The Way Of San Jose

San Jose is a renowned scum-pit. An endless expanse of smog, sand, strip malls. Of humans heaving with rage, impotently driving their fists into the steering wheel, progress stalled amid thousands of other idling internally-combusting humans, moving no more furthur than they.

Those who wonder why extraterrestrials do not simply straight-forward approach human beings, need only consider San Jose.

San Jose marks the southernmost stretch of Silicon Valley. That ant-like conclave established shockley the monkeywhen the pocket-protected variant of human concluded that lies and ignorance and madness should no longer be confined to podiums and pulpits, to printed treesheets and undulating airborne frequencies, to foam-flecked froot-loops shouting at buildings. But instead should at all times be instantly available to all, all over the planet, through one vast interweb, whereby anyone, anywhere, at any time, could consult a Reality where, say, it is Known that when Lindsay Lohan is sentenced to community service in a morgue, this is a tip-off that she is an MK-ULTRA-like sex/drug slave embroiled in Call to Chaos rites, cruelly captive of a Freemasonic conspiracy involving those demonic US intelligence agents who also owned and controlled Marilyn Monroe and directed “Manchurian Candidate” Sirhan Sirhan.

The Valley and all its interwebbing works the brainchild of one William Shockley. A deeply disturbed human who, once he had successfully dumped silicon into the human brainpan, flapped madly across the land howling that he had Looked at a Gene, and thereby concluded that black people are congenitally dumber than two fence-posts.

This sort of “thinking” for many decades informed the law-enforcement philosophy of badged and gunned humans in the San Jose region. A philosophy which involved beating with big sticks any black or otherwise melanin-infused human who Happened To Be There.

Today I see that this philosophy has migrated up the valley of silica to San Mateo County. Where it has been determined that land so poisoned with toxins it is forbidden to build residences there, shall house the new “San Mateo County Replacement Jail Project.” And thus, there, caged humans shall reside, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, week after week, month after month, year after year, stewing in their fellow humans’ left-behind poisoned juices.

Last week the aptly named Chemical Way was cleaned of decades of toxic chemical residue, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department.

The site of the proposed new jail was so permeated by volatile organic compounds that the Department of Toxic Substances Control declared the land too hazardous for residential use. Unfortunately, it is still too hazardous to meet residential toxicity standards. The county cleaned it to commercial-level standards, which are lower, presuming that people don’t regularly sleep or eat or coming soonspend as much time in commercial settings. But the jail will have people eating and sleeping on site —24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If the jail site isn’t safe for residential use, where most people aren’t home 24 hours a day, it certainly isn’t safe for the people who will be locked inside for months or years at a time.

Perhaps for that reason, the county failed to include a Human Health Risk Assessment, which is used to measure people’s likely exposure to toxic chemicals and whether that level of exposure is safe. Should we infer that the county doesn’t believe jails are residential, or just that the potential health risks to prisoners are not important enough to fully assess?

But you know: it’s all alright. Because these aren’t real humans. These are humans with melanin.

Black people make up 24 percent of San Mateo’s jail population even though they represent only 3 percent of the county’s population. Similarly, Latinos constitute 35 percent of the jail population but only 26 percent of the county’s.

It is time, I think, for some musical accompaniment. A number that not only explains why extraterrestrials do not straight-forward approach human beings. But also why there is some debate, out there in space, about maybe just erasing the place, to make way for a new hyperspace bypass.


17 Responses to “The Way Of San Jose”

  1. 1 alexadiaz27 March 20, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    LiLo = MKUltra?

    • 2 bluenred March 20, 2013 at 12:25 pm

      It says so on the intertubes. So it must be true.

      Just like it says that Barack Obama is a nefarious Kenyan Communist sleeper agent dedicated to the total destruction of the United States. And just like it says that Barack Obama is a soulless wholly-owned corporate tool unswervingly dedicated to the United States uber alles. Both those things are true as well.

  2. 3 alexadiaz27 March 20, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    why you think anyone wants Whitley Strieber-esque “grays?” they carry probes. i read it in a paperback. must be true. 😉

    • 4 bluenred March 20, 2013 at 12:43 pm

      The grays carry probes. They insert them into the rectums and brains of people they find driving along the highway. They withdraw little bits, and then Cook them in Labs to create Democrats.

  3. 5 alexadiaz27 March 20, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    i remember Christopher Walken getting The Probe on film . . . . do we smoke em or vote for em after the cooking process?

    • 6 bluenred March 20, 2013 at 1:20 pm

      First we put ’em in the smoker. All meats is best smoked. Then they can be wheeled out for the voting. The losers, we eat.

      All this is documented. On the intertubes.

      ; )

  4. 7 alexadiaz27 March 20, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    i don’t know how to post a pic here? but i have one that is worth more words than i know.

    • 8 bluenred March 20, 2013 at 1:27 pm

      Hmm. Posting images in comments. Don’t think I’ve ever done that.

      But I found a quick and dirty way for it.

      Log into the blog as an “owner.” Then, running your mouse over the “red” at the left top of the page, go to “dashboard.” On the left-hand side of said dashboard is “recent comments.” Hit “reply” to somebody, like this comment here. A menu will pop up that includes “img.” That should enable you to post an image in a comment.

      Let’s see. ; )

  5. 9 alexadiaz27 March 20, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    there iz apps for that. just downloaded a couple (no IE for me . . . i hate IE.)

    you is the owner . . . i feel like a fake when i log in as you. thank you, though. 😉

  6. 11 mieprowan March 21, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    Nice to see you Together.

    I am reading John Brunner.

    He Gets Things.

  7. 13 mieprowan March 21, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    Reblogged this on There Are So Many Things Wrong With This and commented:
    Okay. Let’s keep writing.

  8. 15 mieprowan March 24, 2013 at 12:53 am

    Also, what the end video cap got me thinking of was trolololo, etc.

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