|1) The Egyptians should become
It's exciting to see the Egyptians struggling to remove their
corrupt government officials, but it's sad to see that as of 20 February
2011, all they are doing is creating vacancies
in their government. Who
will fill the vacancies? Removing corrupt officials doesn't automatically
make the nation better. In fact, it's possible that somebody even worse
will end up in control.
Did you notice how easy
it was to remove corrupt officials?
Furthermore, it's sad to hear the Egyptians dream about creating a democracy
like that of America. The Egyptian people need a quick and intensive course
in American politics! Apparently the Egyptians don't realize that America
is suffering from tremendous corruption, inefficiency, loneliness, and
The Egyptians may have been suffering so much that they regard America
as an incredible improvement over Egypt, but just because our nation is
better than the Mubarak regime, that doesn't mean they should mimic our
Constitution. The Egyptian people should have the attitude that America's
founders had; specifically, they should look at other nations and try to
learn from their mistakes and create and even better nation. They
shouldn't simply mimic what they see other people doing.
The Egyptian people need to take a serious look at the American economy
and notice that it is deteriorating.
They should also notice the incredible corruption and abuse that is occurring
in our banking and financial systems, and they should note that America
has become so dominated by criminals that
we are faking moon landings, allowing a small network of Jews to get away
with the 9/11 attack, and tolerating school books that are full of Jewish
lies about the Holocaust, the Nazis, and Israel.
We need to get information out to the Egyptian people to change their
attitude. They should think of a nation the same way an engineer thinks
of a refrigerator. They should analyze the existing nations and try to
develop a better nation for themselves, which in turn would inspire other
nations to overthrow their corrupt governments and create a better nation,
also. The Egyptian people should be inspiring
us, not mimicking us.
A small minority of Egyptians
overthrew their Neanderthal leader, Hosni Mubarak, and they also removed
some other corrupt government officials, including top military officials.
They didn't appear to me to be a very organized group, and they didn't
seem to have much of an idea what they were doing, but they succeeded anyway.
The reason they could succeed is that it's very easy for a large group
of people to eliminate a few corrupt government officials. The difficult
aspect of a revolution is developing a better nation. Here are some
issues to think about:
Don't stop the revolution prematurely
Does Egypt have a free press yet? I don't speak their language,
but it appears to me that the Egyptian people are not yet correcting the
lies in their school books about the Holocaust, and I'm not aware of any
people on Egyptian television freely discussing the Israeli involvement
in 9/11, or the Apollo Moon Landing scam.
The sheeple are a ball and chain
around our legs
The Egyptian people succeeded in removing a few of their corrupt government
and military officials, but if they stop the revolution now, they
will not have accomplished much because they still have crime networks,
abusive businessmen, and Jews dominating
their society. This brings me to a very important point. Specifically,
don't be fooled into thinking that our problems can be solved by removing
only a few criminals from the government. Every nation is suffering from
amounts of crime, inefficiency, and corruption, but it's not because of
just a few corrupt officials. It's because there are an
number of destructive, parasitic, and neurotic people in our societies.
We must deal with that enormous number of destructive people in order to
improve our nation. Furthermore, the majority
of people are selfish sheeple who have
desire to help society.
Only a small minority of
the Egyptian population got involved with overthrowing their government,
although there may have been a lot of Egyptians helping quietly in the
background. If more of the Egyptian population had been willing
to get involved, the Egyptians could have accomplished the task much
quicker and with even less violence.
We must deal with millions
of criminals and sheeple
Unfortunately, the majority of people in every nation have no
desire to help remove corrupt government officials. People who refuse to
help expose or fight crime networks are inadvertently assisting
those networks. We can excuse women and children from getting involved
with fights with crime networks and corrupt government officials, but we
should not make excuses for adult men. Any adult man who refuses to help
protect his society should be considered a deserter,
or a selfish savage.
Hollywood movies create the impression that the majority of
people are wonderful, innocent, sweet, and adorable, and that we can solve
all of our problems by killing a few criminals, but in reality, the world
is suffering as a result of the majority
of people. The majority of Egyptians, for example, have done nothing
- and are still doing nothing! - to
help Egypt. They are spending their time titillating themselves with food,
material items, children, and religion.
When will the Italian men
help to improve Italy?
Egypt is typical; the majority of Americans, British, Japanese,
and Chinese are also doing nothing about the crime, loneliness,
corruption, and other problems that their nations are suffering from.
