Archive for the 'race and cautiousness' Category

12 July, 2019

Posted by Socrates in race, race and cautiousness, race and IQ, Socrates, White philosophy, White thought, White vs. non-White countries at 11:35 am | Permanent Link

“I think I’ll work on the electrical system without checking it for live current first” — this Chinese doofus no doubt said to himself. A web search shows that most accidental human electrocutions occur in non-White countries. Duh. Cautiousness is a White trait. Being an idiot around hazardous substances/situations is a non-White trait. (e.g., I […]

30 September, 2016

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black IQ, Black mentality, blacks, race, race and cautiousness, Socrates at 1:12 pm | Permanent Link

(This post was inspired by a negro who was electrocuted at his workplace. Apparently, it did not occur to him to verify if the power was off before making repairs to machinery). Newbies, an important difference between Whites and negroes is that Blacks are naturally less cautious than Whites. For example, a Black is more […]

21 August, 2016

Posted by Socrates in Brazil, Diversity, immigration, multiculturalism, race, race and cautiousness, race and health, racial differences, racial fitness, racial hierarchy, Socrates, White philosophy, White thought, White-culture-as-superior at 2:47 pm | Permanent Link

Brazil: a multicultural “casserole” of Blacks, Browns, Reds, Yellows, Whites and every other race. Brazil is full of crime, corruption, incompetence, poverty, disease, filthy beaches, filthy water, to name a few bad features. (Brazil had 7 years to prepare to host the 2016 Olympic Games, but it was still very unprepared – so much so […]

4 December, 2013

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1968, egalitarianism, equality, equalocracy, federal government, federal laws, federal power, jewed culture, jewed law, race, race and cautiousness, racial differences, racial fitness, racial hierarchy, Socrates at 3:46 pm | Permanent Link

This is a true story. One day, a non-White woman was in a grocery store. She had a small child with her, who was about 3 years old. While she shopped, the woman (we’ll call her “Mrs. Brown”) allowed her child to ride in her shopping cart at the very top of the cart, in […]