The final solution to Pinoy stupidity

Die Endlösung der Pinoy Dummheit. Is it just me, or does everything sound just that much more intimidating, menacing, or daunting in German? For those who don’t get the reference, the Nazis dubbed the plan of systematic execution of the Jews the final solution to the Jewish question – “die Endlösung der Judenfrage”.

Right from the start, let’s be honest with ourselves: this “final solution” is not set in stone, nor is it formally codified – yet. If it were, people with critical opinions and alternative voice bloggers like GRP, Anti-Pinoy and others would have already been tried for genocide in a Noytard kangaroo court.

Let’s make a clear distinction here between Pinoy and Filipino. When we say Pinoy, this is the lazy, stupid, arrogant, hypersensitive, and apathetic whiner that we have all come to know and despise. The Pinoy responds with emotion. He/she thinks that President Noynoy Aquino is god and blindly accepts as gospel truth everything that comes out of his mouth. He/she jumps on bandwagons and is highly susceptible to the herd mentality. He/she regards Wil Time Bigtime as an educational show. His/her idea of a long-term investment is buying a lottery ticket every time there’s a scheduled lottery draw, or lining up in the morning in front of a TV studio hoping to qualify for a noontime show audience and bring home money.

“I think of a man, and I take away reason, and accountability.” Jack Nicholson in the movie “As Good As It Gets” may as well have been describing Pinoys with that line.

The Filipino, on the other hand, is the entity who has learned to use his brain. He/she is critical of the wrong things his/her government does. He/she dares to be more than Pinoy society is relegating him/her to be. He/she thinks rationally, unlike the Pinoy who is by default emotionally driven. He/she has learned to plan for the future by making sure he/she does not repeat the mistakes of the past. He/she has realized that the dysfunctional side of Filipino culture needs to change.

While I am not advocating that we round up all the morons in the Philippines and place them in concentration camps, the stupid Pinoy has to “die” so that the Filipino may live. The Filipino needs Lebensraum (habitat, or breathing room) in order to prosper. Imagine if we got rid of all the Pinoys; out of 90-100 million people, how many would be left?

We need to take note of a few big differences though: the Jews were conveniently blamed and used as scapegoats for the economic conditions at that time. The Pinoy, on the other hand, is the cause of his/her own social, economic, and political malaise that he/she is currently experiencing and living in. The Jews were persecuted because the National Socialists, with Adolf Hitler at the helm, convinced the Germans to believe that their weathering of the Great Depression meant that they were stealing from the Germans. The Pinoys think that they are always being persecuted because it is in their reflex to play the victim card every time something unfortunate happens to them. On top of that, they were convinced by a group of oligarchs that their own political enemies are the real reasons why Pinoys haven’t progressed an inch in more than two (2) decades.

That brings us to the biggest challenges in exterminating Pinoy stupidity. Pinoys are like cockroaches. There are so many of them that even if you can bring the largest boot you can find to step on them, you won’t get rid of them all. For every one you kill off, two, three, or even more will grow in its place. Most of them just keep escaping. I don’t think gassing them will work either; Pinoys are so used to inhaling toxic substances that any nerve toxin won’t most likely be as potent as we wish it to be. Besides, Pinoys are so full of laughing gas; they are known to laugh at their troubles, they think life is just one big joke, they don’t plan for the serious matters in life, and all they want to do is party. Hard labor? Forget it; the Pinoy is such an irritating whiner that it’s much easier, and more tempting, to shoot him/her than convince him/her that being compliant with regulations is much more beneficial to them in the long run.

Pinoys are resilient all right. Resiliently mediocre. Are you thinking about being frank with a Pinoy? Remember, they’re balat-sibuyas (hypersensitive) cry-babies. That irritating sobbing sound that you will hear will drown out any attempts you may have of talking rationally to him/her, and it gives them a reason to be indignant. Being nice to them won’t work either. With all their arrogance, many Pinoys regard the niceness of other people as something to be taken advantage of, or as a weakness. We need something that will break through the thick skull of the Pinoy in order to get our points across. We need a weapon.

