April 7, 2018
This is what it feels like to win the intelligence genetic lottery.
It turns out intelligence exists, is super important and is determined by genes, guys. Who would have thought. I guess that means the Alt-Right was wrong, and the Jews were right about everything.
Time to pack our bags and leave the internet.
Oh, wait. I got that backwards. That was actually our position all along. Phew.
I’ll be waiting for the Jews to apologize and give the green light on our eugenics programs. Should happen anytime, now.
I’m sure the Jews will be graceful in their acceptance of defeat.
Ready for a world in which a $50 DNA test can predict your odds of earning a PhD or forecast which toddler gets into a selective preschool?
I was born ready.
Robert Plomin, a behavioral geneticist, says that’s exactly what’s coming.
For decades genetic researchers have sought the hereditary factors behind intelligence, with little luck. But now gene studies have finally gotten big enough—and hence powerful enough—to zero in on genetic differences linked to IQ.
That final stupid argument is now abolished. “But which gene is responsible for IQ tho” was the final holdout of the liberal argument, which they would trot out in desperation after the reality of the inheritance of intelligence was laid down by race realists.
You don’t need to know which genes are responsible for intelligence to demonstrate, scientifically, that Black people are stupid.
However, now we’re finding those genes.
A year ago, no gene had ever been tied to performance on an IQ test. Since then, more than 500 have, thanks to gene studies involving more than 200,000 test takers. Results from an experiment correlating one million people’s DNA with their academic success are due at any time.
The discoveries mean we can now read the DNA of a young child and get a notion of how intelligent he or she will be, says Plomin, an American based at King’s College London, where he leads a long-term study of 13,000 pairs of British twins.
This is pretty exciting stuff. And these types of studies are forcing mainstream publications to publish extremely problematic statements, such as the following wonderful prose:
To psychologists, IQ tests measure something called “g”—the general factor of intelligence. People who are better at math, spatial reasoning, verbal ability, and other skills that tests can measure have higher g.
And that’s not all. The g factor is strongly correlated with income, happiness, health, and life span. More g seems to be a good thing all around. To Plomin it’s the “omnipotent variable” in life.
It’s also highly heritable. Comparisons of twins, both identical and fraternal, separated at birth or raised together, had shown that genetics must account for more than half of intelligence—a huge effect for genes. The rest is due to your schools, your diet, and other environmental factors.
In other words: the Nazis were right about everything.
Obviously, we’ve known, scientifically, that intelligence was highly inheritable for decades. But the establishment has managed to sweep this information under the rug.
With this new genetic information coming out, the cat is permanently out of the bag. How are people going to believe that intelligence is a “social construct” or some shit when they can pay 50$ to get their IQ from a DNA test?
So now they’re switching strategies and bringing out the information slowly, in a soft way, in order to avoid having a large-scale paradigm shift in the population.
Naturally, even this article includes hand clutching over the fact that this will very soon prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that racism is scientifically justified.
Others suggest that genetic models of intelligence will be used to compare races, ethnic groups, or people from different parts of the world. In an editorial about the genetics of race published in the New York Times on March 23, Harvard University biologist David Reich cited the new genetic IQ predictors and cautioned that “all traits influenced by genetics are expected to differ across populations.”
The warning was implicit: differences in IQ could be due to genes, not circumstance, and polygenic scores might prove it.
These people know.
As soon as we’ve found enough genes to give a pretty accurate prediction about a person’s “g factor,” that will be applied to the millions of dna sample data we have for different populations, and will show that these “intelligence genes” are far from evenly distributed across the different ethnicities.
Considering how fast they’ve been making progress, this could be the new reality within a few years, or even months.
It’s going to be very hard to argue against alt-right talking points when the average normie is aware that intelligence is genetically determined, and differs significantly across the races.
The future is looking very bright indeed.