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Dr. Park: Oh hi there! Come in, please. Here, put on this lab coat and protective eyewear. Welcome — to Unamusement Park’s Center for Research On Craziness Occasioned by Pointed Observations of a Racial Nature and Its Practical Uses and Benefits: the newly operational C.R.O.C.O.P.O.R.N.I.P.U.B., funded by your generous donations to the Carlyle Club and […]

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In honor of star witness and 19-year-old non-high school graduate Rachel “That’s Real Retarded, Sir” Jeantel and her free ride to college, I present to you an updated version of the classic Unamusement Park race/IQ flyer. Three columns for ease of reading. (You print it sideways.) Click the pic for the glorious full-size version. PDF […]

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Race and education are in the news again. No, not the nationwide racial violence and general mayhem caused by non-Asian minority (NAM) students. Just another made-up conspiracy theory blaming mythical white “racists” for everyone else’s failure. From the Washington Post: The disproportionately low number of black and Latino students admitted to Fairfax County’s prestigious Thomas […]

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In January, I reported that the doctrine of diversity was inching ever closer to the Beyond Parody event horizon, as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality. The settlement cost Pepsi a mere $3 million. Now John Derbyshire, who has described me as “thoughtful, well-spoken, and highly intelligent” (not handsome? […]

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Canadian zoologist and environmental activist David Suzuki disgraces himself in this classic 1989 debate from the CBC Digital Archives (also available on YouTube). THE STORY: David Suzuki and professor Philipe Rushton sit on stage before a politically charged crowd. This one-on-one debate is about race and genetics. Rushton, a psychology professor at the University of […]

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I could have written a long essay spelling out every connection between the following nine items, but it just isn’t necessary. The connections are obvious, and so is the conclusion: that the state of racial discourse in this country has never been more dismal. Item (1): “Free speech covers all, even the primitive” (Charlotte Observer, […]

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“Does this bus go to Duluth?” “No, it goes beep beep.” Our Motives series takes a brief detour through Duluth, Minnesota, home of the aptly named “Un-Fair Campaign” (for white genocide), to debunk the rest of their evidence for “white privilege,” starting with race differences in poverty and unemployment rates. Like all the other so-called […]

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Robert Lindsay thinks one should stay away from Mangan’s. This is a very reactionary Libertarian, hyper-masculine, MRA, misogynist/sexist and anti-Black racist website. It’s nasty and ugly. I don’t care how good the writing is. Why even go there. The answer to that rhetorical question, by the way, is that Dennis Mangan is much more informative […]

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Lawrence Auster directs us to the renowned 11th edition of Encyclopedia Britannica, from 1910; specifically, to page 344 of Volume 19 and an article entitled “Negro.” What did we know about “the negro” in 1910? Mentally the negro is inferior to the white. Race differences in intelligence, which in the age before political correctness were […]

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I give up! I’ve had enough! Enough of these race denialists, these radical egalitarians, these “anti-racists,” these diversity-mongers, or whatever they’re calling themselves now, telling me that blacks are dumber than whites. Fine, I concede: they are! They’re dumber than whites. Are you happy now? I guess I should explain. I have occasionally written on […]

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