated these tensions, but those tensions were preexisting and Chavez did himself no favors but painting any white opposition as whatever the Venezuelan equivalent of “capitalist roaders” is.

        20% of Venezuela is white and likely more are “whiter” – Bolivian whites are half that, if that and likely less “whiter.” So while in Bolivia it’s likely a true White Colonialist ruling class vs. the brown masses, in Venezuela plenty of those whites were just “middle class.”

        Of course the opposition would be “hoarding goods” – why would middle class “whiter” Venezuelans want to “share the wealth” with brown commissars who use that wealth to do what browns always do – become the Big Men and bed blonde women? That is what the Chavez revolution devolved into, which in many ways was expected.

        Even if Chavez had the best of intentions (and even if he did clearly his muscle did not) it’s simply the tragedy of any mixed race nation – people are just not equal.

        This is very different than leftist “land reform.” I can find no objection to breaking up large colonial plantations and redistributing it to the brown masses – after all, those brown masses are the ones actually doing the agricultural labor anyway. Those brown masses can run farms.

        But the browns were simply not doing petroleum engineering, and you can’t “redistribute” high tech industries to brown masses that have never developed such things in the first place.

        We see the same thing in the oil rich Arab world. The Arabs don’t do shit – the engineering is done by western countries, the labor is done by Africans and Indians, and the Arabs just take the money and drive around in fancy cars.

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      • Sam J.
        February 28, 2017

        “So, you don’t think that the jewish control structure had anything to do with Venezuela’s demise?”

        I wonder about this. I don’t feel quite right saying,”it’s just the Indians screwing things up” because I’m not so sure it’s true.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 28, 2017

        The Whites built the oil industry, not the Indios/Mestizos.

        The Browns took the oil industry away from the Whites, and consequently it got screwed up.

        Have we ever seen any indication that the Indios can either build a petroleum industry or run one?

        Jewish leftists in the US and Canada idolized Chavez and demonized the Venezuelan Whites.

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      • pedro alfonsinho
        February 28, 2017

        “Jewish leftists in the US and Canada idolized Chavez and demonized the Venezuelan Whites.”

        There is not something like a white Venezuelan “

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      • bob saffron
        February 28, 2017

        I’d recommend the Beyond the Wall podcast belows which features some real Venezuelans to get an idea of Chavez, and a Heimbach who not only has never been there, but doesn’t even speak Spanish.

        The country was very stratified along class/racial lines before his coming to power, and he did nothing to ameliorate those tensions (far worse now), using them merely to catapult himself into power where he set about transforming himself into a demi-god and destroying the country’s economy (read: white middle-class).

        Your punishment will be listening to old episodes of Aló Presidente. Get yourself comfortable, duration 5 hours odd.

        https://radio.therightstuff.biz/2017/02/02/beyond-the-wall-episode-9-interview-with-matt-heimbach-free-range-meth-is-healthy/#disqus_thread

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      • bob saffron
        February 28, 2017

        Chavez’ anti-Zionist rhetoric (because that’s all it amounted to) must be weighed against his legacy, exposing to country to massive Jewish predation. Jews have done extremely well out of the collapse.
        http://www.timesofisrael.com/venezuelas-anti-semitic-leader-admits-jewish-ancestry/

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      • bob saffron
        February 28, 2017

        Hoarding is purely a result of hyperinflation (central bank monetary policy). Weimar Republic is a classic. Workers would buy anything at all to avoid holding a rapidly eroding currency for anything longer than possible. Hold your money and lose everything, or buy 10 bedpans now to sell them next month and retain some purchasing power.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 28, 2017

        Hoarding is a result of deflation because the longer you keep your money the more valuable it is. Hyperinflation causes people to invest and eschew savings because their money won’t be worth anything in the future, so they may as well spend/invest it now.

