Aryan Skynet

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

Tag Archives: Blacks

Expropriation without Compensation: The Mining Connection

Boer advocacy organization AfriForum has recently publicized a document that appears to be a leaked list of the properties that the government of South Africa intends to expropriate from whites … Continue reading

August 15, 2018 · 17 Comments

The “Third Force” in the Discourse on South Africa’s Farm Murders

This has been a banner year for raising awareness about the continuing murders of Boer farmers in the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa – due in no small part to … Continue reading

August 8, 2018 · 21 Comments

White America Recognizes Itself in the Rhodesian Mirror

Concurrently with the ostensible threat from communist domino-toppling in Southeast Asia, American conservatives in the 1960s and 1970s found themselves preoccupied with developments in African countries undergoing decolonization. “For those … Continue reading

June 30, 2018 · 9 Comments

Review: Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck

“Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck is a book about the movie industry as a means of convincing and thereby controlling the American people. It is also a book exploring … Continue reading

June 3, 2018 · 14 Comments

Soros, the CIA, and Black Devils: The Truth About Tiananmen Square

In March of this year, Aryan Skynet spotlighted the race-based resentment engendered by the presence of African students in the Soviet Union. As an article published today at The Unz … Continue reading

May 30, 2018 · 10 Comments

At Least the Beer Is Pure

Readers might be surprised to learn that one of the few countries in the world where the Reinheitsgebot or Beer Purity Law of 1516 is still observed is Namibia, the … Continue reading

May 25, 2018 · 11 Comments

Carl the Cuck, Continued

Last week I looked into the background of Carl Jung’s disappointing 1957 book The Undiscovered Self and found it to be a little “spooky”. I assumed I had said all … Continue reading

May 19, 2018 · 158 Comments

“It’s Getting a Little Dark in Here”: Rap, Black Bodies, and the KC Star Echo Chamber

Last September, The Kansas City Star – or, as local naysayers would have it, The Kansas City Red Star – published a goofy racial grievance piece about how the city’s … Continue reading

May 14, 2018 · 26 Comments

Institutional Hipster Racism at the Starbucks

The full weight of America’s legacy of institutional hipster racism recently came crashing down on two innocent Black men who dindu nuffin. Philadelphia’s police commissioner on Saturday defended the arrest … Continue reading

April 15, 2018 · 33 Comments

What My Jury Duty Experience Tells Me About the Future of Justice in America

A person doesn’t have to do too much googling to come up with a bunch of outrage-dripping stories about how racist prosecutors are still suppressing democracy by unfairly dismissing the … Continue reading

March 30, 2018 · 44 Comments