Why the cops up north won't let the statues be torn down

Posted On: Thursday - September 21st 2017 11:06AM MST
In Topics: 
  Humor  cntrl-left  Anarcho-tyranny

Why haven't they torn down General Lee up north?

Is it anarcho-tyranny (more here) again, with the South getting the bad end of it? Is it that the north won the War of Northern Aggression? Is it that the cntrl-left only wants to destroy Southern heritage? Peak Stupidity had been led to understand that it is all White heritage and culture that must be destroyed, per cntrl-left manifestos and stuff.

In a totally mentally-internal scoop here, Peak Stupidity has another theory. There are plenty of statues and monuments of American heritage up north. In fact, taking Boston for example, there are monuments to the start of our Revolution against the King of Great Britain, others about the battles fought there, and of course myriads of monuments to the founders of our country. But, see, these people of the cntrl-left don't like our country as it is and don't like to hear us to hear about any of them. So, what gives, man?

There is one reason that the law up there will not let these cultural items be pulled out of the ground, and I have not read this ANYWHERE else on the web, so you read it here first:

For almost any given monument pulled out of the soil in the north, there will be a dead body, possibly Jimmy Hoffa, buried underneath! Were this to be discovered, it would cause the already overworked cops to be just loaded down with paperwork to the point of being basically out-of-commission (what with the parking tickets, inspections to make sure all car horns are working loudly and properly, and the sales at Dunkin Donuts). They just can't go digging willy-nilly up there.

Go anywhere, Giants Stadium, the local Dunkin Donuts, the Ballet, or the Opera, you just don't want to think about who may be buried under the foundation. This is really the best explanation Peak Stupidity has come up regarding this matter.

To add further to the stupidity here, we must refer to our friends written about last week, the notorious "Mythbusters"

Man, not deez fuckin' guys ...

Yep, it seem doze fuckin guys did a show involving a search for the body of the late Jimmy Hoffa, union/mafia guy, who has been missing for quite a while.

Nope, nothing here but a box of old Ramones tickets. BUSTED!

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Does Donald Trump still read Ann Coulter?

Posted On: Wednesday - September 20th 2017 7:59PM MST
In Topics: 
  Trump  Pundits

Ann Coulter says: "They Don’t Call It “The Great Tweet Of China”

In her latest column with advice for President Trump, Ann Coulter nails it as usual. She even shows that she has shed the last vestiges of her neocon roots (first post on Peak Stupidity about her appears here), per:
We hoped we wouldn’t have to spell it out. We thought Trump understood that this was an emergency. We believed he was capable of getting the job done.

If he did understand, then 243 days ago, he would have sent the Navy Seabees and Army Corps of Engineers to start building the wall.

For most of the nation’s history, the primary job of the military—of which President Trump is the commander in chief—was building walls and fortresses on our borders. That’s why we have an Army Corps of Engineers. It may not seem like it from recent history, but the job of our military is to protect America’s borders—not Ukraine’s borders, not Jordan’s borders.
As we wrote in that old post linked above, it was said that Mr. Trump had read Ann Coulter's 2015 book "Adios America", and that's what started this ball rolling, and looking the other way, Miss Coulter had to have gotten lots of material for the gist of the book off of VDare.com. I wish that Miss Coulter really had Pres. Trump's ear, but something tells me that it's "Javanka", the Neoncon advisers and employees that HE PICKED, and the Deep State that have his ears, and other parts too, most likely.

Ann Coulter's column ends with
If Trump doesn’t get that wall built, and fast, his base will be done with him and feed him to Robert Mueller.
This brings up a good point though. Mr. Trump has had political views, mostly conservative, for a few decades now (see, like, youtube). I still believe that he decided to run for this office to do good for this country, though of course it was for his already-big ego too. I don't believe he is in this thing to just stay in power as his goal, like the Bushes, Clintons, Hussein Øb☭ma, and most of them going back to before WWII, I'd guess. This means that any threat of "get this done or you can kiss 2020 goodbye..." doesn't mean much to the man. There's nothing wrong with that. It's just that the guy has been a pretty royal screw-up so far. Miss Coulter's idea of threatening him with some sort of bogus prosecution is facetious, I'd guess, but otherwise there is no plan at all.

Again, I'd better end with - It could have been much, much worse!

Also, kudos to Ann for ragging on the tweeting, though, come to think of it, she's probably done her share of that. Peak Stupidity is still back in the world of telegrams (see bolded paragraph), via some sort of mix up.

I'd meant to write on China and then China vs. Russia (re exiting from Communism), but just was not in the mood for that tonight - more on that stuff coming.

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Russians and Chinese and Bears, oh my! (and Pandas) Pt. 2

Posted On: Monday - September 18th 2017 7:10PM MST
In Topics: 
  Commies  The Russians  History

Part 1 of this post about the Russians (the Bear) and the Chinese (the Panda) was about the fabricated worries about these great nations of the world vs. Peak Stupidity's small concerns (somewhat facetious). There are real concerns about China, in particular, but those worries are mostly misplaced from where they should be, as worries about the major problems with the US economy.

In this follow-up are some thoughts about these 2 countries relating to their both having come through decades of rule by Communists. It should serve as a warning to the horrors of this sick ideology, as even after it's over, the recovery may not really take. Now, having written much of it (cool, it's like a time machine for the reader!) it looks like this one will be just about Russia, and Part 3 will be on China).

OK, about the Russians first, again. Peak Stupidity is not a history site, so the entire 70 year reign of the Commies in the USSR can't be related. Let's just summarize a bit here: This terrible period started when the Bolsheviks took over the country during hard times, oppressive rulership of the latest Czars, and World War I going on. A great epic movie about this period was is Nicholas and Alexandra about that last Czar and his family (a hell of a movie if you like history). (A great book about the former aristocrats and the hell they received is "Former People".). Life in the USSR may have had its ups-and-downs on a large scale, but compared to any western society it was ALL down. Between collective agriculture attempts, starvation - some forced and other natural (Herbert Hoover, in the early 1920's, before becoming US president, was part of a program to ship food to starving Russians, way before the forced Ukraine starvation), complete lack of freedom of speech, and a basic all around police state, the place was so entirely opposite from America of those times that the Free World and the Communist World (hence, the rest being termed the 3rd World) were like different planets with different atmospheres.

