Archive for the 'jewish ‘genius’' Category

15 April, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, Ashley Montagu, feminism, feminism as fraudulent, Feminists, feminization of the West, human equality, jewed culture, jewed politics, Jewed science, Jewish 'experts', jewish 'genius', Socrates, women, women and 'equality', women and bugs, women and emoting at 12:34 pm | Permanent Link

A quote about the book: “An award-winning physician and scientist makes the game-changing case that genetic females are stronger than males at every stage of life.” Oh, that’s just too funny! If women were genetically superior to men, they could quickly beat our asses black-and-blue, they wouldn’t scream when they see a bug, and they […]

27 February, 2020

Posted by Socrates in America, Einstein, jewed culture, jewed music, jewish 'genius', music, Socrates at 2:49 pm | Permanent Link

It’s a tragedy that one of the best, and most popular, songs of the 20th century (Unchained Melody, which was popularized by two White gentile singers) was written by two Jews. Oh, well, what can you do? At least all the good versions of the song are sung by White gentiles. It’s sad that nearly […]

13 October, 2013

Posted by Socrates in Einstein, jew frauds, jewish 'genius', Jewish 'science', Jewish deceit, Socrates at 8:04 pm | Permanent Link

Was Albert Einstein a genius? No. Like many Jews, he was a plagiarizer who stole gentile ideas and passed them off as his own. Einstein didn’t invent E=mc2. An Italian did. [Article].

3 August, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Einstein, jewish 'genius', Jewish arrogance, quotations, quotations about jews, Socrates at 12:52 pm | Permanent Link

Jewish creativity = theft x tribal promotion²

30 March, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Einstein, intelligence, IQ, jew frauds, jewish 'genius', Jewish deceit, Jewish myths, science, Socrates at 11:22 am | Permanent Link

Of course, the over-hyped Jew Einstein wasn’t a genius anyway: he stole the E=mc2 theory from another gentile named Olinto DePretto. [Article].