Mareek Hardly: how do you reason groupthink?

Marieke Hardy, How do you spell racist?
I have discovered what I consider to be a Very Interesting Fact to share with you: racists can't spell...

Don't start hating on me for having a go at poorly educated people. Of course the individuals I'm referring to in this piece are poorly educated: they're racists. If being racist were a smart thing to do Richard Dawkins would wear a pillowcase on his head on weekends and beat up coloured folk.

What can we learn from all this? We can learn that if you're racist and you want to convince others to join your team, learn to spell, dumbass. You will get more people to your 'let's burn down the Islamic school building and then have a jolly picnic' if you present the neighbourhood with a properly-worded document which remembers to add the letter 'h' to the word school. No need to thank me, I'm here to help.
Thanks Mariche, goodly advise, but I done already did engined search found dossier please found at my own perusal...

Dr. J. Philippe Rushton, Inclusive fitness in human relationships
Similarity, whether actual or perceived, is one of the most important factors in human relationships. It is more surprising to find just how fine-tuned the recognition process can be. The studies reviewed above show that the preference for similarity occurs within ethnic groups and within families...

Functional magnetic resonance imaging studies are beginning to demonstrate the neural correlates associated with viewing kin and facial self-resemblance... The results suggest that the detection of resemblance is occurring below the level of conscious awareness...
Dr Frank Salter, The Misguided Advocates of Open Borders
Unrestricted migration would harm Australia’s national interests in ways documented by scholars in economics, sociology and related disciplines. Much of the harm is predictable from what is known about the dysfunctions of diversity. They include growing inequality in the especially invidious form of ethnic stratification. No one likes to be ruled over by a different ethnic group or to see his own people worse off than others. The result is resentment or contempt, depending on the perspective taken.

Diversity has also been associated with reduced democracy, slowed economic growth, falling social cohesion and foreign aid, as well as rising corruption and risk of civil conflict.[iii]

The loss of social cohesion bears emphasis. Disapproving of birds flocking together is beside the point; it is a biological fact that needs to be taken into account.[iv] Rising diversity within human societies tends to drive people apart, causing them to take sanctuary in individual pursuits and ethnic communities. The practical consequences are reduced public altruism or social capital, evident in falling volunteerism, government welfare for the aged and sick, public health care[v]and a general loss of trust.[vi] Ethnic diversity is second only to lack of democracy in predicting civil war.[vii] Globally it correlates negatively with governmental efficiency and prosperity.[viii]
Professor Robert Putnam: hunkering after diversity
Diversity seems to trigger not in-group/out-group division, but anomie or social isolation. In colloquial language, people living in ethnically diverse settings appear to "hunker down" - that is, to pull in like a turtle ...

Diversity does not produce ‘bad race relations’ or ethnically-defined group hostility, our findings suggest. Rather, inhabitants of diverse communities tend to withdraw from collective life, to distrust their neighbours, regardless of the colour of their skin, to withdraw even from close friends, to expect the worst from their community and its leaders, to volunteer less, give less to charity and work on community projects less often, to register to vote less, to agitate for social reform more, but have less faith that they can actually make a difference, and to huddle unhappily in front of the television.
NPR, Understanding Racial Perceptions
Researchers have found some people automatically produce stress hormones when they see someone of a different race.
ScienceDaily, Racial Tension In A 'Split Second'
Can brief hesitations in conversation (often associated with anxiety) actually cause interracial tension? ... a mere one second delay in conversation was sufficient to raise anxiety inintergroup but not intragroup interactions
Professor Andrew Fraser, The Path to National Suicide
Community Relations Commissioner Stepan Kerkyasharian declares that "Australians... have a responsibility" to help those on the losing side in Third World civil wars to settle here... He assures us that the ethnic and religious conflicts endemic to every other part of the world will be magically dissolved by the state-enforced "commonality of Australianism."

That utopian fantasy is particularly likely to unravel as local African tribal groups grow in size and confidence. Experience practically everywhere in the world tells us that an expanding black population is a sure-fire recipe for increases in crime, violence and a wide range of other social problems.

The fact is that ordinary Australians are being pushed down the path to national suicide by their own political, religious and economic élites. Shutting our eyes to that fact will not make it go away.
Professor Andrew Fraser, Rethinking the White Australia Policy
Within two to three decades, it is not unreasonable to expect that Australia will have a heavily Asian managerial-professional, ruling class that will not hesitate to promote the interests of co-ethnics at the expense of white Australians.
Jared Taylor
Even the giddiest white liberals normally live, socialize, and marry among themselves.
File under: dumbass ideologues who's thoughts and feelings have already been written for them by prevailing groupthink and hence have no need for anything other than pointing, smearing and mocking the other people.

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