19 October, 2007

More About Watson

Posted by Socrates in political correctness, racial science, science, Socrates, Western culture at 1:45 pm | Permanent Link

Dr. Watson has been suspended from his job at a laboratory in New York. Significantly, the issue of race/intelligence has already been publicly addressed by academics, most notably in the 1994 statement signed by 52 of them [1]:

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[1] the 1994 public statement: [Here]


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  7. 11 Responses to “More About Watson”

    1. Mark Says:

      Ostracized, stigmatized, and no support whatsoever. I don’t blame those on the Left so much for fighting for what they believe, I blame those not on the Left for never supporting people like Dr Watson.

    2. Aquinas Says:

      It looks like the gap is widening between the biologists/geneticists on the one hand and social theorists on the other.

      That’s bad news for the social theorists because nature ultimately trumps religion every time.

      Hang in there folks!

    3. Campbell Crawford Clan Says:

      Dr.Watson is in a fix and does not deserve to be. We all know he speaks the truth, and should every right to express his opinions without punishment.
      I just wish he hadn’t apologized. Apologies, when you’re correct, make you look weak and irresolute, and it won’t change a damn thing. You’re screwed…

    4. Aquinas Says:

      I don’t think anything can harm Watson’s reputation amongst those that matter, not even apology. Watson is often mentioned in the same breath as people like Faraday or Newton. That’s what makes this story so important.

      In the meantime….the sacrifice of the martyrs is the seed of a new church.

    5. Tim Pennington Says:

      that’s the only tool the liberals and kikes have. The ability to shut people up and shout them down with their media. We need more people creating more media and stealing market share from these loons. Thats the only way, millions of pissed off disenfranchised whites calling for vengeance. what a disgusting state of affairs having these vile liars and bullies sitting atop western society and living off our blood.

    6. ... Says:

      It looks like the gap is widening between the biologists/geneticists on the one hand and social theorists on the other.

      That gap has been in place for decades. Your awareness only has widened.

      That’s bad news for the social theorists because nature ultimately trumps religion every time.

      And what if those social theorists have on their side the armed forces of the state? how will your “nature” trump that?

    7. jigaboos j. jigabooze Says:

      He- or family- may have been threatened with bodily harm.

    8. Ein Says:

      “He- or family- may have been threatened with bodily harm.”

      Possibly. But I think they would have more sophisticated ways.

    9. jigaboos j. jigabooze Says:

      Saturday evening- breaking news- Watson speaks

      http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2007/10/to_question_gen.php

    10. anon Says:

      The dismissal of Dr. Watson is a good thing greatly to be desired.

      Middle class and importantly upper-middle class European-Americans must suffer the same indignities that the rest of us bear routinely before they will be energized to join in the PEACEABLE and LEGAL reaction that will be sufficient to restore CONSTITUTIONAL governments in these states.

    11. gw Says:

      I heartily endorse the comment that: “Middle class and, importantly, upper-middle class European-Americans must suffer the same indignities that the rest of us bear routinely before they will be energized to join in the PEACEABLE and LEGAL reaction …”

      This is VERY true and VERY important. The important and influential members of our group must be made to feel the pain and the indignities from which they have for so long been exempted. Not until then will this isolated, privileged group understand and identify with the rest of their own people, instead of holding those people in contempt.