If the Jews Disappeared from the Earth
by David Sims
MOST OF Israel’s population is Ashkenazi Jews, yet the average IQ of Israel is 94 or 95. The Ashkenazi Jews who are tested in the United States often score much higher, around 115. I’m not sure what’s going on with that, and I would very much like to hear a (true) explanation.
Some of my detractors have called me a bigot, but I’m not a bigot at all. I’m a racist. I prefer my own race to all others, in friendship, in business, in marriage. I approve of the fact that Whites are superior to most, if not all, other races in the ways we are indeed superior. I don’t hold illusions about race: I dispel them. I’m not a prejudiced man; I’m a man who knows what the facts really are.
However intelligent the Jews might be — and there is some reason to question that — it wasn’t the Jewish race that introduced the Earth’s peoples to each other. It was the White race. Although Jewish scientists have done significant work in the physical sciences, White scientists and engineers have done more. Whites are great explorers. Jews are mostly just great exploiters, and lazy ones at that, as their principal method is usury.
If the Jews disappeared from Earth, most of the world would sigh in relief at first, and later forget that the Jews ever existed. If we Whites disappeared from Earth, some of the other peoples on Earth would cheer at first, but as time went by they’d wish we were back because we, not Jews, are the ones that kept the civilized world civilized and running on time.
When a sufficient number of genetic markers is used, and the placement in allele-space of a great many individual human beings is plotted on a graph, it will be observed that most of mankind clusters into groupings. Those groupings are the graphical representation of the races.
Not every individual will appear amid such a grouping, however. Some individuals will be found in the interracial voids of the allele-space. It’s very much with individuals and races as it is with stars and galaxies. Although we find the highest density of stars in galaxies, there are some stars between the galaxies also. The existence of extra-galactic stars does not mean that galaxies do not exist, and anyone who argues to the contrary will get funny looks and be lampooned in images showing him speaking with smug “authority” in front of a background that shows a big spiral galaxy, or perhaps the Hubble Deep Field.
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