A revised 2nd half of this article, concerning the Unz Review & George Floyd, may be read as a stands-alone piece at Fort Russ News –

Yep. High IQs do remarkably stupid things. Most super high IQs are socially alienated, or perhaps better said, ‘butt-hurt’ personalities that never had the common sense to grasp what is actually up with their social handicap.

I’m from a family of ‘big heads’ (larger than average brain size) where above average IQs are frequently (more often than not) are found. [1] The problem with the big-heads is, once you’ve exceeded an IQ of 150 (on average) you’re ‘too smart’ to fit in. [2] Yep, go above 150 and you likely don’t fit anywhere except in the butt-hurt big-head clubs. Most of these big-heads are socially maladapted for divers, related reasons, mainly cultural. Many of them were screwed (alienated) by the inflexibility of standardized education. Others were made into freaks by those recognizing they were ‘gifted’ with high IQ and pushed into expectation of becoming ‘super-performers.’ [3] And not a small proportion of the big heads became a class of butt-hurt geniuses that socialize in cloistered (super-intelligent, big-heads only) communities where they moan and croak over the ‘mainstream-normal’ imbeciles that both; ruined and rule over their lives. [4]

A small matter of, comparatively speaking, the stupid people are outwitting the REALLY SMART people to a point the stupid people and not the smart people, are running the show. Uh-oh. How’d that happen?

To discover what is up (for you all) with the honky big heads, I returned to one of my ‘light skinned Indian’ acquaintances that deliberately passes for White in the Western culture, and also happens to be a fellow ‘big-head.’ I know two of these big-headed ‘lost Indians’ who became culturally displaced with the dying out of authentic native ways as the dominant culture extinguished the world their literal ‘grandfathers’ had known. What do you suppose we might learn from these invisible Indians walking among you? What follows is result of our information sharing and is my interpretation of the conversation.

But first, the disclaimer: to be honest in the Native way, we must qualify this literary endeavor as a joke story drawn from real life, a sort of collage of facts assembled from bits and pieces of diverse experience, combined with anecdotal information creating the culturally intact Native wisdom inherent in their humor. And because unlike the White world, the Native world entertains paradox in daily approach to life, possibly some of what you read here is simply made up from the imagination’s fund of plausible improbabilities. So, this is the loophole provided to the Cartesian-Platonic shaped mentality to opt-out of the following; none of which need be taken seriously. Call it social science fiction. Never mind that maybe, just maybe, what follows is actually very straightforward narrative and fact.

The Butt-Hurt Big-Heads

“Clearly, few of the people of working age with D15IQs over 150 have appropriate outlets. The only probable exceptions are Mathematics and Theoretical Physics where the range of comprehensibility is probably closer to 60 R16IQ points than to the 30 R16IQ point Hollingsworth limit. However, the careers are only appropriate, with regard to interest and disposition, for a small percentage of the 150+ D15IQ population. The vast majority have no appropriate career options” [5]

Or so is the ostensible conclusion drawn by the typical butt-hurt big-head. Going to the subject of “Theoretical Physics” where competence is more or less limited to big-heads, let begin with a baseline comparison between cultural applications employing big-heads, first the Western theoretical physicist:

“While being able to transport anything large, like a cat … is a long way off, scientists have managed to transport a single photon or electron about 100km” [6]

So, the (oddly ‘mainstream’ employed) theoretical physicist (big-head) can (kinda-sorta) replicate in the lab setting what Star Trek did with ‘beam me up’ but are limited to micro-physical objects. Let’s now compare this to what the Native American big-head is capable of:

