Literally Thoughtless

NPCs genuinely don’t have a life of the mind. When you find yourself asking someone the question “what were you thinking?” keep in mind that one of the legitimate possibilities is “literally nothing”.

I think I’m very different from most people because of one main thing. I never thought with language. Ever. I moved to Canada when I was 2 from Asia, and have been basically been around English speakers my whole life. I’m in my twenties now and I can speak it relatively well, and can understand every single word. However, growing up, I never ever thought with language. Not once did I ever think something in my mind with words like “What are my friends doing right now?” to planning things like “I’m going to do my homework right after watching this show.” I went through elementary school like this, I went through Highschool like this, I went through University like this…and I couldnt help but feel something was off about me that I couldnt put my hand on. Just last year, I had a straight up revalation, ephiphany….and this is hard to explain…but the best way that I can put it is that…I figured out that I SHOULD be thinking in language. So all of a sudden, I made a conscious effort to think things through with language. I spent a years time refining this new “skill” and it has COMPLETELY, and utterly changed my perception, my mental capabilities, and to be frank, my life. I can suddenly describe my emotions which was so insanely confusing to me before…. Since I now have this new “skill” I can only describe my past life as ….”Mindless”…”empty”…..”soul-less”….

Sadly, it appears that he is very far from alone in this regard. Consider the anecdote where half the class genuinely refuses to believe the other half’s insistence that one can think in words. Or this anecdote, which explains why memes and movies are inordinately influential:

I almost never think in language unless I actively try to, like when reading or when prompted. The flip side is I have a very vivid imagination. I never need to think things out explicitly in words because I think in visual/spatial concepts. For many years I thought the idea that people have “internal monologues” was a literary device. I didn’t think anyone actually thought in words all the time, and frankly the idea still seems weird to me.

This may sound crazy, but both science and observation make it clear that unconscious brain activity precedes conscious thought. Even my martial arts sensei used to tell us to stop thinking and trust our muscle memory, because the process of observe-decide-act was much slower than the process of react-as-trained. Often, when I was sparring at my best, I had no idea what I or my opponent were doing at the time, and we’d have to reconstruct what had happened by discussing the round afterward.

The apparent connection between wordlessness and abstract visual/spatial thinking makes me wonder if my heightened ability to see the logical – or illogical – patterns in texts may stem in part from my severe limitations with regards to spatial relations. The multilingual aspect is also intriguing, as the ability to speak a language is said to correlate highly with the unconscious use of it in one’s internal monologue as well as in one’s dreams. My high school German teacher used to tell us that you knew you had reached a comfortable conversational level in a language once you began dreaming in it, and I have found that to be true.

For example, what was once a solid conversational ability in Japanese has degraded to virtually nothing after 34 years of not speaking or hearing it. And yet, not long after I started listening to Babymetal, I was surprised to occasionally find myself making mental observations with Japanese phrases I’d regularly utilized while living in Sagamihara. The mind is truly a strange and wonderful thing.

But regardless, the extent of this wordless interior life amongst the general population underlines the importance of rhetoric, particularly visual rhetoric, as well as the strict limitations on the utility of dialectic.


Why Women Shouldn’t Lead

The Premier of Estonia demonstrates, with her fascinating example of how to view geopolitics from the perspective of a junior high school girl’s approach to boys. That’ll show that him!

UPDATE: Exhibit 2 on the subject.

Finland has officially announced its intention of joining the NATO military alliance. During a cabinet meeting on Sunday, President Sauli Niinistö and ministers “agreed that Finland would apply for membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO),” a government statement read.

Finnish accession to the US-led bloc would require the unanimous approval of the existing 30 member states, including Turkey, which has suggested it could veto the move. A report on Finland’s planned membership will be submitted to the national parliament once it’s endorsed at a government plenary session, the statement went on to say.

Our decision is historic. The most important thing is the safety of Finland and our citizens. The decision strengthens security and cooperation between the Nordic countries,” Prime Minister Sanna Marin said.

Nothing like committing yourself to war with Russia on someone else’s say-so to strengthen your security. This also demonstrates that there is no contradiction between evil and stupidity; for this sort of thing, large quantities of both are required.


The Problem with Twitter

The problem with Twitter is not its management, its Trust & Safety Council, or its anti-free speech policy. The problem is that MPAI (Most People Are Idiots) and social media magnifies their idiocy. Consider the following exchange on Gab, after Andrew Torba reposted my comment about Jordan Peterson and other Pied Pipers of the Right.

