Source: Giza Death Star

by Joseph P. Farrell
February 27, 2018


Warning!  Rant alert!

This one is nuts, I mean completely, totally, bottom-of-the-barrel nuts. And it’s sadly another measure of just what a “kulcherul” swamp Amairikuh – under the “leadership” of its two progressive parties – has become. One of my friend’s friends called the fetid putrid swamp that is Amairikuhn kulcher a “stinking, sinking garbage barge.” If that’s the case, then it’s a stinking sinking garbage barge being piloted by lunatics, nitwits, and kooks.

What’s more interesting to me is that several readers of this website found this article, and a few drew my attention to it by posting it on my Facebook wall. (A big thank you to all of you, although to be on the safe side, I don’t check Facebook regularly, so email articles to me via the contact button on the website.) I find that interesting simply because the general culture is something that people are now following closely.

But back to the lunatics, nitwits, and kooks in charge of piloting the garbage barge. One person who emailed this article to me expressed disbelief and wondered if the article was real. I had to stop and ponder that one, for when I read the article, nothing in it surprised me. That is to say, my “gut reaction” – before I could think about the article – was that it was, indeed, real. And that alone is a sad statement on the garbage barge, because it’s now listing severely to port and by the bow.

Here’s the article(you’ll have to copy and paste):

Yes, that’s right folks, the nuttery of the modern USSA has reached such a state that the radical sign, or square root sign, in mathematics has students thinking in terms of guns. Of course, I suspect that a certain amount of that is to be expected, in a “kulcher” that Doctors of Edubabble has managed to dumb down with their theories incubated in the teacher certification courses in the quackademy and after so many students are drugged into zombies and go on killing sprees. (Yes, there I said it: want to regulate guns? Well, then we need to look long and hard at regulating the daylights out of doctors of edubabble, increasingly Marxist colleges of teacher certification and the goofy kulchers they produce in our schools, and most importantly, psychiatrists and doctors and nurses and big pharma pushing all these drugs on our kids.)

The symbol for the square root of a number, a gun.

Think about that. It sounds goofy, utterly goofy at first, but I contend it carries a deeper significance, a cultural significance, because for people to get into the state of mind to be able to think that, then it’s the whole cultural complex that’s killing people, not just guns. We survived in this country for decades with an armed population – including teenaged boys armed with hunting rifles in their trucks (I know, growing up in South Dakota, I saw them all the time) – and we didn’t go around shooting up schools and schoolchildren. What changed? Drugs… and, I would aver, the feminization of Amairikuhn kulcher. I call it the “gynocracy”: boys will be boys, but now, that’s not a normal natural condition, but a “behavior issue” to be treated with drugs. With luck and enough drugs, maybe they can be induced to be confused about which toilet to use after the gynocracy is done making men feel guilty for being men.

Yet, all that isn’t what really leapt out and grabbed me in this article. Oh no!  Quite the contrary!

What grabbed me was this:

A discussion among students at Oberlin High School in Oberlin, La., about a mathematical symbol led to a police investigation and a search of one of the student’s homes, according to the Allen Parish Sheriff’s Office.

On the afternoon of Feb. 20, detectives investigated a report of terroristic threats at the school, where they learned that a student had been completing a math problem that required drawing the square-root sign.

Students in the group began commenting that the symbol, which represents a number that when multiplied by itself equals another number, looked like a gun.

After several students made comments along those lines, another student said something the sheriff’s office said could have sounded like a threat out of context.

Police searched the student’s home, where they found no guns or any evidence that he had any access to guns. Authorities also wrote there was no evidence the student had any intent to commit harm. (Emphasis added)

Let that one sink in for a moment. First, can one blame a bunch of students for sitting around, in the wake of the prior week’s tragic school shooting, and having guns on their mind? No, one cannot. Can one even blame the local police for (presumably) getting a search warrant to search his home for having remarked that radical signs in mathematics look like guns? Again, in the wake of the prior week’s tragic deaths (and the now emerging story that the FBI was warned, but was too busy trying to prove Russian collusion with Trump to look into it), one certainly can’t blame them either. But ponder that one too: all it takes now to (presumably) get a search warrant to search someone’s home is for their child to merely mention the word “gun” even though there was no stated intention to cause harm.

This is Amairikuhn kulcher. And it’s time to face the facts: this is what one hundred years of progressivism has produced: a generation of hyprocritical, entitled, narcissistic, drugged up and dumbed down nitwits.  The grand experiment, in other words, has been a complete and total failure.

The solution: as Catherine Austin Fitts has remarked on occasion, if you’re not in a conspiracy, then you need to start one, and start figuring out how to take the institutions back. All of them.

See you on the flip side…

About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

Books by Joseph P. Farrell can be purchased on Amazon.