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The Bi-Racial Women By Dr. William D. Logan - WDLB3 Production
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The pages in this book reveal the evolution of the American pretty whom happen to be of mixed heritage. These pretty women featured in this book will make you ask yourself, "I wonder, what is... More > she?"< Less
Mr. White Man, What Now? By GM Mes
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This work applies GM Mes's theory of racial evolutionary psychology as outlined in his earlier work Now-Men And Tomorrow-Men, to explain the rise and fall of civilizations, and how Western... More > Civilization arose to its world-dominant position though superior technology. However, Mes points out that the era of white overlordship is at an end. “We, the White men, have held the world in thrall for fifteen to twenty generations and we have become so used to it, that we cannot see what the rest of the world already knows for some time, namely, that our days are numbered. It is necessary that we open our eyes and look at what is happening around us.” Mes describes what may happen if the medium-futured Europeans disappear completely—but in the first of two appendices, he outlines, with specific reference to South Africa, what needs to be done to avoid the extinction of Western Civilization. The second appendix contains the full text of Chapter 12 of Nathanial Weyl’s ‘The Negro in American Civilization.”< Less
Mr. White Man, What Now? By GM Mes
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This work applies GM Mes's theory of racial evolutionary psychology as outlined in his earlier work Now-Men And Tomorrow-Men, to explain the rise and fall of civilizations, and how Western... More > Civilization arose to its world-dominant position though superior technology. However, Mes points out that the era of white overlordship is at an end. “We, the White men, have held the world in thrall for fifteen to twenty generations and we have become so used to it, that we cannot see what the rest of the world already knows for some time, namely, that our days are numbered. It is necessary that we open our eyes and look at what is happening around us.” Mes describes what may happen if the medium-futured Europeans disappear completely—but in the first of two appendices, he outlines, with specific reference to South Africa, what needs to be done to avoid the extinction of Western Civilization. The second appendix contains the full text of Chapter 12 of Nathanial Weyl’s ‘The Negro in American Civilization.”< Less
Now-Men And Tomorrow-Men: Why We Are Not Equal? By GM Mes
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Introduction by Professor Raymond Dart, discoverer of Australopithecus africanus. A ground-breaking work of evolutionary racial psychology which argues that the transition to man occurred when his... More > mind became conscious of the future. This occurred not when our primitive ancestor made his first tool or weapon, but when he remembered to keep them to hand, giving him a perpetual advantage over others who did not. From then on, this faculty of a future-sense developed at a different pace among races into three categories: 1. The Asians have a future-sense which reached eternity, making them in their thinking a fatalist, or merely a link in the chain of eternity; 2. The Africans, with a very short future-sense and the happier for it because of their ability to enjoy the present without much concern for the future; and 3. The Europeans, with a short to medium future-sense, the restless go-getter to whom is denied the restful resignation of his fatalistic long-futured or happy short-futured fellow man.< Less
Now-Men And Tomorrow-Men: Why We Are Not Equal? By GM Mes
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Introduction by Professor Raymond Dart, discoverer of Australopithecus africanus. A ground-breaking work of evolutionary racial psychology which argues that the transition to man occurred when his... More > mind became conscious of the future. This occurred not when our primitive ancestor made his first tool or weapon, but when he remembered to keep them to hand, giving him a perpetual advantage over others who did not. From then on, this faculty of a future-sense developed at a different pace among races into three categories: 1. The Asians have a future-sense which reached eternity, making them in their thinking a fatalist, or merely a link in the chain of eternity; 2. The Africans, with a very short future-sense and the happier for it because of their ability to enjoy the present without much concern for the future; and 3. The Europeans, with a short to medium future-sense, the restless go-getter to whom is denied the restful resignation of his fatalistic long-futured or happy short-futured fellow man.< Less
Race By John R. Baker
