America- Dumb, Dumber, and Dumbest

I’m taking the gloves completely off here. I’ve inferred that Americans collectively are pretty gullible and naive. I’ve invoked comparisons to Mike Judge’s movie Idiocracy. But it’s time to simply tell it like it is: the majority of present-day Americans are stupid beyond belief.

This doesn’t include all the increasing number of “awake” people out there, but it certainly does include the newly coined “woke” folk, who seem to be sleeping more soundly than the average American dupe. Ironically, a lot of these “woke” Americans are “mad as hell” but their anger is focused exclusively on Donald Trump. They figure if they can just get him to go away, things will be back to normal. “Normal” being the kind of nonstop corruption I wrote about in Hidden History. 

My bleak assessment has some scientific evidence to back it up. Even mainstream sources report that IQ scores all over the world have been dropping for decades. Some estimates put the IQ drop at about 7 points for each subsequent generation born after 1975. These studies were centered in Norway, or other parts of the western world. My guess is that the average American IQ, if anything, has decreased more sharply than that.

There are plenty of factors here. The increased consumption of processed foods, poisonous preservatives, GMO products, and the constant stress everyone is subjected to by the modern world have all contributed. Insipid and offensive films and television shows, dishonest state-run media, and wrong-headed public school systems were even more crucial in dumbing down the populace. Nonstop propaganda- really brainwashing- has turned many Americans into unthinking, unquestioning sheep who lack both empathy and a moral compass.

Consider all that Americans have permitted over just the last thirty years. They fell for the “invasion” of Kuwait nonsense, and were ready to send their children to die in a place they wouldn’t have been able to locate on a map the week before. They parroted the mainstream media line about Saddam Hussein being a “brutal” madman, when they previously wouldn’t have been able to identify him. They fell for the “babies in incubators” line from the crying young girl, and didn’t blink when she was exposed as the daughter of the Kuwaiti ambassador lobbying for war.

Enough Americans bought Bill Clinton’s obsequious “I feel your pain” charade to elect him president twice. They ignored the growing body count and the outrageous corruption that began in Arkansas during his tenure as governor, as studiously as the fawning mainstream media did.

We crossed one of those important moral lines in the sand when the majority of Americans stood by silently as armored tanks demolished a home (smeared continuously in the media as a “compound”) and poured deadly gas banned by the Geneva Convention inside, killing civilians that included a large number of children. What happened at Waco should have garnered impeachment charges against Bill Clinton, with criminal charges to follow. Instead, the inventor of identity politics was re-elected, and continued to garner almost 100 percent support from Hollywood.

Americans accepted the ridiculous magical fertilizer bomb theory at Oklahoma City, and cheered when patsy Timothy McVeigh was executed in record time. They swallowed the “JFK Jr. was reckless” accidental death theory in 1999, and no one exposed the truth about this latest Kennedy assassination until I investigated and wrote about it in Hidden History. 

On September 11, 2001, we crossed a line that will be very difficult to step back from. Up until that point, no steel frame high rise had ever collapsed from fire. On that day, three did- including Building 7, which was not struck by any aircraft. Since then, no building has. A magical day indeed, and one which exposed the new collective stupidity of Americans, as they stared transfixed at their television screens, as military “expert” after military “expert” told them that the “terrorists” had done this, and nothing would ever be the same.

The majority of Americans accepted that nineteen crazed Arabs, who admittedly were not qualified to fly planes, executed this terrorist plot flawlessly, led by the new bogeyman, Osama Bin Laden, from his secretive cave lair. The odious, unconstitutional Patriot Act was quickly passed, with virtually no opposition from any public figure, and the unconstitutional Homeland Security Department was created. “Free speech zones” became all the rage, without a peep of protest outside the world of “conspiracy theorists.”

Before 9/11, the majority of Americans accepted the results of the dubious 2000 presidential election, which featured the first widespread mention of “hanging chads” and suggestions of voter fraud. I exposed the long history of American electoral corruption in Hidden History. The ballot box lost any significance it had long ago. Even if they counted the votes honestly, no honest candidates are ever permitted to run for president in either “opposing” party. As Huey Long said before they killed him, you have a choice between Tweedledee and Tweedledum.

Dubya Bush, despite severe deficiencies as a politician, was elected twice by the American people. He continued to dismantle what some of us call America 1.0, a job Bill Clinton did yeoman work on. Unbridled illegal crossings from the southern border, expanded Visa worker programs, unprecedented corporate greed, and the further weakening of unions contributed to a glaring disparity of wealth, lowered wages and decreased benefits for the poor and working class.

The election of Barack Obama represented a politically correct coronation. Bill Clinton’s “feel your pain” mantra found full fruition in the election of a half-black man with little personal history and monumental secrecy surrounding his past. Obama’s election first exposed the now massive cultural gap in the country. Half of America was ecstatic to see someone who wasn’t white elected as president, for no other reason than the fact he wasn’t white. Any criticism of Obama, who continued the dastardly nonstop war, corporate welfare policies of his predecessors, was instantly branded as “racist.”

