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Friday T&A: Sergeant Schmidt Edition

by | Jun 25, 2021 | fat girl jihad | 2 comments

If you’re paying any attention whatsoever to the news these days, it is difficult to escape the conclusion that a not-particularly-competent, yet extraordinarily evil, cult of lunatics is running the entire world straight into a planet-sized woodchipper.

Our beloved and dreaded Supreme Dark Lord (PBUH) Vox Day the Merciless and Terrible put up a post earlier today that should make everyone’s skin crawl, about the true dangers of the mRNA not-vaccines. The core of the problem is that the vaccines are, at this point, almost as dangerous as the virus itself to anyone who is relatively young and relatively healthy. Yet we are not allowed to discuss this openly, for fear of censorship and ridicule.

The fact that we are being told to take vaccines that are about as dangerous as the bug from which they supposedly shield us, indicates active malice and genuine evil on the part of those pushing the idea.

Fortunately, the people pushing it are also evidently quite incompetent.

They cannot stop the truth from getting out, despite enormous efforts and resources spent on doing precisely that. People are waking up to the reality that public health authorities have no clue what they are doing, and that doctors are often worse at diagnosing disease than Google.

All of that might be surprising from a secular perspective. It is not in the least bit surprising from a Christian one. We know full well that the world is at the mercy of an immortal, prideful, psychopathic liar and genocidal mass murderer, who will stop at nothing to ensure that we are all enslaved to his dark desires.

But, despite his immense powers, he is still fundamentally limited, and fundamentally inept. And because he is the Lord of Lies, he has to lie to himself constantly in order to carry on believing that his schemes will prevail in the end.

They won’t. We have quite literally Divine assurance of this. We know how this particular story ends – with the return of the one true King, the Lord God Himself, who will descend to judge all men on the last and final day.

The prince of this world has to deceive himself into thinking that he has won – because he knows, deep down, that he has already lost. So he lies to himself and to his minions, and to all who blind themselves to the truth. The more they lie to themselves, the more oblivious they become and the more difficult it is for them to understand why their schemes keep failing.

The simple answer is that they keep failing because we humans have significant limits in terms of our ability to keep a lie going forever. In order to perpetuate a deception, you need EVERYONE involved to stick to the party line. But that plainly does not happen. Humans are stupid and wretched creatures in a lot of ways – and we are also noble, honourable, and decent. We are fundamentally unpredictable. As a result, even the most gifted and talented schemer and deceiver cannot predict what will happen when a human decides to stop believing in lies, stop playing along, and start thinking for himself.

That is why the schemes of the liars and perverts always fail.

Oh, they will do TREMENDOUS damage, make no mistake. Communism killed well over 100 million people before it finally collapsed, and that sick perverted ideology was based on some of the biggest whoppers ever told.

But, in the end, the lies always fail. And that surely is a source of comfort for all of us afflicted by their evil.

Let us now turn our thoughts away from such philosophical matters to a decidedly more mundane, yet equally important, task – the appreciation of all that is Good, Beautiful, and True, starting with the joys and glories of the female form.

For it is, of course, Friday – and as you can probably tell by the late posting and the lack of significant activity around here over the last few months, I have been absurdly busy and therefore unable to devote my full attention to this rather pleasurable pastime of shitposting over here at Didactic Mind.

That should resolve itself soon – and yes, I know I’ve been saying that for weeks and it still hasn’t happened. All I can say is that I’m doing the best I can under the circumstances. Nonetheless, here is the lady of the week.

Her name is Alica Schmidt (not a typo), age 22 from Berlin, Germany. She is well known as “the world’s sexiest athlete”, and it’s not hard to see why. I’ll quote directly from a website about her achievements in the field of athletics here:

Alica has represented her country many times and has even received international accolades. She was inclined towards sports since childhood. Her dad used to do athletics and she got inspired by him and decided to join an athletics club when she was just 7. Even during her school time, she participated in all the athletic events and continued to do so in her college too. Following her career in sports, she participated in the 2017 European Athletics U-20 Championship and won the silver medal in 4×400 relay at the junior level. She bagged a bronze medal in the same category at the U-23 European Championship last year.

In 2018 she was labeled as the “World’s Sexiest Athlete” by the magazine Busted Coverage and she was surprised at receiving the award as she felt that anyone can look good and her priority is sports. Schmidt will be taking part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics which will be her first-ever major event as a senior athlete. She would be participating in three events- 200m, 400m, and 800m track events. Apart from being an athlete, Alica is also enjoying her career as a model and influencer. She is the new fitness coach of the German football club- ‘Borussia Dortmund’ and is even sponsored by Puma, a brand she is often seen promoting on Instagram. The 21-year-old athlete also trains footballers like Thomas Meunier, Felix Passlack, Manuel Akanji, and Mats Hummels.

Given her looks, and given what notorious poon-hounds footballists tend to be – when they’re not flagrantly diving all over the damn pitch like a bunch of play-acting nancy-boys, that is – I’m surprised that the men she trains can keep their minds on the job.

Anyway, happy Friday, gents. I’m off to get some very, very badly needed R&R, and will spend much of tomorrow shooting things up in HALO 3: ODST for the umpteenth time. (AMAZING game, by the way – Bungie marketed it as an “expansion pack” to HALO 3, but it was really far more than that, and remains the very best “side project” ever made in the entire franchise.) I advise you to do likewise and come back in the new week rested, refreshed, and ready to go to battle – for the ride never ends.

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  1. Bardelys the Magnificent

    Schmidt. Always liked that last name. I got on a tangent a while back about last names when I came across a brand of pasta called Mueller’s. Because when I think great Italian food, it’s gotta be from a German. We had a Chinese buffet in town called Jake’s. Sounds about right. Then we started coming up with other names that don’t fit. Hirohito’s burger shack. O’Malley’s curry and rice. Vasquez vodka. Ovechkin’s taquitos.

    Then there’s the great Tony’s Pizza. I bet there’s 400 Tony’s Pizza joints in New York City, and 1250 in New Jersey and Philadelphia. Every time I see a pizza joint, I call it Tony’s Pizza.

  2. Texakraut (Reactionary Teen)

    Been meaning to play ODST for a while. Started playing the MCC in order but got distracted by RDR2 before finishing CE. Many hours and several IRL revolver purchases later, and the only Halo game I’ve actually finished is Reach.


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