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IAMA what many of you would consider a 'racist', though I consider myself as more of a 'race realist'. Ask me anything and I'll be happy to respond. submitted by PorchMonkey to IAMA

evdarr 1 points 21 points (+22|-1) ago

alright, lets try to have a serious discussion about this.

what are some of the key differences between people that you think are due to race? How do you define race for yourself? Do you think it is a specific genetic difference? What do you consider to be a race? Is it primarily skin color or do you make a difference between say slaws and western europeans or chinese and thai?

Is it me, or are Voat users more politically "right" than Reddit users? submitted by smallberries to AskVoat

evdarr 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago

It seems so, but then again a lot of the people on here came to voat because they were not happy with reddit. It just makes sense that a lot of the people who had a problem with the reddit mainstream would be very vocal here.

IAMA what many of you would consider a 'racist', though I consider myself as more of a 'race realist'. Ask me anything and I'll be happy to respond. submitted by PorchMonkey to IAMA

evdarr 2 points 11 points (+13|-2) ago

well, thank you for those studies but you kind of dodged my questions.

You said this was going to be an ama and i am interested in your thoughts not some studies that you link without telling me what personal points of view those support.

So let's try again:

What in your personal opinion - that you pretty much must have if you claim to differentiate by race - defines a race?

I think the other two are very important as well but this needs to be the basis.

And just to be perfectly clear, I am not looking to attack whatever definition you use too try to supersicience and take you down. All definitions I have come across so far have certain flaws. But to have a discussion with you I feel like I frist need to know more about where you stand and try to from there explore what you consider to be a "race realist" and what the reasoning behind it is.

3 lowest rated comments:

IAMA what many of you would consider a 'racist', though I consider myself as more of a 'race realist'. Ask me anything and I'll be happy to respond. submitted by PorchMonkey to IAMA

evdarr 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

I would say the key difference for me aside from the labels like culture and race are that some behavioural patterns and qualities are due to genetic makeup and others are due to influence of interactions with the world that include but are not limited to what I would call "culture".

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evdarr 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I am very suspicious of the source when it keeps writing about "to his credit" and then proceeds to name something where trump aligened with democratic ideas or supported the clintons, it does come of as very very very biased And even if I consider myself to be more on the liberal side, I'd like reports to at least try and stay neutral.

Edit: I think my mistake might have been to think about that article with the attention-grabber headline for a report or something like it. I'm tired and I'll leave my weird and stupid thinking on here in case it might help someone else