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IDrinkBloodLOL
03-27-2013, 12:17 PM
Interesting read. I'm interested to see any comments or thoughts people have in response to this article so long as they excel above becoming a mad monkey and flinging poo.

http://www.anus.com/zine/articles/eugenics/


Most People Must Die
In our modern state of petrochemical power, life has become too easy. Were we a healthy species, we would recognize that most people must die, simply because they lack the ability and character to do anything sensible. Dozing once or twice a week at a traffic light, and having to hear the horns of drivers behind you to awake, press pedal to floor and zoom through, that's forgivable. But what of those who never make it through the light, or worse, doze until only they can make it through, stranding others behind? There are too many of these, and not enough who are aware of the world around them.

Consider how much landfill we produce yearly because foolish people can be induced to purchase products of no real value. Last year, it was plastic fish that would sing "funny" songs when you pressed a button; funny for the first thirty times, anyway. After that, the entire object was destined for the trash or through some illusion of avoiding the trash, namely giving it to an organization for the poor. Tell me, what use do the impoverished have for a singing plastic fish that requires expensive batteries? Across the world, goodwill agencies hurled the damn things by the thousands into the trash.

So will it be for this year's fad, the lighted Christmas figure or scene which is inflated by a fan with a bulb atop. What is so unique, so distinguishing, and so important about going to Wal-Mart and taking home the version of this toy that presumably matches your personality type? If I went to a public place and shouted out, "I also have $14.99 and a credit card and will exert my will through recombinant plastic goods," people would consider me insane and cart me away to some state-funded benevolent agency which would supply me with Haldol for the rest of my days, but none seem to think twice about symbolically doing the same by bringing home the box and setting up the same type-of-thing their friends and neighbors also have.

Do we gain uniqueness by picking Santa Claus over Snoopy, or maybe if we're very religious, a manger scene instead of a cartoon character? Undoubtedly, it is amusing, when considered a rare object, but when we realize that along the block every third home will have one, what is its value? By allowing people of this mindset to breed, we weaken our race, in addition to piling up mountains of frivolous landfill that has provided to its creator an easy source of income. Past ages had great leaders, and great poets, and great craftspeople, but in this age, we have millionaires produced by figuring out what morons will buy and supplying it to them. What kind of future exists in that?

Again, to the commercial metaphor: if you cannot figure out how to cook simple means, even those that can be achieved in ten minutes when steak comes wrapped in plastic and vegetables, frozen in plastic bags, there's a vast array of food in boxes for you. Indeed, the biggest portion of our grocery stores is not food in its raw element, but pre-prepared, chemically-sterilized boxed foods that you can take home and heat in 3.5 minutes and serve to your low-IQ family. In the ages where you had to at least gather the vegetables, and slay a beast and start a fire to roast it, you had to have your wits about you or at least have the wit to enslave yourself to someone who did, but now, all you need is your $14.99 and credit card, and a microwave, and you and your brood of inferior beings can live happily on boxed food, at least until the preservatives bloom tumors in your veins, too late unfortunately to curtail your degenerate genetics.

Our vaunted "consumer" society, which brings you "freedom" and "lifestyle choices," has eliminated all sense. The only barrier to purchase of anything, whether it be land or animals or plastic objects that last two weeks and are discarded, is money, and money is easily had since most jobs barely require an 85 IQ and, being designed for all of us "equally" to get along, require no common sense or the impetus required to survive a night in the forest alone. You can run to Wal-Mart and buy all the plastic you can have on credit, and when you take it home and find out that it is inferior versions of better products made cheaply so you can be "equal" in having a salad shooter like your wealthier neighbors, too, throw it out. You can purchase a dog and when it soils your rug, turn it out of doors, and no one will say anything but, numbly, "Well, it's his right."