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      • bob saffron
        March 1, 2017

        Maybe we’re talking across each other. “Hoarding” as ICARE intends refers to the empty-shelves-phenomenon which is invariably what happens with rampant money supply growth (ie. inflation). Prices go up across the board, the government enacts price ceilings and then the shelves empty (as production ceases to be profitable and is curtailed). Cash is quickly converted into tangible goods to avoid loss of purchasing power.

        “Hoarding” of cash occurs under deflation (contraction of money supply). Hoarding of goods is not characteristic of deflation.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 1, 2017

        But hoarding of consumer goods is meaningless in the economy, if anything it’s neutral.

        “Hoarding” as an economic issue means “hoarding” money. That’s how Keyenes used the term, and that is the term Austrians and monetariasts complain about.

        Keynes said that deflation causes “hoarding” of hard money which lowers investment. Austrians and monetariasts say that’s not a problem and complain that “hoarding” is just a propaganda term to make “savings” seem like a bad idea.

        I don’t have a particularly strong opinion either way, but Austrians and monetariasts only talk about inflation, never deflation. Their inability to confront the reality of deflation is why Keynes “won” and no one pays any attention to Austrians anymore (capital theory was already incorporated into mainstream economics, that’s really all Austrians had that was of value.)

        I liked Ron Paul because of his anti-war stance, and it’s good he made the Federal Reserve an issue. But Austrian monetary policy is somewhat ridiculous because they just hand wave deflation away and have no real answer to questions of monetary quantity.

        In fact, that is why monetarianism was invented (the University of Chicago people) to balance against Keynesianism because the Austrians just failed to make any headway due to their cult-like ideology about monetary quantity.

        It’s too bad – deflation makes perfect sense in a time of population decline, which is what whites are facing. But Austrians basically gave up even trying to deal with reality, instead choosing to retreat into a quasi-religious cult of “libertarianism” and “praexology. – basically Talmudizing economic ideology, which is hardly a surprise considering who many of them were.

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      • bob saffron
        March 2, 2017

        https://mises.org/library/deflation-and-liberty-1

        Austrians write plenty on deflation, which restores purchasing power to cash and is the inevitable reaction to inflation. The guy with cash under the mattress is – on balance – the little guy. The big debtors are corporates and, especially, governments.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 2, 2017

        The guy with cash under the mattress is – on balance – the little guy. The big debtors are corporates and, especially, governments.

        Back in the real world, debtors are the majority and creditors are the minority. On Earth, in the really existing history, gold (“cash under the mattress”) has been owned by a minority and most people have never had any.

        For some reason Austrians believe that the quantity of money should depend on the random distribution of a handful of metals in the earth and how fast you can dig them out of the ground.

        Keynes was correct that the system would work the same if you just buried bags of paper money in the ground and had people dig them up. When Spain took over Latin American that large amount of gold they brought back triggered massive inflation.

        https://infogalactic.com/info/Praxeology

        Praxeology is a false understanding of human nature which has been proven false by neuroscience, among other studies of actual human behavior based on observation instead of deduction based on first principles.

        “based on the notion that humans engage in purposeful behavior, as opposed to reflexive behavior”

        Of course people behave reflexively and in fact “purpose” and will power are reflexive themselves.

        https://infogalactic.com/info/Action_axiom

        We’re essentially dealing with a religious cult here.

        The libertarinish Curt Dolittle’s “Propertarianism” has already superseded Austrianism because it’s based on a biological understanding of human behavior as opposed to the quasi-religious understanding of human behavior proposed by von Mises.

        Austrianism is exactly what you would expect of a autistic Jew who was alienated from the larger society and wanted a justification for his alienation.

        It’s all kind of a moot point because gold is legal and it’s legal to trade gold. So Austrians have nothing to complain about, except that they are parasites that cannot build actual existing human societies themselves. Hence, their constant proposals to build utopias on artificial islands.

        Bender from Futurama perhaps expressed the impulse best:

        “Yeah well I’m gonna build my own theme park, with blackjack and hookers! In fact, forget the park!”

