16 June, 2020

Race: the Big Why Was Asked, But No Answer Came

Posted by Socrates in anthropology, black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black Cities, black crime, Black IQ, black leaders, black rule, egalitarianism, equality, human equality, race, race and crime, race and IQ, race baloney, Race Denial, racial differences, racial hierarchy, Rushton, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 9:33 am | Permanent Link

I once asked an anthropologist this question (paraphrasing):

“If Black people are equal to White people, then how come all of the White countries in the world are clean, safe, wonderful places to live, but all of the Black countries are dangerous toilets, even when the Blacks are in charge of the countries and are not hindered by White racism?”

The anthropologist never answered my question. But his silence basically answered my question. Indeed, the rule of nature concerning humans is: the darker the skin is, the less successful the people are.


[Also, an online book about race, by J. Philippe Rushton].

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