The Soviets

The end of the Communist era in the USSR was in the late 1980's. Now, many people maintain that the system was collapsing economically. That is partially the cause, but that collapse was helped on by the struggle to keep up with the US militarily, and Ronnie Reagan's (bluffing for the most part) Star Wars anti-ballistic-missile threat was the straw that broke the Bear's back. However, it was just the outside influence in general, the wealth and the fact that people inside the USSR knew more about how sick their system was, that put their system down finally. One could also say that the great leaders of the West, President Reagan, Konrad Adenauer of W. Germany, Pope John Paul from Poland, and others, along with millions of US/NATO soldiers, sailers and airmen, and millions of mechanical and electrical engineers were the ones that ended the Cold War. Let's keep in mind that there was this huge outside influence against the oppressive inhuman system of Communism.

After the Berlin Wall between East and West Germany came down, a major move both in action and symbolism, and then the USSR broke up, a lot went on there that at least I, but most Americans didn't care too much about. This was during the whole 1990's and until recently, when we have been told we should care a lot. More about this shortly. It was such a heady time, one might call it, as this Cold War had been a big part of people's lives for a long time. Americans (who paid for most of the "war") expected a "peace dividend", which didn't really occur due to the Neocons basically, but also much worry about imminent nuclear World War III had been lifted. Additionally, people in the West hoped the Russians along with the former East Bloc and their economies would recover to the level of the West.

How did this economic recovery go, and how did the Russians break out of this 7 decade-long period of freedomless hell? As for the earlier part, the 1990's, this writer has learned a lot recently about American bankers, big business and parts of our government just raided, looted and ravished the country of assets, as it was a period free from government iron-control but with no good rule-of-law. I don't believe many Americans know anything about this period in Russia. We figured they'd get hip to the Western ways (good, but turning bad anyway, so maybe no great loss anyway).

The Russians

Russia still has the big resources, the metals, the coal, the oil and gas, timber and all that it used to have but couldn't exploit worth a damn under a Communist economic system. They can now, and maybe this new neocon-started Cold War (talk, for now) has something to do with the resources. The Russian people, however, don't seem to be just thriving from what you read. Sure, some of the older people would find it hard to cope, when things are not as stable (miserable, but stably miserable) as in the old days. However, one just hears about the young people as either becoming thugs, oligarchs or thug/oligarchs, not say, like Chinese small-business entrepreneurs.

Nobody takes the new Russians for fools, but people don't seem to trust them either. Between the on-line girls that come to marry horny Americans, only to bring the husband and kids over a few years later, and the scammers, spammers, spoofers, hackers, and just violent mafia types, they don't seem to be sending their best here, because maybe there's no best over there either. Is this just the culture or inherent genetic ways of these people coming out, that existed from before the whole Communist era, and beneath the surface during that time? The population, even with all that big land area to spread out in (not counting Siberia!) is not thriving, as far as I've read. Now, western countries in general have low fertility rates, but one expects the Russians to be a bit different, having NOT experienced the years of feminism, cntrl-left radicalism and just general stupidity that the West has. Yet, they are not making new Russians so fast, anchor-Ivans notwithstanding.

Religion was pretty much banned in Soviet Russia, or at least screwed with so much as to make sure people could not have confidence in it. That's to be expected, as Communism is a religion to it's actual believers, the Party people, and it does not want competition. Has the revival of the Orthodox Christian churches helped the Russians recover at all? I hope it does, but I don't know if the new Russians are a religious people or not, whether they go to church or not?

The question is, then, did 7 decades of Communism do such a number on the population of Russia, that even 30 years, and maybe forever, is not time enough for a recovery, or did it just cover up the defects that then reappeared again? OK, this post was not written to denigrate the Russian people, as Peak Stupidity feels they should be natural allies of Americans. Many people still do not have it straight (or pretend not to) that Russians ≠ Soviet comrades. It's just been a long struggle for people treated like garbage, as is just the way under Communism. In the next post of this series, I'd like to write about the Chinese recovery from their equally brutal, though shorter period under this sick scourge on mankind.

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Do you have to let it Linger?

Posted On: Saturday - September 16th 2017 6:11PM MST
In Topics: 
  Music  Trump

Now, let it be said that Peak Stupidity does not have a man-crush on President Donald Trump. In fact, we really don't want to be any part of any man-crush, and if it did involve the current President of the U.S. then we would hope any further action on this unrequited Pres-Luv would involve more of the rest of the staff, including Kelly-Ann and Javanka (especially that one half of Javanka with the nicer legs.)

However, any crush that we may have had would be dashed by this point, as he has been a major screw-up. People are giving up on the wild-ass hopes that Donald Trump is this genius playing 4-D chess. It seems as this point that it is more of a Special-Olympics sack race he's signed up for.

No matter what, we can still be grateful that we stopped the Hildabeast dead in her hoof-tracks. I wrote this to thank one commenter on unz.com under this article by the great writer John Derbyshire who related how much money and effort he had put into the Trump campaign, along with other help to politicians who claim to be on our side.
You really were a big part of that, man. Whatever happens to our country now, it still will happen more slowly, and without our being under the scolding tongue of that sick bitch. I am no George Clooney, with the means to just leave America like it’s a trip to 6 flags, but I would seriously think about leaving. That would be not so much due to the impending hell, as it will happen either way – it would more be due to my disgust at my countrymen for voting in someone like that.

(Yes, it WAS only a few votes, so it’s not like there were that many fewer countrymen voting for her than if she’d won, but it’s just the emotional sick feeling that I’d have had that Americans deserve the hell coming, but I sure don’t, and you too, I.D.)

