Tag Archives: racism

No Thank You, Google

Yet another reason why Google sucks: There are so many things wrong with this social justice warrior activism, but the biggest one is that there is no real reason for it. I don’t think a single American exists who isn’t … Continue reading

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Demographics Is Not Destiny

“Demographics is destiny” is the call sign of the alt-right. The thinking goes that the race with the most people gets to call the shots in terms of what culture and government look like. This oversimplified view of reality misses … Continue reading

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Some But Not All

I recently came across this post on Trump and racism here. To be fair, the writer gets it 80% correct, but he misses some truly important points. While there’s enough evidence to support the idea that Trump is a racist, … Continue reading

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Pity for Government Programs

How do you know when someone is fundamentally messed up? They grant unliving things characteristics that only living things can benefit from. They are in love with things and care not enough for people. They make idols out of the … Continue reading

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The Virtue Signalling of Racism

I always think it’s funny when the left speaks about racism, for they think that a vast majority of Americans are incorrigibly racist (people in other countries are curiously exempt from such generalizations). Yet, they act surprised and hurt when … Continue reading

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Race Realism is Social Darwinism

John Derbyshire, who has some occasional salient points on culture, demonstrates here why “race realism” is simply rehashed social Darwinism. Instead of believing in “magic dirt”, he believes in “magic genes”. While the construction of “magic dirt” is risible, his … Continue reading

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A Reward for Existence

The entitlement mentality can be stated more powerfully by phrasing it as a reward for existence. The irony is fragrant, for a reward is something given to a person who has done something exceptional — whether a gold medal, a … Continue reading

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