“Dreaming is key, not asleep dreams but bringing dream to waking reality. It was only 15 or so years ago a pilgrimage was made by some Indians, to a place of power where ceremony had last been called for more than 100 years previous. ‘The Dreamers’ [Native American big-heads lumped into the category of ‘medicine men’ in the pidgin] were notified the time was correct. The people gathered at the end of the road where a camp was made across a canyon from the site, located about 3 miles beyond the opposite or far canyon wall. But to access the place required a further travel by trail nearly 7 miles up the canyon to a place the people could cross and then trek back down the other side of the canyon and then over to the sacred site. The group was comprised of old people, middle aged, young men & women, and children: with ‘scouts’ on horseback, everyone else walked. The ceremony was brought off [a ‘sight’ ceremony where information is revealed] and the day was drawing to a close when the return trek was undertaken. Some of the old people and the children were struggling. The Dreamers then sent the scouts to a point at the canyon where there is ‘normally’ only sheer cliff .. except on this occasion the scouts found a place where a trail leading down to the canyon floor had opened and this allowed the entire group into the canyon and they were also able trek up the other side. The group was disoriented on arrival at the top, finding the campsite was not recognizable as theirs until a fire was made by The Dreamers for the people to gather around to ‘sing’ themselves into the ‘present’ and everything was as before; the camp with tents and vehicles was suddenly organized as they’d left it and the trail they had returned by did not exist. This was a collective experience of nearly 100 Native people” [for the racially conflicted reading here, this “nearly 100 Native people” included 3 whites] [7]

Meanwhile, over in the Western big-heads’ theoretical physics lab:

“Objective Reality Doesn’t Exist, Quantum Experiment Shows

“[the] experiment therefore shows that, at least for local models of quantum mechanics, we need to rethink our notion of objectivity. The facts we experience in our macroscopic world appear to remain safe, but a major question arises over how existing interpretations of quantum mechanics can accommodate subjective facts.

“Some physicists see these new developments as bolstering interpretations that allow more than one outcome to occur for an observation, for example the existence of parallel universes in which each outcome happens…” [8]

Now, the Western big-heads blew it with their ‘almost’ interpretation (their misapprehension of “the facts we experience” for the fact they cannot ‘see’ the facts outside the lab), but here it is more accurately restated…

“A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality

“Physicists have long suspected that quantum mechanics allows two observers to experience different, conflicting realities. Now they’ve performed the first experiment that proves it” [9]

…and can be demonstrated in the Native American stick game:

“Goat guessed, he pointed, and at that moment I felt a small jump in both my fists, and opening them, it was revealed to both Goat and myself.. Goat had missed, but actually not. The bones were the reverse position of how I had hid them, they had switched without my opening my hands. I was playing in Dream Time, in the awake world. Goat saw this, I was doing something more typical for him to do.. and he made me look at it

“…Only the real Medicine people in the crowd would have witnessed the actual sorceries, the phenomena, and a game that would be strictly entertainment at the highest level for their sake. The uninitiated would only have seen an especially entertaining game” [10]

The “uninitiated” (Western educated Indians) would make a good metaphor for the big-headed theoretical physicists being the ‘objective observers’ who, when stepping out of the lab, cannot shake off the ‘objectivity’ of the Cartesian-Platonic mentality stemming from Indo-European ‘dualism’ (cultural schizophrenia, actually) where:

We’re not used to thinking about process. We communicate with an object-based language. [Theoretical physicist] David [Bohm] invented a thing called – “rheomode“ – language in which we speak to each other in a flowing mode. There are some ancient languages which do this – Hopi Indian and some others. In his book Wholeness and the Implicate Order, you’ll find a chapter on language, in which he discusses this rheomode. It didn’t work [for science], because we were still thinking of objects” -theoretical physicist Basil Hiley [11]

Then, juxtapose Hiley’s admitted rank fail of scientists to this:

“…there was a knock on the door of the ceremonial house which was unusual because during ceremony the rule is an open door, no knocking. Sitting closest to the door, I opened it to a young woman asking for help, there had been an automobile wreck and people were hurt. The main room this door opened to was crowded, with many ceremonial attendees, and as I turned to ask who would be able to assist, people were already moving towards the door to go out and help, everyone had seen and heard the person at the door. But no one was there. The young woman had vanished from plain sight in open terrain…” [12]

In other words, despite enough intellectual grasp to create lab experiments pointing to reality parameters outside of the ‘objective’ paradigm, when it comes to actually stepping out of the objective paradigm, the Western scientific big-heads can’t do it. The consequence of this is, reality, for the Western physicist, only exists in the lab (is strictly an intellectual exercise) and anything exterior to the lab, for instance the Native American experiences described in the preceding, cannot be ‘substantiated’ or are not ‘real’ despite the fact these sort of events are not uncommon, if normally not overtly revealed to a culture with a history of ‘burning witches’, nevertheless lab science points to their validity.