“Education is a weapon whose effects depend on who holds it in his hands and at whom is it aimed” – for all the atrocities that Joseph Stalin was known for, at least he got that quote right. As of now, education is the best solution we have against stupidity. People must be encouraged to read more. Where are more Efren Peñafloridas when they matter and are needed now, more than ever? They need to realize for themselves that their usual sources of information, ABS-CBN, Philippine Daily Inquirer, et al, are not the only ones available out there. The Internet and the library are great examples of places to find credible sources. Pinoys must be torn away from their Willing Willie shows and telenovelas. They need to learn for themselves that there is a world beyond dancing girls on TV, the rich vs poor conflict, and on publications making fun of its allies’ political enemies. And this is where sites like GRP are more than happy to help. You just need an open mind and to check your hypersensitivity at the door because we get very in-your-face here.

Let’s relate this to current events. Two words: Jessica Sanchez. Pinoys are once again hopelessly addicted to an American Idol contestant who is supposedly half-Filipina (not even whole, half), and propping her up and putting her on a pedestal as if she is the solution to all their problems in life. While this girl has talent, why she should be used as yet another symbol of empty and stupid Pinoy pride is beyond me.

Is the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona really going to be the cure-all for corruption that PNoy and his government have been touting it to be? Only time will tell, but with the way that PNoy and the Senate have been posturing lately, it seems that the only thing they’re more interested in now is to keep themselves in the picture for the 2013 elections next year, and beyond.

Unfortunately, the trial has been shaped once again by PNoy and his media friends, who act like a megaphone by the way, to condition the public into believing that this is a fight of good against evil. Of course, PNoy is good and Corona is evil. Naturally, the Pinoys lapped it up like dogs.

The Philippines seems inevitably headed for an armed confrontation with China over the disputed Scarborough Shoal. The Pinoys, supported by their Dummführer (stupid leader) Noynoy Aquino, are protesting loudly like mad dogs in the hope that China will bow down to pressure from everyone else in the international community. First off, China has a reputation for not listening to foreigners, and for silencing noisy dissenters effectively. Second, they have clearly shown that any military force we have, they can easily counter with a lot less effort. Third, we cannot rely on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) to save us because it doesn’t cover territorial disputes.

If it perhaps gets to the point that China just decides to bomb the Philippines to smithereens, they’ll actually be helping us eliminate all the stupid people here. Unfortunately, a good portion of Filipinos will be caught in the crossfire too. So this is a scenario that we absolutely must try to avoid. Of course, Pinoys don’t see it that way.

Maybe we need a peace offering to China. Send Noynoy Aquino on a slow boat, bound and gagged so that he can’t escape. Then tell the Chinese happy hunting.

Go ahead. Call me a bigot. Call me racist. I dare you to find even one sentence in this entire article, hell, even the entire site, that says that Filipinos are inferior to the rest of the world solely because it is their nature to be.

Are you part of the solution, or part of the problem? Are you a Pinoy or a Filipino? It’s up to you!

print

About FallenAngel

А вы, друзья, как ни садитесь, все в музыканты не годитесь. - But you, my friends, however you sit, not all as musicians fit.

Post Author: FallenAngel

А вы, друзья, как ни садитесь, все в музыканты не годитесь. - But you, my friends, however you sit, not all as musicians fit.

Leave a Reply

116 Comments on "The final solution to Pinoy stupidity"

Notify of
avatar
Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
Bea
Guest
Hm. Yup, I definitely agree that education should be our best weapon. But just recently, the customs office now adds tax (I’m not sure what it is we paid for, but it was ridiculously expensive) when it comes to claiming books. I don’t know how this came to pass when I remember a lot of us complained about it when pGMA’s people tried to do the same thing during her term. Anyway, I didn’t bother finding out what it was we paid for because I told my mom we could just order ebooks, which are cheaper. Still…not everyone can afford… Read more »
KillPinoy
Guest

I think you’re not alone. “PInoy” rhymes with “unggoy” or is it Pilipinong unggoy short for “Pinoy”? Try to observe, the Indians or “bumbay” have been motorcycling around the Philippines for many, many years but they’ve never been in the news for stupidity and crushing their brains against a truck or a stationary object. And it’s funny when a special interest group is prefixed “Pinoy___” it makes me think that it’s just a congregation of monkeys with a dialect 😀

joeld
Guest

Must be that turbans are better than crash helmets.

