Wednesday, June 14, 2006


Interesting post from Steve Sailer (again).

The last thing, however, that non-Jews are allowed to do in the U.S. is to objectively discuss the kind of psychological and sociological patterns that help explain why the quality of Jewish political and social decision-making has, on average, not always been as strong as their IQs, work ethics, argumentative skills, and self-confidence might suggest. The first President Bush understood this, but the second didn't seem to have learned this lesson before the Iraq Attaq.



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