Skip to comments.In Research Involving Genome Analysis, Some See a ‘New Racism’
Posted on 03/24/2014 5:58:27 AM PDT by reaganaut1
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Liberals simultaneously believe that there is no such thing as race but that we must always count by and discriminate based upon race to assure equal outcomes.
Why not - many true things and reality in general have been called “racist”.
Note that the “some” who see racism is one “Social Justice” professor a UNC who is flogging a book on racism and genetics.
“Liberals simultaneously believe that there is no such thing as race”
They believe, due to their evolutionary assumptions, that the different races evolved differently and are at different stages of development. They do not reject the concept of race at all.
The main reason they are for equal outcomes is their rejection of the sin nature of mankind. The idea that evil comes from within is anathema to them. Evil must be caused by environment, because they are “basically good”. Therefore, any inequality in outcomes is inherently unfair because it was the environment that caused some to succeed and others to fail.
The "social science" people who have spent their professional lives arguing that race is just a construct, and any variation of outcomes across identifiable groups is evidence of racism, are NOT happy about the possibility of research in the near future giving evidence that things are different from the social science narrative.
When the brilliant but amoral scientists decide to construct their ideal human beings, will they make then White or Black?
PC being the only accepted rule, they will probably settle for a mixture of racial groups. Then we will see the real horror of the god of science manifest itself.
Once again liberals show that they are pro-science only when it suits their agenda.
More idiocy from people who don’t understand that God likely has a reason for us all being different-and I think it probably has something to do with accepting and respecting one another for who we are as individuals, rather than as part of a race or ethnic group...
If you are interested-the late Ira Levin wrote about one possible scenario involving the manipulation of genetics to produce a racial sameness-”This Perfect Day” was written in the mid 60’s, but his take on the ultimate consequences that result when humans are believed to be docile, and one size is supposed to fit all seems to me even more relevant today than it was when the author imagined it. I just loaned my copy to my compadre and employer, and he says he can hardly put it down to go to sleep. It is a great futuristic thriller, and you can get it at Amazon for less than $20.
Even some leftists don’t think equality can be legislated.
by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
I vaguely remember that story, but Vonnegut’s stuff was so dark I didn’t read it much, because I’ve never been part of the we’re-all-gonna-die crowd. Levin’s book has a rather happy ending, too.
Race is a social construct. If you have proof otherwise, you are a racist heretic.