Anthropology of Ethnicity, Genetic Variation, Behavior, and Culture - ROBERT SEPEHR
Dr James Watson is an American molecular biologist, geneticist and zoologist. In 1953, he co-authored the academic paper proposing the double helix structure of the DNA molecule, winning him the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material".
John Philippe Rushton was a Canadian psychologist and author. He taught at the University of Western Ontario and became known to the general public during the 1980's and 1990's for research on genetic influences on intelligence and other apparent variations.
Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author
Europe and the United States would do well to heed the warnings of South Africa and Rhodesia. We need to identify, warn against and ridicule those who push for us to be subsumed by low IQ, high crime masses of foreigners. These measures are wildly unpopular with the plebs of the West; those who cry out for it only get away with it becasue they own academia, media, and politicians. Very basic instinct and logic tells one that it is a bad idea to let hordes of unintelligent and crime prone people into your country, especially when you are a democracy, becasue the greater the number of these hordes, the more political power they wield, the more they will vote themselves corruption and largesse, the more they will breed, and the larger the number of their horde. And so on and son until bankruptcy; a downward spiral of destruction. Even a child can see it, even those who have been propagandized in government schools.
It appears that our elites disapprove of these studies. California has now made it illegal to give IQ tests to African Americans. They objected to the frequency of children being placed into special education classes. How this is supposed to aid the student who does not have the mental acuity to keep up with the more intelligent students is unclear. How often that student and the others like him will disrupt the class is unclear. How far back that will hold the African American students of average and high intelligence is also unclear. What is clear, is that the elites who made this law have children who go to expensive private schools and will remain untouched by higher levels of criminality and lower levels of academic excellence. And since people largely self-segregate, it will largely be African Americans who were poised to succeed who will pay the price.
Related to that spirit of that, as it has been proved statistically that South American immigrants have a high rate of criminality (3x that of whites IIRC) and a high rate of low IQ individuals, it is likely that if the argument against uncontrolled immigration begins to succeed in the US, the elites are likely to ban the collection of such tests and statistics. It appears that we will NOT learn the lessons of South Africa and Rhodesia, at least, not until it is too late.
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