Elon Musk is not, and will never be, one of “the good guys”. Neither is Joe Rogan, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro, Glenn Beck, Dennis Prager, or any other figurehead elevated and propped up by the wicked corpocracy. When will morons on the right stop falling for the same charade?

@voxday I love it when people say stuff like this then offer zero examples to back up their reasoning. And then when someone says something contrary to the OP the response is “you’re retarded.” That doesn’t make anyone believe what you’ve said; even if @a reposts your vague statement.

@rurallifemurica @a First, I’ve published an entire book exposing Jordan Peterson, and written dozens of posts documenting political frauds from Bill O’Reilly to Ben Shapiro. Literally 3 seconds of effort on your part were required, but you couldn’t even manage that. Second, since you are observably incapable of having your mind changed by information, there is absolutely no point in providing you with more detailed information. Rhetoric is all you speak, so rhetoric is all you get. Third, you’re retarded.

The fact that most people are limited to rhetorical communication and lurch from one position to another on the basis of their emotional manipulation by external sources is why social media is ultimately just another societal management tool for the elite. A recent study that paid inveterate Fox News watchers to watch CNN for an extended of period of time demonstrated, contrary to the study’s hypothesis, that the views of those watchers changed considerably in response to what is, quite literally, the programming of their minds.

Any platform that wishes to remain functional on a dialectic level will find it necessary to limit access to it, or it will rapidly descend into precisely the same morass of moronics that engulfs every popular social media platform, regardless of its orientation and policies. This is why we harbor no desire to open up either SocialGalactic or comments on other platforms to the public.

As one SGer observed, “It’s not an echo chamber. It’s a high-pass IQ filter.”


Zero Sympathy

Of my six nuclear family members, one is dead and the other was in the ER this week. Unsurprisingly, those are two of the three members of the family who are vaxxed and boosted. I’m not asking for any condolences or whatever, I’m simply pointing it out so you understand that I’m not speaking as an individual with no personal experience of family casualties when I say something that will probably sound callous and cruel to many of you. Which is this:

None of you reprehensively stupid idiots who got vaccinated deserve one single iota of sympathy from anyone if you experience an adverse effect from your submission to experimental gene therapy forced upon the world by global population reductionists. This goes 3x for those who were dumb enough to get vaccinated twice, then boosted. Karl Denninger explains:

I will say this with utter certainty: I’ve never seen an obituary page with this sort of toll among young people and given the absence of older people, who die all the time of old age, of course, the magnitude of this wave of death is quite clear.

We all know good and n well why these younger people died. “Died suddenly”, absent a car crash (which would be listed) or OD (which is sometimes not since an obit is typically not intended to shame anyone) doesn’t happen in young people on a statistical basis. Yes, young people do die — they get cancer, they die of belief they are Superman (especially common in young males) and they also, in certain demographics, have a habit of getting shot, stabbed and similar — none of which is “died suddenly”.

If you want a calibration on exactly how ridiculous this pattern of death is you can have it quite-easily. You see, there are a few people who were young and killed the usual ways young people die. A couple of motorcycle accidents. Childhood cancer and another caused by asbestos. Misfortune in the backcountry. A man convicted of a crime who killed himself before sentencing. And a Covid-19 death, an illness that got the better of the person.

But what of the rest?

You know damn well why those people are dead and death on this scale among young people has never been seen before.

You let this happen, America.

You haven’t done one damn thing to the Mayors, Governors, CEOs, “Health Departments”, so-called “Public Health” organizations such as Vanderbilt and Johns Hopkins, colleges and others who mandated these jabs, expelling and firing those who refused.

I made clear that my expectation was that while there would be a big spike in the immediate fatality rate — and there was — it wouldn’t be over after that.

And it both wasn’t — and isn’t.

You did this America.

You let them do it.

And you still are.

Take a bow.

Your child, spouse, significant other, loved one — or you — may well be next and having done the stupid thing there’s not a damn thing you can do now to stop it; that option expired when you let the original acts take place without putting a stop to it as soon as the signals on safety showed up — which, I remind you, we knew about and I wrote about before the mass campaign began and thus every bit of this was completely avoidable.

It’s not a tragedy when consequences happen to people who do stupid things. It’s just inevitable. It doesn’t matter how anyone feels about it, for better or for worse, bad things are going to happen to people who did stupid things. As my pureblood brother says, “‘suddenly’ is not a cause of death”.

