Subject: Re: You want racism? I'll give you racism
On Wednesday, 7 March 2018 03:05:56 UTC, Dutch wrote:
> On 3/6/2018 6:59 PM, fffurken wrote:
> > On Wednesday, 7 March 2018 02:25:48 UTC, Dutch wrote:
> >> On 3/6/2018 12:28 PM, fffurken wrote:
> >>> On Tuesday, 6 March 2018 18:56:42 UTC, Tim Norfolk wrote:
> >>>> Didn't you get the memo? Racism is only by white people, as it has been re-defined as
discrimination plus power, as has sexism.
> >>> Only by members of the loony liberal left, such as the Canadian dhimmi.
> >>> Sane people know what racism is. Which isn't, by the way, the belief that not all races are
equal, as Dutch recently stated.
> >> Let's do a thought experiment. Say a white couple decides to adopt a
> >> family and they adopt one infant of each race. Assume that the children
> >> all receive the same upbringing and education and none is subjected to
> >> any more bullying or discrimination during childhood than the others.
> >> Let's further assume that once they are adults none of them are
> >> subjected to discrimination in hiring or in any other realm.
> >> What would predict would be the likely outcome of this scenario for
> >> these children, if the experiment was repeated thousands of times?
> > What, no eh, positive discrimination for blacks? Can't imagine that would be good (for them).
> > In fact, I'd like to know how many blacks have educational credentials that they didn't merit. I
think Seymore posted an article earlier about how they won't even allow blacks to be tested for IQ
in schools (blacks only).
> So, not willing to venture a guess? Would the white and Asian kids do
> better in school and other aspects of life or would it all even out?
> I guess my question is, are saying that there is a biological
> intelligence difference between the races if you eliminate all cultural
I'm not sure why you think I didn't give you a responsive enough answer but AFAIK the evidence
suggests that the (racial) IQ hierarchy does not change dependent on other factors, such as class,
geographical location, etc.