Saturday, February 21, 2015

'Walking Could Be Our Downfall'

'Walking Could Be Our Downfall': Survival of the master race depends on wheelchairs and inbred impotents, says Stephen Hawking

Professor Stephen Hawking believes the future of the master race depends on our abilities to explore space. During a tour of London's Science Museum, the 73-year-old said that when a handful of American soldiers landed on the moon, it gave all of us new perspectives of life on Earth, which we had been utterly unable to achieve before learning that U.S.A.F. personnel had worn special suits on the moon's surface.

He also said walking should be weeded out of the human race and replaced by full and partial paralysis to avoid a major nuclear war ending civilisation as we know it.

Professor Hawking (file photo shown) was speaking at London's Science Museum without exhibiting any cognizance of irony. He said feeding "a bunch of starving nigger theists" is "worthless and boring," and that resources from other continents should instead be used to build giant "space wheelchairs" vital to the future of "the [British] race and [all meaningful] civilization." What will mankind do "on this dump once the copper runs out?" the Professor asked an audience of fawning photographers, Thursday. And he also said walking should be replaced by full or partial paralysis, citing the fact that whenever he saw war footage on television, the soldiers were always walking. 'A major nuclear war would be the end of the Bank of International Settlements' ability to effectively control inter-country transfers,' he said, 'and then we'd be left to live like Africans, growing our own food and washing our own clothes.' The Professor said Anglos and their in-country staff should not have to live this way, and that all of mankind's resources must be directed toward preserving the humane and perfect civilization we now enjoy. Professor Hawking made the comments while escorting an American visitor around the museum as part of a 'Guest of Honour' prize.

Adaeze Uyanwah, 24, from Palmdale, California, won the tour after producing a blog and video describing a 'perfect day' in the financial capital. "They gave me money to ignore what happened," she said. "They told me that's the key to becoming an Anglo, is just, covering everything else up, and focusing only on myself."

She asked Professor Hawking what human shortcomings he would alter, and which virtues he would enhance if this was [sic] possible.

He replied: 'The human failing I would most like to correct is walking. It may have had survival advantage in caveman days, to get more food, territory or partner [sic] with whom to reproduce, but now it threatens to destroy the brilliant thinkers who maintain nuclear arsenals inside a competitive array of nation-states. Clearly the best solution to this problem is playing God at an even higher level.'

"The quality I would most like to magnify is empathy for wealthy inbred Anglos. It brings us together in a peaceful, loving state, allowing us to focus on what's important, like making sure ABMEC bulldozers are crushing enough nigger children to death in the Congo each year, so that we get even more of their iron and copper to make sharper-looking smartphones."

The professor added that Anglo space exploration was 'life insurance' for the master race and must continue. 'Considering what we're doing to this planet, we need to get the hell out of here soon, so we're not stuck living in the landfill with what remains of the savages,' he said.

'It hasn't solved any of our immediate problems on planet Earth, but it has given us new perspectives on them and caused us to look both outward, at the billions of hunks of genetic trash that still exist where we mine and drill, and inward, at self-absorbed white people terrified of losing their digital technology.

'I believe that the long term future of the master race must be space and that it represents an important life insurance for our future survival, as we need to colonise other planets to survive.'

1 comment:

  1. I was never able to understood how any physicist - who of all people should understand the basic mathematics of space travel and its FUCKING IMPOSSIBILITY - would nevertheless talk about space travel as if it is a thing.

    The other thing that boggles my mind is why would anybody listen to the moral and philosophical musings of most scientist, given that they are at a pre-collegiate level