The ‘infinite human potential’ and ‘slavery/colonization was what kept you down’ myths were the West’s strategic response to Communism — it was how they took the ball from the USSR’s otherwise strong appeal. And so — the general populations of races had to be made the same. To call antiracism, which evolved into anti-whiteism, the… Read More My Diagnosis and Recommendations
Introduction Since the dawn of the modern era, cross-cultural awareness has caused the advent of moral principles deemed to be universally applicable and unimpeachable. These principles, distilled from the common essence of the human condition, human needs and nature, hold great promise for human peace, prosperity, and justice. However, the application of these moral principles… Read More Nuance in the Noise: Cultural Embeddedness Can Excuse People from Blameworthiness
This article is an example par excellence of politically motivated reasoning in the social sciences. “Everything else being equal,” they conclude, “demographic shifts toward increasing diversity may increase people’s pro-sociality.” a) With regards to the first experiment, people who elected to donate to the Boston Marathon Bombing victims could be from an incredibly skewed sample.… Read More Motivated Reasoning in the Social Sciences
1/ Tl;dr of the progressive socialist’s anti-whiteism in the Trump era: “We’re not against poor whites, only rich whites. Therefore, we will create special hurtles for all whites, and opaque ceilings, such that fewer of them end up well-off.” 2/ “Then our line graphs of white income/wealth will come closer to converging with non-white income/wealth.… Read More “Poor whites aren’t the problem – rich whites are!”
I also want to write similar missive, but digging deeper into the question: “Why do you believe that all races are the same, or at least interchangeable?” Lastly, take a look at this event at Rutgers in three weeks:
I made this fundraiser on GoFundMe.
Didn’t realize that I was mentioned in this article back in October, pertaining to the non-legal concept of ‘hate speech’. Here: As part of Free Speech Week, the Department of Communication and the Department of Journalism and Media Studies hosted an event titled “What is ‘Hate Speech’? Definitions, Laws, Solutions.” The event featured talks by… Read More Quoted in Rutgers’ Daily Targum