Ann Coulter/Peak Stupidity Synergy

Posted On: Friday - March 18th 2022 6:45PM MST
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Or simple Chinese Humanities student style plagiarism?

Though she's no longer a big media darling, having told a whole bunch of truth about a whole lot of things over the last 10 years, Ann Coulter is still famous. She probably cannot afford to let it be known that she may be reading Peak Stupidity. psssst, Ann, if you are reading this, blink "peak stupidity" in Morse Code next time I see you on youtube. (Or you can leave a comment under the handle "Dan Coulter". Nobody will know, but our Enigma machine we got off ebay will catch it right away.)

Why do we think Ann Coulter may be reading this particular blog? Well, take a look at her latest column, Dem Nightmare—What If The War Ends Before November?. In that article, Miss Coulter has discussion on the benefits to the Bai Dien Administration of new cries for war, against, who is it this month, oh yeah, Russia. Yes, war helps out incumbents in elections. We don't have that part, but check out this:
The media are thrilled with the possibility of nuclear war with Russia. Catastrophes are terrific for ratings, and flood-the-zone coverage of a war between two faraway countries that has almost zero effect on the lives of most Americans allows journalists to act like deep-think, geopolitical strategists (after having quickly looked up “Ukraine” on Wikipedia).

They dragged out the COVID panic porn for two straight years. By now, the only people still interested in pandemic updates are hysterical liberal women in Manhattan claiming to have “long-haul COVID.”

The national pastime has segued seamlessly from watching TV anchors cry on TV about the coronavirus to watching TV anchors cry on TV about the fate of Ukrainian children.
Ann Coulter's column is dated March 16th, '22. If you remember our March 5th post Is the Russia/Ukraine War another piece of Infotainment?, Peak Stupidity had this to say:
I lean toward this being, yes, another piece of Infotainment.*** It's a big enough story to be in the news, but it seems to have taken up all media's time. Perhaps just the timing was right, and like the Kung Flu PanicFest started just over 2 years back, it's again about not letting a "crisis" go to waste. Is this a crisis for America? NO. Neither was the Kung Flu virus.
In our February 28th post, Peak Stupidity on the Ukraine we called the constant coverage of the Russia/Ukraine war a "distraction". In our case we see it as having been a distraction from that building resistance to the PanicFest, exemplified by those great Canadian truckers, and didn't get into all the Biden connections.

Hmmm, that's kind of fishy. You're not gonna tell me Ann Coulter and Peak Stupidity thought up this same idea independently?* Well, OK, I'm sure that's the case, along with the same from a lot of other people. Yeah, but I'd sure like to think Ann Coulter reads this site. Go over your Morse Code, Ann. I'll be looking out for it.

* See the first paragraph of Of course the Russians love their children, you dumb bass player! for another example.

The Alarmist
Tuesday - March 22nd 2022 2:53PM MST

Mr. Trump has fantasies about what it might be like to be President, but when presented with the opportunity in real life, he wasn’t willing to be the tough guy he played in scripted “reality” television.

Like Zelensky, Mr. Trump was not actually President; he just played on on TV.
Tuesday - March 22nd 2022 5:23AM MST
PS: "This is because Donald Trump is a demagogue and does not have firm principles." I was writing while you were, Mr. Hail, but I totally agree with that.

I knew that in 2015 even, but I figured, that aside, this guy cared about the existential immigration invasion issue AND was talking against the "Invade the World" end also.
Tuesday - March 22nd 2022 5:05AM MST
PS: Dieter, that's part of why Ann Coulter got sick of the guy and even scolded him at the White House and why Peak Stupidity had a lot of posts bad-mouthing the man. Both I and Ann, BTW, wrote something about the lobbing of missiles into Syria very early on into Trump's Presidency.

I don't think Trump's heart is, and has ever been, with the Deep State. It's just that he hired, and listened to, people of that bent throughout those 4 years. He's got the temerity now to stand up in front of big crowds and tell them how screwed up General so-and-so was and this this other guy. Hey Trump, did the term "Commander-in-Chief" ever ring a bell? All that's on you!

