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Posted by Bob on July 16th, 2011 under Coaching Session

Heredity and environment, nature and nurture.

The problem is that nurture is a one-shot deal.

Mommy Professor tells us that if you just let him rule for a generation the world will be transformed.

In fact the effect of what you do to nurture in any one generation becomes less in the next and a quarter of that in the next, and so on. But the genes just STAY there.

I think all of us know that, whatever they did about literacy or the national debt in the last century, what matters is the color of the people they produced. If you put our “racist” expectations on a statistical curve back in the 1950s, you would have what you have today, a steady transition in the economy, in living standards, in morality, towards a third world country.

People whose real bottom line is making a show of “starting” on dealing with the national debt are the same people who decided that the way to deal with our race problem was to get on a track that led inevitably to getting rid of whites.

If you are white and you don’t care about whites, the bottom line is that you don’t care about anything but here and now.

The paper hats brag that they fought A Great War for Freedom. That’s what they told themselves then and that is what they choose to believe now.

Never does it occur to one of them that the direct result of their Great War for Freedom was to turn one third of the human race over to Communism. They whooped and told each other how great they were in 1945 and not a thought has crossed their minds since.

No generation has ever heaped such praise on itself as the one that gave Stalin and Mao Tse Tung a third of humanity.

The actual result of what they did made no difference to them.

It is not entirely accidental that this was the generation that put us on the road to the destruction of whites.

It is certainly not accidental that they see America in third world stagnation, with a rate of drug addiction and illegitimacy rates that would have shamed blacks and Puerto Ricans in the 1950s, and yet they celebrate every single step that led us to here.

In short, they are without shame.

Why should it be a surprise that a people without shame really couldn’t care less what other burdens they pass on to future generations, fiscal or genetic?

  1. #1 by shari on 07/16/2011 - 6:12 pm

    When I think about this, I feel that my heart just can’t stand it. All this mess and all those years looking for something,not knowing what. Still, so much dullness in people who aren’t stupid. Faster, please.

  2. #2 by Scrivener on 07/16/2011 - 7:03 pm

    The problem is that nurture is a one-shot deal.

    Mommy Professor tells us that if you just let him rule for a generation the world will be transformed.

    Except they keep moving the goalpost. They keep saying their utopia hasn’t materialized yet because of “racism.” But they keep changing what constitutes “racsim.”

    My parents didn’t talk to me about race at all, and never uttered a racial slur or even criticism around me. Anti-Whites will still say that I’m “racist” because my parents were “being racist” somehow in such a way that neither they nor I would have noticed it.

    The truth is that I learned about race through being bussed to the other side of the county to my integrated elementary school. It was liberalism that taught me about race, not my parents.

  3. #3 by BGLass on 07/17/2011 - 9:51 am

    “It was liberalism that taught me about race, not my parents.”

    That is so true for many people. But would amend to “It was public policy that taught me…” B/c the republicans use “the left,’ liberalism, interchangeably while having the same exact attitudes, themselves.

    who could be more liberal than a republican?

  4. #4 by Scrivener on 07/17/2011 - 12:00 pm

    Of course everyone here knows that the respectable conservative Republicans are on the left; the only thing they are to the right of are the Democrats.

    They are far, far to the left of any traditional conservative prior to the 1950s.

    I like to point out that if John F. Kennedy ran for president today, the only party he could hope to get nominated for with his platform would be the Republicans… and that doesn’t say much for the Republicans.

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