Genetics and Crime

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 29, 2016

Stefan continues his series of interviews with prominent scientists who believe race exists.

Blacks and Moslems are literally born criminals.

What is Biosocial Criminology – and what can it tell us about the occurrence of criminal behavior? Dr. Kevin M. Beaver joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the field of biosocial criminology, racial differences in racial crime statistics, the contrast with environmental factors, predictors of criminal behavior and challenges of political correctness within science.

Dr. Kevin M. Beaver is a professor at Florida State University’s College of Criminology and Criminal Justice and an expert on biosocial criminology, which explores the biological and environmental factors involved in crime and antisocial behavior.

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