Nothing in evolution has anything to do with one race being “more evolved “ than any other. Your ignorance of science is matched with your ignorance of history.
You're the poster who brought in the Nazis.
If you had actually read Mein Kampf (you know, written by that Hitler guy, who was commonly thought to be somewhat affiliated with Nazi politics and doctrine), you'd find that he believed in fixed kinds, because interbreeding of a higher and lower kind resulted in a hybrid weaker than the strong stock, which would be out-competed for survival, having no natural niche, and would thus die out...which seems to imply that Hitler was working off of the framework of natural selection, not special creation, eh?
I posted the direct quote once upon a time in response to someone (probably an atheist troll) who was busily orally pleasuring themselves by quote mining from Hitler to give Christians a bad name.
Apparently, they hadn't reckoned with the awesome capabilities of Google to find entire quotations in context.
As an aside, a chiropractor once told me that the pelvic region on blacks is most similar to that of monkeys, hence the more muscular gluteal areas on blacks.
I wasn’t interested in that at the time as I don’t see people that way, but your comment reminded me of what he said. Do you know if he was right or wrong? I’d like to know whether it can be refuted or is correct.
Not sure what exactly you mean by this. If you mean that the idea of "more highly evolved" is meaningless in evolutionary theory, you are quite correct.
If you mean that evolutionary theory does not allow for the possibility that some "races" or sub-species of humans will develop average characteristics that differ from the average characteristics of other "races," then you are quite incorrect. In fact, such differentiation is exactly what separates one "race" from another.
Given the fact that races differ from each other, there is no evolutionarily valid reason for assuming in advance that such differentiation cannot include intellectual and character aspects. In fact, a logical person would expect such differences.
Careful measurement has the potential to prove or disprove that such differences exist, but saying in advance that they cannot exist is an act of faith, not of science.