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The article speaks of a new linguistics study by some one-worlder psychopath academic type who claims human language originated with click-like sounds (Starvin Marvin, anyone?) among the bushmen of southwest africa, then spread gradually northwards and eastwards.
Never once does Wade in this monstrosity of "we're all identical" propaganda even hint at the enormous differences in complexity that exist between the different languages used by different groups.
Like a child throwing a temper tantrum, the disingenuous reality fugitives at the New York Times want their one-world Out of Africa fantasy of humanity to be true so so badly, that they will repeat over and over the tired old argument of "there is more genetic variety between individuals of a same race than between races," or some such nonsense. This article is nothing more than another smokescreen to perpetuate such perhaps well-intentioned but foolish views, which our lying eyes tell us on a daily basis cannot possibly be true.
From the article :
Yes, even though we're all equal in ability, some groups are more equal than others when it comes to evil, i.e. the destruction of the environment and the hoarding of resources. No mention here of course that the population of Africa doubled - to one billion - in the last 30 years, or that rampant poaching on that blessed continent has resulted in the quasi extinction of all the once-great mammals.
From the comments section:
I would not be surprised if the person who posted the above comment looked like the white chick in the photo below, as she gazes with stars in her eyes at a Ugandan politician who ran for president and lost. And yeah, I know his name is "Tim."