by Ricky Daytona

West Kelowna

November 21, 2023

We in the allegedly affluent west financially support via tax theft vast swathes of the impoverished underclass. Lazy, stupid, greedy, generate, bloated, addicted, criminal, deranged or simply not adaptive to life whether modern or traditional. According to the UK Independent newspaper More than a quarter of UK adults have never boiled an egg and do not know how to. A reasonable person may ask how is this even possible and what skills are schools teaching our formative young minds. What skills are parents and grandparents passing on to young people, apart from how to use a microwave oven and how to put pop tarts into a toaster.

Social security, medical systems and other Darwinism-defeating imbecile protection systems have helped keep the underclass alive, in fact encouraging them to breed like rabbits even without the ability to support their rancid offspring. Narcan now saves lives and extends the misery of people who would otherwise be long dead. One of the worst creations of the last few years, it has removed the fear from hard drug use. Paramedics and EMS run around like headless chickens reviving the zombie class. In a recent YouTube video a paramedic working in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside revived 15 people in one shift. What is the ROI on this endless conveyor belt of misery? I often wonder why burned out cynical employees put themselves through this washing machine of misery, and if they all walked away to pastures new or even better, what effect it would have on this vast relentless life support system.

TPTB have twiddled their thumbs and allowed all of this to happen, evolving over 5 decades. Musings and lengthy debates about humanity’s fate have happened. The subject has been studied deeply. Now they are finally out of patience and demand of each other that a final human solution must be found.

In fact, the Club of Rome has a huge array of publications outlining ideas and one would naturally assume working concepts for the planning and controlling of this wildly out of control orb populated by vast wild hordes. Their earlier books published in the 1970’s indicate that back then they had a good grasp of the future problems, and I reflect that perhaps had they taken action and implemented their and other people’s ideas, we would not be facing this humanitarian dilemma. We may have been living in more utopian times, where people were more personally responsible and fringe degenerate behaviour not accepted. A simpler balance between personal responsibility, social responsibility, and enforcement of laws and justice against deviant behaviour might have resulted in a more socially cohesive human system generally free of crime, delinquency, sexual degeneracy and deviancy. The negative psychological load upon the human consciousness of having to tolerate everything unpleasant in the world around us is a serious harm not only to mental but to physical health.

The underclass is a huge albatross around our necks, dragging us down, chewing away at our quality of life like skinny rats gnawing at carcasses of dead birds.

In my view of how things are in 2023 TPTB wish to cage them in a vast digital prison then cull them, whereas another faction within TPTB prefers to maintain them, like dangerous wildlife in zoos, in a heavily sedated state. I do not think this faction has the guts for a cull and I think they are more humanistic and seem to struggle with the challenge of managing the human problem. They may be considered as an asset to be used to divide us and weaken the upwardly mobile and far more useful middle class, who at least despite being demanding and troublesome, make a net contribution. And for this more moderate faction perhaps they fear the middle classes’ response to a vast cull of their lowers.

Far too many of the middle class have become soft and idealistic. They think that protecting the subclass, through virtue and charity, is honourable and humane. They have lost their edge as their human primal instinct for survival and self-preservation has been eroded. The covhoax demonstrated this. Much wailing and crying to save 95-year-old past-end-of-life grandma with 4 comorbidities. Give up your entire way of life and all your sovereign rights for the threat of a sniffle simply to achieve virtue status. All common sense was thrown out of the window, like a burger wrapper. People apparently scooped out their brain with a soup spoon  and put it in a blender to make dog food.

Consider this research recently covered in the UK Guardian newspaper:

“People who stuck by Covid lockdown rules the most strictly have the worst mental health today, research has found. Those who followed the restrictions most closely when the pandemic hit are the most likely to be suffering from stress, anxiety and depression, academics at Bangor University have found. They identified that people with “communal” personalities – who are more caring, sensitive and aware of others’ needs.”

 “However, people with “agentic” personalities – who are more independent, more competitive and like to have control over their lives – were least likely to exhibit those behaviours. “The more individuals complied with health advice during lockdown, the worse their wellbeing post-lockdown.”

