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    Racialism Vs Racism

    Is it racialism or racist to say that and/or believe that each racial group and/or sub group tends toward certain superior and/or inferior traits? For instance, is it still racist to say that African Americans do better at organized professional sports than most other racial groups? It's pretty clear at this point, isn't it? That is not to say that the African race as a group is physically superior to all other races, but can we at least agree on the aforementioned point without shouting "racist?"

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    What we have is a group of people who were basically eugenically engineered from an otherwise physically inferior and lanky base stock in order to serve a specific function, and that function happened to be manual labor.

    So, it stands to reason that the traits selected to reinforce would be the following:

    Physically superior to their contemporaries. This would be done by breeding the physically strongest specimens with other physically strong specimens. This, over several generations, would result in a much physically stronger breed.

    Superior endurance as compared to their contemporaries. One needs to make sure that they can work as long as needed, without becoming overly exhausted. It’s one thing to be able to sprint to the finish line in record time on a very short course . (Which is what this African breed would have excelled at originally.) It’s quite another to be able to finish a marathon.

    Faster maturation physically. This would enable them to get bigger and stronger much earlier, and also mate and produce more workers earlier, who would carry on those same traits. If one was a slave owner, this would be a very valuable and profitable trait for one’s slaves to have.

    Making sure that such stock was intelligent enough to work with a certain level of autonomy, and without constant direction and supervision, but not TOO intelligent that they would start to question their place.

    So what we have now in America, is the cumulative result of this.

    The blacks here are naturally physically stronger than most of the other people on average, (meaning they don’t have to do much in order to be ‘big and strong’), mature faster physically, and are of lower intelligence, on a whole, then their original stock from Africa.

    That’s not racist That’s just straight out fact, as politically incorrect as it may be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KveldulfR View Post
    Is it racialism or racist to say that and/or believe that each racial group and/or sub group tends toward certain superior and/or inferior traits? For instance, is it still racist to say that African Americans do better at organized professional sports than most other racial groups? It's pretty clear at this point, isn't it? That is not to say that the African race as a group is physically superior to all other races, but can we at least agree on the aforementioned point without shouting "racist?"

    Mainstream society cannot deal with race and it knows it so a mass ban on all racial themes is the only option for it, which it has adopted clearly.

    I wouldn't say blacks are better at sports. Blacks are horrible at many sports that don't require one to be over 6ft tall and or 200+ pounds. Of course mainstream society cannot deal with that so that is racist. Whites are better swimmers. Why is that? Because Africans don't have a natural and historical kinship with water such as whites. Either way I don't agree that Africans are physically superior. People forget that mainstream only shows the buff, athletic blacks. Never the other 90%. We never see the fat ones, the short ones, the skinny ones, the ugly ones. Hint, that isn't a coincidence. Blacks are completely commercialized in the West. They are a sports product. A false image is projected of them that is even admitted by black scholars. Many would argue blacks have suffered greatly do to this notion of them all being masters of sports, which isn't true in the first place.


    If you highlight only the strong, tall, muscular people of a race, surprise surprise other races will attribute those qualities to that race.

    Do these characters all look like epic sports players? I think not. Welcome to the real black community.

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