We're breeding a society of subhuman retards, and what's worse, we've made it an exiling offense to even mention this. You can't fire someone for the reason "so-and-so is dumber than a sandwich"; you have to navigate an elaborate maze designed to enforce "equality" of such tedium that at some point, it's easier to hand the subtard a meaningless task and send him to a corner, writing off his salary as a loss. And before the small minds among you take this as a racial argument, it is not; many of you lily-white skins would stain my blade thirsting for justice, and no plea to kinship would stir me; you're bred wrong, and bred stupid, and for the justice of all nature, I'd kill you. This isn't to say that the races are "equal," or should live together in a "multicultural" society; both are obvious social illusions, and while what's most important is breeding better people, each race should have its own space for, if nothing else, diversity in having different populations to visit when we get sick of our own (even the English should be spared, although it pains me to type that, as no more masturbatorily self-congratulary race of self-righteous pricks exists except those bred of empire and protestantism and conveniently simplistic industry in England).

That some are bred retards, and others given intelligence through good breeding, of course, creates the elemental strife in society to which the submissive reply with cries of "We must establish equality!" (democrats) and to which the vicious reply with "We must gain wealth and rise above the mass!" (republicans). No society exists in this state for too long, as it is divided among itself, but like all subtle diseases it takes time to grow and eventually overwhelms said society in mediocrity, which offends only those who can do better. And at that point, it's too late: the subtards so far outnumber those with any brain that stupidity will triumph, not caring for its own losses, while those who would save their lives for a better purpose die in the onslaught.

Now, what to do about this? The solutions are simpler than one thinks. First, we must rid ourselves of any laws that say you cannot fire someone for any reason, and eliminate likewise all laws that ban discrimination against the stupid. Next, we must pass legislation exempting companies from many types of liability; you no longer will have to write "do not look down barrel and pull trigger" on shotguns, or "do not eat" on silica packets designed to prevent electronics from drying out. Finally, since governmental solutions for weeding out the weak always end in tyranny, we should allow local communities to exile stupid people and, thus having fewer people producing the same income, redistribute tax benefit to their people.

Undoubtedly, the democrats will wail "that's dis-crim-in-nation" and the republicans will complain about the lack of cheap labor and moronic consumers to buy their worthless plastic, but the next generations will be bred smarter and will, as a result, have better values and build a less brain-dead and boring, functional, utilitarian society. To do this is to accept that we're in the driver's seat of our own destiny, and to move forward; to deny it is to be napping at the most important traffic light of all.

illriginalized
03-27-2013, 12:22 PM
Bro.. YOLO!!!

There's a reason why so many idiots exist.. it's the little teenagers that hump anything and everything like bunnies. That's just the start, from there, the children (the offspring of said bunny-humping-like teenagers) are raised up as a sort of burden. Hell today's parents are more than happy to only see their children for about oh.. I dunno 1 hour a day.. video games, television shows, movies, sports, internet.. ain't nobody got time for dat (parental responsibilities).

Shortfuze
03-27-2013, 12:36 PM
Did you know that junk food diets for kids under three can lead to lower IQs

source: http://www.businessinsider.com/facts-you-dont-want-to-know-iq-2011-11?op=1

illriginalized
03-27-2013, 12:38 PM
Did you know that junk food diets for kids under three can lead to lower IQs

source: http://www.businessinsider.com/facts-you-dont-want-to-know-iq-2011-11?op=1

roflmao that's hilarious. Nice find!

Spartan5364
03-27-2013, 01:34 PM
kinda too long to read for me tbh but from what I've skimmed it does raise some interesting points.
I always though that with all the medicine we have today, all the technology and safety measures, we have essentially eliminated survival as a means of genetic change.
We are creating a society of dumb, diseased people with terrible genetics just because our society helps them survive.
Not saying that's a bad thing but theoretically if **** hit the fan and people were left to fend for themselves, without modern medicine, the government or law enforcement... oh lawd, people would die off so quickly

TH3SHR3DD3R
03-27-2013, 01:57 PM
The author makes the fatal mistake of assuming that only stupid people die in stupid ways.

Doctors die because they were texting while driving, setting up appointments on their smartphones to compensate for their busy schedules; writers, artists and philosophers, depressed under the weight of their own genius, become addicted to drugs and alcohol, and commit suicide; mathematical geniuses are born with autistic personalities; lawyers piss of the wrong guy; programmers and engineers sit too long, inviting a wide array of health problems; and all of these people undoubtedly eat fast food and have plastic knick-knacks.