Every nation is suffering from the same problem; namely, the majority
of people have a mind that is suited only to a very primitive life. Most
people have the intelligence to deal with the complex issues that
we face today, but they don't have the emotional ability. They want
to ignore problems and spend their life titillating themselves with food,
alcohol, children, dogs, gambling, and material items.
According to the news reports, which may be inaccurate, one of the reasons
the Egyptian people are rebelling against their government is to create
a democracy in which the majority of Egyptian people are allowed
to vote for their government officials. If this is true, the Egyptian people
are not going to bring an improvement to their nation. History has
proven that the majority of people do not have the emotional ability to
do a good job of voting. Most people refuse to analyze the leadership
ability of the candidates. Instead, they select government officials in
the same manner that they select clothing, pet dogs, and food. Specifically,
they select the government officials according to who is most emotionally
The majority of people are not even capable of making sensible decisions
about the quantity of food to eat, and an enormous percentage of the population
is incapable of controlling their cravings for alcohol, fame, gambling,
money, sex, jewelry, and babies.
We cannot bring significant improvements to a nation simply by removing
a few corrupt government officials. We also have to deal with the millions
of criminals and sheeple. Furthermore, all of us are related to
some of those criminals and sheeple. Therefore, in order to bring improvements
to a nation, we must be capable of standing up to our own relatives.
Unfortunately, our emotions cause us to make excuses for the terrible behavior
of our relatives. The nations and races that are least able to control
their emotions and stand up to their relatives are going to lose in the
competitive battle for life. The people who dominate in the future will
be those who are more impartial, and who set higher standards of behavior
for everybody, including their close relatives.
As I write this article, 20 February 2011, there are enormous
protests occurring in Italy to force their prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi,
to resign. They are similar to the protests in Egypt, except that the Italian
demonstrations are apparently dominated by women.
A news report points out that Berlusconi has had 2,500 court hearings
and spent more than 300 million euros in legal fees to defend himself against
of tax fraud, bribery, corruption, and more" since he became prime
minister in 1994. If he were providing phenomenal leadership to the nation,
then we might be able to overlook his
awful behavior, but what has he done to justify his position in leadership?
Even if Berlusconi were honest,
I am not aware of any reason to keep him in a leadership position. If a
person cannot provide leadership, he should be removed from his
position. I find it amazing that I even have to make such a statement.
Would you tolerate a dentist who could not properly perform dentistry,
or a restaurant chef who could not properly cook food? Of course not! But
people tolerate government officials who cannot provide leadership!
A lot of the Italian women are fed up with Berlusconi, but he's not
incompetent or corrupt enough to bother many of the Italian men.
This makes me wonder, how incompetent, worthless, and disgusting would Berlusconi
have to be in order to cause the Italian men to decide that he is unfit
to be their nation's leader?
These protests in Italy are an interesting example of the concept
I just mentioned; namely, our primary enemy is the
majority of people. A small percentage of the women are trying
to remove Berlusconi, but most women don't seem interested, and
fewer men are interested. Why aren't the men helping to bring
about a better government? What are the Italian men doing while the women
are protesting? Are they just stuffing themselves with pasta?
Watch for criminals and revenge
The Italian men are inadvertently supporting the feminist attitude that
men are incompetent, selfish, sex-craved jerks, and that if a woman wants
something accomplished, she has to do it herself. When are the Italian
men going to show signs of leadership, responsibility, and intelligence?
When are they going to take care of their nation, their wives, and their
families? If Berlusconi were to order the police to kill the women who
are protesting, how many Italian men would care?
A lot of my articles have been translated into Italian,
so if you know anybody in Italy, send them this
Another lesson to learn from the Egyptian rebellion is that
while the Egyptian people were rebelling against the government, ordinary
criminals and corrupt government officials were vandalizing and stealing
items from museums and businesses. When we overthrow a government, we should
be expecting criminals and dishonest government officials to take
advantage of the chaos.
Violence isn't necessary
Most people assume that the only way to overthrow a government
is to run out into the streets and have a violent demonstration, but if
we have a large group of people, we don't need violence, and we don't even
have to demonstrate in the streets. There are lots of sensible and peaceful
ways to remove a corrupt government.
Keep in mind that an organization is whatever its members are capable
of. A gathering of unorganized or incompetent people are not going to be
able to do much, other than stand in the streets and chant slogans, but
if we can put together a large group who can work well as a team, then
we have lots of options available to us. The government will respond
with violence only if they believe they are capable of defeating the rebellion.
