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The Windmill of Tomorrow

Posted by Bob on December 30th, 2010 under Coaching Session, Political Correctness

It is HILARIOUS that our established religion’s idea of futuristic power sources is WINDMILLS! But no one is allowed to laugh in church.

The only major advance in social science in half a century has been the study of animal behavior. Instead of seeing herd animals as mindless brutes who clump together ONLY for fear of predators, we have discovered that they have class systems and dictatorships more rigid and cruel than the greatest tyrannies Rousseau and Marx faced.

Today’s social science chugs along on the assumption that all inequality is the result of economic disadvantage. All inequality is UNNATURAL, not like the innocent beasts of the field. That crap is as out of date as the 4500 year old earth.

Boone Pickens made himself a saint of our established religion when he tried to make WINDMILLS the Way of the Future. He lost two billion.

If you watch old movies, you know how to identify Men from the Year 2000. They wore a uniform , tight, solid color, with little gold epaulets on the shoulders.

All of them. Men and women, children and adults. It saved the B movie makers a MINT. I am sure that the same 2000 AD uniforms used in Things to Come in 1937 were used on TV’s Buck Rogers two decades later.

But no one took it seriously that we today would be WEARING a solid color uniform. If that uniform were adopted today as The Inevitable Future, every Mommy Professor would line up to get studies financed that proved that that is the direction fashion is going, and every documentary on clothes would end with a Sermon on how, with all the apparent contradictions, clothing has been moving in that direction since Egypt.

Our ancestors would have laughed out loud if they saw The Sermon on our documentaries today. The Technology of the Future, they say, a blaring of trumpets and then — WINDMILLS!

Oh, yes, Futuristic Windmills with the funny pointed shapes, but always the same ones, every bit as predictable today as the uniform of the Man From the Year 2000 was in the B movies.

It must save the documentary makers a mint.

  1. #1 by Simmons on 12/30/2010 - 11:27 am

    Cults never get anything right, and the green cult is no different. One day those monstrosities will break down and there will no more tax breaks acting as subsidies to allow a company to actually go out there and deconstruct them in order to rebuild them and what will happen is an abandonment in place or scavengers will get real ballsy with cutting torches and fell them for scrap. The green cult will move on just as all other cults are allowed to do and once more covered by the Big Momma notion of PC, “We don’t talk about that.”

    Its the same for the liberal cult for nigger production, millions of niggers were produced for the welfare state, but voila the inevitable has happened Mommy Prof’s theory of the Blank Slate is bunkum and the human nuclear detrius is best forgotten. Sorry kind black folks but at best the information produced about blacks is so two dimensional I wish I could turn the view sideways to see if black actually exist in the liberal world view. Big Momma says, “ssshhhh we don’t talk about niggers anymore.”

    Anyway go to one of the green cult’s premiere websites produced by some group called the American Studygroup for Peak Oil and mention that a thourough audit of the cost benefits of windmills is in order, the mods at will bounce you that day. I was bounced for asking what carbon taxes would do to the poor and actually who would be responsible if granny had to pay double for everything. Yes its a religion.

  2. #2 by James C on 12/30/2010 - 8:39 pm

    Visions of the future were all the rage back when America was White: jet-packs, flying cars, robots & space exploration not only excited and inspired our imaginations, they almost seemed like destiny.

    Look at the visions of the future we had in the early 20th century think about how that reflcted the Zeitgeist. Compare that with sci-fi from the era of Multi-culturalism.

    There is no trace of the endless possibilities and Aryan spirit of exploration that typified the old era. Multicultural sci-fi tends towards angst-ridden, political soap-operas that are merely adorned with the trappings of high technology &/or space.

    The word “Future” has become synonymous with “Dystopian”.

    The prevalence of Apocalyptic movies and shows like “Life After People” reflects this death-wish sickness that is such a fundamental part of Political Correctness.

    I think that at some level, everyone intuitively understands where their society is headed, even if few actually think about it.

    At some level everyone can sense that Political Correctness is a dead end, with its greatest technological dream being the ability to recycle human waste into an ecologically sustainable food source.

  3. #3 by rdc75 on 12/31/2010 - 6:59 am

    Peak Oil is a reality and we should deal with it instead of dreaming of fusion-tech that has been “just around a corner” for the last 50 years.

    However, I think that Peak Oil is great for us.

    Just think of it:

    – Without all that cheap energy the welfare-state will collapse and cities like Detroit or Chicago will become White again, because the Blacks do not have the foresight to survive a winter on their own without their welfare-checks. (Of course I am not talking about individuals surviving but about the welfare-mothers ability to feed their children because that is the only thing that matters in the long run) They are adapted to a tropical environment where there are no seasons. The reason why we are so different is that our ancestors had to plan for the winter while theirs never had to, even up to today. Whites always planned for blacks, be it slave-owners or the tax-supported welfare-state. Without Whites and without cheap energy, they cannot survive for long in an environment that has seasons. And without cheap energy, the Whites just can no longer afford these pets anymore.

    – With expensive oil, everything becomes more expensive, especially food. Expensive food means that many illegal aliens will no longer be able to earn enough to pay for their food. In other words, cheap labor will no longer be so cheap because even cheap labor has to eat. Most Whites can survive with an effective 50% pay-cut and still function, but cheap labor cannot take that cut because of the hard natural limit of subsistence. – Therefore many Whites will no longer be able to afford to pay brown people to do their chores, so those brown people (or at least most of those who do not work in agriculture) will disappear.

    – Expensive oil means that we all have to cut back on luxuries like huge mac-mansions, SUVs and welfare. But the whole university-complex is also a huge luxury that just cannot live by itself that will become a lot smaller when energy becomes really expensive. Therefore we will also lose most mommy-professors simply because Mr. and Mrs. White can no longer afford to pay enormous sums for the “education” of their pampered child.

    – Bob, you know your history: Have you ever wondered where more than 1 million inhabitants of Rome went? After the collapse of the Roman Empire, Rome became a village of maybe 10000 inhabitants, where did all the rest go? The answer of course is that the difference between the 10000 and the million were for the most part welfare-bums who just starved after the Roman welfare state collapsed.

    It happened before, it will happen again – and I am looking forward to it.

    Cheap oil has allowed the state to turn the natural order upside down and let people who cannot even feed themselves multiply, but that will soon end.

    So yes, we will have more windmills in the future, AFAIK Germany is already generating 15% of it’s electricity and you see a lot of windmills in countries that have the foresight to realize that the oil-bonanza will not last forever.

  4. #4 by Creator on 12/31/2010 - 9:22 am

    Here is a quote I got in the mail the other day:
    “The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled,
    public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be
    tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be
    curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work,
    instead of living on public assistance.” – Cicero , 55 BC
    Funny, how little many things have really changed….

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