“average I.Q.s shift over time…How could such huge gains be intelligence gains? Either the children of today were far brighter than their parents or…I.Q. tests were not good measures of intelligence”
“The poll, like so many other efforts to figure out “race relations,” starts with an assumption that race and racism are primarily issues about how X individual of one race feels about Z individual of a different race.”
“Rev. Sharpton didn’t show up at their first rally…Megan’s chief handler, Malik Shabazz…is fond of making anti Semitic statements and his organization has been designated a hate group”
Awesome article. “The more victimised “the Muslim woman”, the greater the need for the liberated west to liberate her. The noble intervention is for her and in her interest, not for the west, or its interests.”
“Sharpton called Williams’ case “a national disgrace” and pledged to talk about the it every day on his syndicated radio talk show.”
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