“A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History”

by Nicholas Wade.

Reviewed by Charles Murray in the Wall Street Journal.

“This campaign is waged not against actual violations of civil rights or expressions of prejudice or hatred, but against the idea that biological differences among human populations are a legitimate subject of scholarly study. The reigning intellectual orthodoxy is that race is a ‘social construct,’ a cultural artifact without biological merit… Since the sequencing of the human genome in 2003, what is known by geneticists has increasingly diverged from this orthodoxy, even as social scientists and the mainstream press have steadfastly ignored the new research.”

The above quotes are taken from an extensive review of “A Troublesome Inheritance” by Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute.

I have always thought that any worthwhile ideology must be soundly based upon solid facts, and even a “layman” like myself is appalled at the way in which social engineers and “politically correct” do-gooders ignore, alter, and even outright manufacture convenient “facts” to support their arguments, particularly when the real facts get in the way.

In my opinion, books like this go a long way towards proving the inherent dishonesty – perhaps even maliciousness – of those liberals and intellectuals who wish to utilize ideology and propaganda in a massive and determined effort to mongrelize the White race into third-world incompetence and misery.

Based on Murray’s review, I will be buying a copy, and will post my own review in a few weeks.

Jeff Goodall.

Read Charles Murray’s review in the Wall Street Journal here.

Buy “A Troublesome Inheritance” here.

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