A preface notes that Isaac Newton deserves no credit for the calculus. Chapter 1 reviews the stupidity of German philosophers and philosophy. Chapter 2 makes note of flaws in Leibniz’ Idealism, his immaterial monads, incoherent views on space and matter. We relate this to his absurd views on infinitesimals. We note that he does not understand the basic concepts of geometry, that requiring truth, and Leibniz averse to such niceties. This ends with an attack on the corrupt state of science and the new shamans that oversee it, including showbiz idiots.