27 November, 2021

The Origin of Race Denialism

Posted by Socrates in race as a social construct, race baloney, Race Denial, racial differences, racial hierarchy at 4:36 pm | Permanent Link

(“This is one of those views which are so absurd that only very learned men could possibly adopt them.” — Bertrand Russell, 1959. Only an intellectual would believe that human races don’t exist. Being “well-read” [being an intellectual, usually a Ph.D.] doesn’t mean you’re smart. It means that you’ve read 138 college textbooks written by leftist Jews. You are merely “book-smart.” Your head is filled with Jewish nothings. The U.S. government is filled with intellectuals. Hence the reason America is now circling the drain).

“‘Race-denialism’ is defined as follows: “The denial of the existence of human races, in part or in whole, as they have historically been perceived and as they are commonly perceived today.”


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