Obama infuriated that segment of the population who bought into Donald Trump’s populist rhetoric. Many independents like myself were attracted to Trump’s often revolutionary comments as well. Obviously, over halfway through his first term, Trump has further divided the country, and become a lightning rod for all political discourse. The same people that loved Obama for being nonwhite and nothing else, despise Donald Trump because he seems so much like the old white guys who used to run this country.

This is merely a sampling of the tyranny Americans have permitted, just in recent times. I could have mentioned the ultimate corporate giveaway, when despite 95 percent of them opposing it in every poll, the biggest banks- those dubbed “too big to fail” by our state-run media, were bailed out by taxpayers after the 2008 economic crisis. If the banks want to be bailed out again, Americans will stand by politely. There will be no yellow jackets in the streets of America 2.0.

A movement like Brexit would not be possible in America, because a majority of our citizens still buy into the collective narrative, that there are no conspiracies, and our leaders are basically decent people with good intentions. Iceland threw their bankers in jail. I have tried to get Americans to even understand the counterfeit nature of our criminal fractional banking system, but most just don’t care.

I live in one of the richest counties in the country. Our roads are Third World quality, and our power grids are a joke. Power goes out here in a mild wind or simple rainfall. Many members of Congress drive the same roads I do, and yet they do nothing to upgrade them. Our infrastructure has not effectively been updated since the Eisenhower years. At least Trump talked about that, but again nothing has been done. Blame it on “partisan politics.” That’s what our state-run media does.

It’s not pleasant to call people stupid. After all, you wind up essentially calling yourself superior, and sounding elitist. But what else can you say about people who bought into the state-sanctioned, mainstream media driven “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory? The same Americans who can’t accept that 9/11 was an “inside job” believe that “the Russians” somehow “hacked” our election and denied us all the wonderful opportunity a Hillary Clinton presidency would have represented.

We’ve known the facts about the lack of intellect in our country for quite a while. All those “person in the street” interviews, done by everyone from Jay Leno to “conspiracy theorist” Mark Dice, demonstrate all too clearly just how ignorant the average American is. Many Americans seem to revel in their stupidity.

If Mike Judge’s film Idiocracy is now seen as an unfortunate prophecy, what does the huge popularity of the movie Dumb and Dumber demonstrate?

About donaldjeffries

Author of the critically acclaimed best sellers "Hidden History: An Expose of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover Ups in American Politics,""Survival of the Richest: How the Corruption of the Marketplace and the Disparity of Wealth Created the Greatest Conspiracy of All," and the newly released "Crimes and Cover Ups in American Politics: 1776-1963." Author of the 2007 sci-fi/fantasy novel "The Unreals," which has been described as a cross between The Wizard of Oz and The Twilight Zone, and compared to A Confederacy of Dunces and classic Russian literature. A second edition of "The Unreals" was published in February 2015 by Pocol Press. Long time JFK assassination researcher. Seeker of truth, proponent of justice and fairness. Enemy of corruption. Sender of as many "tiny ripples of hope" as possible.

Posted on June 4, 2019, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. Brilliant, thank you for this bitter pill! I think the huge popularity of Santa Clarita Diet suggests we should be clinging to the simple life of Dumb and Dumber! 🙂

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  3. This is really an awesome and insightful article.

  4. Well done, Mr. Jeffries.
    I am curious about the comment of Bill Clinton as the inventor of identity politics. Could you explain further? My understanding is activists (gays, feminists, black nationalists, NOI, Christian conservative groups, etc) we’re ramping up already in the 70’s and 80’s.

    • I think before Bill Clinton, that leading Democrats stuck to traditional liberal issues; support of unions and Big Labor (which no longer even exists), often talking of cutting the defense budget, ending poverty, prison reform, stopping prosecution for victimless crimes, against capital punishment, etc. Clinton, however, steered the party towards that mythical “center,” and was overtly pro-war, “reformed” welfare by making it harder for those in need to get any help, and his “three strikes you’re out” and mandatory minimum sentencing changes resulted in more prisoners, many of them nonviolent, than any country has ever had. But he did all this while mouthing virtue signaling platitudes. Under his reign, the social justice warriors were born, “hate speech” became referred to constantly, and the kind of authoritarian leftist rhetoric we all take for granted now became standard for all Democrats.

      • Okay, I got it. He and Tony Blair are emblematic of “neoliberalism” as used in the common parlance with its platitudes of justice and equality all while increasing state power.

        Madeleine Albright, Bosnia, Waco, and the 1996 Crime Bill. All while he’s “the first black president”.

        He made identity politics which was somewhat on the margins previously a part of the political dialogue then. I was in college then (92-96) and it was starting to an extent as I remember activities I took part in about “stereotyping” and “date rape” though the terms like “micro aggressions”, “checking your privilege”, and “toxic masculinity” were not heard.

