Random Quotations – Racial Issues – October 26th, 2019

Five items in total…

“An effective racial conservation movement would depend upon a sense of appreciation and reverence for that which it sought to conserve. It would also depend on the development of a philosophy of ethics which gives substance to that reverence by extending concepts of human rights to races. Only under the protection of the ethical concept of rights – in this case racial rights – can racial diversity, the existence of different races, be protected and preserved in an age when its former protector – geographic distance – is no longer effective in preserving the condition of geographic separation racial diversity requires for its continued existence.” – Dissident Millennial, “Richard McCulloch’s The Racial Compact – Part One – Racial Diversity” – National Vanguard, September 24th, 2019.

“Joker, at its core, is the story of the ‘forgotten man,’ the metaphoric displaced and disenfranchised white man whose goodwill has been abused and whose status has been reduced. A man who has been crushed underfoot by the elite, dragged down by equality-demanding feminists and climbed over by upstart nonwhite and immigrant masses.” – Jeff Yang, “Joker: A political parable for our times” – CNN, October 6th, 2019.

“The framework believes math is manipulated to allow inequality and oppression to persist. They ask, ‘Who is doing the oppressing?’ I think the answer is supposed to be the white, cis-gendered, heterosexual Christian man… They ask, ‘How has math been used to resist and liberate people and communities of color from oppression?’… Ironically, if you subscribe to this social justice world view of math, and teach anyone that there’s no such thing as correct answers, you will be doing immeasurable and, yes, oppressive, harm to students.” – Jeff Dunetz, “Oh my! Now math is racist” – The Lid, October 24th, 2019.

“In this article, I will argue that young East Asians develop their cognitive abilities faster than the young of every other population and thus reach their full mental capacity much earlier than everyone else. In adulthood, many other people from other groups… catch up with or even overtake them. This early development gives East Asians an early cognitive edge which they naturally use to gain a practice advantage in all academic subjects and cognitive tests, and get into gifted schools and elite universities. Unfortunately, this test score superiority does not translate to intellectual leadership or dominance in adulthood after other people’s brains also fully mature and/or continue to mature.” – Chanda Chisala, “Why Harvard is right to discriminate against Asians” – Unz Review, September 17th, 2019.

“To say that racism is not an opinion is rather like saying that socialism is not an opinion, or liberalism or environmentalism or any other ‘ism’. And he’s right because, ‘isms’ are not mere opinions but bundles of values and attitudes which form the way in which we look at the world. But I don’t think that’s what Hall meant, in fact I’m sure that what he meant is that any way of looking at the world which has racial identity and survival at its centre is not a valid ‘ism’. Except that when it’s a ‘woman of colour’ asserting that her racial identity entitles her to call out the President of the United States, then it is not only a perfectly valid ‘ism’ but it allows a breach even of that (supposedly) most sacred BBC principle of political neutrality!” – Frederick Dixon, “To be or not to be….a racist” – Western Spring, October 6th, 2019.