Mr. Z, Jr.’s response….

To all of you who read his article and commented, here is a response from “Mr Z, Jr.”, my stepson who wrote the blog post below this one on Germany and how immigrants are, quite literally, destroying it with impunity.  I think it’s so important because it’s probably America’s future;  political correctness from leftwingers  will only be realized for what it is, even by the lefties, when we’ve come to the point we can’t do repairs.  I so wish more and more people could read what he’d written because we don’t hear the truth from our media.

Please, nobody ever blame me for detesting the Left.  Sorry, I don’t much like to detest anything, but I do, this bunch:

From Mr. Z, Jr.:

Thanks everyone for appreciating my article. This whole thing is one of the very movements that happen in Europe first and then come to America. Personally I don’t see any chance for things to turn better again. There are too many demanding foreigners in the EU, it’s beyond the point of no return already, at least without civil war. Germans won’t fight, 60 plus years of indoctrination is making its way. As long as the flat TV is running and there is some food on the table, everyone will mind his own business. The civil war will probably be started by the invaders: there will be a time where even Germany won’t have money anymore to feed these occupants. No money, no food, no help through the state means trouble. I understand why some Germans work as little as possible just to pay their bills. At the end of the month the state will have taken away about 80 percent of the income (taxes in all variations) to spread it out around the world but not for its own native people. Infrastructure is rotting away though the state is getting taxes in record amounts.
Another reason why this socialism thing is working so well is the reduction of the education quality (sarcasm). The lesser the people know the better they can be manipulated. There has been already a big discrepancy between my dad’s school education and mine, both graduating from school with “Abitur” ***. Nowadays there are many tutoring classes for new students at the university to make them fit enough to attend. There are many teachers leaving university to start their profession who can’t write a complete sentence without mistakes. Germany used to be the land of the thinkers – not anymore. Lots of well educated people leave the country and the goat herders move in as replacement. That’s a very good deal. (sarcasm)
Gute Nacht, Deutschland, der letzte macht das Licht aus.

Which I believe means “Goodnight, Germany, last one out, turn out the light.”  So sad.

***By the way, I’d just emailed Baysider the other night that I’ve always thought my husband’s German schooling was probably the very last REALLY GOOD schooling anybody got in any country’s public schools…all the way through.  Interesting that Mr. Z, Jr. mentioned this;  we had not discussed it before I read this and he doesn’t know I’m making a whole blog from his comment.

I just saw THIS ARTICLE that says German immigration by ‘asylum seekers’ has gone up 45% since the year before…..because of the problems in Syria, Lebanon, etc.  I’m thinking it would be better for another muslim country to take them in.  Oh, wait…all muslim countries are a MESS.   How ‘odd’ (sarc.)

Thoughts?
Z

 

 

 

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38 Responses to Mr. Z, Jr.’s response….

  1. John M. Berger says:

    We all better wake-up!

  2. geeez2014 says:

    Yes, or as they say Auf Deutsch, “WACH AUF!”

  3. geeez2014 says:

    Do you all see how it’s the same thing there; it’s no accident our education system is federal and SO BAD now….
    if GERMAN education can go downhill….believe me, ours was VERY GOOD when we went to school, but it’d be easier to mess ours up than theirs and, VOILA.

    I will say one thing for the French: : THEY ARE TOTAL PATRIOTS no matter WHAT.

    The Germans were, maybe to a fault, until WWII, then friends my husband’s age who live in Germany told me patriotism was kind of stopped immediately because of the war loss and the heinous doings of Hitler and his followers, of course. So patriotism hasn’t been a tough thing to ruin in Germany….Our German friends admired my patriotism for America, frankly…..even if a few giggled at my passion for it.
    That’s gone now, sadly. really it is.

  4. Imp says:

    Z…there has to be millions of Germans who have the same views….I know that here, despite what the left may think…we’ll have 100 Million plus who’ll take to the street if we have to.

