Muhammad Ali Could Say It. You Can’t.

Tara McCarthy gives a brief commentary on her version of gene history. Are we genetically the same or not? I don’t care, but I do care about being able to discuss it openly and freely.
The sound clips from The Parkinson Show illustrate how politically correct and ideologically programmed Michael Parkinson was and perhaps still is. I do not agree nor disagree with Muhammad Ali, but I do consent to his having the freedom to express himself as he does.

Tara and her friends are obsessed with maintaining their racial identity. There is a growing reaction among ‘Caucasian’ types to counter-balance the huge propaganda to embrace diversity. The thing is, I wonder if so much diversity is being introduced to the point where diversity will become a rarity as we become a homogenized populous. Most interesting, these conversations can be shared on Tap Blog, but on the BBC you would be automatically called racist or white supremacist etc.

Are Africans A Different Subspecies? | Tara McCarthy

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2 Responses to “Muhammad Ali Could Say It. You Can’t.”

  1. Tapestry says:

    You read that all of humanity descended from a single female who lived about 250,000 years ago, apparently from the evidence of mitochondrial DNA. I have always felt this to be an unlikely story, unless the changes that have taken place since were genetically engineered from that original human being.

    Asian, African, Caucasian, Aboriginal in various places, US, Canada, Australia and other genetic types like pygmies are so different that it would be impossible for all of these to be evolved in such a short space of time.

    If humans were indeed genetically engineered, which seems highly likely, who were we engineered by and for what purpose?

    The current social engineering through immigration and the genocide of aborigines in Australia and Canada appears calculated to mix up all the various types into a single type over a long period of time.

    The neanderthals were wiped out by something. Eliminating types seems to be part of the human story.

    Are the hands that control us today the same hands that created us in the first place? Did different members of the group that created us share the planet out between them and create their own ideal version of human?

    You get the feeling that someone somewhere knows the answer. There were other types like those with elongated heads, who are no longer amongst us. Information is carefully controlled so that people have no idea. It seems like there is an ongoing agenda, but the farm animals are to be kept in ignorance.

  2. NPP says:

    Indeed, you touch upon interesting questions simply not addressed within my £3.74billion taxpayer funded national broadcasting and information service.

    Instead we get the solid world mind set of Brian Clotz, David Rottenborough, Dickie Dorkins etc.

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