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Racism is creeping back into mainstream science – we have to stop it; ‘Scientific’ eugenics is on the rise, and grabbing a foothold in respected journals.
Topic Started: Jan 23 2018, 11:42 PM (277 Views)
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In the fallout from Toby Young’s resignation from the Office for Students this month, it emerged that University College London has been unwittingly hosting an annual conference attended by race scientists and eugenicists for the past few years. This might have come as a shock to many people. But it is only the latest instalment in the rise of “scientific” racism within academia.

You were spared by Thanos.
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Racism is Scientific? :dunno:
"if that **** wins we'll all hang from nooses"
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Jan 24 2018, 09:56 PM
Racism is Scientific? :dunno:
Do you have the A.H.C. channel? :popcorn: Sammy

Biological Science and the Roots of Nazism

The Promotion of racist doctrines in the name of science

Nazi Racial and biological policy grew out of a well-established and generally accepted scientific tradition.

Please stay away from MARS
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