Idiocracy was supposed to be a movie

Not a documentary.

“IQ rates are dropping in many developed countries and that doesn’t bode well for humanity”

No precise reason for this, but the timing is curious. When this started happening is, oddly enough, about the same time the nations named in the article started experiencing increased immigration from Third World countries.

Nah. Couldn’t have anything to do with it.

3 thoughts on “Idiocracy was supposed to be a movie

  1. If you bring that up in "polite Company" they call you a racist.

    BTW, same thing happens when you take a mostly caucasian community or institution and "integrate" it.

    But we can't discuss race and IQ. It's demeaning or something.

  2. One of the best things about being retired is I don't have to worry what people think about me for the most part.

    One interesting point I've noted about folks being called various names, like racist–you call people these things often enough and they eventually some of them start acting like it. Some sort of bizarre, self-fulfilling wish, perhaps?

  3. Here in the USA I suspect all the time taken from teaching to mandatory testing preparation teachers have to take now is having an effect on that too. Mike McDaniel, among other things a teacher, has written about this a lot.

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