8 Responses to Smart enough to know better: Intelligence is not a remedy for racism

  1. Andreas Meyer August 16, 2013 at 10:57 am #

    To any intelligent person it should be obvious, what the consequences of policies are. And who wants to leave a country looking like Haiti or Liberia leave to his descendants? Race Realism just makes sense.

  2. RangerOfAlcyone August 15, 2013 at 1:22 pm #

    HERESY! Each society has its own word for HERESY!

    Communists called all HERESY! fascism.

    Fascist Italy called all HERESY! Communism.

    Today, the Politically Correct tyranny calls HERESY! “Hate!”

    They call people who speak HERESY! names.

    You Political Correctness fanatics are playing a very old game.

    When you scream HERESY! aka Hate! at people who disagree with you, it says nothing about the point we make.

    But it tells us ALL about YOU ANTI-WHITES.

  3. ChrisDonald August 15, 2013 at 7:15 am #

    “Racist” is hate word.
    The anti-whites are only eliminating white people and countries via mass immigration and social engineering.
    The genocide law says it`s genocide.

  4. Wh1t3Rabb1t August 14, 2013 at 8:55 pm #

    Look at all this anti-whitism. In the 60′s, anti-whites forced ALL and ONLY white countries to bring in millions of non-whites. Then anti-whites forced ALL and ONLY white people to “integrate” or face penalties for being “naziswhowantokill6millionjews.” Now anti-whites are praising and counting down the days till ALL and ONLY white children are minorities and extinct EVERYWHERE. That makes it genocide. “Anti-racist” is a codeword for anti-white. /watch?v=lKDeyuM0-Og

  5. Lee August 14, 2013 at 6:40 pm #

    Some groups feel singled out for effective genocide by forced mixing with other groups. Remember “Fidler on the Roof”? The father’s realization that if Jews married non-Jews then “where would the Jews be”. A melting pot wipes out individual groups, putting an end to their race or religion. Many whites now fell the same way. Forced integration is seen by many as an attempt to stir the melting pot and eliminate the White group. This view is reinforced by seeing other groups NOT forced to integrate. Will the government force Korean neighbourhoods to accept blacks as well? Will the media push the concept of racially mixed families on Vietnamese people? Will Japan be forced to take in Muslims the way European countries have? To see how upset the White group has become visit www DOT stormfront DOT org.

  6. Lee August 14, 2013 at 6:25 pm #

    The author states ““More intelligent members of the dominant group are just better at legitimizing and protecting their privileged position than less intelligent members,”. But fails to define “privilege”. For many this “privilege” is safety. More intelligent people are more likely to follow news than less intelligent people. Certain races appear more often in news reports for certain crimes. Most people will assume a mass shooting is committed by a white male. Based on news coverage. This is obviously racist. Other crimes are associated other racial groups. When a white community is forced to accept those racial groups it causes fear. It will be called racism. Obviously if the new people shared similar social / economic status then the fear will be less. No one expects middle class blacks to be breaking into neighbourhood homes. Government forced integration of communities would do well to keep this in mind.

  7. Lee August 14, 2013 at 6:07 pm #

    Racism is about stereotypes. These stereotypes are fed by news reports, personal experiences, and backed by statistics. When crimes are reported people remember race and circumstances. For example many highly publicized attacks on gays were by groups of white males. This creates a stereotype that many white males are homophobic. I am certain that an openly gay person fears a group of white males more than a group of Asian males. That reaction would be called racist by most people.

  8. Lee August 14, 2013 at 5:45 pm #

    Apparent racism may not be about race. Often times it is about fear. For example middle class mixed race neighbourhoods. Because values and behaviour are similar people respect each other. But forced integration by moving a group of lower class people into that neighbourhood will raise safety concerns. If the new people are black it will be called racism. If the new group is white reaction will be the same. But it will NOT be called racism. Where I live no one wants the “trailer park trash” moving into our neighbourhoods. Despite being of same race.

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