I did my mourning 18 months ago, when I had to watch the majority of my acquaintances, friends, and family members ignore my warnings in favor of following the advice of people who openly advocate reducing the number of humans on the planet. To be honest, I felt worse about their abject stupidity than I did about the increased probabilities that they would eventually experience some sort of negative consequences from their submission to the satanist program.

I still hope most of them will turn out to be all right; after all, what is an average reduced lifespan of five years or so when most people are living 15 years longer than their great-grandparents? Four score and ten is all we’re promised anyhow. I’m not looking to dance on anyone’s grave or tell anyone “I told you so.” However, I’m not going to feign any shock, sorrow, or surprise when those who have done obviously stupid things experience undesirable consequences.

Get used to saying politely: “I’m sorry to hear that.” And leave it at that. What’s done is done, and there is no point in saying anything else.


It Has Always Been The Flu

The Andrew Anglin committee very patiently spells everything out for even the most retarded.

If you’ve already understood this little game you can play with the media’s “different from the flu hoax,” then I apologize for talking to you like you’re a retard, but I hope it amused you. If you still don’t understand this and are still talking about how “covid is different from the flu because you lose your sense of smell,” after reading me explain this to you for two years, then you literally are retarded, and you deserve to be talked to like a retarded person.

None of the claims that I have made have been outrageous, none of them have been disproved, all of them probably qualify as self-evident.

What we appear to have here is another “midwit crisis.”

When I tell some guy working at the Sunoco, “this is all just a big hoax – they just renamed the flu,” the standard reply is “man, that’s what I been saying!”

Meanwhile, most intelligent people on the internet have completely given up on all of this bat soup and lab leak gibberish, and have come around to agree that the alleged coronavirus is a rebranding of the flu.

This is what I have said:

It didn’t come from bat soup
It didn’t come from a laboratory
The government is openly faking the numbers
Hospitals are openly being paid by the government to fake numbers
Hospitals are being paid to put people on ventilators that kill them
It is not more deadly than the normal flu (we have no way of knowing exact numbers because of all of the fakery, but none of you know anyone who died from it)
It does not have unique characteristics that have not been recorded in previous flus
The way it was allegedly isolated is absurd, and proves nothing
The PCR test is a joke
Antibody tests pick up antibodies for the common cold, which is also a coronavirus
The widely-distributed vaccine is now causing a disease indistinguishable from “covid-19”
And, most importantly:

If the media and government wouldn’t have mentioned the existence of a new disease, no one would have noticed a new disease. That includes hospitals.

There would have been back page news stories about a flu outbreak in Italy and a malaria outbreak in India, like there are back page articles about regional disease outbreaks every year. It’s possible that papers in medical journals would have been published about differences in the 2020 flu strand, but it’s unlikely, because there are no identifiably unique characteristics of “coronavirus” in comparison with the normal respiratory viruses we’ve always had. That’s all.

The “coronavirus pandemic” is a complete creation of the government/media, and of the lying medical industrial complex, with the obvious purpose of completely restructuring global human society at rocket-pace.

They want you to stop working, they want you on a digital currency UBI system, they want to cram you into high-rise tenements where you can watch Netflix and porn until you die.

He’s generally right. There was no effective bioweapon; it is the vaccine that is the bioweapon. While there have obviously been serial attempts to manufacture a gain-of-function, disease-based bioweapon for decades, the way this scenario has played out suggests that those efforts have continued to fail and the rebranding and replacement of the flu was the result of plan F being put into play.

Even though I coined the acronym MPAI, the expansive limits of human stupidity still manage to astonish me. The way in which a substantial portion of the population actually fell for the magical “disappearance of the flu in 2020” meme will forever mark the hard boundary between “functioning mind” and “non-functioning mind” for me.

It is interesting to see the way in which “midwit” has entered the language though. I’m glad to see that other observers of the human condition are finding it to be a useful concept.


Mailvox: More Funerals

A reader writes from New Brunswick:

In our town of about 2000 people there have been 10 deaths in the last three months. My wife asked the local priest about it, he said that normally the deaths were one every two months or so. Apparently there have been 10 funerals since July. My wife asked the priest about it and he said there were younger, healthier people than normal dying, and he was concerned, but he hadn’t made the connection to the vaccines yet.

