Introducing the Andrew Hunt manifesto

Considering a large part of this blog is about highlighting the sheer incompetence of the so called “elite”, it is only fair that I not only criticise them for their illogical views but also point out what changes I would like to see happen.

This is not me merely tilting at windmills.

Things move in cycles, and in the political sphere things are moving away from the left. In r/K selection terms we are galloping towards K.

Take for example, this survey of 21,000 white high school students in AmericaScreen Shot 2018-02-26 at 05.06.05.png

Or the UK population voting for Brexit despite the whole of the media and “polite society” being against it.

Or the rise of AfD in Germany.

The left are totally oblivious to all of this. Because of their pernicious ideology they are blind as to what is coming.

You know how the americans talk in terms of generations. Theres the greatest generation, the boomers, the millennials. Well guess what, the current generation of teenagers is called generation Zyklon after Zyklon B, the gas the socialists in WW2 germany killed the jews with.

Just think about that for a moment.

All over the world, the kids are not just turning their backs towards the lefties but actually holding the left in contempt, openly mocking their politically correct views.

There is no coming back from being laughed at and treated with scorn.

Those on the left will either go quietly and die in penury when deprived of the taxpayers money or will dangle from lampposts, their choice.

One of the secrets to a happy life is having something to look forward to, a sense that the world and your place in it is getting better, an impression that the world is going to recover its momentum.

I have a lot to look forward too.

Trump keeps on winning

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Good for American farmers and food manufacturers, good for American taxpayers and good for the recipients of taxpayer benefits as they will no longer be able to sell their SNAP cards for 50cents on the dollar in order to buy booze or drugs.

 

Win win all round.

Donald trump did say you will get tired of all the winning.

Well Mr President, I’m not.

Why did Stephen Paddock do it?

What do we know about Stephen Paddock?

  1. He was very intelligent.
  2. He had a bad childhood.
  3. He inherited a level of mental health problems from his father.
  4. He was a very private person.

Combine these together and you get someone with a lot of anxiety who bottled it all up. He was prescribed Valium by a doctor but this had the side effect of making his mental health worse.

If he also had a level of narcissism then he would want to destroy people who were happy.

If you then add in that he was disaffected with politics then you get a volcano waiting to explode.

Banning guns is therefore clearly not the solution because killers like this would simply use homemade bombs or cars or even kitchen knives to have a go at others. If you want to stop this happening then you have to address the root causes of this.