We see a plane fly over us and as we pan down we meet an adult Indian male standing with a suitcase and looking into the camera, he starts walking and talking. He looks like a young yuppy Indian male, probably a software professional, he looks intelligent.


Man: You know I think Americans are dumb, and I have my reasons for that,


He raises his hands into the camera and counts off one:


1. Americans have the largest number of low mileage cars, eating up more of non-renewable energy than any other country in the world, morons…


We see clips of men riding big huge SUVs and smoke from the exhausts and a graph that shows a rising consumption of resources. We end this segment with a time lapse of the ozone hole depleting. Through the hole we zoom into a shot of a fleet of ships at sea.



I know this story that was leaked from a log of the American navy; this is the conversation that was logged by an American ship’s crew as they were doing a maneuver in Canadian waters off the coast of Canada, check it out:

We see the dial of a radar screen and the silhouette of a man at the radio with another man behind him. We see the close up of a microphone being spoken into by a foreigner’s mouth. (This sequence can be, made with footage from the film Hunt for Red October)

Americans: Please divert your course 15 degrees to the North to avoid a collision.

Canadians: Recommend you divert your course 15 degrees to the south to avoid collision.

Americans: This is the Captain of a US Navy Ship; I say again, divert your course.

Canadians: Number One, I say again, diverts your course.

Americans: This is the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln, the second largest ship in the United States Atlantic fleet. We are accompanied by three destroyers, three cruisers and numerous support vessels. I demand that you change your course 15 degrees north. That’s on five degrees north, or counter measures will be undertaken to ensure the safety of this ship.

Canadians: This is a lighthouse. Your call.

We see a shot of a lighthouse from far and its light acts as a fade to white into the next scene.

The man is now walking by a big wall and approaching some big building.

The Man: But you know them being dumb is not a new thing; they have been dumb from the 1970s…


Americans spent millions of dollars to send two men to the moon, and then sent 10 more people, before they realized it was just a barren rock?


We see shots of Neil Armstrong in outer space, we see shots of the moon landscape and we end with a shot of President Kennedy making his promise to put a man on the moon.


We see that the man is approaching a very expansive looking complex of buildings, he is holding dollars he waves it at us and when we observe closely we realize that its dollar notes of different amounts,



All Dollar notes are the same, except for the number, meaning that it’s impossible for blind people to tell them apart, see for yourself, even a person who can see would have trouble with this. Now that’s dumb.


He is about to enter a building at the door he turns around to say to the audience.



Heck Americans are stupid, look at who they voted in last election as their president.


A series of pictures of George Bush making funny faces hits the screen rapidly, this melts away and we hear a call for the next flight to New York and we realize that the guy telling us all this is leaving for America. As he walks away we keep focus on the same spot, the following super happens.



Who is dumb now?