Monday, August 6, 2012

Palm-Zombie Apocalypse

I've traveled all over SWPL-stan this Summer.

No matter where I went -- Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle...THEY were everywhere!


I also found growing populations of them already established in third-world, poverty-stricken places like Baja and Jalisco...

¡Viva la palma-zombie apocalipsis!

North and Central America have been invaded! In the cities, suburbs, villages and towns....

...on the trains, buses, trolleys and ferries....

...loading...loading...loading... the parks, restaurants, eateries....

Another Fine Dining Experience... the bars and pubs...

Let's Party!

...and even while hiking in the woods...

Aaaahhh...enjoying the Great Outdoors!

I returned to my island home in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, and I see THEY have invaded my shores as well...

Actually, they've been here for awhile, I just never really noticed how bad it was before, 'til I gained perspective from my travels...


It's a Brave New World.


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Anonymous said...

Brave New World sums it up best.

A lot of people who fear the direction society's going point to Orwell's '1984'. I think that Huxley was a lot closer to the truth. Mindless employment bolstered by liberal supplies of dope, sexual titilation, and brain-dead entertainment, a Utopia where everyone has a 'right' to be happy.

And if that doesn't make you happy enough; there'll plenty of re-education camps available to show you the errors of your thinking! LOL

Our culture is toast...

Amy said...

I've recently deactivated my FB account, and I do not own a smart phone, though I think the day is coming when everyone will more or less have to have a smart phone because data services will migrate completely to 3/4G networks. I see it as a natural trend in business and technology, but one easily exploitable by TPTB in the ongoing effort to dumb down the population.

I am reminded of an old Dilbert cartoon where the power goes out for an extended period and no ones phone works. The office culture quickly reverts to a medieval one and people are forced to sit and eat and talk with each other, to their great discomfort. The office female suddenly becomes aware of her sex and that of her male counterparts. People drop the masks of collegiality and either remain real friends or tell their enemies what they really think of them. Once the power comes back on, they revert to the pleasant exteriors and automaton activity. This IS our current state. Automatons.

A while back, on the O&A show on satellite radio, comedian Jim Breuer did a bit almost a half hour long about how books, movies, politicians, the news channels (all of them) TELL YOU WHAT TO THINK. It was interesting because I'd never really heard it put that way before, but I'd felt that idea tugging at the corners of my mind. When the talking heads and pols and pundits and your phone and TV and even radio can stream constant info into your head, you don't know where your thoughts end and the mind control begins - a feature, not a bug.

Good post.

Link to Breuer bit (no video, just audio):

Retrenched said...

Ain't that the truth. I remember just a few years back when people would take their lunch breaks in the cafeteria at work. They would visit, they would laugh, they would trade stories. Now there's almost no conversation at all... everyone just stares at their phones. Men, women, the young, the old... everyone.

CarpeOro said...

I tell my wife regularly that I do have a smart phone. It can answer calls, take pictures, and be set as an alarm clock. I just made sure to get the cheapest flip phone I could and tell people I can't text from it (I can, but only with considerable effort), CALL ME INSTEAD! I loathe texting.

Anonymous said...

Recently, we were having an interesting discussion on another forum about how easily the elites can foist a 'new normal' on the culture practically at will. It's obvious that this isn't possible until a society has been completely reduced to the level of unthinking automatons.

Their method of doing this is to bombard the human mind with a mixture of disinformation, distraction, a small dose of half-truth so that a rational thought never has a chance to germinate. Add into this the culturally programmed deference to pundits and self-styled experts and you wind up with a society---exactly like the one we now have---where any mind that has any connection to reality is pushed to the social margins.

Nestorius said...

You should read these websites:

Keoni G said...


Been reading Vigilant for a couple of years now, already on my blogroll.

Never heard of Thanks, will check it out.

Unknown said...

