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From Deutsche Welle: Didn't Wittgenstein point out that "games" don't have any one thing in common that always determines that they are games? And yet the concept of games remains a useful one. "Designating ‘the Africans' as a supposed threat to Europe
In Slate, a 5,000 world article by a black woman with dyed blonde hair about how anti-whiteness white lady Robin DiAngelo may claim to be anti-white but she is really just a huge Becky: What’s Missing From “White Fragility” By LAUREN MICHELE JACKSON SEPT 04, 20198:00 PM Robin DiAngelo knows how to work a crowd.... Read More
World War H is, of course, the globally escalating conflict over Hair. In brief, the terms of your inevitable surrender in World War Hair are that you must: Worship black women's hair, Listen quietly and appreciatively as black women talk about their hair endlessly, But never, ever ask to touch it. Thus, from the BBC:... Read More
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Steve Sailer is a journalist, movie critic for Taki's Magazine, columnist, and founder of the Human Biodiversity discussion group for top scientists and public intellectuals.

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