Stormreturns is a White Supremacist – Video

08-02-2012 19:14 This is my response to stormreturns and his pseudo science attempting to prove that white people are genetically superior to other races. His evidence is almost nonexistent, consisting of youtube videos (one by david duke) websites about animals(?), the wikipedia page for “forensic pathology” which does not mention race, and a widely criticized book by an academic with NO TRAINING in genetics or anthropology, a man who is listed by the southern poverty law center as one of the 40 radical right leaders to watch. Stormreturns has so far provided no debate or argumentation to support his white supremacy, but still claims to have “won the debate” somehow, because I don’t have time to watch his many videos about me (and actually am not interested in them).

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February 21, 2012   Posted in: Southern Poverty Law Center |

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