I think we'll find a way to say what we currently feel about President Trump in about every post, but other than this simple TWEET here, it'll be just some good music tonight to finish the post:


What?? "That was not a tweet". (picture Bob Newhart on the phone.) You mean you ... not Western Union... oh, on a computer? 144 characters, you say? Oh, no money, OK, thanks Carol."

Man, if I had known I didn't need to go down to Safeway's Western Union kiosk to telegraph tweet someone, maybe I would have sent more of them. As it is, they charged me almost a quarter-cent per letter. I'd like to wring that wily telegraph man's neck the ... For 43 cents I coulda bought a round of sarsaparilla for the entire saloon!

Yeah, any man-crush tendencies are gone, but then I still have to read telegrams tweets from him. Donald, you had us wrapped around your finger, do you have to... do you have to let it linger....

The Cranberries from the 1993 off the album "Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We?". The great voice is that of Dolores O' Riordan, and she and Noel Hogan wrote the song.

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Russians and Chinese and Bears, oh my! (and Pandas) Pt. 1

Posted On: Saturday - September 16th 2017 1:25PM MST
In Topics: 
  Commies  The Russians  China  The Neocons  Deep State

As one can see from the title, I can already tell this will be 2 separate posts, which is a step in the right direction for Peak Stupidity (having a plan for the direction of future posts, that is). This post is about the small problems we at Peak Stupidity have with these two nations/ethnicities vs. what "America" (really the American Feral Government and its sack-hangers) has with it. The 2nd post will be more about the effect of Communism on both of these big lands and populations, and how the people have come through it differently.

"The Neocons" topic key is attached to this post, as they are a major factor in stirring up animosity, or at least worry, about these two major players in world history, especially regarding the Russians. Though China, of course, is more up and coming economically, or already there, you could say, Russia is still an important part of the world. It would behoove the "leaders" of this country to act responsibly with regards to these 2 powers, and part of that is for the statemen (haha, haven't seen a real one of those in a while) to use diplomacy while keeping American's interest in mind when dealing with them. That would be a nice change over rhetoric that may have been very appllicable during the Cold War / Chairman Mao eras for the Soviets and the Red Chinese respectively. (One could say without argument from Peak Stupidity that the Red Chinese were also on the other side of this Cold War - true, the hot wars did involve the Chinese, but OTOH, the political maneuvering, weapons races, subterfuge and what most think of the "Cold War" involved the USSR.) That same rhetoric is downright silly now, as we are not dealing with the same people or government on either side.

Please don't think this post (and #2) are here to badmouth everything "America" and tout the new Ruskies and new Chinese. There's good and bad, and in fact, due to having more personal knowledge of China than Russian, Peak Stupidity has either 2 or 3 articles coming on the good/bad of modern China.

Moscow in modern Russia

OK, then, Russia first. In my opinion, the Cold War rhetoric and the acual military "boxing-in" by NATO of the country of Russia has been going on for almost 3 decades after the demise of the USSR due to 2 reasons:

A) The Deep State per the original definition discussed here fears death, as do most people and about all organizations. They do not want to get off the gravy train of huge un-budgeted US government funds and fun times playing international man of mystery around the world. In addition to keeping this Cold War 2.0 thing going they are focusing their skills inward - another topic - see US Police State.

B) The Neocons are just a warmongering crowd that is still flush with power (oh, yeah, it'll fade when the money stops). Russia is as good a bogeyman as any, and for these guys, it's just a big game of Risk.

What are these people pretending to be worried about? Is Russia going to take over the world? Where's their empire? Will they raise the price of oil without our control and say-so? Does that last question even matter much? Most thinking Americans who are not part of this sham have no idea why this "Russian Bear" is any threat to us. This is not 1965 dammit (to cover it better, not 1945 to 1985).

Here's Peak Stupidity's problem with the Ruskies: Most of the spam comments and stupid hacking attempts that we've seen are from IP #'s that are attached to locations in Russia. Admittedly they could be spoofed IP #'s from people elsewhere, but why would they pick Russian IP's? Are these Russians so bored and devoid of good ideas that they feel they should spend the best years of their lives putting impossible-to-read viagra ads on Peak Stupidity? C'mon guys! Keep this crap up and I'll be a Juan McCain supporter! Bombs away, you hackers, figuratively speaking. (That was a joke about Senator McAmnesty - the reader should know how I feel about that scumbag by now.). OK, so the Russians can be annoying hackers, but that's not a reason to start a war.

Peking in modern China

This post is STILL getting long, but now on to China. Look at the background in that picture. (OK, NOT a good example, but just wanted to show some China-looking architecture). There are 20 cities or more that are the size of, or bigger than, New York City! Hell, it could be 50. 10 years back, 5 cities had modern subways, now it could be also 20 - just duckduckgo it - I don't like checking stuff every 2 minutes while writing - this is a descriptive post, coming from my head, not Wiki. Yes, as my next couple of posts on Chinese infrastructure will elaborate on, this country is growing massively economically. There is something to be afraid of, if you are an American entrenched in the Feral Gov't who is used to American ruling the waves, skies, and space, no doubt. There IS indeed a worry for regular Americans about how we will have decent jobs, hence lives, in this new limited-manufacturing economy of ours. When the reputation of the US economy and the US dollar along with it, go down the tubes, the Chinese will have the money to do what they want to WITHIN the US economically too. Maybe it'll just be buying up a few National parklands to mow down the trees, maybe it'll be as far as turning Americans into colonial indentured servant types - this all remains to be seen.

With that all said (got your blood pressure up high enough yet?), then why should this broke country, America, spend money defending the Spratley Freaking Islands, or Formosa (they're calling it Taiwan now, see, cause they rule the waves), or anywhere west of California? (yeah, screw Hawaii, other than Steve McGarrett and Danno, who cares about the place.). Enough, you can't be an empire when you're broke, I hate to break it to these people. The best way to defend ourselves from what's coming down economically is to become self-sufficient again. Could that possibly happen? The welfare state would have to be severely dismantled and the warfare state wouldl have to cease-and-desist. That is about as likely as the end of what my main beef with China is, in the next paragraph.

