Race Realism

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RACE REALISM EXPLAINED

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nsmo's picture

nice

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Grothesk's picture

Ensuring that people are aware of the Youtube description:

"This video is an explanation of race realism, from the mind of Jean-Francois Gariépy, a YouTuber (scientist/professor) who makes long form, educational/science related videos, channel here."  

 

Here is one of his high profile, scientific/professor videos:

 

 

 

Yeah, commenting on giant Youtubers, using the word "cucked", and blaming your problems on "feminism" sure sounds respectable and not laughable to me.

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skeptoid's picture

FYI I'm arguing with the Mouthy Buddha fanboys in the comment section of this vid right now. Stirring up a nest.

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Fullauto223cal's picture

You know how to spot someone infected by the mental virus of Cultural Marxism (a.k.a. SJWism)?  It's simple.  Just use term cuck to reflect the emasculating effects of the mental virus within ear shot of an SJW and observe their response.

 

An ordinary healthy person will have no response at all.  However the SJW will respond like someone infected with rabies responds to water.  The afflicted will often times regugitate a long list of angry "-isms" and "-ists" toward the source of the word.  It should be noted that this is a reflect caused by the mental virus.  They are simply incapable of NOT responding.  As one final note, although the preceeding accusations vary the final accusation will be "RACIST" 99.999% of the time.

 

 

The SJW afflicted person lives in a blissful state where they actually believe they can enact actual change or forward progress.  The mental virus maintains it's hold on the infected by allowing white people to impress other white people with how accepting and totally sensitive they are.

For example.

Grothesk why are you such a soy boy cuck?

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Grothesk's picture

I've noticed "soy boy" is the new right wing phrase of the month.  Will it last as long as "fuck boy"?  Gotta keep those clicks incoming to the right wing jerk off machine.

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Nobody told me it was the phrase of the month.  I picked up on it after listening to Owen Benjamin's standup act when he was describing the emasculated, effeminate guy at some of his shows around Seattle I think.

 

At any rate, it must be pretty damn descriptive if it making you upset enough to respond like you did.  It's pretty evident that the leftwing in the US lack any balls whatsoever and live purely according to their "feelings".

 

According to Urban Dictionary, "Soy Boy" describe males who completely and utterly lack all necessary masculine qualities. This pathetic state is usually achieved by an over-indulgence of emasculating products and/or ideologies (leftism, Marxism).

The origin of the term derives from the negative effects soy consumption has been proven to have on the male physique and libido.

The average soy boy is a feminist, nonathletic, has never been in a fight, will probably marry the first girl that has sex with him, and likely reduces all his arguments to labeling the opposition as "Nazis".

See also: cuck, beta/omega male, orbiter, kissless virgin, male feminist

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nsmo's picture

"Ensuring that people are aware of the Youtube description:" The feels are getting to be 2cringy4me.

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Grothesk's picture

Certainly if your message is truth then revealing more information upon it would be your desire, right?

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skeptoid's picture

This French dude, his thinking, and his attempt to repackage racist ideas into a kind of vague, suffocating pillow is an example of the deliberate polarization of weak individuals into absolute tribal positions. People on the "right" who fall into this horeshit are intellectually feeble dupes looking for an "objective-sounding" means to justify their disgust and fear. Many of them are reacting without thinking to the drum-beat of  "race is everything" coming from the marxists. Others are life-long seething racists who are thrilled that a time has come where their ideas can appeal to the most foolish of the frightened.

 

I like to hold Faith Goldy up as one of the poster girls for the dull-minded and frightened woman who manifests her irrational, race-based tribalism into a racist thinking process that is clearly rooted in fear/disgust (i.e. almost certainly irrational).

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bronobo's picture

my knowledge is really outdated, but my memory is that the genetic argument for the existence of race is from cherrypicking genetic markers and asigning them geographic labels, based on the geographic distributions of each marker and estimating where on the planet the marker originated from. then they select a group of markers with the same geographic label, and call it a racial category.

 

the problem is geography is not the same as race. you could also make as many racial categories as you want, by drawing as many regions on the globe as you want. or, you could choose a limited number of genetic markers, so that you wouldn't have to draw so many regions in order to account for all the combnations of genetic markers. something like this problem is even mentioned in this video.