At the end of the day, we have some surviving, culturally intact Indigenous people doing exactly what the lab science says is possible and the lab scientists themselves would be the first to deny this reality for the fact when they’ve stepped out of the lab, culturally shaped bias determines they cannot see it and if they cannot see it, it cannot exist.

That is really, quite pervasively stupid.


What got me off my butt and brought this most recent rant on is, another Western culture big-head, Ron Unz, purportedly with an IQ of 200, inexplicably doing something so stupid, my jaw dropped at the stupidity despite my having long been accustomed to ‘smart’ white people doing incredibly stupid things.

Unz apparently couldn’t see the fact of George Floyd died at the hands of the police that had apprehended him and has pushed a rank amateur ‘study’, by one John-Paul Leonard, that ‘determined’ Floyd had died of a drug overdose coincidently timed to the several officers abuse of Floyd basically suffocating him: [13]

Misleading: Floyd’s blood tests showed a concentration of Fentanyl of about three times the fatal dose. [not true in a case of a user’s developed resistance]

Misleading: The knee hold used by the police is not a choke hold, it does not impede breathing. It is a body restraint and is not known to have ever caused fatal injury. [this hold restricts arterial flow to the brain]

Misleading: Floyd already began to complain “I can’t breathe” a few minutes before the neck restraint was applied, while resisting the officers when they tried to get him into the squad car. Fentanyl affects the breathing, causing death by respiratory arrest. [Fentanyl was a plausible underlying factor only, not a primary cause of George Floyd’s death, see the independent forensic pathologist farther on]

Misleading & wrong: It was normal procedure to restrain Floyd because he was resisting arrest, probably in conjunction with excited delirium (EXD), an episode of violent agitation brought on by a drug overdose, typically brief and ending in death from cardiopulmonary arrest. [EXD does not appear to have occurred]

Misleading & wrong: The official autopsy did indeed give cardiopulmonary arrest as the cause of death, and stated that injuries he sustained during the arrest were not life-threatening. [The official pathologist determined the cause of death was police restraint, see the independent expert farther on]

Misleading: Videos of the arrest do not show police beating or striking Floyd, only calmly restraining him. [the “calmly restraining” multiple officers were basically suffocating Floyd, keep reading]

Misleading & wrong: In one video Floyd is heard shouting and groaning loudly and incoherently while restrained on the ground, which appears to be a sign of the violent, shouting phase of EXD. His ability to resist four officers trying to get him into the squad car is typical of EXD cases. A short spurt of superhuman strength is a classic EXD symptom. [nowhere in the videos does Floyd demonstrate “superhuman strength” or other symptoms of EXD]

Unz on the preceding: “Just a few days ago, we published a lengthy analysis pointing to the strong evidence that George Floyd—universally hailed by the global media as a martyred police victim—had actually died of a illegal drug overdose” [14]

The rank amateur article has many flaws and glaring inconsistencies, the most egregious of which is the video evidence itself is misrepresented, not only the article badly mangling the facts overall. For a comparison blowing the Leonard article to pieces, one only need read the assessment of a forensic pathologist (with no skin in the game), Judy Melinek MD, at Medpage Today [15]

“Here’s what I don’t see: I don’t see someone who appears to be suffering from excited delirium [EXD] when drugs of abuse can cause agitation, hyperthermia, and sudden death. Floyd is not naked or dressed inappropriately for the weather. He does not appear to be sweating profusely. He does not appear to be agitated or violent.

“A short bystander video from another perspective shows three police officers kneeling on Floyd while another stands at his head. They appear to be exerting pressure on his neck, torso, left (still handcuffed) arm, and legs. Pressure on the torso can limit chest rise, and added pressure on other parts of the body can decrease cardiac return (the volume of blood coming back from the limbs)

“At the start of the video, Floyd has already appeared to have lost bladder function. This can be a sign of medical distress. Floyd specifically mentions “the knee in my neck,” a coherent statement and not the grunting and screaming we typically hear in deaths from excited delirium. As this video starts, Officer Chauvin already has his knee pressed on Floyd’s neck, and you can see that pressure is being applied to the part of his anatomy that contain the carotid arteries and jugular veins.