WOW following your comments at Dalrock's: you vs GBFM I couldn't believe it. The showdown! I'm only half way through the comments. Just came to this one: "Game doesn’t cause promiscutiy. Guys who understand Game can use it for promiscuity…or they can use it to become a successful Husband, Father and head of his household." I had to come here and give you props. Man you have a way of understanding and a way of words way beyond more manosphere writers. I really respect GBFM, too, so it's been very interesting reading this discussion so far. I almost never comment but that showdown pulled me out. Thanks for all the enlightening-

Nestorius said...


However, take note that Vigilant Citizen is an insider. His task is more to abduct people into their ideology. Check this:

I fist suspected that Vigilant Citizen was an insider when commented on "I Pet Goat II" as such:
"Agreeing or disagreeing with the movie’s spiritual conclusion is a question of personal beliefs, but it is nevertheless obvious that those behind I, Pet Goat II are “in the know” about all things occult, esoteric and even conspiratorial. Each scene has a profound underlying story behind it – whether it be historical, political or spiritual – that would take pages and pages of words to thoroughly explain. Therein lie the power of symbols: They can simply be admired for their aesthetic beauty or they can, when fully understood, reveal a profound story about humanity, God and everything in between."

Keoni G said...

It's par for the course in studying the conspiracy sector of teh interwebz, to take nothing at face value and simply assume all are corrupted to some degree or another. You have to corroborate and observe and compare info to try and discern what is truth, and what are mis-info and dis-info.

VC is no different than listening/watching Alex Jones or Jesse Ventura's shows or reading Jeff Rense's website...nothing any of them discuss is 100% verifiable.

But what I do find most compelling about VC is his continual highlighting of all this symbolism found in pop culture.

Anonymous said...

GBFM gets on my nerves pretty quick. A little dose of butthext lzozlzozozlzoz butthext lzozlzozozlzoz butthext lzozlzozozlzoz is amusing, but it never comes in small doses, it is only applied with the fire hose.

Breeze said...

@ First Anon: The best way to implement something is to show people the opposite and make them think that is what they should be worried about. The elites feed us Orwellian paranoia (implemented by useful tools such as Obama who doesn't realise just how low down the hierarchy he is). Feeling yourself fighting against an oppressive state is another form of distraction that feeds people's egos and makes them feel like they are achieving something with their blogging. If VC is a false flag guy then he probably does some of this.

@ Amy: Even if you can't use regular mobiles you can always use skype on your laptop etc. A smart phone is too small for doing work so as long as their is an alternative like that you can forego a smart phone.

Secondly, TV creates a receptive state in the human brain that accepts the info without thinking about it. Reading doesn't do this.

GBFM is a genius. One of the modern prophets. His usual spiel about butthexing, tucker max and beta bucks sums up so much a great deal of the red pill truth so easily.

More importantly GBFM writes the way he does because if he came and said the truth he would be ignored. This way he slips red pill truth in sideways.

Anonymous said...

It's true, you do the pictures playing out a lot around you. the last pic however, seems too perfect to be real, must have been staged.


Anonymous said...

Thank you, I was begining to think I am the only one who sees the cell phone zombie apocalyps. Here in Boston they ARE EVERYWHERE and make up a majority, They are way beyond rude to boot, feeling they are the entitled ones.

Again thanks, another who can see, but our society is toast, has been for a long time

Nestorius said...


VC and others like him are about indoctrinating new generations into Masonic ideology. Of course, we are benefiting from getting to know their ideology (although many of their ideologies have been exposed since William Morgan or Barruel and some of it is found in the writings of Aleister Crowley and Alice Bailey).

They are making themselves more apparent every day since they think that in the soon to start Age of Lucifer they will have complete control over humanity.

One thing about Masons is that they consider us stupid and unable to find out their tricks.

One very important book to read is:
"The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave" by Fritz Springmeier & Cisco Wheeler
The book reveals the dangerous practices in creating mind control slaves. Very disturbing material.

Anonymous said...

You need to grow up and get a life. Freemasonry doesn't control anything.

Of course, there are groups out there that want to take over the US and (long-term) other parts of the world. But it's not a bunch of over-grown frat boys who meet in lodges who are doing it.

