Question Diversity

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, November 6, 2011

Jared Taylor weighs the merits of racial diversity.

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Jared Taylor
Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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  • Anonymous

    Congrats on the new web page design…thought i would share this link because it is so relevant to  the two videos posted here,Question Diversity & White Identity..it pertains to a speech  given by former democratic governor Richard Lamn of Colorado who served as governor for 12 years from 1975 to 1987 and delivers well on the perils of multi-culturalism-dated 2005..http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/lamm.asp

  • mikejones91

    I think our nuclear stockpile is our greatest strengths. Italians,Germans,Polish,Irish,Russians,Greeks,Spanish. We have olive skin, tan skin, peach skin, reddish, white. We have PLENTY of diversity, we don’t need YOURS.

  • mikejones91

    You know what a funny argument is to make about prison and racial separation. If you use the prison racial segregation argument with a libtard they will say something like “well those people are deranged criminals”. At which time you reply well I though the majority of blacks in jail are just NORMAL people who have been wrongly accused? BOOM!

  • Guest

    Great video.

    However I think a small amount of diversity is good, I think there is a threshold were it becomes bad. I would say that threshold is very small though.

    Also, this reminds me. When they filmed the old planet of the apes movie they had to keep the makeup costumes on the whole day. When they ate lunch the gorillas, orangutans, and chimps all sat with each other! People are just drawn to whatever they look like themselves.