Peak Stupidity's main problem with China is still CHEAP CHINA-MADE CRAP!. See, I'm thinking locally not globally here. How can you fix small stuff that breaks within a year, but not 30 days, of purchase when there are hardly any small hardware stores around, and they don't have 1/2 the stuff you used to be able to get? They are shipping this crap over here to slow down our productivity, as documented right HERE, see as project QASFAM IV. There is no time left for new ideas and projects, when your shit keeps breaking! That is my problem with China, and I think the State Department should drop everything and take up this matter.

So, should the average American be worried or even scared of the Russian Bear and the Chinese man-eating Panda? Not in the ways that the elites tell us, we shouldn't. No. We'd better start taking care of our own business, to have a good chance against the Chinese economy, and as for the Russians, just don't buy viagra off the comments here, and hopefully they'll get the hint and get back to Math, Master Chessplaying, and Metallurgy. Or, at least, Bears, Beets, and Battlestar Galactica.

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Movie actor/hot wife end self-imposed exile to formerly-safe formerly-Great Britain

Posted On: Thursday - September 14th 2017 10:14AM MST
In Topics: 
  Immigration Stupidity  Lefty MegaStupidity  Movies  Trump

Famous movie actor and hot wife ending self-exile due to safety concerns for little newborn twins - forget why they moved to begin with, apparently, as no statement, so....

The guy is George Clooney and his wife is an international human rights lawyer who doesn't relate well with ISIS, but that's not important .. HOT, so this picture does not have the aspect ratio (width/height) of a normal presentation of graphics on this site, about 1.5:1 or so for site compactivity. This is because we just got done saying she is hot, so the bottom of the image just could not be cropped - wouldn't be purient prudent.

Per Breitbart yesterday, this movie-power-couple is apparently more scared of a Moslem terrorist organization that may have it in for them than the totalitarianism that should have already ensued in America due to Donald Trump becoming president here. Now, Peak Stupidity reckons we are pretty much AT totalitarianism, or the Police State, at least, President Trump notwithstanding. Additionally, we wish Mr. Trump would act a bit MORE like a tyrant than the mush-headed idiot he has become, and JUST! DO! WHAT! HE! CAN! OF! WHAT! HE! PROMISED! Last week brought Peak Stupidity's and many Americans' hopes up high, and things don't look so bright today (DACA in particular).

Back to Mr. Clooney and the (hot) wife, they will be having a kid have newborn twins (yeah, I don't keep up with People and The Enquirer - so sorry!), so things look mighty different to them vs. their rash move to escape the coming tyranny. Actually, were they honest with us, they would admit it was just to make a statement - moving costs to England are chump change to them. Per Breitbart:
Life & Style magazine reported last week that the 56-year-old Oscar-winner will move his newly-expanded family to his mansion in Studio City, California, after deeming his 17th century mansion in Sonning, England to be not sufficiently safe for them.

“As soon as Amal found out she was pregnant, he hired former Secret Service agents to assess all his properties and make recommendations for improvement,” an unnamed Clooney “insider” told the magazine. “His mansion in Studio City [Calif.] was deemed the most secure, and it’s within minutes of an LAPD station.”
Within minutes of the police station no less; yeah, why can't we all be that close - no, never mind, or be armed? Hmmm, can't do that so easily in Jolly Old Diversified Current England, can ya', old chap?
“He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,” the source told Life & Style. “He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure.”
It's not quite the same beautiful countryside you may have seen through the pot-smoke haze in the theater, oops, theatre, watching Led Zeppelin's "The Song Remains the Same" is it, govner?
The report comes as England has been rocked by terrorist attacks in recent months, including the terrorist bombing of a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in June that claimed the lives of 22 people, many of them young children.

In May, British government officials disclosed that 23,000 known jihadi terrorists are believed to be residing in Britain, far more than the 3,000 that had initially been reported.
Wait, but, but ... you left America because Donald Trump threatened to (but hasn't, the pussy) keep out a lot of Moslems. I thought that ... now you want to come back cause ... wait... let me take some medicine, my brain is hurting. This is the hypocrisy part that you get out these "artists" a whole lot more than ordinary people. They can reverse their words, "Hey, we weren't wrong - no, just watch me in my next movie, I'm suave and my wife is hot - that's all you need to know" "Don't crop the bottom of her picture."

I'm not a big reader of Breitbart just due to formatting and ads and crap, but they do this story justice:
The move for the Clooneys comes as both George and Amal have been among the most vocal and active celebrity advocates for open borders and the free flow of refugees between countries.


George has also been an outspoken critic of Trump, telling The Guardian in a March 2016 interview that he believes Trump to be a “xenophobic fascist” and an “opportunist.” He previously described Trump’s immigration policy proposals as “idiotic” and “intolerant.”

Clooney owns several homes throughout the world, including a massive estate in Lake Como, Italy. The actor has previously taken extensive security measures to keep his home in Italy private, and in 2015, local mayor Robert Pozzi reportedly imposed a $600 fine on anyone found trespassing near the actor’s property.
Oh, I wish I could do the sound Tony Soprano would make at this point - it must be an Italian thing, but you can't do it in text form. It's like "Oh ooh" while you slap your kid on the side of the face. Then, "You got a wall? Around your house? You got the nerve! I loved you in Oh Brother! like a brother! Now, you're dead to me, ya' hear dat? You do this, today, on the day of my 414th blog post? Imagine ya' Muddah! You're dead to me!"

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Men at Work, still...

Posted On: Wednesday - September 13th 2017 4:59PM MST
In Topics: 
  Music  Political Correctness  Feminism

How did these ones get missed by the PC Police? I saw one "Men at Work" sign just today, but was could not get a pic, hence the file photo above. Yeah, Peak Stupidity is well aware that men do 98% of the dangerous work, and and maybe 95% of the hard manual labor, at least in America. That does not usually stop the politically correct scolds that want to tell us we are all equal, and the signs (like above) are sexist.

It takes a lot of money and time to make an assload of new signs to replace these, and who will do the hard work at the plant to do it? Men.

