Co-Discoverer of DNA on Race
Knocking down the politically correct walls of fallacy regarding race, that have been erected over the years, is no easy task. But by truly studying science you can learn, thousands of years ago there were divergences between the races, divergences that led to considerable evolutionary and biological differences in the races.
If you’ve ever mused to yourself, why does this race seem to behave one way and that race behaves another way, you should not feel bad for observing true biological differences. Biological differences that extend beyond skin pigment and bone structure. People attempt to hide these differences everyday.
Political correctness is a powerful force. At the heart of political correctness lies the conscience of people and using one’s conscience against them. People have been taught, if you observe differences in other races, even differences like prevalent bad behavior – ignore them. You are made to feel bad about objectively observing racial differences.
I often here the cliche statement that makes me cringe at times, “Come on, this is the year 200X, and you still don’t see people as equal?!?!” And I think to myself, on the contrary, by now you might think people would be more aware of the differences in race. Science supports difference. Science does not support what the PC media and politicians spew.
James Watson, one of the co-discoverers of DNA, retired as chancellor of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. This “resignation” seemed to be fueled by politics. He has also been victimized by political correctness after making a controversial statement about Africans.
THE INDEPENDENT reported: “The newly formed Equality and Human Rights Commission, successor to the Commission for Racial Equality, said it was studying Dr Watson’s remarks ‘in full’. Dr Watson told The Sunday Times that he was ‘inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa’ because ‘all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours – whereas all the testing says not really’. He said there was a natural desire that all human beings should be equal but ‘people who have to deal with black employees find this not true’.”
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Another you might find interesting is at NewScientist, click here to see.
This man, a rational mind and legendary molecular biologist, has spoken the truth: and for speaking that truth, he was punished with undeserved criticism! I believe he knows in his heart what many others know to be true: we are different!