Negress “Scientist” Dr. Danielle N. Lee Says Space Colonization is a Racist Plot

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 19, 2015

Dr. Danielle N. Lee: When action goes affirmative
Dr. Danielle N. Lee: When action goes affirmative

A silly Negress named Dr. Danielle N. Lee, who writes for Scientific American and has cleverly dubbed herself “the Urban Scientist,” has claimed that the plan to visit and eventually colonize Mars is a conspiracy of “white colonialism.”

Dr. Bananas has expressed her fear of the Red Planet turning White on Scientific American (yes, they allow this sort of thing there, apparently – to not engage and support the delusions of Negroes is a form of serious racism), as well as on her personal Twitter page.

In an article entitled“When discussing Humanity’s next move to space, the language we use matters,” the jungle BBW attacks Elon Musk, claiming his Mars plan does not use language which is inclusive enough for women and minorities.  “Diversity, Inclusion, Access and Ethics should be a critical part of these conversations about space science, discovery, exploration, and yes eventual travel and emigration,” she writes. “And when we look around and see a homogenous [sic] group of individuals discussing these issues – issues that command insane budgets, we should pause.”

Makes sense.
Makes sense.

On the face of it, this sounds like raving lunacy.  But it isn’t really.  She is, in fact, employing a type of logic.

This Negress understands on some instinctive level that the affirmative action programs which made her a “scientist” couldn’t possibly be used in a program to colonize Mars as everyone would end up dead.  Thus, the fact that such a program would necessarily include only Whites and Asians, and probably almost all men, means that it must be racist.

And Whites and Asians doing something without involving Blacks, even if Blacks can’t and don’t want to be involved with it, can only be one thing: racism.

Here’s a video of the Urban Scientist from back in 2013 when she was called an “urban whore” for demanding money to cross-post on a science blog.

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