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AMAIRUCUN EDGYCAYSHUN AND ICBMs…

As you know, I've little good to say about the Amairicun edgycayshun system and the doctors of edubabble, the whole system of credentialization, the goofiness of the federal government's programs for it, and the even goofier trend to put socialist doctrines into curriculum and pedagogy as yet another "educational psychology" or "pedagogical method."  And if you think that that's directed solely at Dummycrooks, think again of "No Child Left behind' (sounds wonderful, doesn't it?) and the havoc wrought by the Republithugs in its name. Years ago, I used to somewhat laughingly tell my college students that, if things continued as they were going in this country, that elevators would soon be crashing into sub-basements, airplanes would soon be falling out of the sky, and in the ultimate manifestation of the ascendancy of the Idiocracy (see the movie folks, when the whole country is run by stupid people in the future...if indeed it is the future), joint-smoking doctors at "St. God's Hospituhl" inform you that "dude, you're chart's, like, all messed up man," and that's their informed professional opinion.

Why, in such an idiocracy, people might be too stupid to man your massive and expensive nuclear missile deterrent, much less be capable of opening their notebooks and following the simple instructions for launching the apocalypse on the Evil Mr. Putin and his Evil Rooskie Munchkins(that would be the new word for "minions" folks, remember, it's an idiocracy we live in) and His Hordes of Godless Non-Bible-Believing Non-Baptist Russians:

17 Air Force officers stripped of authority to launch nuclear missiles

Now, in case you missed them, here are the paragraphs that indicate we're dealing with the Idiocracy:

"But on one of the 22 tasks involving launch operations, it was rated "marginal" which is one step above 'unsatisfactory.'Dorrian called it the equivalent of a 'D' grade.

(Translation: these guys are so stupid we're going to have to install "icons" on the buttons instead of relying on difficult things like alphabets and numbers and launch codes... you know, like they do at McDonald's with the picture cash registers: press the picture of the apple, the donkey, the elephant, and the big mushroom cloud).

...

-- 'Turn off the TVs.'

(Translation: No more American Idol... you missed the last launch alert because you were too busy watching TV and playing your X-box, and incidentally, the Mark III Launch Computer is not to be confused with your X-Box)

-- 'Clean your patches, uniforms and get your hair cut.'

(Translation: ... and for pity's sake pull your pants up above your butt and over your underwear...)

-- 'Bring to my attention immediately any officer who bad mouths a senior officer.'

(Translation: ...no, certain words beginning with "f" and "m"[that contain the word beginning with "f"] are considered naughty and not to be used in polite company and are inappropriate for addressing someone of a superior rank).

Of course, we can imagine the difficulty of trying to explain a concept like a hierarchy or rank to people of the caliber suggested by the article's remarks, much less concepts like "naughty words" or "polite company").

So, ET, if you're reading this: You can relax, because if the Amaircun edgycayshun system can be successfully exported to the rest of the world along with GMO's - and the Rockefailures are working real hard on it! - people will soon be too stupid to remember how to split atoms, much less how to launch  the missiles with the bombs that have been such a concern of yours since World War Two. You can monitor this progress by watching how many peepl gradgietate from Amairicun universitees and collages with digreez in edgycayshun.

On the serious side: the reality is that the "all volunteer military" is doomed to a long-term trend toward idiocracy...

See you on the flip side.

26 thoughts on “AMAIRUCUN EDGYCAYSHUN AND ICBMs…”

  1. Why just one base? If this is truly endemic, it should be happening all over, right?

  2. duncan mckean

    i happen to know some in the air force .probability ? the military is being politically shaken to its core.i think its a set up just as the generals and admiral were dismissed .the whole thing stinks.i go way back.lost track as an insider a little more than a decade ago.there were a few idiots and bad apples as any group of human beings.mostly outstanding individuals.

  3. I was surprised when a couple of NYC college /high school friends of my son said that they didn’t think the 2 brothers committed the Boston Marathon bombing.
    In NYC say a high school offered a course in 20th century South African history and a new grad & Nelson Mandela sent resumes. The principal would think “well Mandela doesn’t have a license and the newbie is microsoft certified, dresses sharp, and I can pay him/her less. The clincher is the newbie’s aunt teaches at the school so for the principal it’s a no brainer.

