Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Millions of people around the world have seen this image of the bust of Helios on a pink-and-black-checkered floor and a window with a view of a 1990s Manhattan sunset. It is the cover artwork for the 2011 Vektroid/Macintosh Plus vaporwave album Floral Shoppe – but what does it all mean, and what are the ramifications of the infinite recycling and imprinting of its symbolism on the minds of legions of internet-addicted basement dwellers?
The vaporwave genre is known to have been invented by a Brooklyn-based Russian Jew, Daniel Lopatin, operating under the alias Oneohtrix Point Never1. Brooklyn is also home to Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters – a coincidence? It also draws much of its inspiration from disposable commercial culture and the creative expressions of (((profit margin fetishization))).
The title of the most popular track from Floral Shoppe, translated into English, is “Lisa Frank 420 / Modern Computing” – a reference both to stonerism and psychedelic 1990s Trapper Keeper artist Lisa Frank – a Jew. Starting to connect the pixels? Vaporwave, in short, is psychoactive Jewish mind control merchant music that does not even attempt to disguise what it is.
What of the specific iconographic symbolism of the Floral Shoppe A E S T H E T I C? Establishing the de rigueur checkerboard floor motif for many vaporwave illustrations that followed, the tiles on Floral Shoppe’s cover imitate the “mosaic pavement” of the Masonic lodge, representing the floor of the Temple of Solomon2. Freemasons trace their Hebraic craft to the builders of temples in ancient Israel, and they continue in their service to the Israelis today through their propagation of Chabad Lubavitch’s vaporwave brainwashing internet music.
The disembodied and faceless head of Helios, meanwhile, harkens back to the metaphysical artworks of Giorgio de Chirico, who was married to Isabella Far – a Jew – and critics of the 1930s, not without reason, attacked Chirico’s metaphysical paintings as “Jewish”, “Bolshevik”, and “degenerate”3.
Macintosh Plus’s Floral Shoppe was released in 2011 – the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks – and the album cover’s image of the Twin Towers at sunset with the foregrounded mosaic pavement of Judeo-Masonic lore is a semiotic tip-off and smug acknowledgment of Chabad Lubavitch’s responsibility for the September 11th psyop. (See also: “The Connection Between Vaporwave and 9/11”)
All the proof you could ever want is contained in this video:
By the way, if you’re still reading and taking any of this stuff seriously … you might just be an April fool.
Rainer is the author of the blockbuster Alt-Right film book Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies.