Date: 2017-03-01 05:54 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Ok. Let's suppose some group of researchers decided to scientifically prove that "some races are more suited to slavery than others" is false. So they do the research, check their results and ... come to unexpected conclusion that it is actually true.
Does that automatically make them racists?
Does that make them slavery supporters despite that they think it is bad?
If someone informs you about results of that research, that makes her racist?

Your link on wikipedia states that Yarvin thinks that while he doubts that "all races are equally smart," the notion "that people who score higher on IQ tests are in some sense superior human beings" is "creepy".
So he says that racist views are creepy, and based on that you say he is a racist?

Anyway calling a Jew "reanimated zombie Hitler" is interesting. I wonder if that makes you anti-Semite the same way he is a racist?
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