Eventually, and probably sooner rather than later, even the average midwit who has been fully vaccinated is going to make the connection. It will be interesting to see what their reaction will be, but we can be confident that whatever it is, it will be driven by fear.


The Mark of the Retarded

What part of “get off the train while you still can” is hard to understand? Or better yet, don’t get on the cursed thing.

The CEO of pharmaceutical giant Moderna says that even younger people will have to get vaccine booster shots at least once every three years, meaning that a two-tier society which punishes the unvaccinated could remain in place indefinitely.

According to Stephane Bancel, the pandemic will continue for at least another year, at which point there will be enough vaccine doses “so that everyone on this Earth can be vaccinated.”

This includes jabs for infants and booster shots for those who require them.

“Those who don’t get vaccinated will immunize themselves naturally because the Delta variant is so contagious,” said Bancel, although he went on to assert that such people would still get ill.

“You can either get vaccinated and have a good winter. Or you don’t do it and risk getting sick and possibly even ending up in hospital,” said the Moderna CEO.

Bancel says life will return to normal “in a year,” but that this will be dependent on people continuing to receive regular COVID-19 booster jabs.

The CEO said older and vulnerable people would “undoubtedly” need refresher shots at least once a year, while even younger people who face an infinitesimal chance of dying from the virus will need booster shots every three years.

They’ll need the boosters to keep themselves from dying of the vaxxes. This isn’t the Mark of the Beast. It’s the Mark of the Retarded.


Mailvox: Vaxx Zombies

There are an increasing number of reports, as well as some dire traffic statistics, that appear to indicate that the range of adverse vaxx effects may be broader, and more consequential, than anyone presently understands:

My family lives in Minnesota. The other day my Dad went out for a walk with one of his old coworkers from 3M, they went to battle creek park. As my Dad waited for his colleague, he sat on a bench facing a slow street. He said he noticed a truck with a bike on the back, in the middle of the street angled as if it was going to try to park on the side of the road. The young white driver, about 30, was slouched over the center console and would not get up. During the course of 15 minutes my dad watched him in a daze, making small movements trying to get up. His friend arrives shortly and my dad points this out to him.

Dad and friend agree to call 911, they arrive, they talk to the guy, the guy passes all the intoxication tests, befuddling my dad. Anyway, long story short, the cop let’s him drive away and several moments later my dad hears an incredibly loud metallic bang.

They turn and see the driver drove straight into a tree totalling the vehicle.

Hearing this, I thought, vaccine poisoning. Witnessing increasingly terrible drivers, accidents happening out of the blue to previously healthy individuals, I think we are going to see more of this type of stuff happen.

I don’t know exactly how this “vaxx zombie” phenomenon could be triggered by the vaxx, but I suppose anything that creates thrombosis, strokes, and blood clots in the brain must be capable of impairing human behavior in a variety of ways. I haven’t noticed anything like this myself, but then, it’s hard for me to distinguish between normal everyday MPAI and genuine physical impairment.


If You’re Vaccinated, You’re Retarded

I’m sorry, but it’s true. You put potentially lethal poison into your body because a group of people you know to have been repeatedly confirmed to be liars told you to do it. I don’t care what your retarded justifications and excuses were. You’re literally as stupid as the idiot who drinks antifreeze or huffs spraypaint.

Sure, Covid can kill you, even if you’re not old or obese, but so can stepping on the soap in the shower and you’re not injecting yourself with poison that won’t protect you from that.

“There is no medical or epidemiological justification for the Covid passport, it is only intended to pressure the unvaccinated to vaccinate.”
— Israeli Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz

When people finally begin to understand what has been done to them and their children, it’s going to look like The Purge, except it will be doctors and scientists being hunted.


When vaxxing makes it worse

I wish I could say that it’s astonishing how after a) coming down with Covid despite being vaccinated twice with the Pfizer not-vaccine and b) infecting his seven-year-old daughter, an NFL analyst somehow concludes this means it’s really important for everyone to be vaccinated. But I can’t, because it’s just more evidence that Most People Are Idiots.

NFL Network’s Rich Eisen got COVID earlier this month despite being fully vaccinated with the double Pfizer shot early this year. He and his wife were in Boston on July 12, about to leave for a week’s vacation in Italy, when he felt a tickle in the back of his throat. Nothing serious. But he had to be tested to travel to Italy, and the test came back positive. A second test came back positive. Eisen had to quarantine in a Boston hotel room for 10 days. His wife, who tested negative, flew back to California—where their 7-year-old daughter was newly positive for COVID. Within a couple of days, Eisen told me, “The symptoms presented like a freight train—night sweats, chills, loss of appetite,” he said. “It hit me pretty hard for three or four days.”