  4. Here’s an interesting story that runs along with Dr. Farrell’ blog.

    On a Red Ice Radio interview with Michael Cremo, he tells the story of university students sending him letters telling him the story, that after reading his and Richard Thompson’ books “Forbidden Archeology” and the condensed version “The Hidden History of the Human Race”, these students were then going to their university classes and having “stand up” arguments with their respective university professors.

    Looks like “some’ of the kids are waking up to the monstrous lies that they are being told by the main stream academia, and it’s about time.

    In the forward to their book THHOFTHR, Graham Hancock basically says that we should completely throw out the current view and ask for a “complete re-evaluation of the human history story. I don’t think this is going to happen soon, but it’s nice to know that some of the kids are waking up.

    1. re: re-evaluation of human history: what a tremendous contribution people like Dr. Farrell, Thomson/Cremo, Hancock/Bauval, etc. have done!- am desperately trying to get my grubby little hands/eyes on John Hamer’s “The Falsification of History”- even though it was just published last year it’s already out of print (except for Kindle but I don’t have/”do” Kindle)- it’s available at lulu (name is fitting) via Hamer’s website but lulu won’t except my valid credit card no. as being valid- I don’t know why- just so frustrating!- stay well, Downunder-

      Larry

  5. Robert Barricklow

    The goal of US Reactionary Rulers is the Thirdworldization of the entire world, including Europe & North America; a New world Order in which capital rules supreme with no public sector services or labor unions to speak of; no properous, literate, effectively organized working clas of highly educated middle-class with rising expectations and a strong sense of entitlement; no public medical care, pension funds, occupational safety, or evironmental & consumer protections, or any other of the insufferable things that might cut into profits, and lead to more egalitarian distribution of life opportunities.
    In other words –
    a back to the future –
    in a fuedal empire of –
    LORDS & serfs.

    1. In al seriousness I do believe that’s where we’e headed if they get their way.
      I read an interesting article where Tsar Nicholas II was dismayed that Lincoln had freed the slaves without giving them the necessary education to fend for themselves and provide for their families.

      Knowing this, our “leaders” will continue the course they are taking.

      Will the human race ever break the shackles of slavery and no longer be beholden the elite?

      It seems that throughout history each time we have almost achieved freedom they push us down again.

      1. “I read an interesting article where Tsar Nicholas II was dismayed that Lincoln had freed the slaves without giving them the necessary education to fend for themselves and provide for their families”-

        could you provide the link? – would interest me as (you already know) Tsarist Russian history interests me greatly-

        but then we must ask ourselves: did Tsar Alexander II provide the serfs proper education before he freed them?-

        Larry

        1. I’ll try. It was a linked PDF file, which I saved without the link. And I think Robert is correct below. But he was assassinated by the same forces that later rejoiced in the “revolution”. I believe Tsar Nicholas, a decent man, firstly didn’t want to become a Tsar, and became afraid of what could happen if change came about.

          Perhaps it’s rather like the US presidents now. A good man would know he’d be taken out if he tried to implement change. So the status quo remains.

      2. Robert Barricklow

        In my recent readings, fiction, no less; I found out about the Tsar and his progressive ideas, that he actually was implementing(later, in some non-fiction as well.
        This jibes with what I’am running across.
        Love it!

      3. Just realized that I gave the incorrect name. I meant Alexander II. Nicholas didn’t want to don the mantle after what had happened to him. I don’t blame him.

        1. Robert Barricklow

          One author actually writes a series that includes the Tsar(Nicholas Romanov) as a character(past/present), Sam Eastland; in his, The Eye of the Red Tsar(T or his most recent, Shadow Pass. Also, I just read Stalin’s Barber which refers to him well. Both of these were recent fictions that spoke of his movement toward progressive policies. Michael Parenti, I believe, mentions him in his non-fiction, The Face of Imperialism. There were other non-fictions, but my memory is – always suspect.