No, Trump never deviated too far away from the Deep State's plans. I will have to watch/listen to the 2 tweets a bit later, Dieter, as I have something going on for 9 hours today, and I'm going to try to sneak a post in too.
Tuesday - March 22nd 2022 4:34AM MST

Dieter Kief wrote: "Donald Trump...said just recently he did act from a position of strength with regard to Ukraine"

This is because Donald Trump is a demagogue and does not have firm principles.
Dieter Kief
Tuesday - March 22nd 2022 12:26AM MST


Seen from Donald Trump's perspective, Ms. Coulter's and Peak Stupidity's Ukraine-approach does not quite fit, because he said just recently he did act from a position of strength with regard to Ukraine, and that was, why he succeeded:


One of the reasons, Donald Trump attracted so much resistance in the 2020 election:

Donald Trump did send weapons to the Ukraine and helped Zelenskyj and Ihor Kolomoiskyto to move Ukraine away from neutrality. Ukraine as a neutral eastern Switzerland/ Finland might have been what Putin could have accepted as a decent outcome of the Ukraine crisis without going to war over it (see John Mearsheimer and James Kurth).
goolge: James Kurth - Ukraine Seminar March 13, 2022 - Bing video

If you read the Eric Weinstein Tweet linked above and listen to what he says to a completely baffled Joe Rogan about Donald Trump not being able to handle the nuclear power gift by the enlightened superbright ones (like him, possibly) to mankind - ahhhh: Then you can see deeply into the hearts and minds of the liberal elite and you understand better, why - amongst others, David Zuckerberg was willing to invest 400+ million Dollars to make sure Donald Trump would not be elected.

Here is also the reason why the Intellectual Dark Web broke into pieces: Eric Weinstein and his company were willing to fight Trump "by all means possible", als Newsweek would later put that. In other words. A decent chunk of the Intellectual Dark Web was willing to go really dark and manipulate the elections. And that was the reason for the break-up. Because others in the IDW (like Joe Rogan) thought that Donald Trump would .n.o.t. be the end of the world (= Hitler on a global scale) and thus manipulating th eöelections would not be a necessity (= a moral obligation).

If one listens carefully to the speech Donald Trump gave and which I linked above, the outcome of all that is a bit of a mixed bag with reagrd to Ukraine.

Donald Trump seems to have given way to the Zelinsky-Ukraine (= to the .n.o.t. neutral = the casus belli Ukraine from Vladimir Putin's (and John Mearsheimer's and James Kurth's and - Henry Kissinger's and - - - -Tulsi Gabbard's perspective (Joe Rogan is all-in for Tulsi Gabbard, but I don't know, if that is also true for the "Ukraine as neutral buffer zone solution" she advocates.) 

Sunday - March 20th 2022 7:30PM MST
PS: From SafeNow: "Have a nice rest of your day* super-smart Chinese Intel lady."

For these young ladies in Shanghai reading and reporting to the CCP. Ladies, you're getting a raw deal from Pooh Bear up there in Peking. You could have done better than that. Peak Stupidity could use a few gals like you for to flesh out our "China" and "China-made Crap" topic keys.

Please send the Peak Stupidity HR staff a few .jpg's of yourselves from the front, side, and especially rear, simply for a backside, errrr, background check, yes, that's the ticket.

Ann, I mean, Dan, I'm sorry, I've moved on. It's not you, it's me. Well, yeah, I mean you should STFU about Affirmative Action. OK, yeah, it's you.
Sunday - March 20th 2022 7:23PM MST
PS: Robert says: "I will admit that this was my primary motivation for voting for the Orange Man in 2016." Fair enough. That'd be my motivation for going to a rally of his, which we'd thought about but had other plans. It would also be to pick up that energy you get from like-minded people (most of them). Believe me, it wouldn't be to listen to Trump's blathering. Ever read a transcript? Holy Cow, man! (Check out the on on VDare, if you don't already know what I'm talking about.)
Sunday - March 20th 2022 4:13PM MST
PS: Mr. Smith, Mr. Blanc:

'Shoving it down our throats knowing there is nothing we can do about it is the point.'

