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Fred On Everything :: Intelligence

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The Internet is so vast. News might have an immediate effect, but the vast plains also cause delay and information might take some time to be discovered by all individuals (as pointed out earlier in this blog).

Fred on Everything is an example of the kind of virtual acquaintances one might stumble upon while surfing around. Here's an example of Freds ramblings dated 29. April 2007:

I don't get it. Explain it to me. Intelligence, I mean. Everybody who talks about it seems to be slightly nuts. They get political about it, and then ideological, and stubborn, and unglued from reality.

And if that wasn't enough there was an earlier text in which Fred had already concluded:

I have decided that intelligence is pernicious, and should be extirpated. It just causes trouble. Practically every damn fool, deleterious thing our sorry race has done can be traced to intelligence. It is a bad idea. When it is not merely a bad idea, it is usually a waste of time.
Pick your subject—economics, say, or foreign policy, or crime. You will find brilliant men on Left and Right, each arguing intricately to a bellowing claque of witless followers who don't know anything about it either. You can tell where they will come out by seeing where they went in—on the Left or on the Right.
Generally intelligence has no effect on conclusions, which are glandularly determined. It just rationalizes hormonal inevitabilities.

Well, personally I think it might be wise to somewhat hide the more instinctivly driven needs and actions in the shadows.


To big for my momma!

Brains just allow you to be more elaborately and ornately disastrously wrong.

Yes, this here blog is definitively on of those rambling along for hundreds of pages without any cohesive theme or stringent content.

In short, a large IQ is an infallible predictor of emotional inadequacy.


Here you have it: large IQ, zero grasp of humanity, all is abstractions. (I have another theory that people become psychologists because they lack the normal grasp of human behavior and spend eight years trying to learn what everybody else already knows. A doctorate in psychology is a sure sign of confusion.)

Fred was not only bashing intellectuals he also made room for the ideologists:

We must sacrifice the masses in this generation to build communism in the next. [To] like the idea of extermination.

And conclusively:

We ought to put something in the water to keep IQs down. There would be so much less noise.

Alright (as in the Beatles' song «Revolution No. 9»)!


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