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Sick and Tired of Getting Told What to Do by American Apes

Weeks before the Iowa caucuses of January 3, I started working on a new post. The essay was something to be titled: The Imminent Collapse of the Evil American Empire and Its Implication for Homeland U.S.

It still remains so; I'm going to elaborate on Gerald Celente's prediction for 2012. Celente is a "trend forecaster" with a proven track record. Unlike other crisis-mongering prophets in the U.S., he has a crystal ball that isn't clouded with any half-baked ideology.

I knew from the beginning that it was going to be another unrewarding and futile effort to try to convince Americans that their rogue country is doomed to failure in the near future in one way or the other. They show no signs yet that they are going to wake up from the broken American dream anytime soon. That was quite OK with me because basically it's none of my business how disgraceful they will look when exiting from the center stage of history. The only thing I wanted them to understand is that the rest of the world, especially we Northeast Asians, will be much better off without these highly-educated apes telling us what to do all the time.

But I soon hit the wall when I realized that I'd underestimated the severity of the damage incurred to the brains of the Americans as a result of the intellectual vacuum created by the chattering classes in the U.S., both in the mainstream and fringe. I shouldn't have expected that these people who have difficulty understanding America's march toward its total disintegration is irreversible now can envisage a better world after they perish.

Judging from the people I've taken a look and listen at on YouTube videos and related articles, it was evident that the logical deductions I was drawing from my meticulous analysis would be way beyond their comprehension. All along I was aware that I was standing up against the same wall that stands in the way of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The intellectual barrier is almost impenetrable.

Most political analysts in the U.S. are totally incapable of analyzing politics, or anything else for that matter. They are stupid enough to arbitrarily single out a foreign regime they want their government to destroy and talk about the demise of that country so lightly as if it's a well-deserved heaven's punishment. But my approach is 180-degrees different. To me, a nation's collapse is not a punishment, but a reward which is the only way to enable real change.

On January 26, I was studying the full text of Obama's December 14 address at Fort Bragg in which the smooth-talking mythomaniac solemnly declared the end of the Iraq War. As usual his wordy speech came down to the same old fallacy that all heinous crimes his country has committed in the last 100 years since Woodrow Wilson can be whitewashed by his magic word "reset."

By now, however, I'm so used to the cheap trick by the Kenyan monkey, that I didn't find the Fort Bragg transcript particularly sickening. Instead I was overwhelmed by a renewed disgust and outrage when I conjured up the names and faces of Americans who still self-righteously insist that it was not their fault to have sent the black ape to the White House in 2008. By the same token, they have already made it clear that they won't take the blame if a white Obama such as Mitt Romney is elected the 45th U.S. President. To them it's always someone else's problem; they are never at fault for the unstoppable decline of their own country.

They may not have directly voted for Obama, but the majority of their community members certainly did - be it their kin, friends, workplace colleagues, business partners, authors of the books they read, or readers of the books they authored. As long as they stay with the same community, they are defenders of status quo. As Ron Paul has repeatedly pointed out, "the government is a reflection of the people" and it's never the other way around.

Actually these defeatists are using their support for Ron Paul as an alibi for the total inaction resulting from their physical cowardice, mental inertia and self-complacency. And exactly what are they doing to promote the libertarian cause? They do practically nothing but chanting empty slogans against the media and political establishment. The best they can do is to donate some bucks. It's as though they think they can buy civil liberties for $20.

It's because of all this that soon after I was through with Obama's hogwash on the afternoon of January 26, things suddenly started whirling around me and I collapsed into the pool of my own vomit. I somehow dialed 119, Japan's equivalent of 911. I was ambulanced into the emergency room of a nearby hospital. Although the CT Scan showed no signs of a cerebral hemorrhage yet, the doc warned it can start anytime soon because the systolic reading of my blood pressure had shot up to an astronomical 240 mm Hg, far beyond the threshold value for "Hypertensive Crisis" (180 mm Hg.) But I thought in delirium that this wasn't the right way to put an end to my life. Besides, I'm medically uncovered and financially broke. I refused to stay on in the hospital and came home late at night by taxi. One of the things I thought about doing on my way home was to finish the essay.

Two days later I could barely afford to purchase a Digital Blood Pressure Monitor of Citizen Systems at the price of 4,980 yen. Since then I have been keeping the graphical records of pressure reading at the interval of 4-5 hours. By now I know for sure that stress is the single most important factor of the volatile fluctuation of my blood pressure.

Yesterday morning I was talking to an American hag in what may have been a dream. She was the literary agent who pissed me off four years ago when she said, though in a roundabout way, that my argument about the unviable Japan wasn't worth a buck because it was way too heretical. It was obvious that her role was to keep harmful ideas from abroad at bay. Now the same bitch was saying the same thing about my idea of the unviable America. When I woke up from the bad dream, I found out the systolic reading had shot up to the same level recorded when I collapsed two weeks earlier. (See above photo.)

