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Jan 14 2019

James Watson: “And Yet It Moves”

Pastors are not the only ones who get in big trouble for telling the truth during a time of universal deceit. James Watson is possibly the greatest living biologist. Being a great scientist, he can’t help telling the truth, even when it is politically incorrect. For that, he is to become an unperson, stripped of his honors:

Watson, who discovered DNA’s double helix structure alongside Francis Crick and Rosalind Franklin in the 1950s, said that genes cause a difference on IQ tests between blacks and whites, in a recent PBS documentary “American Masters: Decoding Watson.”

Anyone who doubts that what Watson says is true was likely cursed with some very dumb genes. But we are not allowed to say it, because admitting it will bring down the entire ideological house of cards that is political correctness. The thought police can’t have people consciously aware that they succeed or fail on their own merits, rather than due to the contrived concepts of “privilege” and “oppression.”

The leaders of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island said in a statement his comments were “reprehensible, unsupported by science.”

They know that thought criminals are last in line for grant money. That’s why they are stripping Watson of his honorary titles.

Watson has stepped out of line before:

He lost his position as chancellor at the lab in 2007 after he told the Sunday Times he was “inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours, whereas all the testing says not really.”

Stating this indisputable fact brought down a ton of bricks on his head. He actually sold his Nobel Prize as part of a campaign to get back into the good graces of polite society. But despite his attempts at ideological rehabilitation, something inside him keeps bursting out with “And yet it moves.”

On a tip from Lyle.

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