  6. marcos toledo

    This kind of idiocracy has been going on among the Europeans for thousands of years. The Greco-Persian,Roman-Persian wars the rape pillage around the world for the last 500 years and the list is endless. The narcissism is bottomless ignorance of everything has been rampant throughout our society. You have the ones who think if you can call it that Man can live without Nature and those who think Nature is better without US. Both are under the illusion we are not part of the Biosphere. As for what happen recently with the Air Force and nuclear bomb snafus nothing new there not a decade that goes by we hear stories like this of mishandled nukes. Stupidity runs very deep in this culture.

  7. Industrial Milk As Metaphor

    Like processed industrial milk, the pathocrats of technocracy seek to pasteurize, homogenize & standardize humanity. Whereas pasteurization destroys higher vibrations & faculties, homogenization prevents the cream of human intellect from expressing itself. The ubiquitous white mostache conveys a contrary meaning, in that comensurate with the Luciferic Principle – The art or craft of concealing darkness in light, standardized & processed milk exhibits a fundamental contradiction between substance & form. One may even describe it as “Sorcery & Mind Control 101.” In the white mostache one’s perception is corrected by painting it black – black is white – white is black as a nefarious occultic discipline suggests. Pulic “Education” also is a sophisticated, read “adulterated,” system of propaganda & indoctrination.

    Yale Bonesman cult whistle blower Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt who authored The Dumbing Down of America, & New York Public school System 35 year veteran John Taylor Gatto provide excellent insights. Dumbing Down can be down-loaded free off the web.

    Currently, see Feature Ted talk…
    Ken Robinson: How to Escape Education’s Death Valley
    http://tinyurl.com/d97p69q
    Hillary’s “No Child Left Behind,” predicated upon conformity, not diversity.”

    Today’s children “graduate” with degrees in boredom & not knowing how to make basic change of a facsimile ten dollar Federal Reserve chit, which justifies the author of the book, The Dumbing Down of America, Why not To Trust Anybody Under The Age of Thirty. True, a broad sweep, but the problem & truth of the author’s observation is also broad.

    1. Frankie Calcutta

      Elm,

      I love how you bring it back to milk. Spoken like a true Aryan. And by Aryan I mean noble. It really gets to the heart of the matter. We are at war with the enemies of milk.

      I wonder if the Russians would have lied and told the FBI that the Chechnyans were planning on selling raw milk, if we could have gotten more of a response by the Federal government and possibly have stopped the Boston bombing?

      I can’t recommend enough a glass of raw milk daily.

    2. E–

      “Hillary’s ‘No Child Left Behind'”–um really. The problem with an error that big is that everything else, even if true, is immediately questionable.

      1. Yes Sangacity, especially if “liberation” TO/TOO, is covertly intended & designed to result in a “liberation” FROM liberty & freedom, & THIS can be surreptitiously introduced & inculcated into the common perceptions of the masses as self-evident, a self-reiforceing & self- pertetuating fulcrum of conventional “wisdom.”

        Reference points, whether one is an imagination (FICTIONAL IMAGE or PERSONA) of the CORPORATE STATE, or one is a human being endowed with a living soul & a capacity for higher faculties created in the “Image” or attuned to the Frequency of THE Prime Mover, Creator, Master Conceptualizer or “Sender,” lead down distinctly different, & often opposing & discordant path, the first to the darkness of “illumination” & the latter emerging in to light or “en-lighten-ment.” THIS is the “choice” of “choosing” life over death – en-lighten-ment over Illumination.

        For instance, Dr. Alexander Beddoe in his book “Nourishment Home Grown,” poses the following question… “What is twice as hot as zero degrees centigrade?” Just to have some fun, I’ll post the reference point given by Dr. Beddoe later this evening.

        1. Dr. Beddoe responds to his above question with…

          “…If yours is a typical (thought or) response, it will (or may possibly) range anywhere from “I don’t know,” to “zero,” to “64 degrees Fahrenheit.” “These reponses,” however writes Beddoe,”all (would) illustrate the problem of “no reference point.” Note: Maybe no reference point is better than a false reference point. Mark Twain – “If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed.” However, “If you read the newspaper, you’re mis-informed.” There are many “true believers” of false reference points, like “fossil fuels” or the “germ” or “mutating cell” theories of disease for instance.