  5. geeez2014 says:

    Imp; I wish you were right. Alex is pretty informed…he says that his friends who MIGHT feel differently than the Left, and even voice some distaste for what’s happening, don’t have the guts to really speak up. Very disheartening. When folks see police ignoring crime done by muslims and throwing Germans in jail for the same things, it’s pretty disheartening….they’re getting worn down. And look what he says about taxes and where all their money’s going…..

    But, I like to think your supposition is true and i’m hoping Alex will address it. He seems sort of stunned and almost has ‘given in’…he thinks there is ABSOLUTELY no hope. NONE.

  6. John M. Berger says:

    “As long as the flat TV is running and there is some food on the table, everyone will mind his own business.”
    WOW, does that sound familiar! I wonder if the Germans got to watch “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo”?

  7. geeez2014 says:

    John, I thought the same thing…..look at the more leftwing homepages, by the way, information about some ‘baby bump’ of some unwed female celeb comes before what’s going on in the Middle East.
    This is SO INTENTIONAL; we’ve dumbed everybody down and they’re going to be SO SHOCKED when their cush-y lives are drastically changed, aren’t they?
    They thought flat screen TVs were enough to have good lives…………….good luck with that, right?

  8. You all are going to laugh but……we still don’t have a flat screen TV! My big screen Mitsubishi refuses to give up, despite being left on most all day long. Its not worth anything and I hate to throw out a good running TV, but I guess I will have to eventually if I want to catch up to date!

  9. John M. Berger says:

    Mal,
    I have a 15 year old APEX TV that refuses to die. It runs 24-7, sometimes to create the illusion of occupancy when I’m gone. No laugh here!

  10. geeez2014 says:

    Mal, I’m with John… I got my first flat screen 2 weeks ago, so I’m not laughing 🙂 I still have one of those really deep clunkers in my living room cabinet!! It WORKS!

  11. John M. Berger says:

    Yeah, the one in my living room could be described as a “deep clunker”. I didn’t think of that.

  12. Imp says:

    @Mal, Z & John…”My big screen Mitsubishi refuses to give up..”

    My Mitsubishi in a spare room is 40 years old….with UHF dials even…which we converted to digital when the feds said we had to….still works like a champ and I’ve never spent a dime on it since. So do my 25 year old Advent floor Speakers ….Yamaha turntable and Yamaha amp… both 30 years old. And my JVC dual cassette deck…LOL. WHAT ARE CASSETTES DADDY????

    But..I got a 40″ flat LED for Christmas. Oh well…..the color and detail, I have to admit, is phenomenal though. Oh…..it’s a Samsung.

  13. geeez2014 says:

    Ya, my new Flat screen in the bedroom is Samsung….I thought the picture would be even better but it’s certainly better than the old ‘deep clunker’ was….And they say it would be better if I had something I don’t have…and I don’t WANT to have because the more complicated the less easy for me to USE!
    Honestly, the way things USED TO GET BUILT, you couldn’t kill ’em!

  14. Baysider says:

    “…a big discrepancy between my dad’s school education and mine.”
    This is how we slip into ‘dark ages’ and create oligarchies.

    So nice to meet Mr. Zj the other night, and under happier circumstances.

  15. Baysider says:

    Am I the LAST PERSON in America to not have a flat screen TV? We still have the box with a converter, but hardly use it. Can’t change it without an ‘advisor’ helping us package up a new system, so inertia has taken over. Honestly, I don’t know how to fire up the thing – with the converter. I tell Mr. B if anything happens to him I will have to watch all DVDs on my laptop!

  16. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider, thanks..MUCH happier circumstances.
    And isn’t it odd he’d mention how great his dad’s education was after we’d spoken about it?

    Yes, as of 2 weeks ago, you are the last person….I got mine 2 weeks ago!
    Mr. Z Jr is pretty good at this stuff if you’re serious about something new. I have a DirecTV box and he had it hooked up in 10 minutes….

