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Brave teen speaks truth to power, gets labelled racist
2018 Aug 9, 12:19pm 1,376 views 3 comments
Some of those outraged by the racially charged project say it points to a larger problem: the lack of ethnic diversity in the school’s elite HISP program.
The project that started the controversy was titled “Race and IQ.” It raised the hypothesis: “If the average IQs of blacks, Southeast Asians, and Hispanics are lower than the average IQs of non-Hispanic whites and Northeast Asians, then the racial disproportionality in (HISP) is justified.”
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2018 Aug 9, 12:25pm
"She said the student who prepared the report has a history of making racist remarks in class. He is described by peers as a boy of Asian descent and a participant in the accelerated Humanities and International Studies program, or HISP. The Sacramento Bee did not speak to the student and is not identifying the minor."
I'd be pissed if I were this Asian kid too. Why is he punished for being born asian? Why does he have to outperform people who have all the same privileges to get accepted into the same program? This is exactly why IQ discussions are important. Remove favorable treatment for races, make everything about individual accomplishments. Boom, problem solved.
2018 Aug 9, 12:50pm
Another reason China will pass the US. Asians as a whole could give a shit about being PC about this issue and laugh at us. In my office they just shake their head at this stuff and don't understand how this came to be. They know they are next for being successful.
2018 Aug 9, 5:42pm
There is a leftist fear of the ramifications of allowing certain truths to be spoken, especially in indoctrination centers like schools.
And so they do everything they can to suppress and censor the truth.
Censorship is a bad response. A better response would be to accept objective scientific reality and find creative and equitable ways to deal with it.
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