Archive for the 'racism accusations' Category

8 January, 2008

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, racism accusations, Ron Paul, Socrates at 11:56 pm | Permanent Link

What are the odds: on the day of the important New Hampshire primary, two unflattering articles about Paul are published, one written by a “gay” Jew (Kirchick) and one written by a presumed Jew (Koffler)? [1][2][3]. Okay, Paul could have done better in this primary. But don’t forget: a) several Republicans will quit the presidential […]

5 December, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Jena 6, media cases, racism accusations, Socrates at 6:36 pm | Permanent Link

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31 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in academia, America's founders, racism accusations, Socrates at 10:11 pm | Permanent Link

So what if they are? America was founded as a White republic, so any negative attitudes that Whites have about non-Whites are traditional and beyond any criticism [1]: [Article]. [1] the “racist” views of America’s founders concerning race and citizenship can be found in this early law: [Here]

28 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in David Duke, egalitarianism, political correctness, racial science, racism accusations, Socrates at 11:24 am | Permanent Link

“The two Galileos of the modern scientific age tell the truth about race” by Dr. David Duke: [Here].

26 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Kevin MacDonald, political correctness, racial science, racism accusations, Socrates at 6:44 pm | Permanent Link

By Dr. Kevin MacDonald: [Here].

25 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in egalitarianism, political correctness, racial science, racism accusations, Socrates at 6:15 pm | Permanent Link

(By the way: Watson, who had previously been suspended from a New York laboratory pending a review of his comments about race, has resigned from that lab) [1]: [Article]. [1] about Watson resigning: [Here]

24 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Jena 6, media cases, racism accusations, Socrates, The South at 4:21 pm | Permanent Link

How the media portrayed the Jena 6 case vs. what really happened: [Article].