there are people who say all cultures are equal. i wish those who say that would suddenly find themselves in the midst of that shown above and his brothers.when you see pictures like that you know you would never stop evolving until you somehow got a good water supply and delivery system for showering.
I get in trouble for saying it but I believe it to be true: by any metric you use to measure intelligence, as a group, blacks always come last. Nor do I believe that they can govern themselves (or anyone else) in a civilized fashion
Have you read The Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray? It isn't what I'd call light reading, but it tends to support what some of us already knew, and are still seeing.Second try at posting this.
empirical proof.pretending it isn't generally true won't make it go away.minds me of a time a friend, teacher in a country school system [all white], was told the school board was going to get to the bottom of the bad math. standings in their county.tests, consulting, foofarraw, later they just hid the results and went on as usual. pretending nothing was wrong.of course, no improvements were made.life went on.so life in africa continues as it has.dover books publishes a series of fairy tales from various lands.the african ones don't make any sense. read them. that is the type of stories the children hear and it is no wonder that logic escapes them.example, south africans murder the farmers.there is no food.africans starve.but cannot figure out why?only God has the resource to defeat evil and to clean up the messes everywhere.as one prof use to say, 'the filthy triumvirate, where you find one you find all three--humans, swine and rats'. he taught parasitic bugs class.sorry, just maundering on.
Yeah, the school board. A bunch of elected officials who have no qualifications other than the winning of a popularity contest. I have every confidence that if the bottom can be found, they're the ones to find it.
if they cannot find it , it may be a case of not finding the forest because the trees are blocking their vision.who says those elections aren't rigged, too?
Sorry Jack - friggin blogger must be acting up. It takes forever to load my responses here too!For the record:"Have you read The Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray? It isn't what I'd call light reading, but it tends to support what some of us already knew, and are still seeing.Second try at posting this. "It's added to my reading list, Jack!
have to keep remembering that Jesus died and rose again for the thing in the picture.apparently the pictured one may be able to receive salvation.perhaps we all look worse than that to God, Who sees us in our sins. have to remember the spiritual appearance of our own selves, not the external appearance which may be deceiving.a whited sepulchre all dead mens' bones and corruption within.
Entirely true, Deb.