Monday, June 17, 2013
  Random items

(1) Strikes me as interesting that the Kurdish revolt in Turkey ended a few months ago, and soon thereafter the Goldman-driven hippieshit revolt in Turkey started. Were the Kurds being run by Goldman as well? Or were they just serving Goldman's purpose of destabilizing the world's only sane government? More likely the latter. When the Kurdish destabilizing stopped, Goldman had to start a new low-level revolt.

(2) Thinking about the old trite cartoon of fish evolving to humans. Of course it's clear by now that those 'stages' weren't stages at all; it's clear that all major types of critter were present in the original genome, if not necessarily instantiated at the start. But even if you accept the sequence idea, there's something deeply wrong with the last two stages.

The cartoon typically goes: fish, salamander, bear, ape, human. Okay, swimming makes sense. Four-footed walking makes sense. But the half-upright gait of apes DOESN'T make sense. The conventional Darwinian story assumes that the human two-footed gait is a sort of accidental and precarious outgrowth of the supposedly more normal ape gait. Nonsense. Two-footed walking is demonstrably one of the 'resonant modes' of animal form, because all birds do it. Broadening our view to all living things, standing upright on a narrow base is an even stronger 'phase-lock point'. Most plants and trees do it. So it seems more likely that the half-upright ape stance is the secondary and precarious outgrowth. (And apes aren't doing very well, are they?)

(3) News from one of the totally wacked (i.e. non-Turkey) governments:

Ian Brady, the "Moors murderer", is due to begin a legal hearing today in which he will effectively ask for the right to end his life, a move that other victims’ relatives are opposing.

Satan at work. Satan refuses to punish crime in any way that helps to reduce crime; and when a criminal offers to create his own punishment, Satan must refuse that as well. Confusion, contradiction and criminality must reign supreme.

(4) Polistra is bemused by the idiot Futurist who assumes that humans will evolve to look like Polistra.



Why are Futurists so uniformly incurably stupid? Those bug-eyed people are Western elite types, Hollywood types. They look like Ed Snowden and his pole-dancing girlfriend. Those types won't be around 100,000 years from now, because Western elite types ARE NOT REPRODUCING. They have already "evolved" into fags and dykes. Overall, the elite countries are way below replacement rates.

The people who are reproducing are darker and larger, and their bodies are growing much faster than their eyes.

Let's focus on the idiot futurist notion that big eyes mean better survival. What is the function of any sense? To give you an accurate picture of your surroundings. Which sense is easiest to deceive? The eyes, followed closely by the ears. Which sense is hardest to deceive? Tactile, followed closely by olfactory. If you've got your hands on something, you know what it is.

The elites understand this point thoroughly. They have taken full control of our eyes, SLAMMING SLAMMING SLAMMING SLAMMING an unending tachistoscopic stream of evil deception into our eyes day and night. And they are trying to obliterate all smells, in the name of Die-Versity for people who are supposedly Distinctly Enabled By Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

So. If we assume (badly) that size of organ implies strength of sense, and if we assume (correctly) that people with superior tactile and olfactory senses acquire the most accurate and least fool-able picture of their surroundings, then we come right back to Africans, don't we? Wide nostrils, long fingers, hard to fool, reproducing fast. Maybe, just maybe, old Ma Nature knows exactly what she's doing.

Like it says up there in the icon. "Look about you. Take hold of the things that are here. Let them talk to you." ... GW Carver.
 


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Polistra was named after the original townsite of Manhattan (the one in Kansas). When I was growing up in Manhattan, I spent a lot of time exploring by foot, bike, and car. I discovered the ruins of an old mill along Wildcat Creek, and decided (inaccurately) that it was the remains of the original site of Polistra. Accurate or not, I've always liked the name, with its echoes of Poland (an under-appreciated friend of freedom) and stars. ==== The title icon is explained here. ==== Switchover: This 2007 entry marks a sharp change in worldview from neocon to pure populist. ===== The long illustrated story of Polistra's Dream is a time-travel fable, attempting to answer the dangerous revision of New Deal history propagated by Amity Shlaes. The Dream has 8 episodes, linked in a chain from the first. This entry explains the Shlaes connection.

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