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I Blame Charles Murray for This Bell Curve Gap

9th March 2017

Steve Sailer points the finger.

As we all know, IQ gaps don’t exist, but it they did exist, they would be the fault of the book The Bell Curve for noticing them and thus causing Stereotype Threat. For example, Charles Murray’s malignant influence is so all-pervasive it reaches all the way into the slums of Copenhagen where he singlehandedly caused Denmark’s draftees of non-Western background to score about a standard deviation lower than Denmark’s conscripts of Western ancestry.

One Response to “I Blame Charles Murray for This Bell Curve Gap”

  1. Elganned Says:

    Death Panels. It’s the only workable option for bolstering the average IQ.