But then again, there are a lot of misguided ijets, monkeys on handlebars around. Make that on the steering wheel also, hence the monstrous traffic jams.

mylene
Guest

Nice one Fallen Angel! =)

Gregory Macaltao
Guest
I get the point of your article completely. In fact, I like the way you make a clear distinction between the “Filipino” (which is the good) and the “Pinoy”, which is the bad. While I may not have used “Pinoy” as the label for things which are bad, I appreciate your creative use of literary techniques to make your point. I think I also understand your motivation in writing this. While I cannot obviously say for sure what your motivations are (I can’t afterall read your mind), my evaluation of the “spirit” of your article tells me that you mean… Read more »
saguaynit
Guest

Bravo,bravo! I like how you replied to this piece. I read it till the end. I was thinking of how I was going to reply to this article but scrollign down to the comments got me to ur comment. It was perfect. I plan to post this in my Filipino group FB page and see how the guys/gals think about it. For sure, the Pinoy and Filipino in them would laugh and argue and we would all have a rockin’ time. Thanks. I hope you enjoyed the sun.=)

Trosp
Guest

@F Angel

According to you –

“THIS WRITE-UP WAS SARCASM MORE THAN ANYTHING. While sarcasm is a device lost upon many Pinoys, I believe the repeated exposure will eventually get them used to it.”

Last time your excuse was it was just your “crude observation” and I labeled you as Mr. Crude Observation.

So what it will be next time Mr. Sarcasm?

Trosp
Guest

Are you really serious with you blogging? Or just for the sake of being known to be blogging?

Trosp
Guest

What I mean is do you expect to be taken seriously?

Perplexed
Guest

Greggy-boy, how about you put the bong down and step away from the TV.

The number of times you argued yourself into a corner was infinitely overshadowed by the number of times you apologize while making no sense at all to your own ideological references.

How about living in the Manila of today and see if all that “over education” still makes sense?

Gregory Macaltao
Guest
Let’s analyze your reply: Greggyboy – My name is Greg/Gregory. Why call me Greggyboy? Is this a put down? Put the bong down – Sure, you are implying that by living in Vancouver, I am probably smoking pot. Stereotyping. Plus, you seem to imply that my response was written while smoking pot – – and therefore unintelligible. Step away from the TV – What does this comment have to do with my response? I even hardly watch TV. No. of times you argued yourself into a corner – Pls. point out the times. Overshadowed by the number of times you… Read more »
Perplexed
Guest

Greggy-boy,

The fact that your response was this long leads me to believe either one of two things (or possibly both):

1. Your cable is out, or
2. It started raining and you are now back indoors.

Get over it, you. If you can’t take it, then don’t dish it out.

Gregory Macaltao
Guest

Neither of your conclusions are correct. It is sunny and my tv cable is working. Interesting how you can actually think and still end up with the wrong conclusions.

As to the “long response” to your earlier reply….it actually took me under 5 minutes to compose. That’s the time that I was willing to allot to your response. This new one took just under a minute.

Trosp
Guest

He he he…

Go Greg!

mrs. Manila
Guest
I would like to think that Pinoys/Filipinos who are not living and breathing in the Philippines are hard core Pinoys. Your ways are not Filipinos but Canadians/American already. You try to be pinoys, naturally bec you miss the old days back in the Phils. Sadly, if you breathe and live now in the Phils. You really get sick seeing that Pinoy character and want to see Filipinos. Not to mention, how more aggravation that PNoy term has made to this terminology. Perhaps, I just found real and genuine meaning of the word Pinoy in this post I like it. No… Read more »
wenden
Guest
Nice post.. Philippines is a multi ethnice country…there were good traits that seems bad to other ethnic…there were disagreements between ethnics or people but in the long run unity is the key….i dont get the idea of all the hatred given….the writer for sure is not perfect….. one more thing citing the countries stand for the shoals…for me what are this guys a yellow or a coward…frankly yes we will be defeated if war comes…putting down your patriotic belief because china is a communist and had a large army???so what….even I dont belief that we will win to them but… Read more »
Aimee
Guest
Every part of this article was making me laugh in a way that is humorous as well as unfortunate. You were spot on in your observations and sadly, this PINOY syndrome has been plaguing us for years. FILIPINOS, well most of them, end up shrugging their shoulders and giving up on the situation. The vast majority will always triumph. The minority have to cope with the consequences. For many Filipinos the consequences are too much to bear and so we find greener pastures elsewhere, hoping to be part of a minority in a different country and most often than not,… Read more »
Mi
Guest