If the people who are overthrowing the government can show that they are
capable of defeating the government, the corrupt officials are not
going to fight.
As I pointed out in Part
10 of my social technology articles, humans do not
enjoy violence. Therefore, we can remove corrupt government officials -
including corrupt military leaders - simply by showing them that they are
going to lose if they get into a fight with us. Very few people are suicidal
maniacs who will choose to die for a lost cause. Actually, we saw evidence
of this concept in Egypt. Specifically, the corrupt police officers ran
away when they realized that the crowds were very large, and that the military
was supporting the rebellion.
Exactly how a group of people should overthrow their government
depends upon how large their group is, how competent their leadership is,
and how well they can work as a team. The Egyptians appeared to be extremely
disorganized, and so their technique was to wander around in the street,
chant slogans, and wave signs. However, a more organized group with better
leadership could have sent people to surround the government buildings
and police departments, and then disconnected the buildings from electricity
and water. Then the Egyptian people could have waited outside for the officials
to give up.
The media must be overthrown,
The Egyptians could use this technique right now to get rid of
their corrupt media. The Egyptians
could surround all of the media office buildings and all of the homes of
the reporters and business executives, and then disconnect all of their
buildings and homes from electricity and water. The Egyptian people would
then tell the media personnel that the sooner they surrender, the better
treatment they will get. The Egyptians could get control of their media
very quickly and easily, and without any violence. After the media personnel
surrendered, all of them could be investigated to determine which of them
should be classified as criminals, and what to do with those criminals.
A lot of people are afraid that corrupt police departments will be a
potential source of violence, but corrupt policemen are a small percentage
of most police departments. There may be some police departments, such
as those in Chicago and New York City, in which all
of the police are criminals, but even in those cases the police departments
are too small to be significant during a revolution. There is no need for
us to fear the corrupt policemen. It is very easy for a large group of
people to surround the police buildings and the homes of the policemen,
and cut them off from electricity and water. The corrupt policemen are
not going to start a fight once they realize that they are facing a group
of people who are disgusted with their
abuse and refusing to tolerate any more of it.
When overthrowing a government, the military is the only potential source
of significant violence. However, militaries are very large, and as a result,
they have a wide variety of people. Although some military personnel are
drug addicts, alcoholics, and criminals, there are also lots of respectable
people. The large size of the military, and the wide variety of people
within it, makes it very difficult for a corrupt government to use the
nation's military as a personal attack force.
Furthermore, it would be suicidal
for a military to attack its own nation to a significant extent. The military
is dependent upon society for food and supplies. If a military were to
launch a full-scale attack on its own nation, it would be equivalent to
your immune system going on a full-scale attack of your body. The military
must attack only people who are destructive
to society. They cannot attack respectable people. The military
behave like our immune system. And there are certainly enough people within
the military who can understand and follow this concept.
Every nation needs to overthrow its corrupt government, but
we will not bring significant improvements to a nation simply by replacing
a few corrupt government officials. We must also replace the network of
criminal Jews that is in control of our media.
We must put a much higher quality group
of people in control of our television, scientific journals, schoolbooks,
understand how important a free media is?
If we can put honest people in control of the media companies,
then children will have access to schoolbooks that provide them with the
truth about the historical and current events. A truly free media will
also allow us to have intelligent discussions about issues that the Jews
are currently suppressing or censoring, such as whether we should tolerate
organized religions, and what type of policies we should develop for euthanasia.
We would also be able to use television and scientific journals to conduct
analyses of more complex issues, such as developing better cities, better
train systems, better school systems, and better methods of selecting government
The media needs checks and balances
The Egyptians are not going to bring
much of an improvement to their nation until they have the ability to freely
discuss issues, but judging by the limited and biased descriptions
of Egypt, the Egyptian people don't yet seem to have provided themselves
with the ability to have serious discussions on television or in newspapers
about the lies of the 9/11 attack, the Holocaust, or the Apollo moon landing.
I also doubt if any of them are allowed to publicly promote my website.
I don't think the Egyptians have freedom of speech yet.
The Egyptians are hoping to become more like America, but America doesn't
have freedom of speech, either. Our media is under the control of criminal
Jews who are stifling intelligent discussions and promoting idiots, criminals,
drug addicts, parasites, plagiarists, and freaks. The Egyptians should
mimic America. Rather, they should try to learn from our mistakes and
do better than us.
