a reply to: Noinden
Scientists are not exempt from brainwashing or popular pressure. Just look at the categorical denial of the validity of ufo sightings and abduction
After the Nazis and WWII dealing with races scientifically became taboo.
As I already said, you can quote scientists and so can I. Where does that lead us? I put my trust in my own common sense and the scientists that come
from a culture where the concept of race itself isn't inherently taboo.
From your first article:
For an objective, biological definition of race, this genetic differentiation has to occur “across sharp boundaries and not as gradual
I already debunked this notion in my last post. Since they can't deny the differences between races they move the goalpost. Just because red and blue
is part of the same spectrum of colour doesn't mean they're not different.
The other argument is mainly semantic, races do not adhere to the taxonomic classification of race. This ignores the colloquial use of the word, if
you want to be pedantic we can call them subspecies.
At the end of the day races are not a social construct but a word describing clear differences between different groups of humans. The only social
construct here is the tired but hyped notion of social constructivism.
And obviously we are not talking about a single gene here, that's a straw man.
Of course, when you look at the agenda of globalism these notions being favoured over others suddenly puts things in context. Nation states are
obsolete, so are individual cultures. Enforced mixture, multiculturalism and destruction of traditional cultures is the objective here and denying the
existence of races is simply one outwards manifestation of this trend.
Pure, geographically separated ancestral populations are an abstraction: “There is no reason to think that there ever were isolated, homogeneous
parental populations at any time in our human past.”
Fallacy of the excluded middle. So because different groups aren't completely pure or separated between sharp boundaries there can be no merit to the
idea of race.
Let's ignore this intellectual masturbation and talk down to earth facts:
Different groups of humans display different characteristics, these different groups are referred to as races. That's it.
"The notion of race may be real, but the science is not.We are all the same
, with no exceptions."
Not gonna read any more than that if the guy starts spouting brainwashed memes like that right off the bat. Of course, "we are all the same"..
Egalitarianism has become a sickness, a caricature. No, we are not all the same. Just more doublethink from some conditioned pleb. Seriously think
about that statement for a while, "we are all the same".. Are we, really? In what way are we all the same? Because last time I checked there are any
number of myriad differences between ALL OF US. Even identical twins differ in their experiences.
This guy is gonna be hypercritical about the down to earth demonstrable notion of races in his article - because of conditioning - yet he'll gladly
spout abstract and unfounded mantras like "we are all the same" without being even a little critical. All this science is trying so very, very hard to
discredit the idea of race and it is still failing. Science isn't supposed to desperately try to confirm beliefs it has already made its mind up
about, and that's what this is looking like.
Relativism and cult like statements like "we are all the same". No thanks, I'm different and I disagree.
And so do these scientists:
edit on 7-9-2016 by TheLaughingGod because:
Extradimensional interference patterns..