I will admit that this was my primary motivation for voting for the Orange Man in 2016.
Sunday - March 20th 2022 1:55PM MST
Not only is Ann (or her research assistant, sorry) reading, but China is reading…Looking for talking points from conservative native-speakers with insight and an ear for language. China has 300,000 super-smart people (IQ above 160)…what are they going to do with all of them? OF COURSE a few are reading this.

Have a nice rest of your day* super-smart Chinese Intel lady.
(*A common US saying-goodbye idiom, used ironically here…there is an implication of familiarity and friendship)
Adam Smith
Sunday - March 20th 2022 11:46AM MST
PS: Good afternoon Mr. Blanc, Mr. Alarmist,

I agree with you Mr. Blanc. Shoving it down our throats knowing there is nothing we can do about it is the point. It's a raw display of power. Kamala Harris is so detestable that she had to drop out of the primaries early, and they had to rig the votes every step of the way to help old Dementia Joe across the finish line. They forced such horrible, unlikable, incompetent and corrupt characters upon us just to flip us all off with a giant middle finger. I imagine they're still laughing about it like madmen drunk on their power.

I'm sure you guys have seen this quote, but it seems apropos...

“Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, nor to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is to co-operate with evil, and in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.” - Theodore Dalrymple, “Our Culture, What’s Left Of It”



I hope you gentlemen have a great rest of the weekend.

Sunday - March 20th 2022 10:59AM MST
PS The Alarmist: That could be the point. The more ridiculous, the more disturbing, the more completely unimaginable by any sane person, the better, from their point of view. They shove it down our throats and dare us to utter a peep of protest. At the moment, we’ve got Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Let that sink in. Pete Buttigieg and Stacy Abrams waiting in the wings, ready to make their grand entrances in Act II. And don’t count Ocasio-Cortez of Ilhan What’s-Her-Name.
Rainbow Poop Emoji
Saturday - March 19th 2022 7:16PM MST
PS We need Bono, Alec Baldwin and the dancing nurses who had plenty of time to make cute videos during the Black Death 2.0 worst plague evarz to stop the diabolical PutinHitlerSatan and Crazy Ivan!
CCP laughs at the Tik Tok since they own it and view it all.
Ann? Still so hot and smart.
Saturday - March 19th 2022 6:30PM MST
PS: "Does anyone have a photo of Achmed and Ann Coulter together?" I'm pretty sure I shredded all of them last year, so as not to give my wife grounds for divorce. The negatives went to the grave with Larry Flint.

If any of you readers comes up with anything, remember,, I can't be blackmailed. I OWN NOTHING!

Sorry no other comments - doing this painfully on a phone. Will get back on a computer Sun night. Thanks all for the great comments! Happy Sunday.
The Alarmist
Saturday - March 19th 2022 1:10PM MST

If one had asked me seven years ago if Stacey Abrams, much like Beto O’Rourke, could be taken seriously as a candidate for higher office, I might have laughed. But this is how Cabal promotes people nowadays, to wit, Voldomor Zelensky playing President of Ukraine as an audition before being elevated to the actual job. Actually, I’m surprised Martin Sheen wasn’t run in 2004.

Stacey Abrams as the President of anything is disturbing in far too many ways.
Saturday - March 19th 2022 12:25PM MST
PS The Daily Stupid: That is naughty. Very Naughty.
Adam Smith
Saturday - March 19th 2022 11:59AM MST
PS: Good afternoon, again,

Mr. Anti-Gnostic wrote: “This doesn't end well, does it?”...

The Daily Stupid
Saturday - March 19th 2022 11:23AM MST
PS: Three Stacey Abrams Romance Novels to be Reissued

ATLANTA— Before she ran for governor of Georgia, before she registered 800,000 dead voters with her organization Fair Fight, before she became a Democratic power broker with her name perennially in the mix for high-level political positions, Stacey Abrams wrote thirsty romance novels.

Now, her first three books, originally printed about 20 years ago, will be reissued in 2022 by the publisher Twerkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House.

The racy novels include “Hamburger Love”, “Screwing America”, and “Moby Dick: A Love Story”.