  17. Imp says:

    @Bay and Z…see guys…I can’t believe that…..two of 4 or more incredibly intelligent women that “live” here…and whom I’m so pleased and honored to read, listen too and debate with…have an issue with a remote on a TV….LMAO. OK..OK..relax….it’s either left brain, right brain or hormones? I don’t get it..and my wife of 45 years is the same. It’s a mystery to me. Me? I just start pushing buttons and see what happens. Same with a PC or a Mac. No one is going to knock on your door if you screw it up…LOL
    Gates is to busy and Steve Jobs is dead, right? Know what I do? I Google my question and watch a YouTube video…..there’s millions of 12 year old kids out there that have the answers to any and every problem. Even with PhotoShop that I think I know about 5% of…..I get answers on YouTube.

  18. Imp says:

    @Z…”And isn’t it odd he’d mention how great his dad’s education was after we’d spoken about it?”

    Odd? I detected love and admiration as well as wishful thinking in that remark. This “kid” is right out of Mr. Z’s mold….I can see it in him as I did when the man was still here with us. A fascinating and intelligent man…..I wish someone like them would be leading Germany now. They are what Germany needs apparently. You are blessed to have them in your life. His picture told me all I needed to know about him too. You should post it someday Z.

  19. Baysider says:

    Imp, I worked with a database designer years ago who – in the middle of a script – made the whole page a button that returned you to home. There was a teeny weeny way to get stuck at that page. His reasoning? He said “guys just start clicking everywhere, and this will get them home.”

    And, no. I cannot turn on my TV for either broadcast or DVD – and I used to be the one setting the systems up! I score in the 99th percentile in logic, do all our computer fixes, and can learn complex computer systems to execute a professional services proposal in record speed — but THIS baffles me.

    Sigh…. Z, how long will Mr. Zj be here (either going or returning), and would he like a nice home cooked spread? (As if THIS would temp anyone staying with YOU.) And maybe some walking around money? Failing that, perhaps Imp would like a visit to the left coast. 🙂 But I’m serious – and I have a complication: I want to be able to run a DVD from my Mac, too.

  20. Imp says:

    @Bay…”I score in the 99th percentile in logic, do all our computer fixes, and can learn complex computer systems to execute a professional services proposal in record speed — but THIS baffles me.”

    Bay…computers are NOT LOGICAL as you and I might be. They’re linear in “intelligence”. And our way of thinking in resolving a problem…is way more complex than the way a computer reacts or behaves. We humans are way more intelligent than that…which is…the problem. Think about it Bay….why are programmers working so hard to get machines to think as we do? Because now…they’re incapable of diverse, multi faceted thought…like we are. They’re also incapable of emotions too. ( Think of Ian Colm as Ash in Alien…OK? ) Straight line, unemotional thinking is what they’ll never replace in us. Even those among us with a minimal IQ of 75…are more creative than a computer. So…logically we ask…why is this silly thing acting like this? It’s not acting…it’s program….with symbols of ( say the usual regular programming..OK?) hearts, smileys and all kinds of nonsense that’s meaningless to us. But all the human programmer is trying to do is…say…clik..to open a program….clik…do this…clik start typing as in Word.

    Bay…my computer FMS, in a 24 million dollar Gulfstream 4….has around 4 megabytes or hard memory. Your home PC might have 1000 times more ( say 2 Gigabytes times more power and memory capability! ) Yet…this computer drives an entire planes functions. Apollo 13 in 1970 had 256k KB’s of memory…very prehistoric computers….yet it took them to the moon and back.

    Anyway…I talk too damn much….

  21. Imp says:

    Oh…and Bay…you’re my Ripley…LOL

  22. Imp says:

    Bay…ask Z for my email…I’m a Mac guy too…and an XP guy right now….I’m ambidextrous and multitaskable!! I’d love to help ya with that DVD…OK?

  23. Imp says:

    @Bay…”Failing that, perhaps Imp would like a visit to the left coast”?

    Funny…but my old boss wants me to come back flying with him. All His new clients are on the “Left” coast too. He’s Now based out of Seattle. With clients in Santa Barbara, and all over CA who want us to fly them to Hawaii.