Many would look at Eisen and say, What good is the vaccine if you get the disease after being vaccinated? Eisen looks at it this way:

“The vaccine is not 100 percent effective in preventing COVID,” he told me Saturday. “But it is very effective in keeping you out of the hospital—or worse. I believe getting the vaccine kept me off a ventilator. And getting the vaccine will not only improve your chances of not being infected, but if you’re infected, decrease your chance of dying.

“All I’ve heard from the unvaccinated is it’s time to just live with it and get back to normal. Well, I tried that, and I ended up in quarantine with COVID, and most likely I passed it to my 7-year-old daughter. So you not getting the vaccine makes COVID more prevalent in society, and could cause the next variant to be worse, and to pierce my immunity.”

Eisen’s voice was rising. “My wife and I, as parents, are supposed to protect our children. My 7-year-old gets it, probably from me, after I was vaccinated,” he said. “So now . . . it’s personal for me.”

These utterly ignorant idiots don’t understand that it is the flawed vaccines that are causing the next variant to be worse, not the unvaccinated. If it had been left to progress naturally through the population, the virus would have become more infectious and less harmful, like every other virus in history. It’s already doing that, which is why the Delta variant is estimated to be 10x less lethal than the original one.

However, due to the Antibody Dependent Enhancement problem that is derived from how the mRNA vaccines operate, even these less lethal variants will be dangerous to the vaccinated. This is a problem that scientists were concerned about when the vaccines were first released; read this selection from an article published in February 2021 very carefully, then think about its implications in light of the Eisen case.

The Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines have been rolled out in many parts of the world, along with the AstraZeneca/Oxford, Gamaleya, and CanSino adenovirus vector vaccines. Those look to be joined soon by J&J’s adenovirus vector and Novavax’s recombinant protein subunit vaccines, and likely more after that. So here’s the key question: did any of these show ADE hints during their development? And are any of them showing signs of it now?

The short answers: they did not. And they are not. Antibody-dependent enhancement was specifically tested for in the animal models as these candidates were being developed (re-exposure of vaccinated animals to coronavirus to see how protective the vaccine was). And no cases of more severe disease were seen – I’ve gone back through the reported preclinical studies, and I don’t think I’ve missed one, and what I’m seeing is not one single case of ADE for any of them. Indeed, as mentioned above, if something like that had shown up, it would have immediately released a bucket of clin-dev and regulatory sand into the gears of the whole project.

How about the human clinical trials? Again, no signs of ADE were seen. This is a bit less definitive, since we did not run deliberate “Here, have another blast of virus” challenges on the human participants the way we did in the preclinical studies. But at the same time, these trial participants were out there in the real world being monitored for signs of infection. The dramatic plots of the data after even one dose of the vaccines speak for themselves: the trials did hardly saw people getting infected at all after vaccination, and most certainly not with even more severe disease. To the contrary: one of the big features of the vaccines is that across the board they seem to almost totally wipe out the appearance of severe coronavirus symptoms. We’re still collecting data on transmissibility after vaccination and so on (things are looking good, though), but what seems to be beyond doubt is that the vaccinated subjects, over and over, show up with no severe coronavirus cases and no hospitalizations.

That is the opposite of what you would expect if ADE were happening. Remember, the bad thing about antibody-dependent enhancement is that it leads to more severe disease when you’re exposed again to the pathogen (or when you’re exposed after being vaccinated for it). And we’re just not seeing that. At all. 

They weren’t seeing it back in February. But they certainly are starting to see it now. The best case is that it’s just variant cases against which the vaccines are no good, like getting the flu after getting a flu shot designed for a different flu strain. The worse case is that the increasing number of vaccinated subjects being hospitalized with Covid is evidence of ADE. The worst case, of course, is CASE NIGHTMARE KITTY, which would result in the death of everyone who is infected by Covid after being vaccinated, but fortunately, that does not appear to be the situation.

However, an older article by the same author, from December 2020, described the main worry as something that is confirmed to have been observed.

I would say that the main worry for any ADE effects would be if the coronavirus mutates to the point that the antibodies generated by the current vaccines become non-neutralizing. And honestly, I don’t see that happening.

Except it already has.