These incidents even occur on chronic levels. Someone can be very stupid but also very healthy; intelligence can be a massive burden, leading to health problems affecting every arena of wellness, from physical health to psychological health. For example, in the limited numbers of healthcare workers, substance abuse levels match those of the general population. Healthcare workers, by and large, are not stupid people.

The author also does not account for the fact that smart people inevitably make life easier for stupid people. The only solution to this is to restrict what smart people are allowed to do. This is contradictory to the stated end goals of the author. Safety measures are not always the result of a need to make things safer for the stupid; technology has a trickle-down effect, and smart people put into place measures that are effective for other ends in creative ways. These don't always have the goal of making life better for the stupid.

By the author's own admission, using his methods, future generations will be smarter than us; it is inevitable then that the same situation will occur. The smart will make life easy for the stupid and the cycle will repeat itself. My suggestion to the author is to stop thinking about these things and focus on making his own life better. If I spent all my time at the gym critiquing what other people did I'd never make any gains. My other suggestion is that the author take a long hard look at himself: the funny thing about these articles and this line of thinking is that people always consider themselves to be part of the elite. They never consider that maybe they don't meet their own criteria, and indeed, if all the safety measures were erased, most people, smart or dumb, would die. The remaining would be the lucky, not the smart.

GreatOldOne
03-27-2013, 02:04 PM
roflmao that's hilarious. Nice find!

interesting...i wonder how they control for stupid and poor parents who feed their kids junk food.

dakensta
03-27-2013, 02:26 PM
Author should lead by example.

illriginalized
03-27-2013, 02:29 PM
interesting...i wonder how they control for stupid and poor parents who feed their kids junk food.
Semi-O/T
Junk food including fast food is more expensive than grocery food.

People tend to look at the instant cost of food vs over time.

For example.. 1 fast food meal of $6 = 1-2 boxes of cereal (excluding milk but we account that for the amount of gas spent over time going to said fast food restaurants)

1 meal vs 6-10 meals per box of cereal

Poor people in general (excluding Hispanics, for some odd reason, but lets include them too for the hell of it) depend on fast food.

IDrinkBloodLOL
03-27-2013, 03:27 PM
Semi-O/T
Junk food including fast food is more expensive than grocery food.

People tend to look at the instant cost of food vs over time.

For example.. 1 fast food meal of $6 = 1-2 boxes of cereal (excluding milk but we account that for the amount of gas spent over time going to said fast food restaurants)

1 meal vs 6-10 meals per box of cereal

Poor people in general (excluding Hispanics, for some odd reason, but lets include them too for the hell of it) depend on fast food.

...And cereal is not food, either.

A real equivalence would be chicken on a discount at ~$2.xx a pound, plus rice which is so cheap as to pretty much be free. Then the figure becomes 1 ****ty fast food meal vs. 3 pounds of chicken + rice.

TH3SHR3DD3R
03-27-2013, 04:16 PM
OP, I suggest you read the novel Anathem by Neal Stephenson. It is a novel about what happens when intelligent people are held back, when knowledge is feared. One of the central themes running throughout this novel is resentment on the part of the extramuros, especially those that the author, and perhaps you, would call stupid. An us vs. them mentality accomplishes nothing.

musclefreak69
03-27-2013, 04:28 PM
The author makes the fatal mistake of assuming that only stupid people die in stupid ways.

Doctors die because they were texting while driving, setting up appointments on their smartphones to compensate for their busy schedules; writers, artists and philosophers, depressed under the weight of their own genius, become addicted to drugs and alcohol, and commit suicide; mathematical geniuses are born with autistic personalities; lawyers piss of the wrong guy; programmers and engineers sit too long, inviting a wide array of health problems; and all of these people undoubtedly eat fast food and have plastic knick-knacks.

These incidents even occur on chronic levels. Someone can be very stupid but also very healthy; intelligence can be a massive burden, leading to health problems affecting every arena of wellness, from physical health to psychological health. For example, in the limited numbers of healthcare workers, substance abuse levels match those of the general population. Healthcare workers, by and large, are not stupid people.