“As my first novels, they remain incredibly special to me,” said Abrams in a statement. “The characters and their adventures are what I’d wished to read as a young black woman who loves to eat… a lot.”

The books have been out of print for several years since no one had any interest in her writing until they were forced to.

“Hamburger Love” is about a woman torn between the love of herself and that double bacon cheeseburger sitting on her counter.

“Screwing America” is about a woman who is driven to screw America at all costs.

“Moby Dick: A Love Story” is about a fat-positive woman’s love affair with a blue whale.

Adam Smith
Saturday - March 19th 2022 11:20AM MST
PS: Good afternoon, everyone,

Mr. Blanc, I too have heard this rumor and I've been wondering about this for some time now...

Does anyone have a photo of Achmed and Ann Coulter together?
How do we know they're not the same person?

Messrs. Anti-Gnostic, Moderator...

Michelle Paradise, executive producer of Star Trek: Discovery, told Variety the show decided it needed a figure of suitable gravitas.*

“When the time came to start talking about the president of Earth,” she said, “it seemed like, ‘Well, who better to represent that than her?”

Who better indeed. Clearly there is no one better suited to be the “president of Earth” than Miss Abrams...

*When I first read this I thought something similar to what Achmed wrote, like they were just begging for a fat joke...

Saturday - March 19th 2022 11:06AM MST
PS Any truth to the rumor that the Peak Stupidity blog is actually written by Ann Coulter?
Saturday - March 19th 2022 9:59AM MST
PS: Thanks for the stupidity examples, both of you. It may be the total stupidity, not just the few, OK, many, acute cases like these that will add up to the biggest value. I really think the electronic devices are making people stupider quickly. (Had a few near-Idiocracy experiences recently.)

From the Star Trek link: "Michelle Paradise, executive producer of Star Trek: Discovery, told Variety the show decided it needed a figure of suitable gravitas." Did they mean "suitable gravitation field", perhaps? Then, it said Stacy Abrams plans on being President by 2040. President of what, is what I ask.
Saturday - March 19th 2022 7:23AM MST

Mr. Achmed, shut your blog down. I have found PEAK STUPIDITY.

Then I saw Mr. Adam Smith's link.

This doesn't end well, does it?
The Alarmist
Saturday - March 19th 2022 4:48AM MST

Famous? More like infamous for going up against The Orange God.

I learned morse when I got my Advanced Class Ham ticket when I was 12. I never bother to go much beyond 13wpm, so I never did Extra. I guess I could do the test at a volunteer examiner next time in the states, but now I’m too lazy, and I have full privileges on this side of the pond. Mrs. Alarmist had no idea I was a Ham until we rolled up in front of her parents’ house the first time and I complimented him on the 40 meter cubical quad on his roof. That’s when I learned Mrs. Alarmist could also do code at roughly 5 wpm. She’s a great co-pilot, map reader, and radio operator. And she can handle me. I tell you, my lady has skills.

When I was in the USAF in the Reagan years, someone in J6 (an OJCS directorate) figured out we needed to train radio operators on morse code so we had another route of EMCOMM that didn’t require five miles of wire. Anyway, the black operators (not SOF, just African Americans) called Morse Code “dittybop”. One day I watched a group training, and they were getting it totally wrong, so I chimed in with, “No, that was ....” They didn’t see that coming from a college boy.
Saturday - March 19th 2022 3:06AM MST
PS: Ann, errr, Dan, .. / .-.. --- ...- . / -.-- --- ..-

(I used to be able to pass the 13 wpm text after studying it for a month. 1 month later, i'd forgotten half of the letters. Use it or lose it. I'd apply to be a telegraph associate, but they're giving all the jobs to the black kids.)

Adam, tik-toc, yeah, why didn't they think of this 2 years ago to support the HEROES working in the hospitals and pharmacies?
Adam Smith
Friday - March 18th 2022 11:22PM MST
PS: Good evening, everyone...

Dan Coulter
Friday - March 18th 2022 8:17PM MST
PS: .--. . .- -.- / ... - ..- .--. .. -.. .. - -.--
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