The sheer incompetence of the elites ought to demonstrate on its face that there's no organized effort, headed by some criminal mastermind, to achieve control.

The groups who want absolute power in the US are a loose confederation of fanatical ideologues, criminal gangsters, a few realpolitik cynics, and a few hangers-on. Look at any totalitarian regime and you'll find they been composed of elements just like these. Ours is no different.

Anonymous said...

That's an excellent point, that the elites feed us an Orwellian scenario to distract us from the Huxleyan one that they're actually implementing. Our elites are a gang of criminals, but the Orwellian leaders were psychotics.

I've come to believe too that a lot of the apocalyptic/doomsday scenarios that come up in pop culture regularly (the Mayan Calendar being the most recent) are intentionally spread to condition people to accept major socioeconomic paradigm-shifts as normal.

Anonymous said...

Long time reader, first time commenter. Actually found out about the red pill from here (and subsequently swallowed it). Being 19 my generation is very smartphone oriented, I use my smartphone (iPhone if we want to be technical) for a lot of reading both online and offline, I have read about a half dozen books from my Kindle app and read dozens of blog posts from my phone as well(most of my friends only surf reddit or text). However, I have reduced facebook activity to almost zilch over the summer, checking it once every other week or so.

Anonymous said...

Once upon a time, our cultural icons were real men and women who did real things. I saw an article recently about modern pop culture's obsessions with the occult. Whether you believe in the occult or not, it's hard not to gauge the state of the culture by these archetypes:

1. Witches: the bitter, angry, but powerful female (feminists)

2. Vampires: animated corpses that feed off living energies of others (the welfare state)

3. Zombies: mindless drones controlled by handlers (the sheeple, or average American)

4. Werewolves: humans transformed into animals (representing the transition from civilization to savagery).

The culture is headed down the drain when things like these define it.

dannyfrom504 said...


i've decided to buy a few acres back in southern La. and then, i retire (just over a year), i'm parking a travel trailer on it and starting a micro farm. i MIGHT work, but i'll be tending to the farm more than anything.

going back to being a Cajun. lol. i'll hunt, trap, fish...i can't wait.

Anonymous said...

Unlimited text and data plans for mobile phones are like an all-you-can-eat buffet for people who are inclined to treat that as an all-you-could-possibly-eat binge.

Please put your hands where we can see them and step away from the data buffet!

Here's what fascinates me about people who overuse mobile devices: they usually have this look about them that makes it appear like they're working.

Facebook? Busy working. Reddit? Mucho, mucho work here. Foursquare? So much work to do, can't visit all the places to work in. Pinterest? Workin' the pictures, can't you see, busybusybusy bzzzzzbzzzzbzzz ...

Then again, they're really leashes and trackers, making people "on call" for the people they have to suffer through at work in addition to all of the other people they have to suffer through.

My favourite "silver bullet": a Faraday shield bag. Pop someone's phone in one and it can kiss "the network" goodbye. Kills unnecessary conversations dead. Available from all quality purveyors of specialised kit for police mobile forensics specialists ...

Cul-De-Sac Hero said...

Culdesachero just entered the world of the zombies. I got my first real smart phone with a data plan. I often use it to read blogs like this one and stream video of GirlWritesWhat.
So far, the red pill has prevented me from becoming a zombie. I haven't tried to walk blindly across the street while I'm reading or texting. I walk down the street with my head forward, despite the possibility that this could result in eye contact with a fellow pedestrian. I enjoy being aware of my surroundings. Whenever some zombie nearly runs into me or I get stuck trying to get into or out of a building while some zombie texter stops right in the doorway I wish I had a cattle prod.
Am I taking a risk by carrying this device? Maybe, but it's essential to keep my cover.

Dystopia Max said...

I was immune to the Facebook and Zynga behemoth because I grew up with videogames where the Skinner Box elements were afterthoughts rather than the whole point of the game.

Lord, I thank thee for the old manly level designers who forced me to actually think and project into the characters and their worlds rather than designing quick, bite-sized distractions that teach nothing worth remembering past the moment.