 

another problem is this method is similar to picking a few visible physical traits (without using genetics), and creating categories from them. you could pick things like skin color and hair coarseness, find their geographic distribution, and call them racial categories. instead of just cherrypicking a limited amount of markers or physical traits, when looking at the entire genome of a human individual, and comparing them to the entire genome of individuals from their population and individuals from a distant population, studies weren't able to find a genetic pattern to distinguish each population as a different group. but this also comes to the same problem of how do you define one population from another. you could even argue that the whole planet is one population especially now where people have the possibility to migrate to most other places around the world.

 

my memory could be wrong, and my undergrad and grad textbooks were published just after the Human Genome Project was completed. they are now outdated, they even said future advances in technology might affect the debate of whether races actually exist.

 

also, in the "related" videos on YouTube, seems like some of the vids are jumping onto the "race realism" term in order to justify the claim about hereditary intelligence being different for different "races." although, just because some people are incorrectly using a concept doesn't mean the concept itself isn't true.

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Grothesk's picture

I've noticed lots of the Youtube videos using the term "race realism" are as unverified and sketchy as the above source video.  It's literally just "some dude" talking about it with no credentials or peer review whatsoever. 

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So it's like the term "cultural appropriation" or "gender fluidity"? (Serious question, because BS needs to be called out on all sides of any argument.)

 

I also took notice of the "scientist" description and saw that his channel was filled with mostly SJW criticism and the like, so in the sense that he is taking a subjective position on all his other work, but this collaboration is portrayed as if he is merely describing scientific findings as a scientist. "...who makes long form, educational/science related videos".

I don't see a lot of educational or science related videos on that guy's channel.

 

I'm not sure what Mouthy Buddha wants to convey with this. Because on one side, he is completely against SJW, forced diversity, the concept of cultural appropriation, identity politics based on race and culture etc.

But this video ultimately defends those positions, because the suggested existence of races makes these pseudo-arguments appear valid. There is only one human race. There are no seperate human races biologically nor scientifically speaking. Race is a descriptive observation based in societal norms and language.

 

This video ultimately becomes an attempt at defending racial terms by loosely elluding to genetics, and playing soothing Bladerunner-esque synth music to videos of different cultures. By ending the video with that little compilation translates into a feel-good sensation of being part of something bigger. But that does no go hand in hand with the pseudo-intellectual explanation that preceeds it. It contradicts it.

 

My questions are:

Is he doing it because of the politically correct left trying to remove any physically descriptive terms of human beings of different cultures from the language, wrongly deemed to be racist?(Is he trying to defend the language?)

 

Is the best defence against these SJW morons to make up more BS-language that another subculture will devour and quote to eachother as if they know the context of what they're saying?

It's going to be used as arguments or even insults and ridicule, just like "current year" or "snowflake".

 

I posted this because I found it interesting. But I'm starting to see past the Kony 2012 production value in this video.

I agree on a lot of Mouthy Buddha's opinions in previous videos, but his description of this "scientist's" youtube channel is misleading, and so is the video.

 

Closest thing to race realism I could find information on is "scientific racism". A pseudo-scientific belief. Pretty much what Leonardo Dicaprio's character tried to convey with that skull in Django.

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skeptoid's picture

It would be fine to let this bake for a while if the end goal was to put all of the poeple who think in exclusionary racial terms on a large island so they can have their war. It could be streamed live - a LOT of money could be made.

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Fullauto223cal's picture

Do genetics play any role in this?
What is your explination?

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skeptoid's picture

My problem with this video is not that it's saying human populations develop unique characteristics based on their environment over time. My problem is that this is an obvious statement, and the narrator himself says "race realism is a statement" while "affirming" that by listing a bunch of restrictions on interpretation and depth of inquiry for the term. This reduces the video, and this race realism thing, to nothing more than a troll directed at folks who say things like "race is 100% a cultural construct". Do those people really need to be trolled at this point?

 

And why not a video about how children across all races have different learning methods/preferences and how great it would be if we developed multiple educational programs to serve their needs? Because what we have now sucks ass. And maybe once such programs are put in place when we look at outcomes we might notice trends across races in terms of higher percentage of preference for certain learning methods that could lead to further refinements (especially for certain homogeneous communities), and all without comprimising the supremacy of the individual. Instead Mouthy Buddha posts a pointless troll video about a "statement".  

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Grothesk's picture

Cherry picking season isn't for eight more months, bro:

 

http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/19185242/mlb-race-gender-report-card-shows-progress-needed

 

Edit:  I'll link a true source...you'll link...uh, an image meme with absolutely no source.

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