Nobel Prize-Winning DNA Pioneer James Watson Stripped Of Titles For Insisting Race And IQ Are LinkedChris Menahan
Jan. 14, 2019
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Ninety-year-old Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson, who is currently in a nursing home unable to defend himself as a result of a recent debilitating car accident, is being run through the wringer for refusing to renounce his statement that race and genes are linked to IQ.
Ninety-year-old Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson has been stripped of his honorary titles by a leading American research institution, after doubling down on his controversial conclusions linking race and intelligence.You don't even want to know the reaction when they find out he said Africans are better at basketball than the Japanese! (/s)
Incidentally, I tried to watch the PBS show but stopped after a few minutes as it was just a bunch of nobodies endlessly haranguing Watson as a heretic while simultaneously praising him as some sort of schizo genius.
In this short clip from the documentary shared on YouTube, former PBS host and modern-day inquisitor Charlie Rose (who was later #MeTooed) was seen shouting at Watson in reference to race and IQ: "Did you think the thought?"
"Did you think the thought?"
We're living through a new dark age.
With the way things are going, if technology is ever developed wherein thoughts can be read out of people's minds then soon heretics will be tied down and monitored for literal "thought crimes."
Thinking "wrong" thoughts will cost you your livelihood, lower your social credit score and get you on an ADL/SPLC hate list.
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