Category Archives: Aborigines

Ever See An African With A Hobby?

Greg Cochran writes about David Reich’s new book: The people Reich dumps on are saying perfectly reasonable things. He criticizes Henry Harpending for saying that he’d never seen an African with a hobby. Of course, Henry had actually spent time … Continue reading

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‘Here’s a graduating class of Aboriginal Australian doctors. Each was the recipient of a scholarship.’

They look full-blooded aboriginal to me! (Hat tip) REPORT: UNSW Medicine celebrated a milestone today with the graduation of six Indigenous doctors – the highest number in a single year. The graduations cement UNSW’s place as a leader in Indigenous … Continue reading

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Abo Intellect

A study of Aboriginal Australian languages found that three-quarters of them have no words for numbers above 3 or 4 https://t.co/IL7rBMisYS pic.twitter.com/tS96pgbFEH — New Scientist (@newscientist) September 5, 2017

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The Cringiest Abo Tranny Song Ever!

I recommend this hilarious video by Lovely Porridge, about the infamous tranny+abo musical incident on Aussie TV: https://t.co/oQ3uSSKvyf — Millennial Woes (@MillennialWoes) August 9, 2017

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NYT: ‘Postcard From Australia: Where Some See Souvenirs and Slang, a Race-in-America Reporter Sees Stereotypes’

Black reporter John Eligon goes down under for the New York Times and never mentions basic IQ differences between the races, such as that full-blooded Aborigines have average IQs of 55, 15 points below what is considered mentally retarded, while … Continue reading

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