In the meantime, I resumed my writing at the point where I had been forced to stop. Braving the risk of the rupture of the cerebral blood vessel, I once again asked myself: "Is it realistic to expect American idiots to really understand the libertarian cause of Ron Paul?" His "electability" solely hinges on the answer to this question.

It looks as though the Texas Congressman is recently inclined to refer to the revolution he advocates as an "Intellectual Revolution." In this context, it's a pity that he had to settle for Doug Wead as Senior Adviser to his campaign headquarters. Needless to say, you can't expect a mere mercenary like him to spearhead an Intellectual Revolution.

Maybe Wead is skillful at organizing fundraising activity. But most of the time he is wasting the money he has collected from donors by running pointless ads to counter the accusations that Ron Paul is a racist, gay-hater, "9/11 truther," or what not. By doing so, he has played into the hands of the media and political establishment. Wead is too dim-witted to understand these allegations are all red herrings to sidetrack the campaign issue. The Senior Adviser should know his boss is a man of principle and has never been a man of ideology. In other words, the presidential candidate from Texas is neither a truth-seeker nor a truth-evader; he is a truth-doer.

The Senior Adviser has certainly helped build momentum especially among young supporters. But that's far from enough. It's evident from the striking resemblance between young supporters of Ron Paul today and the members of the Obama cult four years ago that these youngsters are totally clueless about the Intellectual Revolution.

Worse yet, older supporters are no different: they are equally immature and intellectually impaired. Wasting no time these bastards bookmarked the notion of the Intellectual Revolution simply because it seems to assure them of a fairy tale about peaceful and bloodless transformation of society. They want to look away from the historical fact that no real change has been achieved without costing the life of an advocate of nonviolent revolution such as Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King, Jr. This is basically why these effete people keep saying in feigned resignation that elections in the U.S. are all rigged and there's nothing they can do to rectify the situation.

Even so, relatively sane Americans are now making a big fuss over NDAA 2012, SOPA and some other police state measures. To be honest with you, however, I don't quite understand what good it would do to preserve civil liberties which have already been hollowed out by now. American people should understand it's none other than themselves who have been brainless and spineless enough to voluntarily relinquish their personal liberties by virtue of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Civil liberty is not a value in itself. It's nothing but an enabler of real change.

This is, however, not to say Ron Paul was wrong when he said, "[With the passage of the bill for NDAA 2012] we have crossed the Rubicon towards empire and tyranny." Actually the last (or second last) emperor unwittingly signed the death warrant for his empire as the self-appointed guardian of justice and freedom for the entire world. 2011 will be remembered as the year the American Empire finally lost its moral authority, totally, for good, and even retroactively, to crusade, and to have crusaded, around the world for the false cause of "democracy."

By now we Northeast Asians are sick and tired of getting pushed around by the world's most despicable species named Americans. I still want to see Ron Paul nominated in August, win the Elections in November and somehow escape a likely attempt of his assassination in the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the JFK incident. Then we will see all the U.S. military personnel belatedly getting repatriated from 130-plus countries around the world including my country of birth.

I'm not sure, but if I'm still around until then, I will most probably resume blogging without having to worry about my blood pressure. But for now, I will have to suspend my blog activity to forget about the chicken-hearted American idiots flinching in the face of their moment of truth. That seems to be the only way to stabilize my blood pressure. All I can do in the meantime is to upload a new post every now and then by "cannibalizing" some of my own essays which still get stuck in the pipeline for the same reason. ·

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My Defense Mechanism against the Stupidity of the Americans
Authored by: samwidge on Wednesday, February 08 2012 @ 07:08 PM JST

You are very hard on us Americans.

I suppose we deserve it. I find a certain pleasure in the fact that you persist in critiquing us. Obviously, you think enough of us to try to improve us. I hope that we are worth your effort and willing to change.

Improvement! That is the thing.

If you will take a look at my local newspaper blog, you will see pictures of people and things that I consider important. First, you will note pictures of my friend, Eugene Williams. Mr. Williams is both a black man and a Conservative Republican. Most Americans simply refuse to believe that such a person might exist. Gene and I are planning a speaking tour for him (and we will appreciate any suggestions you may make).

Gene is Editor of "The First Edition"

We got some speaking experience the other day as I interviewed him on our small local TV station. We discovered that, no matter how angry we may feel, we get most success by talking about things we like and not things we hate.

Whew! That was a good thing to learn because there are so many things that we dislike! There simply isn't sufficient time to even start a discussion of dislikes. After all, we want to change minds, not to spur anger toward us.

