But the facts are otherwise. About the only difference there is between the popular conception of racial differences today and that of a few centuries is our acceptance of the "bell curve" principle, which clarifies the phenomenon that yes, there are Thomas Sowell's out there, smarter than 99% of White men. And some White men are spectacularly stupid. The bell curve math fits.
But what we have to fight for is the acceptance of the obvious fact that on the average the races differ in intellectual capacity and temperament. Some people accept these facts and think they can come up with a workaround. Well, maybe they can. They certainly can't come up with a workaround without accepting them.
If you insist that the races are equal, you distort policy. If they're equal, you see, the wide disparities in outcome can only be attributed to one kind of discrimination or another. Whitey's fault, always. If you accept the very real, very consistent disparities in intellectual capacity and temperament, the outcome disparities are predictable and lead to a "Good job, well done" and pat on the back instead of shrill Hillaryesque cries of bigotry.
But that's not likely to happen soon. At
Spencer Quinn takes Jonah Goldberg to task for buying into the racial equality scam:
Open Letter to Jonah Goldberg
Quibcag: Three races represented in the first, from Black Lagoon (ブラック・ラグーン Burakku Ragūn), the second has an anime version of Alice that I found here