The author also does not account for the fact that smart people inevitably make life easier for stupid people. The only solution to this is to restrict what smart people are allowed to do. This is contradictory to the stated end goals of the author. Safety measures are not always the result of a need to make things safer for the stupid; technology has a trickle-down effect, and smart people put into place measures that are effective for other ends in creative ways. These don't always have the goal of making life better for the stupid.

By the author's own admission, using his methods, future generations will be smarter than us; it is inevitable then that the same situation will occur. The smart will make life easy for the stupid and the cycle will repeat itself. My suggestion to the author is to stop thinking about these things and focus on making his own life better. If I spent all my time at the gym critiquing what other people did I'd never make any gains. My other suggestion is that the author take a long hard look at himself: the funny thing about these articles and this line of thinking is that people always consider themselves to be part of the elite. They never consider that maybe they don't meet their own criteria, and indeed, if all the safety measures were erased, most people, smart or dumb, would die. The remaining would be the lucky, not the smart.I think that the author demonstrated that he does in fact meet his criteria by simply writing all of that with proper grammar and sentence structure. The average person can barely articulate such an idea let alone put it in writing. And I don't believe in luck

TH3SHR3DD3R
03-27-2013, 04:29 PM
interesting...i wonder how they control for stupid and poor parents who feed their kids junk food.

It is . . . astounding what a difference diet can make.

One of my first memories of food is McDonald's french fries mashed up and mixed with Mountain Dew. My parents fed me a steady diet of pure trash up until the day I moved out. Even as I tried to eat healthy, they would find ways to sabotage it. The last year I lived with them I survived on hidden caches on protein bars and water. My version of a cut while living with them was to eat only one meal, dinner, while taking ephedra supplements and running 10 miles a day during the week, full-on marathons Saturday and Sunday. That was what it took to get down to 180 while I lived with them.

I have struggled with obesity and depression and a short attention span all my life. Only now, after a decade of trial and error, am I starting to piece together a diet that gives me clarity of mind, elevation of spirit and keeps my weight under control. I have also struggled to be successful in my life. When I decided to become a nurse and went to nursing school I really started experimenting with different dietary protocols. The simple act of eating eggs and bacon every morning, with coffee and water, no juice, no grains, no sugars, was a shocking eye-opener for me. For the first time in my life I could take a test in the morning with utter and complete concentration. The intensity of my focus frightened my classmates.

Diet is 80% of success in fitness, and maybe even 80% of success. Proper diet feeds the heart, mind and soul. And the world is sorely underfed.

illriginalized
03-27-2013, 04:30 PM
...And cereal is not food, either.

A real equivalence would be chicken on a discount at ~$2.xx a pound, plus rice which is so cheap as to pretty much be free. Then the figure becomes 1 ****ty fast food meal vs. 3 pounds of chicken + rice.

Grains are food! You anti-grain hooker!

But yeah, you get the point, dammit :cool:

TH3SHR3DD3R
03-27-2013, 04:33 PM
I think that the author demonstrated that he does in fact meet his criteria by simply writing all of that with proper grammar and sentence structure. The average person can barely articulate such an idea let alone put it in writing. And I don't believe in luck

The author doesn't even establish his criteria; he's barely able to describe the target of his vitriol, save that they must somehow be different and therefore unworthy of life. They apparently buy plastic goods and eat fast food, something we all do. Whatever criteria he puts forth is vague and sweeping. I don't generally take such pieces seriously because they are clearly the symptom of a complex.

kratosbrah
03-27-2013, 04:36 PM
For the first time in my life I could take a test in the morning with utter and complete concentration. The intensity of my focus frightened my classmates.

Did you begin to fear your own intensity?

Merauder
03-27-2013, 04:48 PM
I don't blame the retards, they're monkeys

I blame the monkey trainers

TH3SHR3DD3R
03-27-2013, 04:51 PM
Did you begin to fear your own intensity?

At first, yes. But do not god-kings inspire fear? And so I became fear, became a soul reaver .... an angel of death.

ratt1ehead
03-27-2013, 05:17 PM
You thought we could be decent men, in an indecent time!