Category Archives: PC

Stereotypes Are Usually Accurate

Comments at Steve Sailer: * I wonder if any of my fellow Unzions harbor nasty and unacceptable stereotypes about particular groups of people? Well, if you do, chances are those stereotypes are accurate. But, please, don’t take my word for … Continue reading

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Are There Fewer Jokes These Days?

A mate of mine in Australia says: “I’ve been enjoying all these old James Bond movies. I enjoy the sexism and racial stereotyping that prevailed in the early Bond movies. It’s a breath of fresh air. There was one set … Continue reading

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Campus PC: It’s the Dumb Students

Robert Weissberg writes: The Social Justice Warriors and thin-skinned “communities of color” among others will continue to throttle lively classroom conversations and any professor who insists that matters have improved, still risks his career. The reason for this dismal prognosis … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: Creators of “Zootopia” Intended It Originally as an Allegory on Stifling Political Correctness

Comments at Steve Sailer: * People are discomfited by the implied blackness of the predators. Even though the thrust is sympathetic to them and mocks the prey’s fear as hysterical, the implication is that it’s unfortunate blacks have to wear … Continue reading

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Thilo Sarrazin’s new book: a case of wishful thinking

Report: The enfant terrible of non-fiction German literature is back. Thilo Sarrazin’s latest book examines the “big mistakes” in current German and EU politics – but his provocative statements no longer surprise anyone. The most recent tome written by divisive … Continue reading

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