It's sad that just seeing a sign like this makes part of my day, but that's what it's come to. Now, from a totally different time, and a place where women glowed and men plundered - no, no nothing to do with the 3-Mile Island nucular facility or it's problems a year earlier, we have Men at Work from a "Land Down Under" off of their debut album "Business as Usual", written by Colin Hay, and Ron Strykert.

Hey, Peak Stupidity readers know by now that lyrics don't matter much, but this is a good example. I DID try vegemite about 10 years after hearing this song, and, trust me, it is some nasty shit. If that black goo is the Streelin version of peanut butter, then I don't want to try their jelly substitute either. Again, don't listen to the lyrics, as Peak Stupidity learned the hard way!

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The Camp of the Saints

Posted On: Wednesday - September 13th 2017 10:47AM MST
In Topics: 
  Immigration Stupidity  Books

This and another book that'll I'll write about soon were meant to be the first 2 book reviews on Peak Stupidity. Now, keep in mind that this prophetic novel was written in the 1975(!) by Mr. Jean Raspail (yes, it's a man ... the French are like that - no addadictomy involved here) with a great translation by Norman Shapiro. Yes the translator IS important, as this is not an action novel, and the best part of this book is the descriptions of the thoughts and discussions of the French population on major turmoil coming via a million destitute .-Indians fixin' to land on the Riviera with more boatloads to come. Censorship, Inc. has not yet taken "Camp of the Saints" down from Amazon.com ... yet.

Anwyay, today, VDare featured this review by Mr. Chris Roberts that is good as anything Peak Stupidity would post. Here is the same review posted on unz.com where there is a place for comments. It seems like some excerpts from this review are in order, than a few comments on behalf of Peak Stupidity.
Instead of gaudily focusing on black thugs, Arab terrorists, or conniving Asians, The Camp of the Saints puts the white race in front of a mirror to ask, “Why do you bow to those who wish you harm and who promise you subjugation?” This question takes up most of the book because the Third World does not reach Europe until the very end. The story is mainly about what goes on in the minds of whites as the “armada” of aliens slowly approaches.

Mr. Raspail brilliantly depicts the weakness of the West’s elites. Even as millions of non-whites who share no language, culture, or religion with Europe approach, media and government alike welcome this coming dawn that will end the West’s present Dark Age.
Does this sound familiar at all to you? Globalist elites replacing the people? Borders that are purposefully not enforced letting blank million ... anyone? anyone? Twenty to twenty-five million illegals in. Corrupt churches taking taxpayers money to resettle .. anyone? Anyone? 10's of thousands of Somalians ... in Minney ... Anyone? Anyone? ... apolis.

Remember, the book was written 42 years back. It's incredibly prophetic! The reviewer goes on:
All the suicidal Western concepts are there: the idea that diversity is redemption, the guilt about wealth and comfort, pathological altruism—all with a curious veneer of ambivalence. What does it matter? We’ve had our day in the sun. To care about survival would be prejudice.

Yes, that seems to be the attitude of the majority. All that guilt will go away once the SHTF though, but kinda' late.
It is all too familiar, and a mark of incredible prescience that a novel written two generations ago in another country has a cast of characters immediately recognizable to any American in the current year. The Camp of the Saints even has good-hearted, normal white citizens suspicious of the coming changes, but paralyzed by dishonest media and the fear of social stigma.
Indeed! Now, the ideas mentioned in this next paragraph of the Mr. Roberts' review meshes with what Peak Stupidity has state multiple times but summed up here with regard to theories of long-term conspiracies.
The book’s strength is its unwillingness to settle for easy answers. There is no cabal of Jews or bankers behind our race’s suicide. The bias of the media is not concocted by a conspiracy. Christianity is not a disease of the mind, but a sociological reality. The villains are not all perverts or pedophiles; the heroes are not flawless and square jawed. The Camp of the Saints takes stock of the world as it is, and then thrusts a crisis upon it to see what would happen. The author has said that he didn’t know the story’s ending when he started.

OK, well, that is about 1/2 of the review so you may as well go read it if you've come this far.

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16 Years of Spreading Democracy - They still hate us for our freedoms(?)

Posted On: Monday - September 11th 2017 8:26PM MST
In Topics: 
  Immigration Stupidity  US Police State  History  US Feral Government

Peak Stupidity remembers 9/11/01 today. This is not in the sense of a commemoration, but just that, yes, we remember what happened, what people said then and what people in power have actually done since then. There is not much good to be said, beside things already written about the bravery of the men of the NY Fire Department. The United States had never had a direct attack of this magnitude within the country itself since Pearl Harbor, Hawaii at the end of 1941 (yes, it was just a territory then).

It was shocking, and the reactions by people of the media could not have been expected to be completely sane just a day later. Ann Coulter (whom has come around to be a true Libertarian-Conservative) wrote about us going over there to kick ass and convert them all. The neocons talked about our Moslem problem as an opportunity (though even back then the worry was the "backlash", as dying of smoke inhalation, burns, or a jump from 1000 ft. is bad, but having peoples' feeling hurt is another story entirely.).

Retaliation - American Style. Spreading Democracy... that'll learn 'em. Let's fight them over here, so we hopefully won't have to fight 'em at home when the next of kin immigrate there ...??

There are still arguments over what really happened, and I WILL NOT get into that. Suffice it to say that indeed the US Feral Government seemed really ready with a plan to do something, mostly to really get moving on a more solid police state, very quickly. Does that kind of jumping-to-action happen a lot in big governments? I don't seem to recall anything ...

We all know that only very specific minor solutions as reactions to the attacks were accomplished, while the basic problems were maintained or made worse. Cockpit doors on airliners are hard to bust through now. Check. The amount of Moslems entering the US to stay, and even from Saudi Arabia, where the culprits came from, have increased drastically. VDare has all of this, and here is information on number of Saudi students. This box in not checked. Immigration under control now? That box is not checked.

