Posted On: Tuesday - July 5th 2022 8:29AM MST
In Topics:   History  Globalists  The Future  Peak Stupidity Roadshow
(See our original field trip report - Part 1 and Part 2 along with a virtual revisitation. We reviewed the 1986 book by "R.C. Christian" that is seen as the explanation guide to these stones here.)
It's been nearly 2 months since our post with Peak Stupidity's interpretation of the motive of Guide 1. It's not like we LIKE writing these, you know! We've fulfilling a contract made to allow us to take that all-expenses-paid field trip to Elberton, Georgia including Taco Bell.
These people don't screw around, readers! Early this morning I felt mysef flat on the ground, with a knee on my back, "Guide reproduction wisely!", the goon yelled, cocking his .38 Special. The best I could make out, it was some tall skinny guy with glasses. "Whaaa! I can't breath!" I told him. "I've heard that bull before, you turkey. Guide reproduction wisely!" I could get just enough breath to yell again, "I can't breath!" That worked, as he let off with his knee and I was able to barely make out this geek as he ran toward his already fired-up Citation X. "That's it! I know that dude. Windows 10! You bastard!" "The horror, the horror", I kept mumbling, until I woke up and realized, no, that's not the guy. The guy in the dream is that goon from the Peak Stupidity legal department. OK, so here we are. This is no dream.
In case you can't read due to the Globalists' minions' having rubbed their grubby hands on these stones over the years. It reads: "GUIDE REPRODUCTION WISELY - IMPROVING FITNESS AND DIVERSITY". (When you spend the amount of money these 120 tons of granite cost, nobody gives you any shit about your grammar.)
People that have read about or seen these guides may see these as Commandments for Globalists to follow or just the wild-eyed naive recommendations of a guy pseudo-named R. C. Christian in the 1980s. (He's author of book I linked-to our review of up top.) I go with the latter.
This Guide #2 does sound nefarious too, come to think of it. Guide reproduction? OMG! Eugenics! The horror, the horror! Let's start there. Mr. Christian thought, even in 1986, that it wouldn't be good for the American population* to end up full of the offspring of the dumbest and most irresponsible people. I, and other Americans shunned by 2020s polite society, would agree with that. That can't happen under Welfare State Socialism, of course, so our agreeing hasn't meant a hill of beans for over half a century.
Imagine if President Nixon, with the US Congress in tow, had only made this same field trip to Elberton, Georgia in 1968. This country would have been in much better shape 54 years later. Alas, Air Force One, the Boeing 707 version they had then too, could not have come into Elberton. (He could have taken it into Donaldson, still an AF base then, just west of Greenville, SC or Augusta, Bush Field, and then Marine One on over right to the site! Geeze, I can't be everywhere for these people!)
Eugenics as basic public (and private) policy makes perfect sense if you care about a good life for future Americans. Americans knew this 100 years ago, and many still inherently do, but it long ago became anathema to the "correct" narrative, cause NAZIS!! It's only nefarious if it's done via surgical operations on innocents, forced abortion, and that sort of thing. That's not the idea. That wasn't Mr. Christian's idea, when he wrote Guide #2. I read the magnificent bastard's book!
Fitness?! No, we all should fit! Everyone is normal in America now, even the most deranged genderbending, tattooed, purple-haired nutcase. Not only should they fit, but we should accept them as fit for American society. Also we must spread this policy to the rest of the world along with democracy - we've already got a flag made - thank you,
But wait, the eugenics aside, Mr. Christian wrote these recommendations, or Commandments, if you will, in the 1980s, when the huge fitness craze started in the '70s was till going on. Ever been to Wal-Mart lately? Yes, let's improve fitness. What's wrong with jogging around the neighborhood with a colorful headband, doing calisthenics, and watching Swedish hotties with nice legs and short skirts play tennis on TV?