        I definitely had at least a few professors who were going in that direction. But without the internet it was a different era.

  5. Rocky Danelli

    I thought I was the only one who questioned the sanity, intelligence, and morality of the boobs who inhabit this country. It truly has devolved into an idiocracy. I never had any illusions about this country’s government being moral in any sense of the word after Vietnam and the many assassinations in the ’60s, but sometimes I have to ask myself – is this the same country I grew up in? Are there any human beings left in this country that are capable of critical thinking and sentient thought? Is no one angry at what this county has become? The same old lies being recycled over and over again. Rinse and repeat. Russians are hiding under your bed with nefarious intent! Iraq is an imminent threat! Iran is an imminent threat! Here we have a government willing to murder and torture its own citizens in false flag attacks as a cover to murder foreigners and pillage their countries. Quislings at the highest level of said government serving at the behest of a foreign master and willing to sell out their own native land and commit any crime for their foreign master while only caring about their own self-aggrandizement. And somebody’s voting for these scumbag criminals! They should be getting the Mussolini treatment. I think John Adams was right – the constitution requires an informed and moral people for it to work. Hence we find ourselves where we are: a government of wolves ruling a moribundly stupid, immoral, naive, and somnolent population. Welcome to America 2019.

  6. Without a doubt sir!!
    The video game business, along with perpetual TV nonsensical reality shows catering to the lowest common denominator of the masses of Sheeple, is confirmation of the entertained to death narrative. Masses walking and driving staring at their several hundred dollar video phones which own their minds.
    Afghan war now on for almost twenty years and no one cares about the grifters theft there.

    My current favorite is Catherine Austin Fitts absolute confirmation if the missing $21 TRILLION stolen out of the DOD coffers, and not a peep in the complicit MSM.

    The Democrats are fighting so hard to get rid of Trump, with no agenda other than he is Bad, as they are simply desperate to get the Stealing Rights back.

    Obama turning the DOJ / FBI into a crime syndicate is just business as usual, so far.

    Facebook is absolutely a magic palliative for the times, as EVERYONE likes to see pictures of themselves!!

  7. Don, as a heads up, your episode 26 on your show, “I Protest” for 7 June isn’t posted on TFR as of Monday, 10 June. The playback and the download feature are empty, i.e., the podcast won’t play nor can a subscriber download that particular podcast. I left a message with the TFR Helpdesk, but no response. Just thought you should know…

  8. Yes, the studio had some issues last Friday. I heard no music or ads during the two hours, and had to keep asking the live chat people if they could hear me, so I would know if I was even going out on the air. I’m aware that the archived version won’t play- I imagine it’s related to whatever problems they had. Sorry about that, but if they fix the archived version so that it will play, I’ll reply again here to let you know. Thanks.

  9. James Harrison


  10. Toronto Raptors – NBA champs! Did you see that final game? They dethroned the Warriors!

    • Raptors, Bill!

      Finally, an interesting post. Do you think Kawhi will go to the Clippers? How about that AD trade to the Lakers?

  11. Hi Donald, I heard your last episode on TFR when you said that RedSilverJ #TeamWakeEmUP hadn’t posted anything in months. Well, if you check out his main YouTube channel, RedSilverJ, you will see that he is active and posted several videos within the last week. His other YouTube channel, TeamWakeEmUP, hasn’t been active in over 10 months. Just wanted to send you a heads up on that.

  12. Ralph B. Seymour

    It’s pretty fucking obvious.

    Game Set Match, Globalists

    Prepare for the Jew World Order!

  13. My first exposure to long list of false flags in our history was from James Perloff. Thank you for expanding my knowledge of history as well as highlighting the hypocrisy that we are currently living through. I hope you have more luck getting through to people. But it seems like the vast majority I communicate with are living under a veil that will not allow them to see an alternative view.

  14. Christopher J. McKinley

    Well, this excellent essay probably caused all the world’s cultural Marxists to salivate and have multiple dreams of the wet kind.
    All I know is that the Department of Homeland Security has an army of about 150,000 Trotskyites, with an arsenal of 3 billion hollow-point bullets.
    Maybe they will shoot dead all the dumb, dumber, and dumbest Americanos. Or maybe they will save their ammo for the best and brightest, and not yet dumbed down Americanos.
    Does anyone here think that this one is a coin flip?

    • Jeffrey Donald

      Hi, Christine!

      You wouldn’t know a Trotskyite from a Big Mac. And here’s hoping one of those hollow points reaches your empty noggin.

  15. The demise of critical thinking? ie too much data to learn, omitting analysis.
    Negrofication as a mechanism toward racial tolerance? Praising a hedonistic culture as “gifted”.
    Muslimisation as a mechanism toward religious tolerance? Praising an authoritarian culture as wise.
    Hook, line, and sinker into slavery.

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