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      • bob saffron
        March 2, 2017

        Quite the contrary. In the real world, debtors are the minority – governments, by far the biggest – and are funded by the majority, the savers, ie. citizens.

        As regards the choice of money, Austrians aren’t dogmatic. But it is a historical fact, that left to their own devices, many societies have chosen to use precious metals, gold for higher-value purchases and silver for lower ones, as money. They are precious metals obviously because they are scarce, and the inflation that Spain experienced from the New World addition to money supply was absolutely risible compared to the inflation rates we have witnessed under the Federal Reserve System.

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      • bob saffron
        March 2, 2017

        “Praxeology rests on the fundamental axiom that individual human beings act, that is, on the primordial fact that individuals engage in conscious actions toward chosen goals. This concept of action contrasts to purely reflexive, or knee-jerk, behavior, which is not directed toward goals.”

        https://mises.org/library/praxeology-methodology-austrian-economics

        I don’t know where your quote comes from, but Austrian economics has nothing to say on reflexive action except to acknowledge it as real. Purposeful action is what praxeology concerns. When someone consciously does something we can be sure that ex ante this action was seen to be satisfying some want. Otherwise it wouldn’t have been done.

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      • bob saffron
        March 2, 2017

        Austrian economics starts with the goys, Carl Menger and Eugen Böhm von Bawerk, not with Jews, who do naturally figure prominently in the subsequent evolution of the science. As they do with all schools of thought in economics.

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      • bob saffron
        March 3, 2017

        Gold is legal as a good but not as money; legal tender laws apply. Even for foreign markets where there exists no de jure monopoly, we know what happens to leaders who start mouthing off about moving oil sales, for example, out of USD.

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  3. bob saffron
    February 28, 2017

    Apparently the actor was horrified by members of the public wanted selfies with der Führer and spontaneously confided views and problems to him.

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    • Sam J.
      March 1, 2017

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  4. Rudolf
    February 28, 2017

    Reblogged this on rudolfblog.

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  5. BMan
    February 28, 2017

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    (Now just who is PZ Myers?) https://twitter.com/pzmyers
    He is the badass Nazi punching slayer of the left who banned me from seeing his Twitter feed.
    Be very afraid of these real men.

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    • icareviews
      February 28, 2017

      Look out, BMan. Nothing demolishes my dreams for a totalitarian hate-ocracy like a feminist who isn’t afraid of a fight.

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  6. bob saffron
    February 28, 2017

    http://beauty-around.com/en/tops/item/14-most-beautiful-venesuela-actreses

    “They look pretty white to me.” ☺ Seriously, the place attracted many Spanish and Italian migrants. Back in the seventies it was the country of the future (bit like Brazil in that respect).

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 28, 2017

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      #17 makes me feel naughty for liking it. (it’s the lips)

      #11 Good breeding stock, looks wholesome

      #10 Naughty & Nice

      #8 Slutty in the good way

      #6 Classy arm candy

      #2 ********

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  7. bob saffron
    February 28, 2017

    This podcast on Cuba and its anti-white legacy explains how socialist regimes south of the border have played out for the different racial groups.
    https://radio.therightstuff.biz/2017/02/23/beyond-the-wall-episode-12-cuban-horror-stories-with-celia-nieves/

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  8. bob saffron
    February 28, 2017

    PDVSA used to be a comparatively well-run enterprise before Chavez.
    http://www.economist.com/node/21561934

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  9. bob saffron
    March 2, 2017

    Empty shelves are indicative of an underlying problem, ie. price controls enacted under inflation. Costs go up, selling prices are fixed by law, result, no more prodution. Consumers fear losing all value from paper money and convert to tangible goods. Then we have a barter situation, incredibly inefficient and impoverishing.

    Austrians refuse to mathematize a discipline – human behaviour – that is without constants. We’re all recovering ex-Keynesians.

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