  24. Baysider says:

    Imp, you make me feel old! I’ve had to look up every acronym you’ve used except LOL, and have no idea what a ‘Ripley’ is. Thanks for a generous offer. Truly. I think we need someone in person, looking at options, offering better options, and going with us to Costco or Best Buy to get cords, widgets, and stuff. We’re way-beyond phone help here. (:

  25. geeez2014 says:

    Imp, I didn’t mean ODD that he had a good education, I said it was odd that Junior would mention it a day or two after Baysider and I’d talked about Mr. Z’s amazing education…”And isn’t it odd he’d mention how great his dad’s education was after we’d spoken about it?”:
    Thanks for your kind words about Mr. Z; he was a wonderful person, there’s no doubt about that and it makes me feel good that you remember him like that from his articles.

    Baysider, he leaves on April 7 for New Zealand for a month, then comes back for a week. And yes, thanks, but he has had some good meals here, if I do say so myself! (and he does, too!) And he DOES THE DISHES! I keep telling him “No, you didn’t come from Munich to do dishes” but he insists. so nice.
    I’m sure Mr Z Jr will see your comment and let you know if he can help you!

  26. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider; he means RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT of information, I think!
    You do have a heck of a memory!
    I’ve read a bit of the book you loaned me today and like his writing style…am eager to get into it. Thanks so much. Mr. Z Jr might be interested, too; AVID reader.

  27. Mustang.Koji says:

    As each day passes, the thoughts expressed therein steer me – no, drive me – to despair. Perhaps I feel it more being in California… but everywhere I look outside my mostly conservative neighborhood I see the end of America shortly. Because of Obama’s uncaring attitude to our men and women in uniform, their numbers dwindle. What will happen if we need to defend our country our enemies – from within? I was going to write a story about what IS NOT taught in our schools but it was depressing so I stopped. It is one of the undertows expressed in this post.

  28. Imp says:

    @Z….”Baysider; he means RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT of information…NO…..No…No ….NO.

    Ripley as in in Alien 1979. Ripley….the second in command of Nostradamus…Don’t tell me that you’ve never seen Aliens? Sigourney Weaver was fantastic….and in every follow up too.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078748/.

  29. Imp says:

    @Bay…so..send me a list of your concerns….I’ll answer and give my opinion…and you can take that with you to Best Buy?

  30. geeez2014 says:

    Sorry, Imp; I got the Ripley thing wrong.

    Maybe you can give Baysider a list of what to look for? She’s right; it’s not easy to do this without being in person.

  31. geeez2014 says:

    Koji….I don’t know why we’d think California’s worse; I hear more awful stuff from other places around the country, frankly.
    I’m sorry you’re feeling so down, too. And I wish you would write that piece you mentioned.

  32. Baysider says:

    No, I’ve never seen Aliens. Too scary for me.

    Z, thanks for that.

  33. Imp says:

    @z…or Bay..”She’s right; it’s not easy to do this without being in person.”

    Yup …but ask me anyway….I’d be happy to steer you.

  34. Imp says:

    Knowledge is the key. say toy ant a Dodge Challenger with a Hemi 5.7…and you get a V6? Pay attention.

    Same for a pc..

  35. Imp says:

    Say you want…sorry…

  36. Kid says:

    Here’s a story from a man of about 85 that I worked with in the early 1970’s. He went to a technical college. Short story – They drilled a hole down through the center of a small sewing needle, packed it in cotton and a hard box and sent it to a similar technical college in Germany. The Germans threaded the hole, made a tiny bolt and nut for it, threaded it in and sent it back.

    The Germans are no dummies. Very sad to see this happening to them as well as any other civilized country.

  37. jerrydablade says:

    Z, just checking in a little late, but wanted you to know I read Mr Z Junior’s response here. Sad how much has been lost, isn’t it? It is our lot to plod on though, swimming against the current. How proud you must be of this fine young man.

  38. IMP, make the Challenger a Hellcat with 707 HP capable of going over 200 mph and I’m with ‘ya!

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