Race Realism

According to television and academia, ‘race is a social construct’ and ‘we are all the same’. According to actual evidence, this is simply not the case. Today it is socially unacceptable to speak about the actual evidence in matters of race and ethnicity; we genuinely live in a ‘post-truth’ world. Children in western countries are so heavily indoctrinated with the ‘race is a social construct’ (and anybody who says otherwise is an evil racist) dogma that few will ever be able to think about these issues calmly and rationally.

Below are several pieces of content JLB has published which deal with topics related to race realism. Each of the three videos is only brief, while the podcast is approxamately two hours in length. A number of sources and references are provided on the relevant page. If you take the time to honestly and objectively scrutinise the information for yourself, you will see that it is not ‘racist’ to speak about the truth – unless the truth is somehow ‘racist’.

George Orwell wrote about ‘doublethink’ and the topic of race realism brings it to the surface more readily than any other. If you want to see for yourself, just ask the regular people you know about these issues. Do not judge them for their histrionic and hysterical reactions. They have been programmed like Pavlovian dogs, as have we all. The conditioning started young.

Only a few of us value truth enough to state that 2 + 2 = 4, even if we know that it may be used against us in a court of law.




The meme below was sent in to me by a visitor of the website. Feel free to make your own memes and if they are up to scratch I will be happy to feature them on this page, too!