Category Archives: Diversity

Reflections On Little Rock

This was written by Hannah Arendt in 1957 and published in 1958 (hat tip to Kathy Shaidle). I will excerpt and comment. First, some background from Wikipedia: “The Little Rock Nine was a group of nine African American students enrolled … Continue reading

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“Riz Ahmed Warns Lack of Diversity on TV Will Drive Young to ISIS”

My first thought whenever I feel my identity is underepresented on T.V. is to run away to Syria and declare jihad on the west. pic.twitter.com/scgQO1XBOz — Godfrey Elfwick (@GodfreyElfwick) March 3, 2017 Comment at Steve Sailer: * I believe you’re … Continue reading

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When A Neighbor Moves, Do You Miss Him?

I think it depends on how much he contributed to your life. We tend to miss people who have enhanced our life and we tend to not miss those who did not contribute. If you are on a floor at … Continue reading

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Byron Roth’s The Perils of Diversity

Spencer Quinn writes: Incorporating all of the relevant knowledge about a subject into one volume can be a monumental task. It’s the author’s job to include only what is most important, to summarize appropriately, and to integrate disparate components to … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: Why do the guys defending a fort in Afghanistan find living in a tiny bunker to be a blast, while coming home to America is so discombobulating for them?

Comments: * Because American society now is mostly composed of atomized individuals, backstabbing and a lack of community. Most parents don’t even socialize their kids anymore they let the TV/computer and state do it. Look these guys come home from … Continue reading

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