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"Saying or thinking bad things about another race" is racism according to some liberals say. What say Ye?

"Saying or thinking bad things about another race" is racism according to some liberals say. What say Ye? Topic: "Saying or thinking bad things about another race" is racism according to some liberals say. What say Ye?
June 20, 2019 / By Delora
Question: Why am I not allowed to say or think (very Orwellian if you ask me) bad things about other races, if I'm using evidence based facts and logic? Because I might hurt someones feelings?
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Originally Answered: How can we ever overcome racism, merely identifying obvious racism gets you tagged as a racist or race baitor?
Ok, lets just say for the sake of argument it's true that Blacks have a lower IQ than everyone else. Is it because of genetics or is it because of hundreds of years of slavery, oppression, and colonization by white people who wouldn't allow us to go to school that caused our lower IQ? IQ tests basically tests ones ability to apply logic and critical thinking skills, both of which can be taught. See people like Jared Taylor like to forget the influence racist white people have had to people of color all around the world. Secondly, where do you draw the line? If you have an above average IQ, say 110 and mine is 120 does that give me the right to take what I want from you and mistreat you? Should we say only people with an IQ above 120 can own a firearm, above 130 can be a business owner, and 140 to teach? Should we eliminate everyone below 130 to create a true superior race? I'm pretty sure most people wouldn't agree to that. So why does it seem to be acceptable to people like Jared Taylor when it comes to race? Could it be they're just using "crime statistics and IQ results to justify their own inherent racism? What those racists fail to realize is we're all important and everyone plays a role in society. Not everyone can be Michael Jordan to use a basketball analogy. But even Michael, with all his skills, couldn't win without Bill Carwright, Bill Paxon, Scotty Pipen and Dennis Rodman all doing their part as a team. So to answer your question, no, race and intelligence should not justify racism.
Originally Answered: How can we ever overcome racism, merely identifying obvious racism gets you tagged as a racist or race baitor?
Not at all. There are many black people in fields that are quite demanding intellectually (Neil Degrasse Tyson for example). Sure, a lot of people don't believe that there are as many black people in scientific fields etc, but I believe that's mainly due to the fact that there's still a lot of racism going on these days. And hey, I'd be the first to admit that racism is alive and well everywhere; even white people are sick of their **** (I'm white btw). But no, saying one race is better than another is like saying painting a car red will make it faster. A weird simile, but you should get it. Also, those studies are usually pretty biased. And even if they were true, it wouldn't change the fact that those people have feelings etc. If intelligence was the only thing keeping us from treating each other like crap, then I feel sorry for anyone cognitive issues.

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