There is no End to Problems
Erica Carle - February 1, 2009
The crazy Frenchman died long before IQ tests were concocted, but had they been available in the early 1800’s his score might have been one of the highest of all time. However, even high IQ nerds can have mental breakdowns, and also minds full of nutty and destructive ideas. The Frenchman’s nutty idea was to control the future of the whole world and all people–not just in his own lifetime, but forever. He expected to be in control long after he was dead because once his system was accepted, he claimed, it could never be destroyed.
The best thing to do about the crazy Frenchman and his loony ambitions would have been to ignore them. However, in his lifetime and since his death in 1857 there have been opportunists of all description who liked the idea of designing the future—especially since the crazy Frenchman wrote thousands of pages to explain every step needed to accomplish the goal. He did the heavy philosophical thinking and planning. All that the followers and lesser lights had to do was read the books and stick to the plan.