It seems that the more independent and self-determinant one is, the better prepared they are to navigate through vast and complex government propaganda efforts and powerful psyops. Better not to be a supine, obedient sheep.Communual (“communist”) people suffered. Remember those vomit inducing phrases “we’re all in this together”, “for the greater good” and the NHS clapping like performing seals act and the public displays of deranged pot banging? Remember people maniacally sharing social media videos of dancing nurses?

Eradication of the subclass is critical to our development as a society. They either get subsumed in the evolving multilayered chaos complexity program, or they step up and step away from their lazy slovenly parasitic lives. Few will make it, as few have the capacity to change and the lazy among us rarely become motivated. Or only by threat.

We carry vast hordes of degenerates through their miserable existence so they can receive handouts, watch 60” TV all day, smoke cigarettes, eject offspring on a regular basis, and demand more and more handouts. Benefits are now considered “wages” by the entitled.

This horde of lifeless bloated creatures is so non sentient and supine that it can’t raise the energy or motivation to take a fight against its own replacements, who are imported into western nations and treated far better, as if they were a priority caste among the lower classes.

One sometimes feels that a mass uprising may be ignited. But under closer scrutiny the subclass exists in a world where its fate has already been decided. It seems to know this, at a subconscious level. If they have not risen up after the last few years of tyranny and oppression, with living standards destroyed by rising utility, grocery and general living cost inflation, when will they rise up? TPTB must be considering this, and it will give them further confidence to make other nefarious  attacks on the underclass.

When one surrenders, and offers nothing against a life of misery, oppression and total lack of dignity, one loses most of what it means to be human. Trapped in a prison, one that will evolve in ways their feeble minds haven’t yet understood.

Chris Hedges writes about this stating “a handful of corporate oligarchs around the globe have everything—wealth, power and privilege—and the rest of us struggle as part of a vast underclass, increasingly impoverished and ruthlessly repressed. There is one set of laws and regulations for us; there is another set of laws and regulations for a power elite that functions as a global mafia.”

He closes with the following:

“Rebel. Even if you fail, even if we all fail, we will have asserted against the corporate forces of exploitation and death our ultimate dignity as human beings. We will have defended what is sacred. Rebellion means steadfast defiance. It means resisting just as have Bradley Manning and Julian Assange, just as has Mumia Abu-Jamal, the radical journalist whom Cornel WestJames Cone and I visited in prison last week in Frackville, Pa. It means refusing to succumb to fear. It means refusing to surrender, even if you find yourself, like Manning and Abu-Jamal, caged like an animal. It means saying no. To remain safe, to remain “innocent” in the eyes of the law in this moment in history is to be complicit in a monstrous evil. In his poem of resistance, “If We Must Die,” Claude McKay knew that the odds were stacked against African-Americans who resisted white supremacy. But he also knew that resistance to tyranny saves our souls.”

 “It is time to build radical mass movements that defy all formal centers of power and make concessions to none. It is time to employ the harsh language of open rebellion and class warfare. It is time to march to the beat of our own drum. The law historically has been a very imperfect tool for justice, as African-Americans know, but now it is exclusively the handmaiden of our corporate oppressors; now it is a mechanism of injustice. It was our corporate overlords who launched this war. Not us. Revolt will see us branded as criminals. Revolt will push us into the shadows. And yet, if we do not revolt we can no longer use the word “hope.”

It’s a good battle cry for the underclass and for the awake and angry middle class. But we must not be idealistic or virtuous. We must remember our learnings. That self-reliance, self-centeredness and strong cold detached objective critical thinking is needed to move forward out of this miasma. It served us well during the covhoax, and it has served us well when analyzing the machinations of the Ukraine conflict, climate terrorism, Israel-Hamas WW3 build up and other nefarious plots.

To think that Hedges’ article was written back in 2013 is quite amazing. We have seers, visionaries and many other talented resources among our ranks.

“Lunatics, imbeciles and idiots” – an occasional and sporadic series of observations about the human condition. Previous articles in this series:

“A Visitation” – Part II of “Lunatics, Imbeciles and idiots”.

“Lunatics, imbeciles and idiots” – Part I of “Lunatics, Imbeciles and idiots”.

Lunatics, imbeciles and idiots – Part I. by Ricky Daytona