Next, this one-line Guide pushes for improved Diversity. The horror! The horror! Wait, I mean it this time. Maybe this is a Commandment made for the eyes of the Globalists after all. They have been pushing the diversity destruction for a long time. Did it start at the time this modern Stonehenge-like structure was unveiled in March of 1980? It reads "Improving ... diversity" though, keep in mind. It doesn't read "increasing" it, but that's a point of semantics. Instead of speculating, we can just go to the source, assuming it's not some false lead written by the Globalists to throw us off track.** In the book, Common Sense Renewed, the word "diversity" is used 5 times. Here:
Properly designed and stabilized, a common tongue for all nations may some day span chasms which would otherwise divide the human family. It will make possible the accurate transferral of thought down the long reaches of time. It need not be spoken by all. It will be most useful for those who bridge international barriers, and for scholars in the remote future who interpret the past. It will help maintain unity in diversity.Yeah, OK, well that "common tongue" stuff is subject for a subsequent post, as it's another of the Guides. "Unity in diversity"? It was just a line of claptrap here. Next:
Some of our failings result from social handicaps present in American society, and not found in nations such as Japan. These include widespread divorce, illiteracy, sexual permissiveness with its associated unmarried and teenage parenting, and extensive social diversity and fragmentation, without generally accepted standards demanding that all citizens must work.This is hard-core Jesse Helms/George Wallace style Conservatism, quite welcome at Peak Stupidity, and not at all indicative of a meaning of diversity in the modern sense. Next:
Our present situation is paradoxical. Since the birth of our nation, we have accorded to religion a recognized, if nonsectarian, role in the workings of our government. We acknowledge shortcomings in our religious beliefs and understanding. We observe great diversity in the creeds and ceremonies of our citizens. Yet we manage to open each session of Congress with an appeal to the Almighty for guidance. We include the phrase "under God " in our pledge of allegiance. We recognize the deity on many of our coins. We have provided chaplains of every denomination as spiritual guides for our military personnel.This comes from the section about increasing morality in America. This could have been lifted straight out of a John Birch Society magazine. Not to worry. Next:
Yet we strain the doctrine of separation of Church and State to such an extreme in our public schools that we prevent any mention of God in the classroom.
The gene pools of the plants, animals, and microorganisms which survive in the remaining wild areas of the world have required hundreds of millions of years to develop their present diversity. Expanding human occupation of the lands and seas is causing the extinction of many unique living forms every year.This one comes from the Conservation section (just under the heading, in fact). He's talking plants and animals here. Next:
No one knows which way human institutions will evolve in future ages. There is strength and hope in diversity, exploring many pathways in efforts to achieve our maximum potentials.I included the 2nd paragraph to show where the writer was coming from here. It's under his "On Revolution" section, in which he thinks something drastic must be done to avoid major nuclear war. This was, mind you, only about half a decade before the fall of the USSR and the end of the Cold War, but NOBODY saw that coming, even, or I should say, especially, the freaking CIA!
Sensible people in all nations realize that an atomic war is unthinkable as a conscious policy for any nation. It would be suicidal and universally destructive.
In none of these 5 instances of the use of the word diversity does the writer of the Georgia Guidestones "tour guide", if I may, use this word to mean anti-White-people, which is the common meaning of the word here in the 2020s.
The only reason to worry about this Guide #2 is that it the 3rd item for suggested improvement, diversity, may be taken by the Globalists by its modern meaning, which didn't exist anytime close to the time of the creation and erection of the Georgia Guidestones. Yet, these Globalists are NOT the brightest bulbs in their respective fixtures. They are evil, but you don't HAVE to be smart to be evil. I suppose they could use this as justification for their huge anti-White-people program.
As for the 1st part, if the Globalists take Eugenics to mean medical-style tinkering, and one thinks about the Kung Flu and the resulting experimental
Putting that together is a big reach, though, when you read what R.C.Christian had to say. Was he actually a foil or just a front-man? That's a hell of a good conspiracy, but, yeah, it's just a reach, IMO ...maybe to justify more tourism by the Elbert County Commissioners and the BBQ joints? (See, there's a conspiracy theory I can get behind!) I don't know for sure. This would require another trip. I'm hungry.**
* Unlike in this country, whose elites and those who follow them care about the world more than they do about Americans, this R. C. Christian of the 1980s cared about America First. What a concept!
** I doubt that, but really getting into this question will require another field trip with a bigger budget, at least enough for good Southern BBQ.