Aimee, as a middle-aged American who knows near-zero about the Philippines, I’ve been browsing the comments here with interest, and feel I can offer a similar perspective as yours.

Many older Americans feel their old way of life being shoved into a corner, as if all their painstaking efforts of the past have been in vain due to the orchestrated onslaught of uneducated, lazy newcomers to the scene.

So Filipino’s – you’re not the only ones who have turned into minorities outmobbed by Pinoy corruption. You can shake hands with us older Americans as well.

skarab
Guest

spoken like a true vancouverite. sorry we can’t chill. we got to shake it up. the country is on life support (OFWs) in the ICU.

enjoy the sun..

Gregory Macaltao
Guest
If all you got from my post was the idea of chilling…then the whole point was totally missed. 🙁 Anyway – – -I hope I am adding an element of diversity to the opinions expressed to the articles of GRP. I will probably be condemned for writing what I wrote. To those who will have the open mind to hear me out, you’ll notice that I didn’t fall into the trap of completely condemning the article. To do so would be the antithesis of the point I was trying to make. In my case, I acknowledged those that I agreed… Read more »
Mercury
Guest
I’m cool with it. The comment you posted addresses some of my inner concerns. Regarding Jessica Sanchez, I think there’s nothing wrong voting for her to win because like you said (and likewise the article) the girl has talent. The article on Jessica must have been all about the bandwagon mentality the ‘Pinoys’ have. When the news says “vote for Jessica because she’s a Filipino”, many would indefinitely vote for her. Nothing wrong with that, until some rabid fans spewing out “Jessica Sanchez” all day long, the mass media promoting it for everyone to talk about and also when a… Read more »
brianitus
Guest

There’s nothing wrong in voting for Jessica if you truly believe that she deserves it. I believe that appreciation of talent should transcend nationalities. 😀

Mi
Guest

Nearly the entire world is on life support a.k.a. hanging by a thread. Take a look at the thrivemovement video on youtube. It’s mind blowing, but worth watching. It explains alot.

Coolasice
Guest

The problem with GetRealPhilippines is that they are barking at the wrong tree. Leaders are voted by the people, yet they are lambasting the stupid leaders who are voted by 40% Filipinos drenched in poverty and probably won’t give a shit to what these authors/editors think. Do these leaders would even read to what you write?
If you want to make a difference, get your asses on the streets and teach them poor Filipinos ala CNN Hero of the Year @karitonkid which you have said yourself.
Gusto niyo kasi ibang tao ang gagawa ng mga sinasabi niyo. Mga gago!

Hollandaise
Guest

Les talk, more action.. right on!

Hollandaise
Guest

Less talk, more action.. right on!

Teabag Deluxe
Guest

A true example of a Pinoy as described in the article. Bravo.

Haynaku
Guest

That last sentence (bad word) destroyed whatever credibility of what was said in the first place. Yup, typical example of Pinoy indeed, the use of heart instead of head first.

Hindi ako pinoy
Guest
I am proud to be a Filipino, and not proud to be Pinoy. I agree completely with this article. At bago mo ako murahin, dapat siguro malaman mo simula ng 2004 tuwing summer at sem break kasama ako sa isang grupo na pumupunta sa mga probinsiya at ina-update at, kung kinakailangan, iwinawasto namin ang kaalaman ng mga IT teacher. Ilang tao na ang natulungan mo? Sa isang guro na natulungan namin, maraming mag-aaral na kadamay. At hindi lang kaalaman sa IT ang naibabahagi namin, sapagkat may mga guro na naging estudyante ko na hindi na aalis ng bansa dahil nakita… Read more »
wenden
Guest

do you think that IT is the key in the province…..either you say it na filipino but still you are not perfect you still have a pinoy trait in you….if you agree on what Fallenangel say then you are pinoy also….

anyways….good for you that you help to improve IT literacy in the province…may i ask what province is that???