Whenever a journalist is hurt or insulted, other people in
the media provide us with lots of news reports about how journalists are
being abused. For example, during the Egyptian protests, there were lots
of news reports - including this
from such "truth seekers" as Alex Jones! - about Anderson Cooper being
hit in the head 10 times, although he never suffered any bruises or cuts.
Christiane Amanpour also claims to have been a victim
of brutality, even though nobody actually touched her. She was merely in
an automobile in which the windshield was cracked.
The media award ceremonies are out
Lara Logan suffered more abuse, and not surprisingly, the Jews exploited
her abuse as evidence of the horrible quality of Muslims (such as this
and President Obama called
her on the phone to comfort her.
The point I want to make is that the journalists give tremendous coverage
to journalists who are injured in even a trivial manner, but they
don't give much coverage to the soldiers who are suffering or dying in
the war, or the people here in America who are victims of the criminal
Jews. The journalists treat themselves as if they are kings and queens.
We can also see this arrogant behavior when a journalist dies. For example,
when Peter Jennings died in 2005, there were lots of news reports to glorify
him. Why should we glorify him? How is he any better than a factory worker,
a soldier, or a housewife?
It's also interesting to note that some journalists accused
CBS of trying to cover up the attack on Lara Logan, but they don't complain
about the cover-up of the Israeli involvement in 9/11, or the cover-up
of the lies the Jews are promoting about the Holocaust.
Also, note that a Jew, Nir Rosen, made a sarcastic remark about how
Lara Logan was trying to "outdo
Anderson Cooper". Did he make that remark because he was truly upset
that Logan, who promoted the Mideast wars, was whining about being a victim
of violence? Or was he criticizing her in order to bring her even more
publicity and sympathy?
Other dishonest people, such as Thomas Ricks,
then criticized Rosen, which gave Logan even more
publicity. Incidentally, Ricks is a "Senior Fellow"
at the Center for a New American Security, another of those mysterious
organizations that covers up Jewish crimes and tries to manipulate
Every person and organization needs checks and balances. We need to
alter our economic system so that the people in the media companies are
reviewed by people outside of the media. The employees of media
company should be nothing more than "employees".
They should not be treated as kings and queens, or allowed to use the media
for their personal benefit. Everybody needs somebody else to review his
The media and entertainment businesses have no checks and balances,
and they have used that incredible freedom to provide awards ceremonies
for themselves every few days! This
website maintains a list of awards, and the box below shows the list for
January and February, 2011.
I didn't bother to figure out what all of the abbreviations
stand for, but here are three of them:
BFCA: British Academy of Film and Television Arts
DGA: Directors Guild of America
PGA: Producers Guild of America
|Jan. 2 - Kansas City Critics; Dublin Critics
Jan. 3 - OFCS winners; Central Ohio Critics noms
Jan. 4 - WGA noms; PGA noms; Vancouver Critics noms
Jan. 5 - ADG noms; USC Scripter noms
Jan. 6 - CAS noms; Central Ohio Critics winners
Jan. 7 - BFCA longlists
Jan. 8 - National Society of Film Critics Award
Jan. 10 - DGA noms; VES noms; AWFJ winners; North Texas
Critics; Vancouver Critics winners
Jan. 11 - ASC noms; Goya noms
Jan. 12 - NAACP noms
Jan. 13 - Iowa Critics
Jan. 14 - BFCA winners; ACE Eddie noms; Denver Critics
Jan. 16 - Golden Globes
Jan. 18 - BAFTA noms
Jan. 20 - CDG noms; MPSE noms; Chlotrudis noms
Jan. 21 - Cesar noms
Jan. 22 - PGA Awards
Jan. 23 - ICS noms
Jan. 25 - Oscar noms
Jan. 28 - Denver Critics winners
Jan. 29 - DGA Awards
Jan. 30 - SAG
Feb. 1 - VES
Feb. 4 - USC Scripter winners
Feb. 5 - WGA; ADG; Annie winners
Feb. 10 - London Critics winners
Feb. 13 - BAFTA; ASC
Feb. 18 - ICS winners
Feb. 19 - CAS; ACE Eddies
Feb. 20 - MPSE
Feb. 22 - CDG
Feb. 25 - Cesar winners
Feb. 26 - Spirits
Feb. 27 - Oscars
You might think that these award ceremonies have no significance
to your life, but as I pointed out in Part_9
of my social technology articles, each of us directly and indirectly supports
virtually all sports and other activities that are occurring on the planet.
For example, when you spend money on products, some of that money ends
up as advertising revenue for the award ceremonies.