          Beddoe continues, “…Without knowing or understanding that there is a (correct) reference point to that question, we have no way of determining the answer. That reference point, to the question above, is minus 273 degrees centigrade, which is also known as “absolute zero” — the point at which all molecular vibration stops. Knowing the reference point, we can determine that the answer to the original question would be plus 273 degrees centigrade. This is because 0 degrees centigrade is 273 degrees above the absolute temperature of zero where all molecular motion stops, i.e., motion being frozen solid.”

          “… The problem of no reference point has plagued science from the very beginning. By rejecting a true or spiritual reference point, science has become “science falsely so called.” However, the concepts of Biologic Ionization (matter derived from light) have a bench mark or reference point, and that reference point, and that bench mark is creation — knowing that God is The Source and Sustainer of all that is. That the universe (both of & within the Conceptualizer, or Prime Sender simultaneously), and its Source, is friendly and the wellspring of wisdom and knowledge — no accident to our being and knowing.”

          “… Unfortunately,” writes Beddoe, “most science is based on an evolutionary (false reference point) concept — the “big bang.” That is, all that is, came about by an inevitable accident. Which is like saying that the Encyclopedia Britannica could have just as easily resulted from an explosion in a print shop (or that Osama was ever anything more than a useful myth). In this concept, there is no acknowledgement that man, a mortal creature of time and space, has any higher value or purpose than a temporary unknown (meaningless for his own sake) existence for three score and ten (as opposed to “four score & seven”). This concept says the universe is hostile, and since man is an accident of time, he must conquer or be conquered to be successful (a System of mutual predation, rather than a human society of mutual affirmation), productive and happy in this fleeting and futile existence.”

          About agriculture, Beddoe explains, “Modern” agriculture is based on an evolutionary (discordant rather than at-one-with) concept when it does not look to God The Source for friendly wisdom, guidance and understanding of how to solve what appears to be unsolvable. When man does not rely on celestial assistance (beyond planets that were shaped into gods) he is (or becomes) a victim of time and space. He functions from fear (an engine of consent) and so attacks the symptoms instead of the cause (allopathic medicine & agriculture). He does not learn the Divine principles of reasoning from cause to effect. Therefore, he must wait for (a) problem or disease to manifest itself. He then names the symptoms and attacks the symptoms with substances that are, for most part, foreign and poisonous to the whole biologic mechanism of life.”

          “… Agricultural education, how we work with the challenges of the soil, plants and animals on our farms, what we think of ourselves, what we think of others, (and our treatment of them), our family and social relationships — are all greatly affected by our reference point.” It only takes a single false reference point to spell d i s a s t o r.

          “…In an evolutionary concept you have the gods of science, of industry, of medicine, of world politics and of world finance. The masses are followers to be directed, used or duped as may best suit the purpose of the gods. Whenever it is to the advantage of the gods, the followers are kept (or led into) in ignorance. While certain (Commercial or nominal) values are given to the masses (a faceless & souless abstraction), the advantage is always to the gods — particularly in matters of money by which the masses are controlled.” Thus, “… I care not who makes it’s laws,” blah, blah, blah — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild.

          1. Robert Barricklow

            As always Elm, your analysis informs and; for me, it’s like being rebooted, afresh.
            As I’ve said before, it’s not only part of the neceassy self-education, but one’s self-defense, as well.
            Thanks.

  8. Frankie Calcutta

    A couple thoughts on this article:

    as we are talking about officers being disciplined and not Appalachian or inner city high school drop out enlisted men, it raises a few eyebrows because, while I agree completely with the idiocracy overtaking our culture, Air Force officers would have to haves some wherewithal still and I don’t believe our officer corps and the entirety of our college graduates have succumbed to total idiocracy.. yet. I would have to agree with Larry’s high octane speculation that there may be more to this action then meets the eye. Notice “mishandling of launch codes” is thrown in nonchalantly with the other far more minor transgressions noted above in the commanding officer’s disciplinary email. Almost as if the commanding officer is trying to downplay an incident taking place with the launch codes but bundling it in with “long hair, and too much tv, etc” Things that may grab our attention and distract us from the true eyebrow raiser– the mishandling of the launch codes.