Daido Katsumi
Guest

It seems na ikaw na ang gago dito, even you have some points. Are you one of the trolls who said ‘Kayo na lang ang maging Presidente’? Congrats.

“Dumb people talk about PEOPLE. Average people talk about EVENTS. Intelligent people talk about IDEAS.” -Eleanor Roosvelt

PHguy
Guest

Another Pinoy species–hypersensitive and responds with emotions + pagmumura. LOL! Very classic.

haw
Guest

Speaking of unggoys. You should read the Unggoys of the Halo Universe. http://halo.wikia.com/wiki/Unggoy

This is a very apt description of pinoys which halo used. This is also a very subtle criticisms about pinoy.

Mercury
Guest

LOL! Then the Kig-yars were the Chinese. *rofl*

ellen
Guest

The impeachment of Corona intends to bide time for PNoy who clearly doesn’t have any idea how to lead this country.

ellah koh
Guest
The staggering 85% of citizenry belong to Pinoy (emotional type) category and they love it making noise everywhere from ABS-CBN UKG blogsites to major web media channels. Only less than 15% remain in the thinking (academic intellectual)group with more than half of this group consciously supporting stupid Pinoys in favor of their own extra business and/or political mileage at the expense of the unfortunate few (of us) who keep our sanity intact in the midst of the chaos. This very same ship that we are all in dire existence will definitely go down with everyone without exception whether one is… Read more »
md62000
Guest

I’ve been reading a lot of GRP’s articles and I have noticed that it has always been referencing Willie Revillame’s show and ABS-CBN. What about Eat Bulaga? It has been in the airwaves for more than 25 years and has been delivering the same garbage that Willie’s show has been producing. What about GMA7? It’s shows are not that different from ABS-CBN, which are a waste of time. Please enlighten me on this.

PenDygma
Guest
All of us have different opinions, and obviously all of us are Filipinos. We talk on different levels of intellect and to different audiences…why start arguing among ourselves? We belittle the lessons we learn. All the writers and contributors to the site are doing is opening up their observations and critiques to everyone who has the capability of accessing the web and who are willing to listen. We are all free to speak up our minds and no one is stopping us. As an observer and reader, I may agree or disagree with what was said or written, but don’t… Read more »
Anon
Guest

I agree with some of Gregory’s and PenDygma’s points and also the author’s points, and it is up to the individual on how to discern, take what is right from wrong, and live by it.

Nobody’s perfect. We all made these mistakes at one time or another, and now that we know what’s pulling us down as a nation, sana matuto na tayo. Pero hindi pa rin eh. The best solution is to start with yourself. You cannot change the whole PH in a day, but you can change yourself and be a better person, not just as a Filipino.

alconce
Guest

Why prolong the agony on a slow boat to China? Bundle him up and toss him into the fastest aircraft available. Any aircraft will do except Cebu Pacific cuz he might be off-loaded.

Mercury
Guest

I don’t like the idea of segregating “Pinoys” from “Filipinos” (due to the fact the Filipinos were divided among ourselves, not to mention “regionalism”) but I do like the idea of Educating the “Pinoys” to think critically very much. 🙂

brianitus
Guest
FallenAngel, Passionately written. I enjoyed reading it as much as digesting the points. I agree with all of them. 1. I’ve been seeing that comment on the Pinoy/Filipino difference on the GRP comment threads. Great play on expounding on the idea. 2. Good call to action, to be a Pinoy or Filipino. Strive to be better. Imagine if everyone does exactly that. 3. I loved how you used Penaflorida as an example. There ought to be more from him around. I hope not because of SMS voting competitions. Be the change that you want to see in the world. 😀… Read more »
trackback

[…] comments brianitus said FallenAngel, Passionately written. I enjoyed reading it as much as digesting the points….Mercury said I don’t like the idea of segregating “Pinoys” from […]