Let me get to the point of the post title. Well, you'd have thought, after the initial anger and other emotions wore off, people in power in the US Feral Gov't could really look at what the big problems were: Uncontrolled immigration, military meddling in places that were not any part of Defense of the country, and one more to come last here. However, the big idea of the neocons, President Bush included there, were already hatched, I guess, and the deal was we would spread democracy, and give that part of the world a taste of our "freedoms", so they'd never go back to their camel-jockeying, women-oppressing, ayatollah-following ways. Just try it in any country first, say, what the hell, Iraq.

Next, on the domestic front, the "Patriot" act, something that America's founders wouldn't have used for toilet paper due to biohazard, was passed, again rather quickly for a big government. It was part of the blueprint for the police state in progress. About the freedoms to be foisted on the poor bastards in the Middle East Moslem world, is freedom like a pile of gravel? Do we reduce our pile of freedom when we move it with the front-end loader all over the world. It sure as hell seems like it here, as there ain't much left!

Spreading the flying perp's legs freedom at the airports. America, fuck yeah!

Yeah, many think that, oh it's just the airports. "I will boycott that whole industry before I take part in the massively undignified and unconstitutional stuff that goes on.", you may adamantly tell me. I hate to break it to you, but it will come in some form to other travel modes and other areas of everyday life. They can't just have a partial police state - it's one of those all-or-nothing things.

This part about the airports, though takes me to the last, but important, point of non-solution to the problem we had on 9/11/01. Another box unchecked is any fix to the tragedy of having unarmed people on all 4 of those airliners that day. The picture above shows it vividly. People are still, 16 years later, being DISARMED at the airports. No lesson has been learned. The next paragraph is something I've been wanting to write for a long time.

Wouldn't this country, and the whole world possibly, be so much different now, if the following simple thing happened 16 years ago today: What if the airport-based security guys at that time were NOT disarming passengers? What if only 2-3 passengers on each of those airliners had been armed (very likely were they living per US Constitution Amendment II)? Can you imagine how proud Americans would have felt and still would, had the planes been defended through quick dispatch of the RWB's (Ragheads With Boxcutters)? Not only that, but the rest of the world would be mostly envious, some angry, that this was a country that could not be messed with as there was still "a rifle behind every blade of grass".

The Middle East was invaded willy-nilly and the US population was coerced into becoming a police state, all because of 19 guys with boxcutters? Is that what I'm telling you? PATHETIC!

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Is Global Climate DisruptionTM Real? Is the Pope Catholic?

Posted On: Monday - September 11th 2017 2:52PM MST
In Topics: 
  Commies  Lefty MegaStupidity  Global Climate Stupidity

Oh, bottom line you? Sure: Not hardly, and there's no freakin' tellin' anymore.

Who has 2 thumbs (up his ass) and thinks he's omniscient? This guy!.....V

(taken from NEAR Venezuela (Cartagena, Colombia), but not IN Venezuela, as Venezuela is in a "grave crisis" so needs a prayer service - no talk about rounding up, shooting, and pushing the Commies into a ditch yet - wonder why? Possibly, the PAPAL PLANE did some chandelles and crazy eights OVER Venezuala to, you know, pray a bit closer by.)

Is the Pope Catholic? See, now you used to hear that expression a lot. "Hey, do you think I should park the car somewhere right away, since my oil pressure light is on?" "Is the Pope Catholic?" That meant, "of course, yes." How should we phrase it now? "Do you think we're going to get wet here in Tampa, Florida today?" "C'mon, is the Pope a Latin American Commie?" "Yeah, I'd better go ahead and cancel the BBQ."

The Associated Press relates the latest spew outta' the guy they still haven't demoted back down to lay bishop 1st class. Peak Stupidity has opined on the fool before back here and here.

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) -- Pope Francis has sharply criticized climate change doubters, saying history will judge those who failed to take the necessary decisions to curb heat-trapping emissions blamed for the warming of the Earth.

Francis was asked about climate change and the spate of hurricanes that have pummeled the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean recently as his charter plane left Colombia on Sunday and flew over some of the devastated areas.

"Those who deny this must go to the scientists and ask them. They speak very clearly," he said, referring to experts who blame global warming on man-made activities.
OK, let's start at the beginning - If you believe this Global Climate DisruptionTM nonsense, why ARE you traveling around the world in the PAPEL PLANE, vs using electronic methods to communicate with your flock of sheep ? Ask a scientist how to do this, any of 'em. They speak very clearly, precisely one might say, but precise does not mean accurate. We've been through this here on Peak Stupidity in a whole series on GCD, especially the climate modeling aspect under - see the topic-key linked to above, and even facetiously on our "About" page.

I think this guy is not only a Commie fool but pretty far off the Catholic religion when he talks about who "history will judge". Who knows what history will say, as it is written by the winners, whether they were righteous or not. For his flock, he should be worried about who will be judged by God, especially for not seeking the truth (the "Word")

For those who have denied climate change, or delayed actions to counter it, he responded with an Old Testament saying: "Man is stupid."

"When you don't want to see, you don't see," he said.
Now, the question in my mind, seeing as we nothing if not generous here at Peak Stupidity, is did Commie Francis say this nonsense before or after he busted his face on a part of the (Eco-, I hope) PopeMobile? Yes, man is stupid, and men with head injuries are stupider still. I really can't find that "Man is Stupid" quote in the Old Testament, but then I have the King James version, not the Revised Premier Lenin Eco-version, with the forward by Salvador Allende.

I can quote another passage that quotes Jesus in the New Testament, that goes like "Thou hypocrite, first cast out the piece of PopeMobile fiberglass beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the unfinished climate modeling paper mote out of thy brother's eye.”

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The "Concept" album - what a concept!

Posted On: Saturday - September 9th 2017 7:34PM MST
In Topics: 
  Music  Movies

In answer to a question by a commenter, I brought up the old idea of the concept album from back in the heyday of good rock and pop music. Both words of this term are kind of ancient, as not so much music nowadays is bought in the form of albums, or bought PERIOD, if my habits are not uncommon. The first word, "concept" applied to albums in which all or most of the songs together told a story, or at least fit together well (in terms of lyrics).

