by Emmett R Smith
Illinois Governor Blagojevich has been laid by the heels by the feds after a long investigation, and most recently for trying to plot to auction off (!) President-elect Obama’s vacated Senate seat. It is the universal political tale of corrupt thieving. There is nothing whatsoever authentically individual about any of the irremediably stupid details. It is a collective tale of persons all more or less possessed by their impulses. Only incidentally is it to the point that Illinois politics is a real sewer. The point of that being the real problem is that, today, very many Americans in fact may be physiologically and neurologically incapable of morality. When you crowd them into a gaudy hole like Chicago, you merely amplify the standing wave of moral insanity.
Now we must dig deeper.
Only ask yourself, why do these saps and pinheads invariably think they can get away with it?
The inept and unfit ethical morons sentenced today to probation and other non-penalties in Nevada, after rolling over on their quondam buddy, O J Simpson, after the bungled Heisman Trophy stealing episode in a hotel casino there, all betrayed on Court Tee Vee by their very physical persons key signs of the real problem.
Now, the palpably deformed countenance of the Illinois Governor may well supply us with the final clues:
The waxy suety skin and jowls and overlarge pores, the fish lips so reminiscent of unhallowed old New England scenes and eyes just a tad too close set, all are bad enough. But, the pinched inadequate nostrils are the ultimate damnable stigma. The mouth-breather Illinois Governor is an absolute casualty of too many generations of processed food and bad nutrition.
It is simply enough a matter of too many sins against our evolutionary history in too short a time, with industrialized “foods.” Those who would wish to learn more can do no better than to consult this link below, to the website of the Weston A Price Foundation. It is a real eye-opener and very possibly will lead you, too, to change your way of eating completely, most of all for the sake of our children and all the generations to come.
After even a cursory review, you will agree that we’ve no choice now but to imprison people such as the Illinois Governor for a good long time to come. These tragic legions are the miserable casualties of ignorance, and their own incapacity to learn by now is congenitally invincible. But while we keep them off of the street, we can also take steps to improve the genetic basis for future human moral and cultural development — by taking control of what we eat today. If Dr Price be right, then right feeding from this day henceforward is our only hope, and our slogan must be:
“Tomorrow Does NOT Belong To The Governors Of Illinois!”
[Emmett R Smith all rights reserved 9 December 2008]