“the Hennepin County Medical Examiner issued a press release, and subsequent to that, the full autopsy report, which indicated that the cause of death was “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression,” and that the manner of death was homicide. They listed arteriosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease, fentanyl intoxication, and recent methamphetamine use as other significant conditions contributing to death.

“This means that Floyd stopped breathing and his heart stopped beating (cardiopulmonary arrest) because of the injury caused by his restraint in the custody of law enforcement officers, to include asphyxia from neck compression. Asphyxia means that there is a lack of oxygen going to the brain. It can happen from obstruction of the airway, restriction of breathing from compression of the neck or chest, or the prevention of blood flow to the brain by collapsing the blood vessels in the neck. It can also happen from the replacement of oxygen in the blood by carbon monoxide, or depletion of oxygen in the atmosphere, like in a fire…”

“The death certificate’s “other significant conditions” — Floyd’s natural heart disease and the presence of drugs of abuse in his tested blood — do not excuse the officers, nor should they cause anyone to blame the victim. They are there on the death certificate because those findings, in the opinion of the medical examiner, would have made his death more likely. They are not the cause of death. The cause of death is police restraint[Bold RTW]

Prior to this, Unz has published some people too ideologically stupid or misinformed for even the establishment to keep on board (Eric Margolis), lots of hyper-shallow stuff (Steve Sailer), practically dead & embalmed stuff (Pat Buchanan), stuff from the left, stuff from the right, et cetera but also sandwiched in to this is an intelligence professional like Phil Giraldi (no friend of criminal-treasonous lobby AIPAC) and the Unz platform has courageously taken on the vast lies and crimes of empire (the exceptional intelligence developed by Whitney Webb), and notably the false flag shoot-down of MH 17 (by Ron Unz himself.) Meanwhile, unz.com is smeared as ‘alt-right’ but in actuality it is a landing place for loons across the spectrum, the racist aspect of the so-called alt-right being but one niche (e.g. anti-immigrant-but-himself-an-immigrant John Derbyshire) and let’s not forget self-taught constitutional imbeciles (immigrant Llana Mercer) make no  small contribution to this rant being categorized under “morons.” Then, Unz has a few clueless Russians (Karlin, Shamir) who imagine they understand the psyche of Americans (who actually don’t understand themselves) and so on (inclusive of too many bruised titties to list here but we can ‘honorably mention’ the titties of C.J. Hopkins.)

But this one, exceptional, incredibly stupid act damaging The Unz Review [16] had been presented in the (Unz Newsletter) context of a Google de-listing & Facebook ban, which was like handing those fascist organizations a perfect justification for their censorship; because when it comes to misinforming people, the John-Paul Leonard article couldn’t have served a better purpose if had been designed and planted as a professional counter-intelligence ploy by COINTELPRO.

The butt-hurt big-head Ron Unz, when overlooking the John-Paul Leonard article is absolutely a bs presentation (didn’t vet the material), prior to promoting & running it (alternatively, is Ron Unz actually stupid enough to believe Leonard?), well, the Unz Review boss might as well have self-castrated from a professional intelligence point of view.

Big IQ? It’s over-rated.


[1] http://michaelwferguson.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_9997.html

[2] http://polymatharchives.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-inappropriately-excluded.html?m=1

[3] https://archive.li/eDvdH

[4] http://prometheussociety.org/wp/fire-list/

[5] same as [2] above: http://polymatharchives.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-inappropriately-excluded.html?m=1

[6] https://futurism.com/teleportation-could-possible-using-quantum-physics

[7] Contemporary Indigenous community oral history, first hand observation

[8] https://www.livescience.com/objective-reality-not-exist-quantum-physicists.html

[9] https://www.technologyreview.com/2019/03/12/136684/a-quantum-experiment-suggests-theres-no-such-thing-as-objective-reality/

[10] Stick Game (The Witches) https://ronaldthomaswest.com/2014/04/02/the-stick-game/

[11] https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/critical-opalescence/the-wholeness-of-quantum-reality-an-interview-with-physicist-basil-hiley/

[12] https://ronaldthomaswest.com/2019/05/15/stargate-project-3/

[13] https://www.unz.com/article/or-did-george-floyd-die-of-a-drug-overdose/

[14] Unz Newsletter received 24 June 2020

[15] https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

[16] https://www.unz.com/