Hey, this post is going to sound like some parts in the John Cussack movie "High Fidelity", I guess. If you've seen it, you know what I mean, and if not, go download it now or take it out from the library. Now, you can finish reading this at your leisure, as "High Fidelity" is a cool movie. I forgot to mention that Jack Black is in it, and that alone makes it good.

Yeah, so top 3 best Concept Albums of all time:

(Only one of the 3 is embedded for reasons explained.)

# 1) Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) – Time: It’s about a man who (possibly in just a dream) gets transported into the future.

The funny thing is, the only hit song on the album is one that is not part of the theme (“Hold on Tight (to your Dreams)“). I’d like to read otherwise, but right now, this is the best concept album of ALL TIME. Jeff Lynne was like some kind of musical genius.

I don't want to repeat music here, so, as TIME was featured here on Peak Stupidity before, I'll also just give the youtube link.

#2) The Moody Blues – Days of Future Passed: It is about the different stages of life. The hit song on it was “Tuesday Afternoon“.

These guys made rock in combination with classical orchestras. Nobody I’ve heard of today has 1/4 of this much creativity.

(That youtube clip was ripped from a cassette tape, haha, but it sounded OK at a first listen, and that’s better than damn commercials BETWEEN songs - more on this for #3)

#3) Eagles – Desperado: This one has a theme about outlaws and the West.

Most people know the title song and “Tequila Sunrise“, but the whole thing is great – Bernie Leadon has a short banjo instrumental, and all but Bernie (I think) sing lead vocals on various tracks. It was the best album by The Eagles, period.

Here is a link to a series of youtube videos that make this whole album, but with this WARNING that because this one is separate clips in a compilation, even though the songs will play in sequence, you will usually hear commercials at some point between songs, which pretty much RUINS your listening with a concept album. The Eagles have some kind of problem with some of their stuff being up there – I tried to find ANY version of the song “On the Border” for this post from that album with no luck.

Oh, right, usually one does these kind of top-x lists in reverse order, for suspense, just like John Cussack in the movie, Kasey Kasem of "America's Top 40" (if you know who he is, you shouldn't need this post to educate you.), and about every other person. Please remember though, that we are near Peak Stupidity. Good night readers.

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Too many Anchor-Ruskies according to the Lyin' Press

Posted On: Friday - September 8th 2017 7:55AM MST
In Topics: 
  Immigration Stupidity  The Russians  Pundits  Media Stupidity

On Peak Stupidity today: Soviet infiltrator or cute Russian boy? We report and decide.
You read and STFU. ;-}

(Now, see this is what we've talking about - more baby pics for the women readers, that demographic has been a weak spot for us - PS Marketing Department)

Steve Sailer posts on unz his take on from his reading (he reads A LOT!) of this "Daily Beast" article on Russian anchor-babies. I glanced at the article too and see why Sailer has commented. This is a good of the Lyin' Press in action or really inaction, as it is an example of lying by omission.

One paragraph of history first. The 14th Amendment of the US Constitution was passed just after the War of Northern Aggression, and signed only under duress by the Southern states during the occupation called "the Reconstruction". Whatever you think about that last part, the idea of it was to give the freed black slaves the right to vote or participate in politics by making sure it was clear they were US citizens, along with other sections that expanded the jurisdiction of the Feral Government The Amendment was adopted in 1968. The 1st sentence of Section 1 is the only thing involved here in the "anchor-baby" issue, the idea that anyone born in the United States is automatically a citizen:
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.
Clear enough. No, read it carefully. The "and subject to the jurisdiction thereof" is the part that is conveniently left out by those who believe the "automatically a citizen" part. Are non-English-speaking Chinese ladies who give birth at a Gay Bay Area hospital subject to the jurisdiction thereof? Of our US Feral Government, are they? What do their passports say about it?

How about Mexican senoras who have just crossed over from Nogales, having already broken the law? If they are not in custody for that crime, I guess they're not. Peak Stupidity has no lawyers that can answer this (or any other) serious question, but Miss Ann Coulter gave a pretty damn good argument that we could not fully follow, and she IS some kind of lawyer (the odd kind, really - the ones trying to give the other 99% a good name).

Alrighty, back to the Lyin' Press - affiliated Daily Beast and their article all worried about a few hundred "Baby Ivans" that have been born lately on Trump property. Ha, kind of ironic I guess, too. They are AGAINST IT! OK, I'm glad these guys have been reading some Ann Coulter or something from a constitutional lawyer not named Øb☭ma. However, here comes the lying by omission as Sailer points out. By a well-known process improved by Peak Stupidity, Inc, called rectal extraction, we reckon that Chinese anchor babies born are at least 3 orders of magnitude (1000 times) more common than these Russians. Most of the Chinese are purposeful events too, as they are just very savvy folk. On the other hand, some of the Latin American anchor-babies may not be planned, and some are, but either way, those numbers are probably another 1/2 order of magnitude higher. Again, rectal-extraction-level numbers here, but this is no small amount in total. These Russian little ones are a drop in the bucket.

Why is this latest drop-in-the-bucket number from the Russians such a big deal? Does every part of the Lyin' Press stick to the narrative of "Russians are Bad, mmmkaay"? This is not 1975. They know that, I think. I believe that the LP has got a bug up their collective ass ONLY from the Russian babies because they just don't like white people to come here.

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Sport Utitlity Drivers - GET OFF ROAD ...

Posted On: Friday - September 8th 2017 6:52AM MST
In Topics: 
  Cars  Curmudgeonry

... I mean "GET OFF OF THE ROAD!", or at least, how about "OUT OF MY WAY - IT'S JUST A SMALL SPEEDBUMP, YA PUSSY!" Come on people, I've seen the commercials that got you to buy this land battleship. They show you tearin' ass up the desert hills, wheels treating the 6" rocks like it's pea gravel, making hard turns, spraying dust all over place, with your mountain bikes on top ready to take out and hit the trail act like you're in shape to try to pick up some treehugger chicks.