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Third Edition: Now updated with world DNA map. Written by an Oxford University professor, this book maps out almost every aspect of the biological differences between different races. It describes... More > species and races (subspecies); hybrids; and those theories of evolution that allow the various groups of animals to be graded as more or less primitive or advanced. Drawing on physical and cultural anthropology, palaeontology, prehistoric archaeology, art history, and nineteenth-century accounts of Africans until then secluded from contact with other human groups, this book features sections on Europids; the Jews; the Celts; the Australids; the Sanids (Bushmen); and the Negrids. In the final part, the author reviews in depth the evidence on heredity and cognitive ability and reaches the measured conclusion that in certain races a greater proportion of people are capable of developing high intelligence than in others.< Less
Race By John R. Baker
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Third Edition: Now updated with world DNA map. Written by an Oxford University professor, this book maps out almost every aspect of the biological differences between different races. It describes... More > species and races (subspecies); hybrids; and those theories of evolution that allow the various groups of animals to be graded as more or less primitive or advanced. Drawing on physical and cultural anthropology, palaeontology, prehistoric archaeology, art history, and nineteenth-century accounts of Africans until then secluded from contact with other human groups, this book features sections on Europids; the Jews; the Celts; the Australids; the Sanids (Bushmen); and the Negrids. In the final part, the author reviews in depth the evidence on heredity and cognitive ability and reaches the measured conclusion that in certain races a greater proportion of people are capable of developing high intelligence than in others.< Less
Race (Hardcover) By John R Baker
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THIRD EDITION: Now updated with world DNA map. Written by an Oxford University professor, this book maps out almost every aspect of the biological differences between different races. It describes... More > species and races (subspecies); hybrids; and those theories of evolution that allow the various groups of animals to be graded as more or less primitive or advanced. Drawing on physical and cultural anthropology, palaeontology, prehistoric archaeology, art history, and nineteenth-century accounts of Africans until then secluded from contact with other human groups, this book features sections on Europids; the Jews; the Celts; the Australids; the Sanids (Bushmen); and the Negrids. In the final part, the author reviews in depth the evidence on heredity and cognitive ability and reaches the measured conclusion that in certain races a greater proportion of people are capable of developing high intelligence than in others. The last section discusses who some races had achieved civilisation and others have not.< Less
Race By John R Baker
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THIRD EDITION: Now updated with world DNA map. Written by an Oxford University professor, this book maps out almost every aspect of the biological differences between different races. It describes... More > species and races (subspecies); hybrids; and those theories of evolution that allow the various groups of animals to be graded as more or less primitive or advanced. Drawing on physical and cultural anthropology, palaeontology, prehistoric archaeology, art history, and nineteenth-century accounts of Africans until then secluded from contact with other human groups, this book features sections on Europids; the Jews; the Celts; the Australids; the Sanids (Bushmen); and the Negrids. In the final part, the author reviews in depth the evidence on heredity and cognitive ability and reaches the measured conclusion that in certain races a greater proportion of people are capable of developing high intelligence than in others. The last section discusses who some races had achieved civilisation and others have not.< Less
Darwinism and Race Progress By John Berry Haycraft
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A study in evolution and eugenics from a professor of physiology and discoverer of the anti-coagulant hirudin. Discusses race, Darwin's Law of Selection, the hereditary nature of diseases, insanity,... More > alcoholism, crime and racial degeneration. Includes eugenics, the outbreeding of the “capables” by the “incapables” and the necessity for the best in society to expand their numbers at the expense of the worst. The author was doctor, a research scholar of the British Medical Association and chair of physiology at University College, Cardiff. Content sample: "The Fall of Greek and Roman Political Organisation—Selection is a Fact, not a Theory—Leprosy an Exterminator of the Unhealthy—Germs of Phthisis and Scrofula our Racial Friends—Insanity—Importance of preventing its Transmission—Alcoholism a Sign of Mental Instability—How it is that the Production of Children by Diseased Parents is tolerated—Segregation of the Criminal an Effectual Resort—The Incapables—Segregation ultimately required for their Elimination< Less