Brazil: Motorbike Runs on Water

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 21, 2015

Here you have a Brazilian man running his motorcycle on water. Ruptly:

A motorcycle able to travel up to 500 kilometres (310 miles) on a litre of water was trumpeted by creator Ricardo Azevedo in Sao Paulo, Monday.

Called the ‘T Power H20,’ the design features a combination of water and a single, external car battery used to produce electricity and separate the hydrogen from the water molecule. The process, involving a pipe-system, results in combustion which subsequently creates the energy necessary to power the bike.

I think everyone knows this has been possible for decades. People have been inventing them in their garages forever. Clearly, the government and corporations are purposefully stifling the development of the technology, as oil is so important to the economy (which has basically been totally based around it).

Practical Solutions for Real World Problems

Once again – as I always say – if we had a functional socialist system, where resources and manpower are distributed in a way which makes logical sense.

In order to avoid corruption, we just need a system of meritocracy where social status is based on objectively measurable human traits, which include both intelligence and moral fortitude. Such a system of tests could be very easily developed, and would work approximately 98% of the time.

This governmental system can either be called Fascism, Nazism or something else. I don’t really care. Probably it should be called something else.

Maybe “Populist Futurism”?

I'm talking about dome, light rails and giant fountains out the wazoo.
I’m talking about dome, light rails and giant fountains out the wazoo.

As for brown people, we ship them back to where they came from and deal with them based on the Prime Directive from Star Trek:

The Prime Directive, used in four of the five Star Trek-based series, prohibits Starfleet personnel from interfering with the internal development of alien civilizations. This conceptual law applies particularly to civilizations which are below a certain threshold of technological, scientific and cultural development; preventing starship crews from using their superior technology to impose their own values or ideals on them.

There really is no improvement which can be made on that – nothing can go wrong with our interactions with lower races as long as we follow this directive.

There.

I just solved the world.

It wasn’t difficult.

Now, let’s get to it.

This future can be ours - but only if we stop these kikes!
This future can be our – but only if we stop these kikes!

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