25 October, 2017

Black Intellectuals vs. White Intellectuals

Posted by Socrates in intellectuals, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates, William Pierce at 2:11 pm | Permanent Link

An intellectual is someone with a huge, powerful brain, someone who can think long thoughts and quote Shakespeare and who can easily walk and chew gum at the same time (in other words, not me). Question: how can you be an “intellectual” without a college degree? Sipping white wine and eating brie won’t turn you into an intellectual no matter how hard you try. Dr. William Pierce had a Ph.D. So did Dr. Revilo Oliver. But this Black guy, “Ta-Nehisi,” has no degree at all. Furthermore, how can you be a “visiting professor” at M.I.T. with no degree?[1].


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  7. 5 Responses to “Black Intellectuals vs. White Intellectuals”

    1. fd Says:

      University degrees don’t make the man. I believe in high intelligence and common sense. The concept of Intellect may exist in name only. Pierce said the colleges are diploma mills, and Oliver wrote of a man with great knowledge and no formal education that taught the homeless and down-trodden in Chicago. Bob Whitaker earned the title ‘Professor’ but rejected the label. He didn’t care for what he called Mommy Professor. Whitaker said if you don’t out grow your education, you’ll be stuck in a closed cycle. Hitler said a person is a genius at the first spark of birth, not on the day of his discovery. Jews will tell you the opposite. In 1866 a published paper said Bedford Forrest had an immense brain — the most unlettered and unsurpassed general of the war with no military training. He was brought to Washington to speak of his Wizardry.

    2. Zerstorer Says:

      @FD Sir Issac Newton didn’t realise his genius until he reached his early twenties… Not all geniuses become aware of their talents given the circumstances unless they happen to be in the right place at the right time.

    3. fd Says:

      Yes, Sir Issac Newton was a genius.

      Mr. H. wrote: “Though an inventor, for example, establishes his fame only on the day of his invention, it is a mistake to think that genius as such entered into the man only at this hour-the spark of genius exists in the brain of the truly creative man from the hour of his birth. True genius is always inborn and never cultivated, let alone learned.”

    4. Joe Says:

      “Question: how can you be an “intellectual” without a college degree?”

      Simple. The jews just announce it as so, and voila! — you’re an intellectual. How do you think Maya Angelou and Alan Ginsberg became “poets”? How do you think Arnold Schoenberg became a “composer”? How do you think “rap” became a legitimate musical form? How do you think Picasso became a great “artist”?
      The lower and more debased something is, the higher it is elevated by the tribe.

    5. John Smith Says:

      Well a nigger does know how to place his finger on the side of his chin and ponder, therefore an intellectual. Strangely all nigger intellectuals are experts on one thing and one thing only; white people causing black people suffering.