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Normie Nonsense

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 12:10
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I’m around normies way too often. I’m increasingly shocked by their utter idiocy on a daily basis. I’m not talking about them driving the wrong way down a one-way-street, but their severe lack of knowledge on the most basic topics and concepts. To be fair, many of these issues have been thoroughly manipulated by Current Year dogma, but with a smart phone it takes literally seconds to confirm basic common sense. The Eternal Normie is so gaslit and asleep that I wouldn’t be shocked if one challenged me that the sky was blue. Some examples from recent days.

Now, before I get to the examples of normie nonsense, let me preface this by saying that my normies aren’t your typical Creatures of Wal-Mart variety. Most are college educated or at least received a private school education (to escape from the joys of diversity, although they’ll never admit that). They have middle-class jobs, their own vehicle and a roof over their heads (some will be lifetime renters, so take that into consideration). Some are even current military officers and entrepreneurs. They are either basic bitch Republicans or your typical center-left leaning Democrat. They’re, in essence, oven middle class. Blue-collar workers are far more woke.

Like all normies, they’re not terribly concerned with the world around them. They don’t pay much attention to the news, unless it’s something trending on Facebook. They certainly don’t watch the local news (missing out on the color of local crime) or read the newspaper. They may read Breitbart or the Huffington Post, but that’s a little bit of a stretch. They’re more likely to read The Onion than “serious” journalism. To be honest, most don’t read anyway, not unless it’s required for their employment. Ask a under 30 normie what was the last book they read and what will you get? Unfortunately, and more often than not, it’s a blank stare followed by, “I don’t really read for fun.”

If they’re concerned about anything remotely “meaningful,” it’s usually related to the following six subjects: television, movies, gaming, their kids (human or animals), their job or “their” sports team(s). Only one of those things is truly meaningful by the way. You don’t need to call them to check in on them because you can just follow their commentary and social output on Facebook. Comment thread after comment thread, play by play and hour by hour on the same six topics. Repeat, day in and day out. To the normie, “community” is a Lebanese food truck festival followed by day drinking and then obligatory posting on Snapchat, Facebook or Instagram. Most don’t know what a Rotary or Ruritan club even is, much less would want to join.

I went on a beach trip earlier this year with some normies. I’ll admit that I enjoy some television shows. Call me a cuck, but I do watch Game of Thrones. The difference between me and a normie though? I can’t spend six hours talking about it. That’s all they wanted to talk about – a pozzed fantasy television show based off some obese neckbeard’s weird imagination. Next, it’s Stranger Things (which I haven’t seen).  Then, let’s spend more time talking about other Netflix shows. Have you seen Jessica Jones? I really liked Daredevil. Let’s talk about basic programming like Once Upon A Time. Once television has run its course, we’ll talk about movies. Afterwards, we make it through the tried and true remaining subjects.

I get it. I really do. Television is a form of escapism, no wonder locking yourself in your apartment and binge watching television all weekend is popular in Weimerica. It also rots your brain, which explains why normies are practically retarded when it comes to sensible judgement.

For example, I was chatting with some normies about the basic facts of life, specifically, female pregnancy. I don’t normally talk IRL about it, but it was regarding a mutual (and not present) friend. This female friend is also approaching the age of 35. I casually mentioned, more so as a cautionary tale for the younger female normies, that a woman’s ability to get pregnant becomes more difficult after 35, more risks mount the older a woman ages. To me, this is pretty basic stuff; I figured they taught the Biological Clock in high school.  I assumed normies would at least agree with this.

Boy, was I wrong. You’d have thought that I mentioned the racial IQ gap.

“That’s not true. Older women can have kids. I knew a woman that had a child in her 50s,” stated a riled up normie.

I replied, “she sounds like an outlier, it becomes very difficult to have children in your middle age. And, if you do, there could be problems with the child.”

“I disagree, in fact, you can look this up if you want, it’s ACTUALLY harder for women in their early 20s to get pregnant compared to women in their 40s. I swear this is true, I love to argue this stuff,” she snapped back with a smile.

“Yeah, I’ve got a friend who is 42 and she just had her second child. No problems whatsoever,” another piled on.

I simply told them to Google it and get back to me. They never did, but they thought they won the argument. I didn’t want to be a dickhead about it and just left it well enough alone. They’d previously mentioned to me that they’ll probably never get married or have children.

It’s not just human reproductive nature that stumps the normie, it’s basic history as well. The old Jay Leno “man on the street” bit called Jaywalking, where he asks basic questions (sometimes US history related) to mouth breathing normies,  is very unsurprising to me post-red pill. Just recently, I’ve had normies state (with a straight face) the following:

  1. The Romans were Greek.
  2. Pretty sure Hannibal was black. He was from Africa.
  3. I didn’t know the British supported slavery.
  4. The US was never founded on slavery.
  5. Thomas Jefferson didn’t own slaves and neither did George Washington.
  6. The Confederacy murdered six million slaves.
  7. The Civil War started in 1880.
  8. Who is Jefferson Davis?
  9. When did WWI end?
  10. Hitler would have invaded the United States, the German Navy was bigger than the British. Trust me, I went to the Naval War College.
  11. We’d be speaking German if they’d won the war.
  12. We fought in Korea?
  13. There was no Red Scare.
  14. Vietnam was the costliest war in US history.
  15. Jim Crow ended under Bill Clinton.
  16. Jim Crow killed six million black people.
  17. Bill Clinton didn’t have an affair.

Sounds pretty dumb, right? Complete historical illiteracy and borderline delusional? Yep, that’s your normie right there. Bellicose and proud, the normie will charge straight into a discussion with the knowledge-base, expertise and acumen of a 3rd grader. It wouldn’t piss me off so much if it wasn’t for their smug overconfidence.

Ultimately, our job is to wake up the Eternal Normie before our country matches the Los Angeles from Blade Runner. It’s not an easy job. Today’s normies are dumb, plus they’re addicted to virtue signaling (one recently told me to not use the term “prostitute,” but “sex worker” was okay because it’s not judgmental).

As my old man used to say, “If it was easy, anyone could do it.” That’s why we’re here, fam. We’re the only ones that can do it.

– Originally published at Identity Dixie.


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