    I always assumed (based on something I must have read years ago) that the Air Force was spun off from the Army after WWII to get the missiles and the nukes that went with them, along with air defenses and nuclear tipped bombers, out of the hands of the Army and into this new creation– the Air Force. My hunch would be that the forces behind the creation of the Air Force did not have the national interest in mind when they finagled its creation but instead some selfish interest. It makes me immediately suspect the usual suspects– the then budding breakaway civilization or zionists, or even communists in the US government.

    Considering it is the Pentagon that is now breathing down the neck of the Air Force, my high octane speculation would be that elements in the Pentagon are keeping a close eye on the Air Force which may have other loyalties and the Pentagon may even be trying to reign the Air Force in and bring it back under patriotic military command. Lets not forget the other recent incidents with the Air Force such as the missing nukes.

    And if the Air Force does answer to supranationalistic powers, then you can expect those powers will attempt to make the best of this incident, if they didn’t engineer it in the first place, and use the personnel incompetence to usher in either more automation at the nuclear missile launch pads, or possibly private sub-contractors or even foreigners– Israelis or NATO, to replace the “idiotic” Americans.

    1. johnycomelately

      Great catch, wasn’t it the airforce that refused ‘assistance’ in Benghazi when the CIA was left hanging out on a limb.

      It seems that the various branches are in conflict, perhaps some patriots are beginning to wake up which is being noticed by superiors.

    2. “as if the commanding officer is trying to downplay an incident taking place with the launch codes but bundling it in with “long hair, and too much tv, etc”- I guess I was trying to allude to that myself but obviously failed-

      but it’s still not clear if all these gentlemen were scattered at different bases, in certain clusters, or all at the same site- my gut feeling is these men had witnessed something out of their control (remember the various reports from past decades where missle launch systems were at least temporarily rendered inoperable due to an “unknown” (or not) forces?)-

      my guess is these men are being re-educated “Soviet-style” to keep their mouths shut- stay well, Frankie-

      Larry

      1. Frankie Calcutta

        Larry,

        ” I guess I was trying to allude to that myself but obviously failed-”

        I got the gist of what you were saying exactly. The Air Force Colonel’s disciplinary email sort of reminds me of the movie “American Graffiti” when the nerdy underage drinker goes into the liquor store to buy a bottle of booze for the girl he met. Before asking the shopkeeper for the pint of Old Harper, the nervous young man tries to throw him off by asking to buy a comb, some beef jerky, a magazine, and a few other odds and ends before finally requesting the liquor.

        I don’t know for sure if they were all stationed in one silo or not. I’ve got visions of a bunch of unfit, idiotic US soldiers acting like frat party weekend, playing ping pong and video games with visiting Israeli “art students” and a couple Chinese spies posing as take-out food deliverers. A couple of beautiful Russian girls are also there. They just happened to be riding their bikes past the nuclear missile silo when they got a flat tire and had to knock on the silo door to get assistance from the soldiers. They also just happened to be wearing bikinis and have lots of marijuana and vodka.

  9. wow, Dr. Farrell, I don’t think I’ve ever experienced anyone who can piece-meal the American edumacation sistem more ellokwentlee than yoo 🙂

    as Bill Hicks stated (his expoundings had to do with gays/”don’t ask-don’t tell” being admitted into the military): “anyone who is DUMB enough to enlist in the military needs to be admitted”-

    I figure there are three personality types who would consider volontary military service (yes, I know I’m grossly generalizing): A: hateful, killer types wanting “action”- B: those with no developed skills but just smart enough to realise the military is their only hope for work/a future- C: those of above average intelligence who realise because they’re smarter than the average GI can make a mega, power-hungered career “real fast”-

    but one would think the air force would demand more “smarts” than standing armies or drunken sailors-

    what is not stated in the linked article is if all of these men were scattered or if they were at the same site!- IF the latter, could it be they weren’t really incompetent but relieved of their duties to silence them for some reason?- I don’t know- just “high octane speculation” on my part-

    anyway, one must consider the source of this article: CNN- I just have to ask myself why this incident was publicized to begin with (if this really happened) or is CNN just inventing the news again to distract the public from more pressing issues?- I don’t have the answer-

    stay well all- regards-

    Larry in Germany

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