There is no doubt that many mainstream scientists are fully aware of racial differences in I.Q. and temperament. Most of them, of course, cannot speak out publicly since this would place in jeopardy their careers and even their safety. Being intelligent people, some of these scientists throw out a hint here and there. Apparently they believe that the masses are smart enough to understand such hints and be nudged, ever so slowly, to a more sensible attitude about race than the moronic racial equalitarianism we are fed constantly. They are, of course, wrong. The vast majority of people are far more interested in sports, reality T.V. shows or the love lives of celebrities than such lofty matters.
One such hint I’ve noticed recently is the notion that the human brain has been evolving, at an accelerated rate, for the last ten thousand years or so. This qualifies as a “hint” because, by all accounts, racial distinctions have been around for at least ten thousand years and probably for as long as thirty or forty thousand years.
Here is an excerpt from a reputable scientific journal:
Modern life’s pressures may be hastening human evolution
By Robert S. Boyd, McClatchy Newspapers – Wed Apr 8, 1:49 pm ET
WASHINGTON — We’re not finished yet. Even today, scientists say that human beings are continuing to evolve as our genes respond to rapid changes in the world around us.
In fact, the pressures of modern life may be speeding up the pace of human evolution, some anthropologists think.
Their view contradicts the widespread 20th-century assumption that modern medical practice, antibiotics, better diet and other advances would protect people from the perils and stresses that drive evolutionary change.
Nowadays, the idea that “human evolution is a continuing process is widely accepted among anthropologists,” said Robert Wald Sussman , the editor of the Yearbook of Physical Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis …
It’s also the topic of a new book, “The 10,000 Year Explosion,” by anthropologists Henry Harpending and Gregory Cochran of the University of Utah , Salt Lake City .
“For most of the last century, the received wisdom in the social sciences has been that human evolution stopped a long time ago,” Harpending said. “Clearly, received wisdom is wrong, and human evolution has continued.”
In their book, the Utah anthropologists contend that “human evolution has accelerated in the past 10,000 years, rather than slowing or stopping. . . . The pace has been so rapid that humans have changed significantly in body and mind over recorded history.”…
Another anthropologist, John Hawks of the University of Wisconsin-Madison , said, “Our evolution has recently accelerated by around 100-fold.”
A key reason, Hawks said, is the enormous growth of the world’s population, which multiplies the size of the gene pool available to launch new varieties…
The American Association of Physical Anthropologists
So, if civilization has been a catalyst for evolution – and it is obvious that various human populations experienced widely different levels/types of civilizations, including none at all – then it stands to reason that different human populations (races) have evolved differently over the last ten thousand years. Of course, a cursory glance at a Bantu versus a Swede should tell any sensible person that this is the case but the novelty here is the focus on the brain.
Of course, try to get one of those scientists to openly admit what he was hinting at and you’ll get silence… or worse.