4-wheel drive, 9 inch ground clearance, 420 max Hp, 460 ft-lb torque at 4,000 rpm ...

yet, you slow down to 2 mph over a 4" high speedbump that my 2-door, 20 year-old Ford sedan handles at 15 mph. Git outta my way!

Really, you've spent the extra 5 - 10 large (OK, medium, nowadays) on that big drivetrain and lots more to have that 7,000 lb. massive machine in general, but it's never been off the road, and you are scared of the speedbumps? Are you the same people who would take your VW microbuses up Pike's Peak, follow The Dead around the country, selling beads and hallucinogens for gas money, living off the somebody's land, climbing up and jumping off 1000' tall radio antennas with one shot at a good chute opening?

Now, baby boomers, you've got the money, or what's left of it, to purchase the big toys, travel all over the land, now that the kids are gone. Yet you're staying on the road going slow as molasses. What happened to you people? Did you get old? Sure, but I thought your generation is different due to Centrum Silver or something.

Please, next time you wake up in the morning, take a few extra Centrum Silvers (or something a big stronger - if you've still got em in the freezer), so you can get outta the way of my 110 Hp beater.

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Texas Flood - You're on your own! and "That's a Cold Shot!"

Posted On: Thursday - September 7th 2017 6:51PM MST
In Topics: 
  Music  Americans  Liberty/Libertarianism

Peak Stupidity may start taking pride in being absolutely untimely in any of our "current events" articles. We may as well, because it seems like articles on current topics seem to get put behind just the general "look at this stupid shit" or "this is how stupid this is" articles. Per Joseph Heller's "Catch 22", perhaps the best thing to do is to take pride in being untimely. Even people who don't watch an hour of TV per week have heard about the flooding in SE Texas from Hurricane Harvey. This was meant to be written about 1 week back. Whatever...

Texas Flood

This post is in no way a disparaging post about Texans, Houstonians in particular, I guess, or anything about this latest natural disaster. It's just a libertarian/federalism thing, I guess, but one time in my life (without using a time machine to go back oh, 6 decades) I'd like to hear the US President, or hell, any Feral government official say "Good luck down there, but it's not our business. We are neither your Daddy or your Mama, so take care of your own problems. We wish you the best."

Hey, this sounds as harsh as something out of an other unreadable Ayn Rand novel, but being a nanny to the US public is not permitted per Bill of Rights Amendment X, plain and simple. Now, I'd sure preface my remarks with some words of sympathy, of course. We can all feel for the good people of Texas, and even more so with another big storm barreling up past Cuba right now. It's just that the American people have drifted so far away from their roots of independence, self-reliance and all that, so maybe it's time for some tough love, even if it's a pretty "Cold Shot":

That's Stevie Ray Vaughan and his band Double Trouble playing "Cold Shot" from the album "Texas Flood" released in 1983. It's an old blues song.

UPDATE: Ron Paul just chimed in on this. (Well, I just saw it on Unz.com, anyway.)

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It's all Search Engine Optimization nowadays! So, Baizuo, Baizou, Baiszou!

Posted On: Wednesday - September 6th 2017 6:16PM MST
In Topics: 
  Websites  Political Correctness  China  cntrl-left

In John Derbyshire's column today on unz.com, he introduced (to Peak Stupidity, anyway) the Chinese term "baizou". Derbyshire links to one Chenchen Zhang, who wrote a comprehensive definition in this article that would definitely include himself in that category. OK, that was all recursive and shit, huh? ;-} Keep in mind that is very hard to translate things word for word between most languages, and worse from Chinese-English, but the term has been applied to the cntrl-left, antifa, PC types of Americans.

It is not a term of endearment, I can tell you. We call these people the "cntrl-left" in general, here at the Peak Stupidity central offices, but Mr. Chenchen's article relates to us that baizou is more derisive than that:
Although the emphasis varies, baizuo is used generally to describe those who “only care about topics such as immigration, minorities, LGBT and the environment” and “have no sense of real problems in the real world”; they are hypocritical humanitarians who advocate for peace and equality only to “satisfy their own feeling of moral superiority”; they are “obsessed with political correctness” to the extent that they “tolerate backwards Islamic values for the sake of multiculturalism”; they believe in the welfare state that “benefits only the idle and the free riders”; they are the “ignorant and arrogant westerners” who “pity the rest of the world and think they are saviours”.

Apart from some anti-hegemonic sentiments, the connotations of ‘white left’ in the Chinese context clearly resemble terms such as ‘regressive liberals’ or ‘libtards’ in the United States. In a way the demonization of the ‘white left’ in Chinese social media may also reflect the resurgence of right-wing populism globally.
Libtard! You gotta love the Chinese for appreciating that term. It has not been used enough here at Peak Stupidity, mostly because we have some sentimental attachment to the term "liberal" in the classical sense, as it used to mean what "libertarian" does now. That notwithstanding, both Libtard and now, Baizuo are hereby approved as terms of art for all purposes at Peak Stupdity. Our lawyers will get going on the paperwork first thing on the morrow.

BTW, I hated to link to Zhang's article, as the rest of it does indeed prove that he is not only a baizuo himself, as noted above, but more of a cntrl-left, libtard, PC Chinamanasshole. But, thanks for the definition, dude.

Here's our point in even putting this post up: Websites need readers, and some of these readers could be from China. It's all about the eyeballs, as we in the BIZ always say at our all-hands, free-pizza meetings. We don't care if we get round eyeballs, slanted eyeballs, hairy eyeballs, or four-eyed eyeballs, just click dammit! Come on guys! It's so simple, do you need a refresher course? It's all Search Engine Optimization nowadays!

P.S. Per, commenter Daniel,Chieh, "In Chinese, baizuo heavily hints of “idiot”(白痴) so the humor is reinforced."

and, when asked for a translation for "useful idiot", writes:

"Most typically: zǒugǒu (走狗) or “lapdog” to express someone who is a foolish toady or collaborator, who is used and later discarded. Literal translation is: “walking dog”, presumably obediently to others."

Thanks, Dan.

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