The techniques for speaking on TV and on tour are fundamentally different than in print. Further, we think that we can reach more people if Gene gives talks to clubs and organizations within 200-miles of home. One thing we found out for sure; Each comment, answer or thought must be brief. If a statement is long, audiences stop caring. It is not very important to be right, not nearly so important as it is to win people to new ways of thinking.

That was a singular truism for Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King, Jr. They kept each statement short. Only brevity works to win minds.

You are right to be concerned about the slim chance for Ron Paul's success: The big lesson he wishes so earnestly to teach is far too complex for most citizens to learn. They refuse to take the time.

Further down that page, after Gene's pictures and the nature pictures, you will see photographs of Left-Wing extremists. These are the fellows who claim that all Republicans are trash and ought to be disposed of summarily (but they don't have the guts to just shoot us).

You can click on those pictures and view captions. If you register for a free account, you can comment on them.

Both Gene and I have problems. I have high blood pressure like you and he is a diabetic who lost toes to the disease. He is crippled. We proceed anyway.

You said, "I still want to see Ron Paul nominated in August." If he is nominated, it is very doubtful that he will win but... and this is important... he will have told America and the world that financial responsibility is a must. That will be a far bigger success than any American can really hope for right now.

My Defense Mechanism against the Stupidity of the Americans
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Thursday, February 09 2012 @ 09:53 AM JST


You wrote: "The big lesson he wishes so earnestly to teach is far too complex for most citizens to learn." I think this is exactly how the average American loses track of Ron Paul's argument.

The most important thing is to throw off your preconceived idea that the Texas Congressman is the guru of a cult and speaks gibberish to express profound and esoteric ideas. It's true most of his supporters are deifying him and the media and political establishment wants to make it look like a transient fad. But that's far from true. He speaks plain English, perhaps with some Texan accent, to bring you back to commonsense.

He keeps saying the principle of foreign policy should be: "Don't treat a foreign country the way you don't want it to treat you." If Obama doesn't want Iran to impose sanctions on the U.S., he should not impose an embargo on Iran. If Obama doesn't want anyone to punish his country for having nuclear weapons, he should not punish Iran for its nuclear program. And most importantly, if Obama doesn't want a foreign country to deploy its troops in the U.S. territory, he should immediately bring U.S. troops home from 900 bases in 130 countries. This has nothing to do with ideologies. Even a kindergarten kid can understand the logic.

His monetary policy is also simple and straightforward. It all comes down to this: "Don't spend money beyond your means."

As to civil liberties, he said in his speech at the campus of College of Charleston, SC: "In a free society, you might make mistakes. But the whole thing is it's better you make your own mistakes and suffer the consequence than politicians make mistakes and everybody's suffering." For the same reason, he believes any individual or corporation should not be bailed out when it's failing."

In a sense, his arguments are too EASY for "highly educated" Americans to understand. Remember he is a former obstetrician and flight surgeon in Vietnam. He hasn't studied law, political science or economics in an Ivy League school. And yet, in the NBC-sponsored debate in early January, he had to lecture a stupid pundit on civil liberties. The pundit repeatedly attacked Ron Paul for his indifference to entitlements. At that time, he snapped: "Entitlements are not rights." Highly-educated people tend to mix up different things as if to prevent s clear message like Paul's from getting through.

Yu Yamamoto
We Northeast Asians are Sick and Tired of Getting Pushed around by the World's Most Stupid People of America
Authored by: Diogenes on Thursday, February 09 2012 @ 11:10 AM JST
“'The very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world. Lies will pass into history." George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair, 1903-1950.)

As usual, you are completely accurate in your assessment of the mindset of the idiot Americans. All one needs to do is tune in to the Jay Leno program and watch his "man on the street interviews." The ignorance is not only embarrassing, it is frightening. People here don't read. People here have no sense of what scholarship means. Rumors and lies are accepted as facts and evidence, and those that accept them fail completely to actively discover if they are factual or not. It's like the Christian religion, which relies on blind "faith" that there is life after death in some heaven.

Samwidge's black friend's website is an interesting study. A look at an article posted on his website screams for censure. This Bruce S. King's article on Palestine is so filled with historical lies it astounds me. The "history of the Jewish people" is a made up one. Just start reading the scholar Gilad Atzmon to get the truth about Jewish history and Jewish culture. King might try reading Atzmon's scholarly book, "The Wandering Who," but I doubt that will happen. Let's not let the facts and evidence get in the way of our "ideas" about things.

Then we have Samwidge's photographs that he seems proud to display. I was shocked to see the one that was a photograph of a wall that someone wrote "To kill without impunity would be such a wonderful embrace." This has likely got Samwidge on the FBI's list of terror suspects that the military will round up when NDAA 2012 becomes fully functional. And Samwidge will be wondering how he landed in Guantanamo, Poland, Rumania, or Egypt in one of those torture prisons.

