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  1. aliya
    October 12, 2017

    Still don’t understand the difference between culture and race.

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    • Carl Hoffmann
      March 1, 2018

      Welcome to the confusion. There is only one race and it is human. The scientifically proven racial differences are 0.2%. Wow, amazingly small. How can one person call another a racists with such incredibly tiny real differences? What a stupid thing to call someone. Culture is the environment one is raised in. America now has so many different cultures interacting it is a mess. No one knows how we should act. No one can change their race. Understanding we are all one race living within different culture. Some good, some not so much. The threats to the human race are very different than threats to American culture.

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      • Bengt-Kjell
        June 29, 2018

        Yeah, 0.2% may not sound that much until you realize that the difference between human and chimpanzee is only 1.2%. There are biological differences between groups of people, races if you will. That’s why we see for instance black sprinters dominating in the Olympics or many great Chess players being Ashkenazi Jews which has a IQ of 110–115 on average.

        It doesn’t take a genius to realize that a group of people that has 100 IQ on average will form a different culture, a better culture, than a group of people that has 80 IQ on average. Which is why completely separating ethnicity/race and culture is wrong. The culture comes from the people. It doesn’t magically appear from nothing.

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      • Jonelle
        August 18, 2018

        Race might not be real, or better yet racial differences may not be real. But racism is definitely real. Racism classism, sexism, ageist attitudes, they are all about power. Those in power typically want to stay there, so we subordinates have to be controlled. Putting us in color coded categories makes it easier for those in authority to rule over us. And trick us into liking it.

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      • Pb
        December 7, 2018

        Agree. Pit the poor against the poor whilst the elite carry on ruling and lining their pockets.

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