Since disabling the THINKER TO THINKER ™blog of Mikko Ellila (for his advocacy ofracialist public policy), there’s been a very interesting, indepth, detailed debate going on at the PRODOS blog exploring every aspect of racialism and racism.
Everything from immigration to crime statistics, IQ scores, Nationalist movements, scientific studies, and many more areas have been touched on.
The tone has been reasonably polite, if robust at times, from both racialists and anti-racialists.
I invite you to have a look at:
It’s taken up quite a bit of my time, participating in the commenting, and also dealing with private correspondence from some participants, but it’s certainly been worth it!
Racialism and racism are two areas I’ve never examined.
I’m enjoying learning how the racialists and racists (I do differentiate the two, although they have areas in common) put together their arguments.
My interest is not so much for the sake of polemics (i.e. in order to rebutt them) but primarily to get a genuine, clear understanding of their methodology, principles, approach.