The US and NATO countries are pushing the world into a third and likely final world war. The question is: Who will win? We know from the work of Dr. Judy Wood that "our side" has directed energy weapons that can turn concrete and steel buildings into dust in mid-air, but what kinds of hidden weapons do the Chinese and Russians have? No one thinks that the US and NATO can be defeated right now. This is exactly what the Chinese thought as they slept quietly behind the great wall, only to be invaded by Mongols and slaughtered; or Napoleon, Hitler, Tojo and the Emperor, Custer and others in history thought that they, too, were invincible. What's that Japanese word? Meijin? Invincibility is a dangerous concept. What if this coming world war ends with the defeat of the West? What if the US is occupied by Chinese troops? Just look at Japan and Germany for a historical perspective. The occupier never leaves. If this concept seems so out of touch with your reality, get a copy of Philip K. Dick's book "The Man in the High Castle." Of course, you will have to read it. Dick wrote a history where the Japanese and Germans won the second world war, and the US was occupied jointly. California and Florida must look mighty appealing to a Beijing resident freezing in the cold winters there. Of course, this is all impossible. Psychopaths aren't really in control of our governments and armed forces. Just go back to sleep, to sleep, to sleep....and dream the impossible dream. We are safe behind our great wall, safe, safe, safe...
We Northeast Asians are Sick and Tired of Getting Pushed around by the World's Most Stupid People of America
Authored by: samwidge on Saturday, February 11 2012 @ 08:02 AM JST


I am honored that you peeked at my blog. You may have missed the caption on the "impunity" photograph; As a social worker, I monitor people who live with this curious attitude and I ask that others be aware of them also. These people really do commit murder and are sometimes undetected. Nobody knows just how often this happens. In my town, there is a concentration of folks with this and other problems in a ten or twenty block area. They desperately need attention. You can go meet them any time you want but few have the courage to do so. Society has no practical means to prevent pointless killings. Only curiosity will lead anyone to find one. Be curious.

As far as the FBI is concerned, I was only 60-miles away when the Bureau attacked Ruby Ridge and caused the unfortunate killings of three innocent people. Murder is not nice. The FBI is not welcome at my house but I would buy coffee for an officer in any public place.

As far as Mr. Williams' Website is concerned, I am pleased to note that his publication remains open to views (some of them quite absurd) that are shut out elsewhere. In my own case, I asked my friend, editor Binyamin Yakolofsky why there are appeals on Jewish World Review for donations to help Jewish orphans but appeals for Palestinian orphans are not allowed anywhere. It was an honest question and I was ready to accept any answer. Instead of gaining an answer, I lost a friend.

I think this says that no matter how intelligent we are, no matter how much time we give, no matter how hard we try, we are all prone to misunderstanding.
We Northeast Asians are Sick and Tired of Getting Pushed around by the World's Most Stupid People of America
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Saturday, February 11 2012 @ 08:42 AM JST


I think we are in complete agreement except for one thing: there is a huge perception gap between us. We've got to be liars to say the gap is still bridgeable.

You were born, brought up and are living in a rogue country which has been bullying the rest of the world at least since Woodrow Wilson. I was born, brought up and will soon die in a country which has been persecuted in many ways by your compatriots throughout my lifetime.

You sometimes sound like putting the blame on the Jewish population in your country. But to me an American is an American no matter what ethnic group he falls upon - Jewish, Chinese, Hispanic, or Kenyan. When I say America is a doomed country, I simply mean all these people are heading for ruin.

As to the likelihood of WWIII, I'm really looking forward to it. From the Northeast Asian's point of view, there's no reason to fear or shed crocodile tears over the Armageddon because we Asians have already experienced it the hardest way, and are still going through its aftermath everyday.

When the USS Enterprise was deployed to the Persian Gulf, some military experts said this was exactly what the U.S. did when FDR ordered the Pacific Fleet to move from San Diego to Pearl Harbor. As you know the aircraft carrier, which is powered by 8 nuclear reactors, is (or was) scheduled to be decommissioned in 2013. Now we are reasonably sure that Obama wants the Iranian navy to sink it deep under the Strait of Hormuz to save him a tremendous amount of time and money otherwise needed for decommissioning. What we can't tell right now is how he is going to use the possible sinking as the seeds of his October surprise.

Whatever should happen in the Persian Gulf, I think your only goal is to send Ron Paul all the way to the White House and make every possible effort to protect him from the likely attempt by the military-industrial complex to assassin him.

It's no time to sigh, lament, sleep, dream, pray for peace, or seek for safety. It's about time for self-respecting Americans to launch an all-out assault on their emasculated compatriots. In that sense, I also look forward to seeing Civil War II break out if and when Ron Paul's aspiration for presidency is thwarted.

Do I sound simplistic?

Yu Yamamoto