Friday, October 19, 2007

The Nibelungen of Britain and American Socialite Science Go After A GIANT For Suggesting Africa Has Poor Prospects From Low Average IQ

James Watson, while having also said not to discriminate on the basis of group findings, has been suspended from his chancellorship of a research establishment by a clique of midget socialite scientists. Like the Katyn Forest killings, the left tries to eliminate the officers and men of distinction while taking over a country. [added another day]
James Watson, by throwing the burden of proof back where it belongs, as in the quotes below, has spoken the unspeakable, or what is considered so, by their anti-culture. This is why no tolerance or even discussion is possible, no matter how great the eminence of one who has spoken these dread words, he must be smeared to oblivion, lest the crack of doom open and swallow up their egalitarian smearocracy, lodged in the government schools and other all-too-willing agencies of state propaganda."A priori, there is no firm reason to anticipate that the intellectual abilities of people geographically separated during their evolution should prove to have evolved identically. "James Watson in the Independent:"We do not yet adequately understand the way in which the different environments in the world have selected over time the genes which determine our capacity to do different things. The overwhelming desire of society today is to assume that equal powers of reason are a universal heritage of humanity. It may well be. But simply wanting this to be the case is not enough. This is not science."These points of Watson's stand unchallenged, undebated and undiscussed, as the anti-cultured cannot afford to give up their position of being able to smear opponents, rather than ever have to argue for their egalitarian assumptions. There is not the least concern for truth on their side, but merely the consideration of positioning oneself so as to be able to dismiss opposition with insults.
Combining this post on the same topic:
from Monday, October 29, 2007

Does America Still Have Room For Men Of Greatness, Such As James Watson...
or has even science become a place with no room for those who dissent from the pieties of the brave new era of aggressive anti-discrimination. Men of greatness will give offense to many; if we can't handle that we won't have any. We'll have only envious mediocre hacks pushing racial quotas as if that were avante-garde, forty years after bureaucrats started implementing them. America- the land of the racially sensitive? It would be better to have one great biologist and near-universal boycotts of disadvantaged minorities than a uniformly sensitive cohort of scientists, but none of them a great man.
Added 6-24-08 from: Friday, October 26, 2007

The Anti-Discrimination Regime Vs. Advancement of Civilization: More Evidence That The two Are Incompatible
The cashiering of James Watson, arguably the world's most eminent living scientist, is powerful evidence that valuing the appearance of anti-discrimination above achievement, means we are driven to expel even the topmost discoverers, to spare the feelings of low-achieving groups. It is happening before your eyes, and there is no other point of disagreement to have precipitated the expulsion of Watson.
Posted by John S. Bolton


Timothy Militio said...

I agree that this form of Stalinist thought control has reached a new low when it comes to the censoring of a nobel prize winning scientist.

Im still having problems registering with majorityreport so Ill try and find another forum thats more accomadating to new recruits

John S. Bolton said...

It is not just that a Nobel prize winning scientist is being treated like candidate for one of Stalin's reeducation camps, but that they would go after our greatest living scientist. The difference in stature between the target and the detractors, similar to the difference between the Jacobin functionaries and Lavoisier. There has to be envy involved, and a feminine gossipy element that fancies itself equal. I'm going to change dwarves to Nibelungen so as to bring out the envy aspect.

Timothy Militio said...

Yes bourgoise envy does play a distinct role in Watsons persecution. Its almost as if the Liliputians were just waiting for some pretext to try to claw him down to their level.

I wonder if this hysterical climate of political correctness stigmatization of people who say controversial things will ever end in our lifetimes