Re: Made in China

From: Emlyn (
Date: Tue Apr 17 2001 - 18:37:42 MDT

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> Al Villalobos, <>, writes:
> > This particular article from the current issue of the journal may shed
> > interesting light in support of Mr. Lorrey's position.
> >
> >
> >
> > Discuss....
> I was particularly struck by the passage where the author scorns the
> notion of racial equality:
> Blacks do less well than whites and Asians in school, perform less
> well on standardized tests, earn less, and are more prone to crime,
> illegitimacy, and welfare dependency, so they must be as intelligent
> and achievement-oriented as whites and Asians.
> I would not want to cast my lot with someone who holds such racist views.
> Hal

I also notice he doesn't mention the next bit of that particular story, that
Asian people outperform white people on those particular (dodgy) metrics,
just as whites outperform blacks. He instead lumps asians and caucasians

Lovely thing about the net, everyone may have his/her say, no matter how
ridiculous that say may be...

Emlyn James O'Regan - Managing Director
Wizards of AU
"Australian IT Wizards - US Technology Leaders
Pure International Teleworking in the Global Economy"

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