Vinz
Guest

Well said, this article reminds me of a quote “Stupidity makes Perfect” and “Time is Gold”.:)

Trosp
Guest
I might be asleep for a thousand years. Since when is a Pinoy different from a Filipino? Where did you get this new definitions of Pinoy? I’m a Flipino and calling me a Pinoy won’t embarrass me. The population of the Philippines is roughly 90 mil and according to you – “While I am not advocating that we round up all the morons in the Philippines and place them in concentration camps, the stupid Pinoy has to “die” so that the Filipino may live. The Filipino needs Lebensraum (habitat, or breathing room) in order to prosper. Imagine if we got… Read more »
Trosp
Guest

Why do I get the feeling that there is something unusual with these new commenters…

I won’t hold my breath if there is some sort of commonalities among them.

oona
Guest

SUCKPUPPETRY yan as in they suck at sockpuppetry.

Ron Aquino
Guest
“People, you are stupid, so I want you to change” seems to be the essence of this article. But I think it just won’t work. My question to the author is, do you think you are being part of the solution or part of the problem? I think if your intention for this and the many other similar articles on GRP is to earn money from the pageviews, ad-impressions, and click-throughs, then you are somewhat part of the solution. You are creating something. You are being entrepreneural. If your intention is to change people, I doubt you will find any… Read more »
filipino
Guest

Ron Aquino—this one is a crybaby!… if you are open minded you take this article in a more positive outlook. i’ve read your comment and WTF your talking about? cguro tinamaan ka noh? sa article na to? haha

Ron Aquino
Guest
Opo, nasasaktan ako sa mga “kapwa Pinoy” na katulad nitong manunulat na ito na tila ang daming panunuro sa mga mali ng ibang kapwa niya Pinoy. Oo, alam ko ang lahat ng mga mali ng mga Pinoy, lahat ng kabobohan at kung ano-ano pa. Ako din mismo ang hindi natutuwa doon sa mga iyon. Pero wala akong magagawa e. Kahit anong pagsusulat ko, kahit anong sabihin ko, wala akong karapatan manuro. Ayun lang naman ang palagay ko. Teka, na-gets mo ba yung punto ko? Palagay ko hindi. Pero, ano magagawa ko. Feeling mo “Filipino” ka. Anyway. Crybaby my ass. But… Read more »
Trosp
Guest

I also agree with you.

This post, as the blogger have claimed, is a sarcasm.

Short of saying “pinasakay ang lahat bago sinabi na sarcasm”.

Get the drift.

Kaya minsan, you’re going to feel cheated making a long and well-researched comment tapos babalikan ka lang ng “beeeh, sarcasm lang ang post ko!”.

Webmaster, how about this thing?

Ron Aquino
Guest
Trosp, I get your point and I agree. But you know as a blogger myself and someone who wishes I could earn a decent amount from blogging, I wish I could write articles like this because it is successful – it gets a lot of pageviews, and thus it earns. But yeah, I think if they were a serious news/opinion organization, dapat may disclaimer, sa dulo at least. But again, I think nationalism and whatever similar ideals is not the only aim of this website. Because, after all, in the end there are costs to running this website. But that’s… Read more »
wenden
Guest

nice………though i agree to some of the view but not all…

itchyBB
Guest

Like one comment here, there are those who inspire change through writing. Others through actions inspired by writings. Some both. This is there avenue of airing out their concerns. Hell, they articulate their ideas well. So why think of them less?

Ron Aquino
Guest
Who was thinking of them less? I was asking them to ask the same question to themselves. Aren’t they being “pinoy” as well? I mean, if they can point fingers at others, can they not accept being pointed a finger at? Because that to me seems like someone thinking highly of themselves. If they were asking people to check if we are contributing to the country or not, I ask back that same thing to them. Because in my opinion, things like this article does not really help. Am I not allowed to state my opinion? Anyway, I offered some… Read more »
doxch
Guest

Dear fallenangel,

I love it! Well done. In all aspects you have clearly difine our true situation.
I admire you for writing this.

wpDiscuz